Personnel Department • (559) 324-2725
The work of making sure jobs in the city of Clovis are filled by highly motivated and skilled employees is made easier by a number of factors – attractive salaries, generous benefit plans and a highly desirable community that features top-notch schools. Consequently, compared with other Central California communities, city employees tend to stay on the job longer here – in fact, the annual retention rate among Clovis city employees tops 90 percent.
At least 90 percent of the workforce – police, firefighters, public works employees and unaffiliated employees, such as clerk and office support personnel – are represented by employee bargaining groups. Key to the contented workforce, too, is the city’s commitment to diversity. Extensive efforts are made to recruit quality candidates who represent the changing face of Clovis. Recruitment efforts target in particular local institutions of higher learning, including Reedley College, Fresno City College and Fresno State University.
An online listing of Employment Opportunities streamlines job search efforts for those seeking employment with the city. Applications may be submitted online.
The Clovis Personnel Commission
The Personnel Commission serves a vital role here at the City of Clovis by helping to select the city employees that serve Clovis residents. The Personnel Commission is responsible for interviewing, screening, and recommending non-management employees. Appointment to the Personnel Commission is by majority vote of the City Council for a four-year term.
Questions or comments regarding the Personnel Commission may be directed to (559) 324-2725, or FAX (559) 324-2865.
The current Personnel Commissioners terms are identified below:
- Jose Reyes (May 2020)
- Jerry Brady (May 2019)
- Scott Fetterhoff (May 2022)
- Darren Rose (May 2022)
- Kari Mercer (May 2022)
- Jerry Schuber (May 2022)
- Diane Staebler (May 2020)
Please contact the Personnel Division to inquire about any upcoming positions on the Personnel Commission.