TOWN OF NASHVILLE well PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS AND NOTIFICATIONS Any government agency, non-profit, church, or civicorganizations desiring to post public announcements should forward your request to firstname.lastname@example.org, deliver it to Nashville Town Hall located at 499 South Barnes Street, Nashville, NC or mail to PO Drawer 987, Nashville, NorthCarolina 27856. All announcements should be forwarded in a PowerPoint format.
TOWN OF NASHVILLE well EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Anyone interested in employment with the Town of Nashville may obtain and complete an employment application at our website located at www.townofnashvillenc.com, email our Human Resources Department at email@example.com, or visit Town Hall located at 499 South Barnes Street,Nashville, North Carolina 27856. The Town of Nashville is anEqual Opportunity Employer. All candidates for employment are subject to drug and alcohol screenings.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY well Police Chief The Town of Nashville is seeking an individual to fill the position of Police Chief. This position performsadministrative, managerial, and specialized law enforcement work in planning, organizing, and directing the activities of the Police Department.
Essential Duties and Tasks: wellPerforms all administrative functions to include strategicallyplanning departmental goals and objectives for a long/shortterm period; projects and develops budgetary needs for the department and provides and recommendations tomanagement; monitors monthly budget and supervises and monitors grants. Establishes and communicates standards of performance and philosophy of law enforcement of the department; develops joint vision and clear direction with staff; develops staff capacities creates a high performance work team, provides leadership, motivation, conflict resolution, and performance coaching and evaluation
Oversees recruitment, selection, career development, and well training of personnel for the department; advises directs,and consults with subordinate officers on matters training, work assignments, scheduling, and discipline; developsteamwork and staff leadership skills. Establishes credibility and trust with the community through various community education and outreach programs; receives and acts upon inquires or complaints from the public concerning police activities and services. Supervises internal personal investigating; establishes policies, procedures, and operations; sets priorities; and evaluates the department and its personnel. Works with the public and staff on
Other law enforcement agencies in crime well preventing, detecting, and investigative activities. Represents the Police Department and the Town in presentation to civic and volunteer organizations; and , makes press releases and conducts media briefings. Desirable Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a degree in criminal justices or publicadministration, supplemented by advanced courses in policeadministration and considerable supervisory experience of a
or a equavalent combination of education and experience. well Special Requirements: Possession of a valid North Carolina drivers License and completion of the minimum requirements established bythe North Carolina Justice Training and Standards Council for certified law enforcement officers. Fringe Benefits Include Paid Medical/Dental/Life & Vision Insurance Programs. Enrollment in the state & 401(k) Retirement Systems.
Special Requirements: Negotiable depending upon well experience and education. Position will remain open until filled.Send Employment Application , Cover Letter, Resume, and Salary History to: Cynthia Richardson Human Resources Department Nashville Town Hall PO Drawer 987 499 S. Barnes Street
Send Cover Letter, Resume, and Salary History to: well Cynthia Richardson Human Resources Department Town of Nashville PO Drawer 987 499 S. Barnes Street Nashville, NC 27856 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Selected applicants will be subject to substance abusescreening. The Town of Nashville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications can be obtain from Town Hall or at well www.townofnashville.com Selected applications will be suject to substance abuse screening. For more information contact email@example.com Selected applicants will be subject to substance abusescreening. The Town of Nashville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
wellTown of Nashville Fire Department And Nash County Emergency Services Public CPR Education Initiative
The Town of Nashville Fire Department announces theinitiation of Operation HeartBeat, a chest compression-only Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) publiceducation program. The community-wide initiative isdesigned to improve hospital cardiac arrest survivalrates. The goal of this initiative is to reduce thebarriers preventing members of the public from beingtrained in CPR and acting to revive a person sufferingfrom sudden cardiac arrest. Operation Heartbeatprovides compressions-only CPR training for membersof the public through businesses, civic and communitygroups, churches, and individual sign-up. Nashville FireDepartment is the pilot agency of the programdesigned and coordinated by Nash County EmergencyMedical Services (EMS).
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the single greatestcause of death in the United States. Based on records,more than 550,000 adult Americans die ofcardiovascular disease every year. About 330,000 ofthese deaths result from sudden cardiac arrest.Cardiac arrest usually strikes without warning. When ithits, no matter how young or old, the victim losesconsciousness and stops breathing. Most of theseoccur in the home, in the office and many other places.Nearly all of these cases result to death. But it doesnot have to be that way. According towww.americanheart.org, death from sudden cardiacarrest is not inevitable. When an adult suddenlycollapses, immediate chest compressions can make thebiggest difference in surviving a cardiac arrest. If morepeople know CPR more lives could be saved.
