Human Resources Director/Safety Director/Director of Civil Service
Fax: (409) 723-1550
The Personnel Department works with and for City departments by evaluating, monitoring, developing and administering Recruitment and Retention, Compensation, Status Changes (promotions, demotions, transfers, terminations), Personnel Records Administration, Performance Evaluations, Disciplinary Action, Employee and Labor Relations, Policy and Procedures, Training and Development, State and Federal Labor Law compliance and other personnel-related matters. The Personnel Department also ensures compliance with Civil Service rules and regulations, administers the City safety program, and manages the City’s facility and vehicle/equipment insurance.
|City of Nederland Personnel Policy|
The City of Nederland is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the City of Nederland to provide employment opportunities and other personnel practices based on qualifications, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, political affiliation, veteran’s status, or any other unlawful basis. The City posts Job Announcements on the City Hall bulletin board, the City of Nederland website, the Texas Workforce Commission Website and Southeasttexas.com. The City strives to promote from within. Current City employees will be considered first for open positions. The City reserves the right to advertise vacant positions internally prior to posting positions publicly. An Application for Employment may be obtained in the Personnel Department located at City Hall, 1400 Boston Avenue, or may be downloaded using the link provided. Completed applications may either be submitted in person to the Human Resources Department or they may be submitted via email to email@example.com. Resumes may be attached to your completed application but will not be accepted as a substitute.
It is the goal of the City of Nederland to maintain a workplace free from substance abuse. Offers of employment and continued employment are based on successful completion of drug and alcohol screening. City of Nederland employees and future employees may be asked to consent to drug and alcohol screening for the following reasons: pre-employment, random, reasonable cause, or post-accident.
Employee Compensation and Benefits
The City of Nederland provides a competitive total compensation package with benefits for full-time employees. Benefits include paid holidays, vacation leave, sick leave, a suite of 8 medical plans, a high and low dental plan, vision, long-term disability, life insurance, enrollment in the Texas Municipal Retirement System, access to ICMA voluntary retirement accounts, and 24 hour access to an Employee Assistance Program.
The Personnel Department will strive to provide quality services to all City Departments, employees, applicants, retirees, and citizens of the City of Nederland. We will support and provide leadership in recruitment, employment, development, employee relations, benefits, compensation and safety beyond the expectations of all employees enabling them to better serve the citizens of Nederland.