Personnel Services Manager

City of Claremont
Until Filled

The City of Claremont is a suburb of Los Angeles that is unlike any community in Southern California. In its February 2016 issue, Sunset Magazine named Claremont “The Best Suburb in the West.” In 2008, Money Magazine listed Claremont as one of the “Best Places to Live.” The City has won awards in environmental stewardship, municipal budgeting, urban planning, and recreational programming. 

The City of Claremont is recognized throughout the state as an innovative, fast paced, energetic, and dynamic organization.

Under general direction, the Personnel Services Manager will plan, coordinate and review the operations and activities of the Personnel Division. He/she will assume responsibility for all activities relating to recruitment, selection, safety and training, classification and compensation administration, health and related programs, deferred compensation and other City benefits, worker’s compensation and affirmative action.

The City is looking for a Personnel Services Manager who has the knowledge, practices and methods of public sector personnel administration. He/She will have strong knowledge of Federal and State laws affecting personnel practices. The ideal candidate will be someone that understands the principles and practices of Personnel Division management and operations along with modern practices, procedures, methods, and equipment. He/she must meet and deal effectively with the public, City officials, and employees. He/she will be able to communicate effectively and persuasively in both written reports and when making public reports. 

The next Personnel Services Manager will have five years of progressively responsible professional experience in human resources/personnel; two years supervisory level experience is highly desirable. They will have a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, human resources/personnel, or a closely related field, and a valid California driver’s license. A Master’s degree is highly desirable. 

This position offers a highly competitive salary with an attractive and competitive benefit package. The starting salary for this position will be based on the competitive labor market and the successful candidate’s qualifications, experience, and salary history. The current salary range is $100,164.00 - $121,008.00 annually (based on a 38 hour work week) and salary history. 

Open until sufficient applications received; Apply immediately. First reviews of applications shall occur around June 20, 2019. Interested candidates can apply for this position and obtain additional information at EOE