Yes. You can watch videos for your own interests at any time you like. If you are watching a video that is related to your job, you need to check with a supervisor before taking time to watch outside of your regular work hours.
How do I use LinkedIn Learning on my phone?
To access LinkedIn Learning on mobile:
Open the LinkedIn Learning app
Sign in using your LinkedIn login and password
Authenticate with your Sandy City credentials
Privacy and personal accounts
What can my organization see?
Your organization can access and retain the following information:
Learning activity, such as courses viewed or completed
Profile information, such as your name, work title, and profile photo
Any courses from your personal account that you've transferred to your group account
What can’t my organization see?
LinkedIn will not give your organization access to private activity from your personal LinkedIn account, such as:
Your private messages
Any job search activity, such as job posts you've viewed
Any learning courses you've viewed in your personal account
What can my LinkedIn Network see?
You're in control of what learning activity is shared with your network. For example, you have the option to:
I’m a supervisor, can I ask an employee to watch a training video at home to improve their ability to do their job?
Hourly employees may not watch trainings for work purposes outside of their regular work hours. If a supervisor requires an hourly employee to watch a video, they must provide time for the employee to watch the video during their regular work hours
Can I bring my Scout Troop to a Council meeting?
Yes. Scouts are always welcome at Council meetings. Scouts in uniform often assist with the opening ceremony for the Council Meeting including the invocation and the Pledge of Allegiance. You can access up to date materials for the Citizenship in the Community Merit Badge on the Scoutbook website. If your troop needs to meet with an individual Council Member or if you have further questions, contact Council Office Staff at (801)568-7141.
Can I address the Council during a City Council meeting?
Yes. Citizen input to the Council is always welcome. When you arrive at a regularly scheduled Council meeting fill out a citizen comment card (located inside the entryway to the City Council Chambers), hand the card off to Council Staff (seated on the dais), and wait to be called to the podium. Once at the podium state your full name for the record. The Council policy is to allow 3 minutes of time to each speaker addressing the Council. If you have further questions, contact Council Office Staff at (801)568-7141.
Can I watch City Council meetings from home?
The Sandy City Council live-streams each regular meeting. Occasionally meetings are held offsite; these meetings are not live-streamed. You can watch City Council meetings by visiting the Council agenda management web page. If you have questions, contact Council Office Staff at (801)568-7141.
Where can I find the agenda, minutes, and other materials from a City Council meeting?
If you would like to get in touch with your Council Representative contact Council Office Staff at (801)568-7141. Alternatively, Council Member e-mails are listed on the City Council web page.
How can I find out which district I belong to?
Sandy maintains an interactive map that displays the City and its four districts. To find your district visit the City Council web page, scroll down to the map, and type your address into the search bar. Alternatively, feel free to contact Council Office Staff at (801)568-7141.
What is Sandy City's Benefits Package?
Sandy City is committed to providing excellent benefits and a positive work environment where employees are encouraged to balance home and work life. Sandy provides numerous expressions of appreciation including quarterly employee luncheons, safety awards, awards for years of service, an employee bowling tournament, training opportunities and other departmental specific awards. These benefits and awards are reflective of Sandy City's organizational culture and commitment to employees.
I want a career with Sandy City. How can I get my foot in the door?
The first step to a Sandy City career is to apply for a City job. The Human Resources Department frequently opens new recruitments for different jobs, which may have different recruitment time-frames. Employment applications for these jobs are accepted online during recruitment periods only.
Who can apply for a job with the City?
Anyone eligible to work in the United States and who meets the minimum job requirements as stated in the job posting or ad. Potential applicants are generally not required to live within Sandy City boundaries.
How can I find out which jobs are currently open for recruitment at Sandy City?
We advertise our open positions in two ways. You can find an updated list of open positions by: a) checking our online current openings page, b) calling our office (801-568-7253).
Do you accept applications for positions that are not currently open?
No. We only accept applications for positions which are currently open for recruitment.
However, if there is not a current opening for a specific City position you are interested in, you can fill out a Job Interest Card. We will then notify you when the position is later opened for recruitment.
How do I apply for a position with Sandy City?
