SYSTEM MAINTENANCE NOTE: The employment links on the left hand side of the page will be unavailable due to system maintenance on Monday, February 15, 2016, from approximately 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. We apologize for the inconvenience.
David K. Gorwitz
, Director of Human Resources, is responsible for all human resource programs including recruitment, selection, classification, compensation, employee relations, employee benefits, employee development and training, compliance, equal employment opportunity, organizational development, unemployment insurance, information systems, and employee safety.
Mr. Gorwitz received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology from the University of Richmond and a Master of Science Degree in Human Resource Management from Troy State University. Additionally, Mr. Gorwitz holds two certifications: Senior Professional in Human Resources and Society for Human Resource Management – Senior Certified Professional.
Call me at 757-890-3687 or
The Human Resources Department is responsible for the maintenance of the pay and classification plan; the development of personnel policies and procedures, employee relations, and the administration of employee benefits such as hospitalization, retirement, life insurance, and unemployment. The department is also responsible for the County’s training program, the drug and alcohol testing program, and assisting with matters concerning employee safety. One of our primary responsibilities is employment and recruitment.
To apply for a job, please refer to the links on the left hand side of this page when following the steps below. All opportunities require an on line application.
If you are experiencing problems with the website or the application process, please call our office immediately for assistance. If your problem occurs after normal business hours, please call the next business day.
STEP 1 - GETTING STARTED
Before you start, you will need: A computer with Internet access. Human Resources has one computer available for use in completing the online application. Public computers are also available at the York County Libraries.
A valid e-mail address. An email address is required in order to establish your account. If you do not have an email account, free email is available through providers such as Yahoo, Gmail, or Hotmail.
You may also wish to review the information and documents listed below. Some documents may require the Adobe Reader. If you do not have the Adobe Reader,download a free copy.
STEP 2 - CREATE YOUR ACCOUNT
To access the online application, you must first create a user account with a username, password, and e-mail address. To do this, you may click on the 'user account' link in this step or the 'Online Job Application' link on the left hand side of this page.
STEP 3 - COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION
Once you have created your account, you will then be taken to the "Create Application" page. Be prepared to spend 30 minutes or more completing the application, but you may save and return to it later. Be sure to include all education and work experience, and answer all questions at the end of the application. At the bottom of the application, you may also upload attachments such as a cover letter and resume. For help creating your application, please refer to Page 3 of the Online Application Guide.
STEP 4 - APPLY FOR A CURRENT POSITION
Once you have completed your application, log out and return to the Human Resources webpage. Click the 'Online Employment Opportunities' link on the left hand side of the page. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on a position title. When the page opens, go to the top right, and click the 'Apply' link. This will prompt you to login to your account and tie your application to the job at that time.
Review your application carefully and answer all questions before certifying and submitting your application. The application is the primary tool used to evaluate your job qualifications and incomplete applications may be rejected.