City Hall-Second Floor
116 East Foothill Boulevard
Glendora, California 91741-3380
Phone: (626) 852-4821
Monday - Friday
8:00A.M. - 5:00P.M.
ABOUT THE DIVISION
The City's Human Resources team provides assistance and guidance to all City departments in the areas of employee and labor relations, benefits administration, employee development and training, occupational health and workers' compensation, discipline and grievance procedures.
Additionally, Human Resources 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. To view the City's current recruitments and to apply click on the link below.
You may submit an application online through NeoGov, or by clicking on the above "Apply for a Job Online" link.
Computers are available at the following location:
- Glendora Public Library
140 S. Glendora Ave
Glendora, CA 91741
No. A separate and complete application must be filed for each position you are interested in.
No. You must submit a separate application for each position you are interested in.
Human Resources only accepts applications for positions they are currently recruiting for. Visit the City's Job Openings link to see what current recruitments are open. Once you create a NeoGov profile you can also select what areas of employment you are interested in and get notified when new positions in those areas open.
If a supplemental questionnaire is required to be submitted with your application, it will be a part of the application process.
You will receive a confirmation e-mail from the Human Resources team acknowledging receipt. After the closing date, applications are screened for the qualifications. You will receive notification on the status of your application and the next step in the recruitment process by e-mail within 2 to 3 weeks of the recruitment closing date.
- NOTE: It is important you inform Human Resources if you change your e-mail address, by calling (626) 852-4821
Your submitted application materials are reviewed to determine if you meet the qualifications and special requirements as stated on the job flyer. Only those candidates who appear best qualified, based on the requirements listed on the flyer and review of all submitted applications, resumes and supplemental materials for background, experience and training, will be invited to any combination of written, performance or oral appraisals to further evaluate their job related experience, knowledge, skills and abilities. You should be sure to include all experience which may apply to the job, i.e., volunteer experience, licenses, certifications, professional affiliations, classes you have taken, training you have received and any other special qualifications. Failure to include all information requested could result in your not being invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.
The steps of the selection process vary depending upon the position. For example, you may be required to pass a written exam or submit a sample of your writing. A performance test may be required for a position requiring certain skills, such as typing or the operation of heavy equipment. For other positions, you may be required to participate in an oral board examination. Should you need a reasonable accommodation in the selection process, a request must be made prior to the test or interview. The selection process is determined by the hiring department and the Human Resources.
An employment list is the list that is established after a recruitment has been conducted and all examinations have been completed. The list contains, in rank order, those applicants who successfully complete the examination process. The hiring department contacts eligible candidates for selection interviews and determines which candidate would be the best fit for the available position. Employment lists expire six months from the date that the list is established; however, Human Resources reserves the right to extend the life of an eligibility list or abolish the list early, per the provisions listed in the City’s Personnel Rules.
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Although the selection process for a recruitment may seem to take some time to complete, it’s only through this careful evaluation process that we can ensure that all applicants are evaluated fairly. The time and effort involved in this process enables us to select the best applicant for the job.
The City of Glendora has four employee association groups. Please click the links below to read each association’s memorandum of understanding (MOU), memorandum of agreement (MOA), and other related documents.
1. The Glendora Police Management Association (PMA) includes the sworn managers in the police department.
- Glendora Police Management Association July 2018 - June 2020 MOU
- Resolution CC 2018-38 Approving MOU with GPMA
- PMA Side Letter Leave Usage COVID-19 March 2020
2. The Glendora Police Officers Association (POA) includes the sworn employees in the police department.
- Glendora Police Officers Association July 2017 - June 2019 MOU
- Glendora Police Officers Association Side Letter Agreement August 28, 2018
- Glendora Police Officers Association Tentative Agreement
- POA Side Letter Leave Usage COVID-19 March 2020
3. The Glendora Management Association (GMA) includes the non-sworn mid-level managers and non-sworn confidential employees.
