The Human Resources Department is responsible for the City's recruitment and selection process, labor relations, affirmative action, health plan administration, maintenance of employee records, risk management efforts, employee training and development as well as the Roseville Volunteer Center. Gayle Satchwell serves as the City's Human Resources Director.
The Risk Management division within the HR department is responsible for creating a safe work environment for employees and a safe City for its citizens by administering safety training and OSHA mandated programs, assuring safe and healthy work environments, administering liability insurance programs, and responding to citizen and employee safety concerns.
The Recruitment staff works closely with departments to assess departmental staffing needs and coordinates the applications, testing and selection process to recruit the most qualified candidate. In addition, the recruitment staff markets the City of Roseville by offering internships, attending job fairs, and community events. Recruitment also serves as a liaison between candidates and departments as well as oversees the evaluation and promotional processes.
The Benefits staff act as a resource for a wide variety of services including traditional health and welfare benefits, deferred compensation and COBRA administration. Benefits also oversees leaves of absences including FMLA and military leave, health enrollment and changes, and process all payroll transactions including direct deposit, W-4 changes and promotions.
The Training staff develops the City's workforce by assessing departmental needs, and developing and delivering programs to ensure an available talent pool for the workforce of tomorrow.
The Volunteer Center promotes community involvement by partnering with businesses and non-profit organizations to develop a volunteer network for community service.For further information, questions or comments, please email us at Human Resources@roseville.ca.us .
Volunteer with the City of Roseville and help make a difference in your community. Volunteers are a valuable part of the city’s team and vital in assisting city staff members with day-to-day operations. Come find out how you can join our team, 6:00 - 7:00 p.m., Thursday November 6 at the Riley Library Meeting Rooms, 1501 Pleasant Grove Blvd.
Volunteer opportunities are available with the Roseville Public Libraries, Safe Routes to School program, Transit Ambassador program, Maidu Museum and Historic Site, Utility Exploration Center, and Information Technology Department.