Missions & Objectives
· To provide quality human resource services to the public and to all City departments.
· To recruit and retain a highly qualified and diverse workforce in a City that values fair and equitable treatment.
· To maintain a commitment of excellence in attracting and retaining a diverse community of talented staff.
· To encourage an environment for employees that enhances personal and professional development and satisfaction and recognizes outstanding performance.
· To maintain compliance with all state, federal, and local regulations.
· To develop, implement, and maintain policies, programs, and services that enrich all employees; enabling all employees to effectively perform their duties of serving our constituents.
· To serve the interests of the City by supporting, developing, and protecting its most valuable resource—PEOPLE.
Responsibilities & Services
The City Of University City’s Human Resources Department coordinates, develops, and implements activities and programs related to:
· Employee Classification, Compensation, and Benefits
· Employee Relations
· Employee Assistance and Diversity
· Employee Recognition
· Training on Human Resources Policies and Procedures
Equal Opportunity Employment
The City of University City is proud to be an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer and will continue to recruit, hire, promote, train, and develop into all job levels without regard to race, color, age, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, or disability.
In recognition of the essential rights of all employees and applicants as individuals, it is the policy of the City of University City to recruit, hire, train, develop, and promote in all jobs classifications without discrimination in order to achieve equality in employment practices. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, or disability. It is also the policy of the City to act affirmatively in those areas where societal discrimination has denied equality of opportunity, particularly where under-representation exists. Special emphasis will be placed upon recruiting qualified minorities, females, and disabled individuals.