During the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place Order:
The Human Resources Department continues to be open for business. Although City of Dublin offices are closed from March 17 to April 7, 2020, the City will continually accept applications for many open positions. Please apply online at www.calopps.org or visit the City’s website at https://dublin.ca.gov/1759 for more information.
Positions include Senior Civil Engineer, Recreation Aide, Recreation Leader, Lead Preschool Teacher, and multiple positions at The Wave (Lifeguard, Swim Instructor, Slide Attendant, and more).
The Human Resources Department has also directed part-time Parks and Community Services staff, who are otherwise not able to work during the crisis, to assist Spectrum Services with its "Meals on Wheels" program, delivering hot and healthy meals to the elderly and homebound.
The Role of Human Resources
The Human Resources Department has the primary role of supporting the City of Dublin organization by providing services related to human resources management to the more than 80 full-time and over 150 part-time employees, and to many volunteers serving the City. It is our mission to deliver exceptional service and support to the organization, covering a wide range of human resource issues in a responsive, cost-effective, and innovative manner. Our goal is to attract, develop, motivate, and retain the best-qualified employees whose diversity and skills contribute to and sustain the City as a quality organization. We look forward to every opportunity to interact with our customer, both internal and external, providing quality customer service for all.
The Department also plays an instrumental role as an agent of change within the
The Department provides full-service human resources to the City's workforce including:
Recruitment & Selection
Provide recruitment and selection services that attract and retain highly qualified, service-oriented employees.
Equal Opportunity Employer
In accordance with federal and state laws, the City of Dublin does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, handicap, disability, medical condition, marital status, sex, or age. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Dublin will make all reasonable accommodations for the disabled to participate in employment, programs, and facilities.
Please notify the Personnel Division at 925-833-6605 regarding the type of reasonable accommodations that are needed within three days following the recruitment closing date.
The City partners with Best Buddies International, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to establishing a global volunteer movement that creates opportunities for one-to-one friendships, integrated employment, leadership development, and inclusive living for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD). To learn more about this dynamic partnership and or to apply for available positions in the SF/Bay Area region use link: https://www.bestbuddies.org/jobs
Integrated Employment Opportunities - "Best Buddies"
Establish and maintain a City-wide system of position control and identification of job duties. Administration of the City's pay and performance evaluation plans, including Pay-for-Performance. Manage the Human Resources information system. Labor Relations provide administration of City employee relations programs that result in enhanced job performance, employee development, and positive labor relations.
Training & Development
Provide City-wide employee and management training programs, and administer educational services.
Development and administration of City-wide programs and training.
Provide the administration of employee benefits including health, dental, life insurance, wellness, employee assistance program, trust fund, 401a and 457 deferred compensation programs, and others.
Administer a fully self-funded, closed retirement plan, and coordinate services with the California Public Employees Retirement Systems (CalPERS) for permanent and qualified employees. Visit the CalPERS website for more information.
Administer a part-time employee alternative to the Social Security program through Public Agency Retirement Services Alternate Retirement System (PARS-ARS). PARS-ARS satisfies federal requirements and provides cost savings compared to Social Security to participants and the City. Visit the PARS-ARS website for more information.
Administration of the City's pay and performance evaluations plans, including Pay-for-Performance. Click on this link for the City’s adopted .
Administration of The Cities Group, a self-funded Worker's Compensation program provided through a Joint Powers Agreement between several cities. Injuries are mitigated by properly identifying and reducing risk exposure through a variety of initiatives, including prevention programs.
The City of Dublin is a member of the Pooled Liability Assurance Network (PLAN) Joint Exercise of Powers Agreement, pursuant to California Government Code §6500 et seq. The 28-member agencies, known as PLAN JPA, work together to self-insure general and auto liability claims by contributing to a shared risk pool. As a member-driven organization, participants work together to make good use of local governments’ scarce resources. Grant programs and training sessions, coupled with other risk management services, help members more effectively use resources by reducing risk costs. The City’s Human Resources Director sits as the City’s Risk Manager.
If you have a risk management issue, please contact Human Resources at 925-833-6650.
For more information about the new PLAN JPA please use website https://www.planjpa.org/ .