|116 East Foothill Boulevard
Glendora, California 91741-3380
The Human Resources and Risk Management Department provides assistance and guidance to all City departments in the areas of labor relations, employee benefits administration, workers' compensation, risk management, and discipline and grievance procedures.
In addition, the Human Resources and Risk Management Department handles employee recruitment, testing and selection for all City Departments in order to hire and retain a highly skilled team of employees. Employees are selected through a competitive testing and interview process.
In order to assist all applicants with the City’s recruitment process, we have prepared a list of the most frequently asked questions (FAQ), which you can access by clicking here.
For a current listing of City employment opportunities and instructions on how to apply, please click here.
Whether you are interested in joining the City of Glendora team or simply have additional questions, please feel free to contact the Human Resources and Risk Management Department at 626-852-4821.
About Risk Management
The Risk Management function seeks to protect City resources by minimizing risks and stabilizing insurance costs in an economical manner that preserves assets and protects against random accidents/loss. To accomplish this, a variety of program services are established including: identification and measurement of potential losses; loss prevention; programs for elimination of unsafe working conditions; safety training; insurance coverage procurement; and claims handling for liability and property damage. Specific activities include:
- Procure and maintain adequate resources for property and liability coverage
- Administer general liability insurance claims
- Provide risk assessment to departments
- Monitor insurance requirements involving entities engaged in business with the City to ensure that proper limits of liability coverage are maintained
- Participate in the City’s Safety Committee to proactively manage onsite risk
- Actively participate in the Independent Cities Risk Management Authority (ICRMA) pooled resources program
Glendora is a member of the Independent Cities Risk Management Authority (ICRMA), a joint powers authority created to provide comprehensive risk management services, cost stabilization, and effective risk solutions in a shared pool environment.
ICRMA is comprised of 22 member cities located in the Los Angeles, Orange, and San Bernardino Counties of southern California. The members pool their resources under a JPA Agreement to support their individual self insurance programs.
General Liability Claims for Damages
To file a Claim for Damages with the City, please complete the claim form and return to the City Clerk’s office. If you have any questions, please contact the Human Resources and Risk Management Department at (626) 914-8259.