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In an abundance of caution due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus, Human Resources has made the decision to close the reception desk on the fifth floor of the Public Service Center to in-person services.

The closure decision was made in consideration of the health of customers, employees and the community.

We encourage our customers to use online services. Customers may contact staff by phone or email.

Connect with us remotely
564.397.2456, hradmin@clark.wa.gov 


 

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Clark County government is one of the county's largest employers, providing a wide range of challenging positions for about 1,570 people. The Human Resources department provides employee programs and benefits to ensure the county continues to be a good place to work. The department oversees a variety of functions and provides many employee services including:

  • identifying and selecting qualified job candidates
  • classifying jobs and determining compensation levels
  • managing employee benefits programs
  • managing labor relations and contract negotiations
  • ensuring legal compliance to employment laws
  • developing and administering performance management plans
     

VISION
We serve as a strategic partner, striving to be the public employer of choice by attracting, supporting and empowering individuals.
 

MISSION
We provide guidance and services with integrity, collaboration and innovation to promote an inclusive culture of thriving employees.
 

VALUES
Integrity
: We ensure all business conduct will promote fairness, respect, trust, caring and honesty.

Professionalism: We maintain a work environment that leads by example, by striving for excellence, and provides conduct that is conducive of exemplary behaviors.

Strategic: We analyze the past, address present needs and embrace solutions that plan for the future.

Collaboration: We work together to continually encourage, embrace and respect inclusion and diversity of ideas, backgrounds and experiences.

Innovation: We strive to be the best by encouraging creativity and continuous improvement on a professional and organizational level.

 

Requests for public records
To request public records involving Human Resources, contact (360) 397-2456 or https://www.clark.wa.gov/councilors/public-records.