- Glendora Management Association July 1, 2016-June 30, 2019
- Resolution CC 2019-25 and Side Letter Agreement to the 2016-19 GMA MOU
- Glendora Management Association Tentative Agreement
- GMA Side Letter Leave Usage COVID-19 March 2020
- GMA Side Letter Article 8 Disability Insurance
- GMA Side Letter Article 9 Life Insurance
4. The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Local 3915 (AFSCME) includes all other non-sworn employees.
Glendora Municipal Code 2.09.060 states that the City Manager is the appointing authority for all positions (except City Manager and City Attorney), including the City Clerk and City Treasurer. Appointment of Department Directors shall be subject to ratification by the City Council. Click here to see the department director job descriptions.
The terms of employment, including compensation and benefits (which cannot exceed the City Council approved Salary & Benefit Schedule for Department Directors), of the following positions are through an employment agreement.
- Municipal Code 2.09.060
- Resolution 2016-29: Department Director's Revised Salary and Benefits Schedule
- Resolution 2014-03: Department Director's Salary Increases
- Department Directors: Voluntary Elimination of Administrative Leave as of 7/1/12
- Resolution 2010-16: Department Director’s paying 100% of employee cost for CalPERS pension plan
- Resolution 2011-13: Department Director Revised Salary and Benefit Schedule, Administrative Leave Eliminated
- City Clerk/Communication Director's Employment Contract
- Community Services Director's Employment Contract
- Administrative Services Director/City Treasurer's Employment Contract (formerly Finance Director)
- Library Director's Employment Contract
- Community Development Director (Formerly Planning Director) Contract
- Police Chief's Employment Contract
- Public Works Director's Employment Contract
The City of Glendora is a General Law City with a Council-Manager form of Government.
Glendora Municipal Code 2.09.060 states that the City Council is the appointing authority for the City Manager and City Attorney. All other positions are appointed by the City Manager. Appointment of Department Directors shall be subject to ratification by the City Council.
Glendora Municipal Code 2.08.070 states that the City Manager is the administrative head of the City, under the direction and control of the City Council. He or she is responsible for the administration of all the affairs of the City. Click here to see the City Manager’s job description.
Glendora Municipal Code 2.08.010 states that the City Manager shall be appointed by the City Council wholly on the basis of his or her administrative and executive ability and qualifications, and shall hold office for and during the pleasure of the City Council.
Glendora Municipal Code 2.08.020 states that residence in the City at the time of appointment of a City Manager shall not be required as a condition of the appointment, but, no person shall hold the office of City Manager unless such person resides within the regulated response time as prescribed by City Council.
The City Manager’s terms of employment, including compensation and benefits, are through an employment agreement. Click on the link below to read the agreement and related documents. All agreements are approved in a public meeting.
The City Manager pays 100% of his share of the cost for his CalPERS retirement plan. The City pays ONLY the employer’s share of the cost.
Members of the City Council, including the Mayor are compensated $700 per month, pursuant to Ordinance No. 1848.
They have a choice to belong to CalPERS or PARS and in either case, the current City Council pays 100% of their cost for the pension plan. The City only pays the employer portion of that cost.
Council members are provided with a City paid $50,000 life insurance policy (currently costs $9.75 per month per person). State law permits part time Council Members to be eligible for health benefits. If City Council Members choose to avail themselves of this benefit, medical benefits are provided to a current maximum of $904.82 per month and dental benefits are provided to a current maximum of $64.82 per month.
In compliance with Government Code sections 12463 and 53892, the City filed, with the California State Controller’s office, various compensation information City Council members employed during the most recently completed calendar year. Click here to see to visit California State Controller website.
As required by State law, members of the City Council annually file a Statement of Economic Interests (California Form 700). They are currently available for review at City Hall in the City Clerk’s Office. In addition, Campaign Statements are currently posted on the City’s website.
Members of the City Council also serve as the City's representative on various regional boards, such as League of California Cities, Sanitation District, and the Goldline Construction Authority. A couple of these boards pay representatives a nominal fee for attendance at meetings.
The City Council advertises for residents who are interested in serving on various City boards, commissions and committees, such as the Planning Commission, Community Services Commission, Trails Committee, Historic Preservation Committee, Beautification Committee, Business Improvement District Advisory Board, Library Board of Trustees, and others.
Interested applicants are appointed by the City Council. Appointees serve at the pleasure of the Council, and in some cases, may not serve more than two terms without a break in service.
Members of these boards and commissions receive no compensation or fees for services.