City of Byram Human Resource Department
P.O. Box 720222
Byram, MS 39272
PHONE: (601) 372-7746 Ext. 103
FAX: (601) 373-1961
SHIRLEY HENDERSON, HR OFFICER
The City of Byram is an equal opportunity employer. The Human Resource Department takes a leadership role and provides service in support of the City of Byram by promoting the concept that our employees are our most valuable resource and will be treated as such. Establishing, administering, and effectively communicating sound policies, rules and practices that treat employees with dignity and equality while maintaining employment and labor laws is what we strive to do.
The city is promoting and recruiting the best-qualified people and we recognize and encourage the value of diversity in the work place. We provide competitive salaries and offer a complete benefit package. The City is always glad to accept applications.
Download the GENERAL APPLICATION for all positions except Police Department
JOB LISTINGS for CITY OF BYRAM
Police Department: CLICK HERE to see a list of Police Department employment opportunities and to obtain an application.
The City of Byram Fire Department:
- Firefighter, experience or no experience (No dual department) – at least 18 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent, valid driver’s license
- Paramedics – current certification required, fire fighter certification preferred but not required. We will send you to the fire academy.
- You may pick up applications at: Central Fire Station, 200 Byram Parkway, Monday, July 22 – Friday, August 2 Weekdays only 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
All applications must be completed and returned to the fire station by 5:00 p.m. Friday, August 9.
The range of benefits available to regular City employees include:
• Health Insurance, Dental, Vision– Employee coverage is 100% paid by the City of Byram.
• Retirement– 9% employee contribution, 15.75 % city contribution. Vested after 8 years of service, retirement after 30 years of service with no penalties.
• Life Insurance– Employee life insurance coverage (at no cost to employee) is twice the salary to all full time employees. Part-time employees may be eligible for a pro-rated coverage program.
• Holidays: 10 official holidays and other holidays that may be declared by the Governor throughout the year.
• Vacation Leave– Employees begin to accrue vacation leave after the sixth month of continuous service, beginning with 3.08 hours per pay period for the first five years. Vacation leave will increase by one day per year not to exceed four weeks of vacation per year.
• Sick Leave – All full-time employees will be entitled to 3.69 hours per pay period of sick leave. Sick leave may be accrued without limit.
OFFICIAL CITY HOLIDAYS
January 1 – New Year’s Day
January 21 – MLK/Robert E. Lee
February 18 – Presidents’ Day
April 19 – Good Friday
May 27 – Memorial Day
July 4 – Independence Day
September 2 – Labor Day
November 11 – Veterans Day
November 28 – Thanksgiving
December 25 – Christmas