Human Resources Department
The primary responsibility of the Department of Human Resources is to insure that the Town is appropriately organized and staffed to fulfill its mission by recruiting, developing, motivating, retaining and organizing the most qualified persons. The Human Resources Department engages in a number of specialized activities to accomplish this. These responsiblities include recruiting and hiring, training, salary and benefits administration, performance management, employee relations and employee communications. The Human Resources Director also serves as the Town's labor relations representative with its three unions and in an advisory capacity to other organizations such as the Housing Authority, the Library and the Senior Center on matters pertaining to human resources management.
Human Resources Department, Room 202
Town Hall , 2 Renshaw Road
Open Monday - Friday, 8:30am - 4:30pm, closed Holidays
- Nancy M. Markey
Director, Human Resources
Internal Job Application
TEMPORARY LABORER IN PUBLIC WORKS
AND PERMANENT PART TIME BUILDING ATTENDANT(S) FOR NEW MATHER COMMUNITY CENTER (See proposed job description below)
PROPOSED JOBS FOR DARIEN'S NEW MATHER COMMUNITY CENTER
The new Darien Mather Community Center is scheduled to open at Town Hall in the Spring of 2014
The Town will be hiring several part-time Building Attendants for late afternoon and evening hours during the week and a Saturday day shift.
If you are interested in working part-time either during workday evenings or Saturday during the day, please submit an application or
resume to NMarkey@darienct.gov.
Title: DRAFT JOB DESCRIPTION FOR
MATHER COMMUNITY CENTER BUILDING ATTENDANT
Job Summary: Perform - maintenance work to set up classrooms, daily cleaning of kitchen and cafeteria , clean, repair and regulate access ways and environmental systems of the senior center building including air handlers, boilers, kitchen grease traps, adjacent walks, stairs, etc. Respond to clean up of accidents and/or emergencies from public use of facilities.
Supervision Received: Works under the supervision of the - Senior Center Coordinator and/or in accordance with established operating and maintenance procedures.
Supervision Exercised: None.
Equipment Operated: Monitors and regulates heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment -; sets up meeting rooms and audio/amplification equipment, loads dishwasher, operates general kitchen cleaning equipment, utilize ladders and general custodial tools including but not limited to: hand trucks, shovels, mop buckets, brooms, vacuums, etc.
Vehicles Operated: N/A
Examples of Essential Duties:
- Perform daily clean up from meals served in the kitchen/cafeteria. Includes but not limited to cleaning grease traps, table clearing, clear dishes, load dishwasher, put away utensils, hand wash as needed.
- Monitor performance of daily cleaning service. Report to Coordinator.
- Performs cleaning as needed in emergencies of offices, toilet rooms, stairs, hallways, work rooms, lunchrooms, storerooms and meeting rooms of the building.
- Sets up and arranges furniture and equipment for programs and meetings.
- Monitors daily - heating plant, air conditioning and ventilation systems and notifies designated parties for troubleshooting. Check oil levels, circulators, etc.
- Makes simple adjustments and repairs to mechanical and electrical equipment and machinery.
- Remove, clean, repair, replace air handler filters for all air conditioners, purifiers, furnace, etc.
- Paints various surfaces, as required; makes minor repairs to , flooring, windows, furniture and other building features.
- Locks and unlocks building.
- Inspects for building, entrances, walkways, and meeting rooms for hazards.
- Raises and lowers flags and sees to their safekeeping.
- Brings in mail, receives freight shipments and distributes to appropriate location.
- Does security checks of building to which assigned.
- Provides custodial presence and controls access when the building to which assigned is in special use during hours in which it is closed for general business as needed.
- Does related work as required.
Minimum Qualifications Required: Ability to read English at a grade 8 level. Some knowledge of the methods, practices, materials and tools necessary in the accomplishment of maintenance operations; ability to maintain effective working relationships with other Town employees. Courteous to the public. Ability to learn the requirements of the job within four (4) weeks of hire.
Ability to lift forty (40) pounds and carry it for a distance of twenty-five (25) feet and place it on the ground . Considerable physical effort required in walking, bending, standing, lifting, climbing and carrying in the performance of duties.
The Town of Darien employs approximately 150 full-time paid employees, including six elected officials. In addition to paid employees, the Town has numerous volunteer Firefighters and EMS personnel. Many of the employee rights and benefits are contained in the Town's Employee Guide and collective bargaining agreement(s).
The Darien Town Hall Union represents most of the Town's clerical and technical employees.
» Town Hall Employees Union Contract
The Darien Public Works Union represents most of the employees in the Highway, Sewer, and Parking Divisions of the Public Works Department as well as the park maintainers in the Park and Recreation Department.
» Public Works Union Contract
The Darien Police Association represents patrol officers, sergeants and lieutenants employed at the Police Department.
Darien Police Association Contract
The 2012 Employee Guide contains the rights and benefits for employees who do not belong to a union.
2012 Employee Guide
|Where the Employee Guide and a collective bargaining agreement conflict, the collective bargaining agreement prevails.
All of the Town Policies are contained the 2012 Employee Guide.
Click Here to see Information on Connecticut's New Sick Leave Law--It will only affect Town Employees who are Non-Union and Part-time, seasonal or temporary because all other Town employees currently receive a more generous sick leave benefit.
Section 125 Enrollment Material 2013
125 Plan Highlights for 2013
Worksheet and OTC form 2013
125 HCR DCR Enrollment
Benny Card How to Use 2013
Benny Card Receipt Submittal Form 2013
DCR Auto Affidavit 2013
ABS REIMBURSEMENT FORM FOR 125 (Transit, health, dependent and parking expenditures)
Delta Dental Information for Employees
Dental Enrollment/Change Form
Delta Claim Form
Delta Coverage Summary Sheet
Student Confirmation Form
CONNECTICARE Information for Employees
ENROLLMENT FORM AND PROVIDER NETWORK INFORMATION
Link to Connecticare website:
HEALTH SAVING ACCOUNT CONTRIBUTION CHANGE FORM
Connecticare Out of Network Claim Reimbursement Form
****Please Note: Anthem BCBS will no longer be the Town insurance carrier 7/1/12*****
Life Insurance Information for Employees
CIGNA BENEFICIARY FORM
Link to Carrier
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