JOIN THE CITY OF HATTIESBURG TEAM
We’re looking for talented and motivated individuals to join our growing team of City employees. The City of Hattiesburg’s Human Resources Department provides support to the mayor of the City of Hattiesburg in the management and governing of the City’s human resources. This information is intended to provide individuals interested in public service careers with the City an opportunity to be made aware of jobs that become available and general information about those jobs. All employees through the City of Hattiesburg have access to a variety of benefits. Click here for details regarding transparency in coverage,
APPLY IN PERSON
Apply in person at the Human Resources Department, 3rd floor City Hall, 200 Forrest Street, downtown Hattiesburg, directly across from the Saenger Theater. All available jobs are posted for review
APPLY FOR MORE THAN ONE JOB
You may apply for more than one position even if the job is in different departments. To do so click on the “Add” button under the position on the application. Your application will go to all of the departments you applied for.
TRANSPARENCY IN COVERAGE
As the initial enforcement date of July 1, 2022 approaches for posting the machine-readable files (MRF) under the Transparency in Coverage Rule, UMR and HealthSCOPE Benefits are providing an overview of requirements for health insurers and group health plans, including self-funded clients.
Through UnitedHealthcare, we are committed to supporting the Transparency in Coverage Rule by making MRFs available for our self-funded customers beginning July 1, 2022. Self-funded plans are required to make the MRFs publicly accessible. This requires providing a link to MRFs prepared by the insurer/TPA. To meet this requirement, MRFs will be posted monthly on transparency-in-coverage.uhc.com. This location is publicly available and accessible to all, and no authentication is required. Beginning July 1 and monthly thereafter, the MRFs will appear on this site. While these files are accessible to all, the file itself is large, written in JSON, which is a machine-readable language, and not easily interpreted or searchable.