By joining County of Blair, you help ensure the continued progress and strength at County of Blair. All individual roles at County are an important part of our collective ability to serve our fellow residents through each person’s abilities, skills, pride, and commitment to a job well done.
Upon arrival, you will participate in a formal orientation process within your department and the Human Resources Department.
Who Do I Call in Human Resources For What?
|Americans with Disabilties Act (ADA) requests for accommodation|
Benefits and benefits enrollment
Benefits billing questions or problems
Leaves of absence (ADA, FMLA, military)
|Brian G. Walters|
(814) 693-2537 or ext. 1468
|Back-up to payroll administrator|
Employee ID badges and parking passes
Post-offer, pre-employment steps
Workers' compensation and risk control
Payroll set-up, time entry, questions, problem-solving
Sandra M. Holencik
Kyle J. Brashear
Recruiting and hiring
Legal compliance and risk management
Policies and procedures
Compensation and equity
Salary Board how-to, submissions
Senior-level advice on personnel matters
|Katherine Swigart, SPHR, SHRM-SCP|
Human Resources Director
(814) 693-3204 or ext. 1470
Human Resources Manager
(814) 693-2532 or ext. 1471
BLAIR COUNTY COURTHOUSE
423 Allegheny Street, Suite 36
Hollidaysburg, PA 16648
Fax (814) 695-2838
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Information to assist you in preparation for your first day:
- Directions to Human Resources Department
- Dress Guidelines
- Municipal Road Maps
- Parking Guidelines
- Public Transportation
COUNTY OF BLAIR PARKING GARAGE
Employer-provided, free parking is accessed on the 400 block of Mulberry Street. Pull up to the right-hand lane to enter. Park in any lined space that is not marked reserved or with a number. Please do not make a space where one does not already exist. Hang the parking tag from your rear-view mirror, or you risk a fine or being towed. (Replacement tags are available from Human Resources.)
METERED STREET PARKING
Hollidaysburg Borough has parking meters on most of the streets that immediately surround the Courthouse and monitors them faithfully between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Read the instructions on each meter to avoid a ticket. Note that a two-hour limit, for example, may not mean that you can feed the meter after two hours and keep the space. Tires could be chalked, so you may have to move your vehicle after two hours.
NON-METERED STREET PARKING
Spaces without meters and without signs that indicate they are permitted spaces are available on Mulberry Street, Spruce Street, Union Street, Walnut Street, and Wayne Street. Please be considerate of the residents of Hollidaysburg Borough who also use these spaces in front of their homes.