Human Resources

Welcome to the City of Tucson Human Resources home page. This page provides you with Quick Links to the variety of information and services provided by Human Resources. Easily accessible are links to the Online Employment System, Job Openings, Job Descriptions, and Employment Frequently Asked Questions as well as details to Insurance Plans and Retirement Benefits offered to City employees.  Other links include the Compensation Plan, Classification Index Series Index and Chart, HR Staff Directory, and Civil Service Rules and Regulations which govern our Civil Service merit system. 

To partner with City departments to facilitate the development of a culture that attracts and retains an effective, engaged and diverse workforce.

To help people succeed at work as they deliver high quality and cost effective services to our community.

We commit to be trusted and valued business partners who model excellence and leadership.

Courage, integrity, work ethic, flexibility, communication, respect and team.

The Human Resources Department provides direct service and policy direction to all city departments, 5000 employees and 3200 retirees in accordance with the policies and programs of the Mayor and Council, Civil Service Commission and the City Manager. The department is comprised of a diverse cross section of clerical and professional staff and prides itself in providing services in:
• Administration
• Recruiting & Talent Management
• Records/Classification & Compensation
• Medical & Leave Management
• Education, Training & Development
• Equal Opportunity Programs
• Benefits
If you have further questions about the City of Tucson Human Resources and/or the services provided, please contact us at anytime.


CITY 'BANS THE BOX' IN JOB RECRUITMENT - Tucson became the first municipality in the state to adopt the "Ban the Box" program last month when Mayor and City Council passed Resolution No. 22373. The program aims to ease barriers to employment for applicants with prior criminal convictions by limiting criminal history as a hiring consideration. The resolution aligns City hiring practices with U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission recommendations by removing inquires about criminal history from the standard City of Tucson job application form, performing background checks (for positions that require it) only after a final candidate has been selected, and considers mitigating factors of the criminal history, including the age of the criminal record, the seriousness of the offense, and its relationship to the job responsibilities.


Human Resources


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