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Yes, we provide humane trapping services for stray and nuisance cats and dogs. This is a on a first come first serve basis. There is a waiting list for traps but we strive to get requested traps out as quickly as possible. Once traps are placed on your property, the officer will check, bait and set the trap daily. All traps are closed for the weekend and holidays as well as inclement weather.
When animals are picked up by our officers, an attempt to find the owner is made. They will leave a contact notice on the residence if there is no one home. If an owner can not be found or determined the animal is transported to the Wayne County Animal Services for processing. Here it is given shots upon intake and scanned for a microchip as well as all tags and collars are checked and recorded for any owner information. They are also observed for any injuries of obvious illness. They are then placed in a kennel with fresh food and water.
Call Wayne County Animal Services at (919) 731- 1439 and ask for a call for service. We will send an Officer out as quickly as possible to try to resolve the issue. Please provide the dispatcher with as much information concerning your complaint as possible such as addresses, animal description, number of animals, when you call. This will increase our response time.
Animal Control does not handle or remove wildlife. If you have an issue with nuisance wildlife you should contact the North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commission and they will provide you with resources to help.
If your pet has been picked up by Animal Control, you can redeem them at Wayne County Animal Services. We are located at 1600 Clingman St. Goldsboro, NC 27534. You will be required to pay an impound fee of $25.00 plus $10.00 per day your animal is boarded as well as any associated fines.
You are encouraged to come to Wayne County Animal Services and fill out a lost report and walk through the building to see if your pet is here.
If you have children from birth - 5 years who qualify for the program, your CC4C caseworker will work with you in meeting your family’s needs. We can help you find medical care, transportation, and childcare and/or financial aid resources. Your CC4C understands the importance of strong families and she will be a source of information and support for you.
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The employee change form is for supervisors and managers to properly document to the IT department employee changes such as new hires, terminations and name changes. Please download the Employee change form and make sure that all of the information is correct.
Download the Voicemail instructions and follow them. If you have any trouble and cannot get it set up (or have your supervisor)create a work order in the Track-It system.
Safety Videos are located in the Office of Emergency services section of the website. You may also select this link
Job postings remain on the site until the closing date which is at least five business days from the date of issue for in-house postings and at least seven days for all postings open to the public.
Applications for these positions are only available in the Sheriff's Office, located at:
207 E Chestnut Street
Goldsboro, NC 27530
Call 919-731-1481 for information.
Wayne County cannot accept applications submitted past the official closing date listed on the vacancy announcement.
Unused sick leave earned from another North Carolina Governmental agency and/or entity will be accepted and transferred to Wayne County. A new employee, who is employed in a benefited position and who comes to the county directly (with no break in service from a local or state governmental retirement system) may have his/her sick leave balanced transferred to Wayne County.
Wayne County residency is not required on most jobs. If it is a requirement, it will so state in the advertisement. Non-US citizens must be able to show proof they can work legally in this country and present documents verifying immigration status.
You may attach a resumé, however you must also complete all mandatory sections of the online application, including the work history section of the application, in order for your application to receive consideration.
You must submit a separate application for each position for which you would like to be considered.
To obtain a work permit you may apply online with the North Carolina Department of Labor or go to your local Department of Social Services.
New positions are posted as they become available, usually several times a week. You may wish to check our website weekly.
You will receive a letter mailed to the address used on your application about your referral status once the position has been filled.
All applicants are assessed relative to the qualifications listed on the job posting. Only those applicants who meet the stated qualifications are eligible for consideration. If a pre-employment test is required, you will be contacted for an appointment. Meeting the minimum qualifications of the posting does not automatically mean that you will be referred for the position posted as all applicants are assessed on a competitive basis.
The Human Resources Department is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday.
The Department Head or designee will contact you to arrange an interview.
The Wayne County Employment webpage is updated regularly. If the position for which you submitted your application is not listed, it is no longer available.
A continuous or open until filled closing date means that the vacancy does not have a closing date. Applications will be reviewed as received until the position is filled.
No, State law allows applicants to not disclose any arrest, charge, or conviction that has been expunged.
Please visit www.waynegov.com/mdm for instructions to enroll your device.
Step 1 – Digitally sign the MDM agreement via the link.
Step 2 – Enroll your device into MDM via the link.
Mobile device management (MDM) is a type of security software used by an IT department to monitor, manage and secure employees' mobile devices that are deployed across multiple mobile service providers and across multiple mobile operating systems being used in the organization.
BYOD is the practice of allowing the employees of an organization to use their own tablets, smartphones, or other devices for work purposes.
The short answer is SECURITY! MDM keeps your business data protected and ensures your company retains control over confidential information. If a mobile device is lost or stolen, MDM can remotely lock and wipe all data. Remote locking and wiping capabilities enable companies to keep devices and data secure.
Yes. MDM has the capability to locate lost or stolen devices. MDM is not leveraged for the purpose of tracking or verifying an employee’s physical location.
No. Only employees who have a County owned device or use their BYOD device for work purposes (i.e. email, network resources, etc.) need to enroll in MDM.
No. MDM does not access a devices text messages or call history.
No. MDM cannot monitor your browsing history. Please view “Acceptable Use Policy”.
No. Only Android and iOS devices configured from the manufactures can enroll in MDM.
You must call first to make an appointment 919-731-1005.