You must complete the Sandy City application form online to apply. This form is automatically submitted when you complete our online application. Click here to begin.
Should I include a resume?
Yes. You are welcome to submit a resume with your application.
Where can I go for more information about a position I am interested in?
You can access a complete job description for each Sandy City position on the Human Resources section of the Sandy City website. Paper copies of job descriptions can also be obtained by coming into our office. These job descriptions explain the duties as well as the required skills and abilities for each position. If you have additional questions, please call our office (801-568-7151).
How many jobs can I apply for? Do I need more than one application?
There is currently no limit to the number of jobs you can apply for with Sandy City. Keep in mind, however, that we receive many applications from fully qualified candidates for each open position. It is in your best interest to apply only for those positions you are most qualified for.
Through our online application process, you can use one application for multiple positions. Because of the highly competitive nature of our open positions, you will be more successful if you customize your experience and qualifications to the position.
How can I know the current status of my application? Will I be notified?
Once the position closing date has passed, processing and reviewing your application requires a MINIMUM of two weeks. After submitting your application, it is reviewed by either the Human Resources department or the department the position is located in.
Those reviewing applications select the most qualified candidates for interviews. We base this selection on how well the demonstrated experience, education, skills and abilities of each applicant match the needs of the position. If you apply for a benefited position, you will be notified either way of the outcome. If you apply for a non-benefited position, you will only be notified if selected for an interview. If you are selected for an interview, you will be called by a City representative to schedule a time.
Do you keep my application on file?
We do keep applications on file for two years, but this is only for record keeping purposes. In other words, your application will not automatically be re-submitted if the same position opens up again in the future. To re-submit an application, you will need to apply online again. By submitting a new application, you will also be able to provide your most up-to-date skills and experience.
What should I expect if I am called for a selection interview?
Those who interview you will have a list of questions they will ask during the interview. You will be rated on how well you answer the questions and demonstrate your qualifications for the position. In addition, you may be required to complete a test that measures your ability to complete essential functions of the position. You will be notified of the results shortly after a hiring decision has been made.
What happens if I am selected for a position?
If selected for a position, you will receive a conditional offer of employment from Sandy City. Some positions require that you pass a background check, and all positions are contingent on passing a drug test. After meeting these conditions, you will be given a starting date. You will also be required to attend an employee orientation session.
What do I need to know if I am interested in a Police or Fire career?
The Police Officer Addendum (found here) lists the requirements to apply for a Police Officer position. You can also refer to the Sandy City Police Department section of the website for more information on becoming a Police Officer with Sandy City.
The Sandy City Fire Department hires a full-time firefighter from the current pool of Volunteer Firefighters and/or from the Metro Fire Recruitment & Testing Consortium (MFTC). Any open volunteer positions within the Fire department will be listed in our Current Openings section of the website. Also, Firefighter and Volunteer Firefighter job descriptions are available online.
How do I apply for a position with the Police or Fire department?
To apply for a Police Officer position, you must submit a standard Sandy City employment application along with the Police Officer Addendum, resume, and your POST entrance exam score (80% minimum). All four items must be submitted or your application will be incomplete and you will not be invited to the next step in the testing process.
To apply for an open Volunteer Firefighter position, interested candidates should submit a Sandy City application and copies of any required certifications online.
What is the hiring process for Police and Fire positions?
A detailed description of the 11 stage hiring process for Police Officer positions is available on the Police Officer Addendum (found on this page).
The Sandy City Fire Department hires for its full-time positions from the current pool of Volunteer Firefighters and/or from the Metro Fire Testing Consortium (MFTC). If you are interested in a Volunteer position within the Fire department, you can view our Current Openings or complete a Job Interest Card and we will notify you when the next Volunteer Firefighter position becomes available.
Regular full-time and part-time (30+ hrs/week) employees are eligible for benefits. Employees classified as seasonal or part-time (<30 hrs/week) are not eligible for benefits. Please refer to the Employee Benefits page for more information.
How do I contact the Human Resources Department?
Human Resource Department
10000 So. Centennial Pkwy, Suite 310
Sandy, UT 84070
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5 pm