Human Resources

Human Resources is a division of the City Manager's Office.

The Department is responsible for:

  • Recruitment & Selection

  • Labor & Employee Relations

  • Personnel Administration

  • Workers' Compensation

  • Risk Management

Career Opportunities

Applicants for all positions are required to complete and submit a job application. All City recruitments are managed through Interested applicants need to visit, create a free profile and apply for positions list on the City’s page. All recruitment communication is conducted via email. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the City’s application, though one may be attached to your CalOpps profile.

Career Opportunities

Class Specifications

All full-time City employee positions are defined by a Class Specification (also known as a Job Description, Job Specification or Job Classification Description).

Class Specifications

Contracts and MOUs

Employment agreements (contracts or Memorandums of Understanding [MOUs]) between Employees and the City are reviewed and approved by the City Council.  These can include agreement with individuals, such as with the City Manager, Police Chief, and Fire Chief or with groups of employees, such as those represented by bargaining units. These documents include pay and work rules that supplement the Personnel Rules adopted by the City Council.


Contracts & MOUs

Employee Compensation

Salaries paid to City employees are organized by classification and published when the City Council adopts an updated Salary Resolution, which occurs at least annually, with the adoption of the City Budget.


Employee Compensation

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