Careers-Public Health Interest

Employment Application

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Special Employment Notices (Read Completely)

Cabarrus Public Health Interest is an Equal Opportunity Employer

It is policy of Cabarrus Public Health Interest to select employees on the basis of qualifications and without regard to race, sex, disability, age, religion, political affiliation, or national origin, except where specific age, sex, or physical requirements constitutes a bona fide occupational qualification necessary for job performance.

Cabarrus Public Health Interest Requires Pre-Employment Drug Screening

As part of the pre-employment process required by Cabarrus Public Health Interest, finalist for all positions must submit to a urinalysis drug screening.

A negative result from the drug screening is a condition of employment.

Refusal to supply the necessary samples in a reasonable and timely manner or producing a positively confirmed test result for the presence of illegal drugs will result in your being denied employment with Cabarrus Public Health Interest.

Background Investigation

To ensure a safe and secure working environment for employees and clients, the Cabarrus Public Health Interest will implement a comprehensive background check on all potential employees. All applicable state, federal, and local laws governing employment and background screening will be followed. Screens will include:

  • Social security number validation
  • Address history
  • North Carolina statewide criminal
  • Comprehensive criminal
  • National sex offenders
  • Health Care Provider Search (all licensed, certified personnel)
  • Education verification (highest degree)
  • Employment verification
  • Motor vehicle report (if position requires a valid driver’s license)
  • Ongoing monitoring of all employees for DMV convictions and arrests

The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 Requires Employment Verification

Employment with Cabarrus Public Health Interest will be contingent upon documentation of your identity and eligibility to work for wages in the United States and completion of Immigration and Naturalization Service Form I-9.