Job Opportunities

If you are applying for a job listed below, please print and complete a Town of Enfield Job Application. You may mail the application to Town of Enfield, P.O. Box 699, Enfield, NC 27823, fax to (252) 445-1019 or e-mail to  You need to have Acrobat Reader installed to open and print forms.

Police Corporal

Police Corporal : requires High School Diploma, valid NC Driver's License; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate and completed the requirements established by the NC Justice Training and Standards for Certified Law Enforcement. Essential Duties and Tasks: conducts initial and follow-up investigations of criminal incidents; interviews persons in connection with criminal incidents including victims, witnesses, and suspects; secures crime scenes, collects, establishes chain of custody, and preserves physical evidence; processes evidence through on-site identification technology and use of state and local laboratories. Prepares and reviews written reports of investigative activities; arrests offenders; testifies in court regarding investigative activities. Establishes effective contacts with the public, informants, coworkers, district attorney staff, and other law enforcement departments to gain information related to criminal activities, conducts surveillance develops leads and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies to investigate, locate, apprehend, and arrest offenders. Participates in special narcotics investigations, surveillance, and related programs and activities. Coordinates Crime Stopper or other related programs and a minimum of five years' experience in Law enforcement.

The Town of Enfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application may be obtained from the Enfield Police Department, Town Office or from our website at The application maybe mailed to P. O. Box 699, Enfield, NC 27823, Attention Mrs. Thorpe. Application will be accepted until October 4, 2017 or until the position is filled.

Performs a variety of work in the construction, maintenance and repair of electrical power distribution systems; Position requires graduation from high school supplemented by training in electrical principles and experience related to electrical distribution system work or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Position also requires a valid Class B Commercial NC Driver's License.

Electric Service Supervisor

The qualifications requires High School diploma, valid NC Commercial Driver's License; supplemented with technical course related to electricity; considerable experience as an electric line worker first class; possession of a Power Line Technician First Class Certificate; supervisory experience. Must have considerable knowledge of the safety requirements and possible hazards involved in power line work. Supervise and participates in a variety of skilled and technical tasks associated with the electric distribution facilities and lines. Work requires frequent on-call and call-back responsibilities; budget preparation, load management and coordination with other electric companies and the general public. Leads the work activities of electric line workers performing installation, maintenance, and repair tasks of the electric distribution system; investigates work sites and pre-plans work processes. Provide on the job training to line workers who function at various levels. Must have thorough knowledge of the standard techniques and practices used in underground and overhead power line construction and maintenance work. Must be able to perform the basic life operational functions of climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crawling, reaching, lifting, hearing and repetitive motions.

Ability to pass alcohol and drug test. Application may be addressed to Patricia Whitaker,, Town of Enfield, and P.O. Box 699, Enfield, NC 27823. Applications may be obtained from the town office or from our website The Town of Enfield is an equal opportunity employer. Application will be accepted until April 28th and considered until position is filled.

Full time and Part time Police Officers

The required qualifications are: High School diploma, valid NC Driver's License, possession of Basic Law Enforcement Certificate and completing the requirements established by the NC Justice Training and Standards for Certified Law Enforcement Officers.