Effective bystander CPR provided immediately aftercardiac arrest can double a victim’s chance of survival.Nearly anyone can do this and emergency respondersneeded the community’s help in initiating care forcardiac arrest patient. Everyone in Nash County isinvited to join Operation HeartBeat and take 20minutes to learn compression-only CPR and helpdramatically increase cardiac arrest survival in ourcommunity.Statistics show cardiac arrest victims in Nash Countyreceive bystander CPR in only 15% of the cases. But,we are optimistic that with Operation HeartBeat thecitizens of Nashville and Nash County will activelyparticipate in the compression-only CPR trainingprogram because of the life-saving benefit thisprovides for their family and friends.
Since cardiac arrest may occur anytime and atany place, it is beneficial that our citizens havethe opportunity of learning CPR skills. TheNashville Fire Department will be providing freecompression-only CPR educational sessions. Thesessions will be scheduled for 20-30 minutes.This time frame removes the barrier of investingmultiple hours to attend a tradition certificationcourse and minimizes personnel and staffingissues at a businesses and fits easily into ameeting agenda or other events. Please contactthe Town of Nashville Fire Department at 252459 3017 to schedule your group for this life-saving training. You may also sign-upindividually.
Again, sudden cardiac arrest usually strikes people ofall ages without a warning. Thousands, even millions,of Americans have died from cardiovascular diseaseand sudden cardiac arrest. This is primarily becauseonly few are trained and know the importance of CPR.The Town of Nashville Fire Department has set a goalof training 5% of the town’s population and increasingthe survival rat of cardiac arrest by 5%. With thesupport of the community, we will be able to surpassthis goal and save many lives. Please call today toschedule your compression-only CPR training.Together, we’ll make Nashville and Nash County notjust a great place to live, but also a great place tosurvive cardiac arrest. The point of contact for furtherinformation is Nashville Fire Chief Randy Goodbord.
Sign-up by calling the Town of Nashville Fire Department at 252 459-3017.
FOOTBALL• Football Registration Last Two Weeks of July• Rookie Team Ages 7 – 8 JV Team Ages 9 – 10 Varsity Team Ages 11 – 12- 13• Practice Schedule Monday/Tuesday/Thursday Games on Saturday July/August/September/October/November• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00 The Nashville Hornets Football Teams are chartered with the Eastern North Carolina Football League
CHEERLEADING• Cheerleading Registration Last Two Weeks of July• Rookie Team Ages 7 – 8 JV Team Ages 9 – 10 Varsity Team Ages 11 – 12 – 13• Practice Schedule Monday/Tuesday/Thursday Games on Saturday July/August/September/October/No vember• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00
MEN’S SUMMER SOFTBALL• Men’s Summer Softball Organizational Meeting in May• Adult League Ages 18 and older Games• Monday nights 6:00/7:00/8:00 Wednesday nights 6:00/7:00/8:00 July/August/September• Registration Fees $365.00 per team.
• Baseball Registration BASEBALL First Two Weeks in February• T-Ball Ages 5 – 6 Tuesday/Thursday nights Rookie League Ages 7 – 8 Monday/Wednesday nights Minor League Ages 9 – 10 Monday/Wednesday nights Major League Ages 11 – 12 Tuesday/Thursday nights• Baseball season: March/April/May/June All Stars Tournament in July Major/Minor League Programs are chartered with Babe Ruth Baseball Inc.• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00
GIRLS’ SOFTBALL• Girls Softball Registration First Two Weeks of February• Youth League Ages 7 – 8 – 9 Tuesday/Thursday nights Prep League Ages 10 – 11- 12 Monday/Wednesday nights March/April/May/June• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00
SOCCER• Soccer Registration Last Two Weeks of August• Rookie League Ages 4 – 5 – 6 Tuesday/Thursday nights Youth League Ages 7 – 8 – 9 Tuesday/Thursday nights Prep League Ages 10 – 11 – 12 Tuesday/Thursday nights September/October• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00
BASKETBALL• Basketball Registration First Two Weeks of November• Rookie League Ages 7 – 8 – 9 Youth League Ages 10 – 11 – 12 Prep League Ages 13 – 14 – 15 Monday/Wednesday nights 6:00 p.m./7:00 p.m./8:00 p.m.• Registration Fees Nashville Town Residents $15.00 Non- Nashville Town Residents $30.00
TRAVEL TEAMS• The Nashville Parks & Recreation Department is interested in exploring potential partnerships between groups that want to utilize J.W. Glover Memorial Park as their home field for travel teams. Please contact the staff if interested to further explore the feasibility.
Presently Inactive Recreation Leagues• Men’s Fall Softball• Fall Baseball• While presently inactive, it is the goal of the Nashville Parks & Recreation Department to see these recreation leagues become active again. Please contact us if you desire to work with us to create enough participation to reactive these leagues.
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