Finance & Human Resources

Finance & Human Resources

Hiring at the Town of Perinton is regulated by New York State Civil Service Law. With the exception of labor class jobs, and a small number of confidential positions, our full-time positions are filled by candidates who successfully pass an appropriate Civil Service examination for the position for which they are applying. You may also contact the Monroe County Department of Human Resources at (585) 428-5550 or online at for more information.

Seasonal and many part-time positions are not subject to competitive examinations. The Town does have a need for this type of help from time to time. If you would like to apply for a labor class, seasonal or part-time position you may download the application and mail it to:

The Director of Finance/Human Resources
The Town of Perinton
1350 Turk Hill Road
Fairport, New York 14450

Tax Documents

W9 Tax Form

Current Employment Opportunities

The Job and Volunteer Application are available for download in the following formats. Click on the link to download the file:

Summer Seasonal Labor – Parks

Zoning Officer

Employment Applications

Download Personnel application Adobe Acrobat document version.

Download Volunteer application Adobe Acrobat document version.

Town of Perinton Non-Harassment, Non-Discrimination information

Non-Harassment, Non-Discrimination policy

Harassment Complaint Form

Town Values

The Town takes great pride in its employees and making sure they all strive to meet the following principles for residents and visitors to the town:


We conduct ourselves at all times in a manner that fosters open communication and good decision making with the highest degree of honesty, respect and fairness for all.


Promote an atmosphere that fosters togetherness, unity, reliability and builds a bond with residents that makes them feel welcome and that we are all working in harmony toward a common goal.


Create an atmosphere in which staff members realize that what they do is vital to the Town’s success. They know their abilities, qualities and achievements are appreciated and their voice will be heard when they make a suggestion. This will carry over to the residents we serve.


Working toward a “people first” approach. Openness and transparency leads to trust among staff members and residents. Making tough decisions now that lead to prosperity in the future and are fiscally responsible for the next generation.


We engage community members with a focus on listening to and supporting their needs, anticipating and delivering high quality services and ensuring their satisfaction and trust. We strive for creative solutions to constantly enhance our services to meet the changing and diverse needs of the community we serve.

Contact Information

Recreation and Parks

Brian D. Dick

Finance Director

(585) 223-0770