To provide a comprehensive Human Resource Management Program that is focused on “Person Centered” services that are policy compliant and delivered by a professionally competent team. Our goal is to attract, develop, empower, and retain the best qualified employee whose diversity and skills contribute to and sustain the City as a high quality organization.
Human Resources (HR) provides service and support to its customers as we work together to build a better Menifee. Human Resources is committed to exceeding your expectations by providing service that is fast, friendly, and responsive.
The mission of the Risk Management division is to create a culture of safety throughout the organization. We accomplish this by identifying, assessing, and managing the impacts of operational risk and adopting policies to protect City personnel, property, and liabilities.
The mission of the Emergency Management division is to implement, monitor, and coordinate the Standardized Emergency Management System (SEMS) and Emergency Operations Center (EOC) in support of the City, public safety, and emergency readiness responsibilities. Emergency Management also provides overall coordination, training, and promotes increased preparedness in order for the City to respond to disasters.
Recruitment & Selection
Provide recruitment and selection services that attract and retain qualified, service-oriented employees.
Training & Development
Provide city-wide employee and management training programs that will provide and promote a safe, health minded and professional team.
Provide the administration of employee benefits including health, dental, life insurance, employee assistance program, flexible spending programs, 457 deferred compensation programs, and others.
Administer a comprehensive retirement plan and coordinate services with the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) for permanent employees.
Administration of a self-funded Worker’s Compensation Program. This program promotes health and safety for all employees.
Local Government Compensation Report
The California State Controller’s Office requires every city and special district to report compensation. The Controller’s format reports the minimum and maximum range of compensation for every city position, the actual compensation for each position during the latest full calendar year, as well as benefit cost information. See all compensation reports filed with the State Controller at Government Compensation in California.