You must use Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print the application. Once you have printed out the application, fill it out and return it to the Employment Security Commission 2275 Kannapolis Hwy, Concord, NC 28025.
Applicants MUST COMPLETE both an Employment Application and (F-3) Form to be considered for the position of Police Officer.
Frequently asked questions:
Q. How do I apply for a job with the city?
A. Applications are accepted at the following locations:
Human Resources Department
City Hall Annex, 66 Union St.
Concord, NC 28026
Employment Security Commission
2275 Kannapolis Hwy
Concord, NC 28025
The City also has JOBSLine, which lists current job vacancies. You can reach this recording at (704) 920-JOBS (5627)
Q. How do I file a claim against the City for damage to my property or for personal injuries where I believe the City to be at fault?
A. Download or call the office of Safety, Health & Risk Mgmt. or go to the office in the City Hall Annex, 66 Union St., and obtain a "Citizen Request to File a Claim" form. Fill it out completely, and return it to the office with supporting documentation (i.e. photos, estimates, etc.)
Download Citizen Request to File a Claim Form
Q. How do I obtain a copy of the City of Concord EEO Plan?
A. A copy of the EEO Plan (EEOP Short Form) is located under the Human Resources Department web page as well as in the Human Resources Department located at the City Hall Annex Building, 66 Union Street in Concord.
Download 2010 EEOP Short Form
Q. What is the EEOP Short Form?
A. The Department of Justice requires communities with law enforcement agencies receiving certain federal funding to complete an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP) Short Form to help recipients comply with regulations. The Office for Civil Rights has developed the EEOP Short Form to help recipients comply with the EEOP regulations. The EEOP Short Form provides key employment data, organized by race, national origin and sex.
The City's workforce demographics are compared to the 2000 Census data for Cabarrus County. Statistical data is cross-classified by race, national origin and sex within eight major job categories for public entities. Objectives and steps are listed to ensure all individuals receive equal opportunity to secure employment.
Q. How do I request a reasonable accommodation?
A. Contact the ADA Coordinator at (704) 920-5111.