The Weber County Tuition Reimbursement Program provides employees with an opportunity to further their education and acquire new skills and knowledge enabling them to reach their fullest potential. Weber County supports the growth and development of employees and promotes from within whenever possible. Click here for more info.
Weber County strives to cultivate a culture of respect and appreciation for our employees and elected officials. We understand that professionals who have earned advanced degrees are in high demand locally and throughout Utah. In an effort to attract and retain these individuals, the County will assist in student loan repayment for eligible employees. Click here for more info.
Weber County believes in a transparent, performance-based approach to reviews and compensation. Weber County will maintain a performance appraisal system that provides an objective method for recognizing the importance of an employee’s contribution, rewards good performance, and corrects poor performance. Click here for more info.
To view the calendar and sign up for available training opportunities visit: https://www.webercountyutah.gov/HR/training.php
Step 1 - Sit down with your supervisor and fill out the Individual Career Mapping Development Plan. Click here for a fillable development plan.
Step 2 – If you want to promote or have recently promoted attend this training to learn how to create a roadmap as a supervisor. Click here for training information.
Step 3 – Supervisors attend various required and elective courses to graduate from Leadership Academy. Click here for info and schedule
Go here to view all available open positions at Weber County: https://webercounty.applicantpro.com/jobs/
Weber County uses Targeted Selection interview questions. Targeted Selection is a behavioral based interview process, recognizing that past behaviors are a great predictor of future behavior. In addition, Targeted Selection helps promote fairness to candidates, and ensures hiring departments have involvement in selecting competencies and interview questions. Click here for targeted selection examples.
To ace an interview be prepared with situations in the past, details of the events, have an updated resume, answer to the point, be honest about the situations, tell the interviewer if you need more time, ask clarifying questions if you are confused, and come prepared with the questions you would like to ask about the position or department. Click here for interview prep resources.
Before even considering following a career route, you must get to know yourself… Click here for the Weber Goals Worksheet.