We may be able to help you with ownership questions. Documents recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds are indexed by names that apply to the instrument-not by the address of the property or parcel identification number. We are able to use information provided on the Tax Office website to find parcels by using the property address or parcel identification number as well as the owner's name. Tax Office information is available to everyone on the county website or you may wish to contact the Tax Office for further inquiry at 919-731-1461.
Yes. A tax certification form must accompany all deeds presented for recording. The tax form can be downloaded online.
All deeds must have - on the first page - the person or the name of the law firm that prepared the document. The deed should show the address of the Grantors and Grantees '. The deed should include language as to whether or not the property is the Grantor's Primary Residence. The top margin should be 3" and the sides and bottom margin should be at least 1/4". The font size should be no smaller than 9 points. If a document is to be returned by mail, please supply a self-addressed, stamped envelope with the recording
The Fee for Recording Deeds Is:
Deeds Up to 15 Pages - $26
Each Page After 15 is $4
Real Estate Excise Tax is $2.00 per thousand.
NC Medicaid Managed Care helps you get the most out of your Medicaid benefits. Instead of oneMedicaid program there are many health plans to choose from.
All health plans are required to have the same Medicaid services, such as office visits, blood testsand X-rays. Health plans may also offer added services such as programs to help you quit smoking,eat healthier and have a healthy pregnancy. Health plans work with different doctors and healthcare providers. Each plan has its own network of qualified doctors and health care providers. Tokeep your doctor, clinic or other provider, find out which plans they work with. Then choose oneof those plans.
Some people will be in NC Medicaid Direct because it provides services that meet specific needs.For example, it provides the same services currently covered for developmental disability, mentalillness, traumatic brain injury and substance use disorder. To learn more about NC Medicaid Direct,call 1-888-245-0179.
No. Medicaid eligibility rules are not changing. If you have questions about your eligibility,contact your local Department of Social Services (DSS) office. Find contact information atncdhhs.gov/localdss.
Your PCP is your family doctor, clinic or health care provider. Your PCP will help you with yourhealth care needs. They will also coordinate your care with other health providers.
A health plan is a group of doctors, hospitals and other providers. They work together to give youthe health care you need.
It depends. Most people in NC Medicaid must choose a health plan. Some people can choose tostay in NC Medicaid Direct. They will not need to choose a plan.
To find out if you must enroll, go to Who must enroll in NC Medicaid Managed Care? atncmedicaidplans.gov/learn/who-must-enroll-nc-medicaid-managed-care. If you still have questions,call us toll free at 1-833-870-5500 (TTY: 1-833-870-5588). Or use the chat tool to chat with us online.
No. You will not lose any services. Health plans may also offer added services.
1 Choose a primary care provider (PCP)
2 Choose a health plan – compare the plans and choose the best one for you
3 Enroll online, use the NC Medicaid Managed Care mobile app, call us toll free at 1-833-870-5500 (TTY: 1-833-870-5588) or fill out and mail or fax back the enrollment form sent to you
The deadline for all counties to enroll is December 13, 2019.
After you enroll, your health plan will mail you information and new Medicaid card. You will use thisMedicaid card to get health care services.
Health plan coverage for all counties will be available starting February 1, 2020.
Until your start date, get care and services the way you do now.
Yes. In the first 90 days, you can change your health plan for any reason. After that, unless you have aspecial reason, you cannot change your health plan until your Medicaid recertification date. Reasonsare listed on the Health Plan Change Request form. For a copy of the form, go to Member resourcesat ncmedicaidplans.gov/member-resources.
We will send you a letter telling you when you can choose a new health plan without a special reason.To learn more, call us toll free at 1-833-870-5500 (TTY: 1-833-870-5588). Or use the chat tool to chatwith us online.
We are open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Call us at 1-833-870-5500(TTY: 1-833-870-5588). During enrollment, from July 15th, 2019 through September 13th, 2019 andOctober 14th, 2019 through December 13th, 2019, we have extended hours from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.,7 days a week. The call is free. You may need your Medicaid ID number when you call or go to thewebsite. If you do not speak English, our call center is still available to help you with a languageassistance service. You can also use the chat feature on the website to get answers to your questions.
Yes, if your PCP is in the health plan you choose. Here are four different ways you can find out which plans your PCP works with:
• Ask your PCP
• Call us toll free at 1-833-870-5500 (TTY: 1-833-870-5558)
• Go to Find a provider at ncmedicaidplans.gov/enroll/online/choose/find-provider
• Find a list of doctors and other specialists for each health plan on the free mobile app
You can choose your PCP when you enroll in a health plan. To choose the PCP you want after enrolling, call your health plan at the number on your Medicaid card. You can also view contact information for the health plans at ncmedicaidplans.gov/choose/compareplans.
Your health plan works with a provider network. A network is a group of doctors, hospitals andother health care providers who have an agreement with a health plan to give members medical care.Each health plan has a network of doctors for regular visits and specialists when you need certainservices, like physical therapy.
Call your health plan. For contact information, go to ncmedicaidplans.gov/choose/compareplans.You can also ask the doctor to join your health plan’s network.
If you have standing appointments, contact your chosen health plan to ask if they will still be covered.Call your health plan at the number on your Medicaid card. You can also view contact information forthe health plans at ncmedicaidplans.gov/choose/compareplans.