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Human Resources

The Human Resources Department is responsible for the selection process including screening, testing, interviewing, hiring and orientating employees to the City of Hillsdale. The City HR Director works closely with other department heads in this effort. The City of Hillsdale accepts applications and resumes at all times and holds them on file for one year. Other duties of the Human Resources Department include fringe benefit administration, labor negotiations and policy development.

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Current Job Opportunities:

 

Housing Commission Seeks Executive Director- Posted May 3, 2017

Position Requirements: Work full time hours with day to day operations in to include the following"

Manages 60 public housing units known as Hilltop Apartments. General responsibilties include accounting, budgeting, financial reporting, purchasing, occupancy, staff supervision and maintenance for these programs. Maintaining and reporting of housing and financial records according to HUD regulations.

Qualified candidates would possess a bachelor's degree in public administration, business or a related field and/or at least five (5) years' experience in an administrative capacity with multi-tenant housing management, preferable HUD experience, public service, or any combination thereof.

Submit cover letter and resume to:

Hillsdale Housing Commission
45 N. West Street
Hillsdale, MI 49242
ATTN: Matthew Davis, Board Chairman

The City of Hillsdale is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The deadline for applications/resumes is Friday, May 19th, 2017 at noon.


 

 


Kay Freese

Human Resources Director
97 North Broad Street
Hillsdale, MI 49242
Phone: 517-437-6443
Email: kfreese@cityofhillsdale.org

Applications may be picked up in person at City Hall or are available online click here

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