NORRISTOWN, PA – The Montgomery County Commissioners in partnership with the Human Resources Department have announced a sign-on bonus for eligible roles at the County. This bonus is being offered to help recruit for critical roles with high vacancy rates and to assist the County in competing for talent in today’s competitive job market. Current roles eligible for a sign-on bonus include:
The amount of the one-time sign-on bonus will equal 10% of the annual salary amount (before taxes) and will be paid out once the employee completes their 90-day introductory period of employment with the County. Other conditions apply, new hires should refer to the sign-on bonus policy for full details. The sign-on bonus is effective for new hires approved June 2, 2022 and will continue until further notice. A full list of eligible positions can be viewed at www.montcopa.org/bonus.
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply online by visiting www.montcopa.org/jobs. Jobs eligible for the sign-on bonus will be indicated by text in the job posting.
Montgomery County, PA takes pride in offering an affordable, quality benefits package that helps to protect and support our employees and their families. This includes:
- Competitive salary
- Comprehensive healthcare coverage
- Pension & retirement savings
- Employee tuition and higher education benefits
- Generous annual leave & vacation
- Paid parental leave
- Health & wellness support
- Public service loan forgiveness
- Remote work available for certain positions
To learn more about the benefits of working at Montgomery County, PA visit www.montcopa.org/benefits.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are core values to the County of Montgomery. We continue to build an organization that values, supports, and embraces diversity while simultaneously creating a more inclusive and equitable workplace. We will also continue to leverage and build upon the resources, talents, strengths, and opportunities available in our community. The County is also committed to aligning our culture and business practices to be a vibrant example of equity, inclusion, and belonging for all.
To meet this goal, the County is committed to: (1) maintaining an inclusive, productive, supportive, open, innovative, and equitable workplace where every individual is valued for their unique characteristics; (2) fostering respect, understanding and acceptance of differences; and (3) enabling employees to reach their full potential, thus, enhancing and nurturing the relationships among staff and optimizing the quality of services to our residents and the public.
The County expects and requires employees to treat others with dignity, respect, and professionalism at all times. Staff are to exhibit conduct that reflects inclusion during work activities, at work-related functions, whether on or off County property, at all County-sponsored events, and through all processes and services the County provides.
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