Welcome to the City of Mandeville's Human Resources Department
It is the mission of the Human Resources department to develop, implement and support programs and processes that add value to the City of Mandeville and its employees, which lead to improved employee welfare, empowerment, growth and retention. The Human Resources Director works under the direction of the members of the Civil Service Board(s) and serves as a strategic business partner to the Administration and City Council, remaining committed to the City of Mandeville’s key organizational drivers, its management and the prosperity of its citizens and employees.
The Human Resources Department provides policy direction on human resource management issues and administrative support to city departments including:
- Employee relations
- Policy management
- Job classification and compensation system
- Promotional and entry examinations
- Employee performance evaluations
- Training and development
- Drug testing
- Workers Compensation and FMLA administration
- Wellness plans
- Benefits administration
- Personnel record maintenance
- Provides guidance regarding the City’s Civil Service systems
Employment policies and practices impacting civil servants are made by the Municipal Police Employees Civil Service Board for classified Police Department employees and by recommendation to the City Council by the Municipal Employees Civil Service Board for all other classified City employees. Click HERE for more information regarding the City of Mandeville’s Civil Service Boards.
3101 E. Causeway Approach
Mandeville, LA 70448
Thank you for your interest in applying for positions with the City of Mandeville.
In our effort to reduce paper waste, we ask that you use our online application system. If you are unable or limited in your ability to use or access the application system due to a disability, limited English proficiency, or other reasons, you may contact Human Resources at 985-626-3144 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
The City of Mandeville will not discriminate in its employment practices because of an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, status as a protected veteran, or any other legally protected category, class or characteristic. The City shall operate within the principles of equal employment opportunity and affirmative action guidelines set forth in Federal, State and local laws and regulations. All activities relating to employment, including recruitment, testing, selection, promotion, training and termination shall be conducted in a nondiscriminatory manner.
Click HERE for more information regarding the City of Mandeville's career opportunities.
EMPLOYEE SELF SERVICE
The Employee Self Service (ESS) portal is a great tool that offers the City of Mandeville employees 24/7 access to their employment information. Using newer versions of Google Chrome or Internet Explorer, click here log in to Employee Self Service.
Louisiana Revised Statute 42:1170, requires all public employees to complete one hour of training on the Code of Governmental Ethics each calendar year. In addition, each City of Mandeville official and board/commission member must complete the required ethics training each calendar year. More information can be found HERE.
SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION TRAINING
The City of Mandeville recognizes that implementation of a policy prohibiting sexually inappropriate workplace behavior alone may not be sufficient to prevent and address such behavior. To support this policy and create a culture wherein employees willingly report concerns and lodge complaints, the City requires all employees to successfully complete training on this policy upon hiring and on a continuing basis thereafter. At a minimum, the City of Mandeville mandates the following training for its employees:
- Upon hiring, all new employees will be provided a copy and instructed to carefully review this policy. Within thirty (30) days of the hiring date, all new employees are required to meet with the Human Resources Director or other individual so designated to discuss any concerns or uncertainties regarding their responsibilities under this policy. The employee and Human Resources Director are required to sign the attached Acknowledgement and Certification to verify that this process has been successfully completed.
- Within thirty (30) days of the hiring date, all new employees are required to successfully complete Sexual Harassment Prevention training as assigned by the Human Resources Director.
- Annually, all employees are required to complete the assigned training on sexual harassment.
- Within thirty (30) days of attaining a supervisory position, all new supervisors are required to complete the designated training on sexual harassment assigned to management personnel. This training, which emphasizes identifying, preventing, and responding to sexually inappropriate behavior, is thereafter to be completed annually.
Additionally, each City of Mandeville official and board/commission member must complete the required sexual harassment prevention training each calendar year, as mandated by LA R.S. 42:342.
For more information regarding the City’s policy on sexual harassment prevention, click HERE.