Welcome to the City of Holyoke Personnel Department. How can we help you?
* If you are seeking employment, you can see job postings at Employment Opportunities
* If you are looking for information about your employee benefits, you will find information at City of Holyoke employee benefits
* If you are a retiree, you will find information about health insurance at "Retiree Benefits."
The responsibilities of the Personnel Office include:
- Maintain personnel records
- Administer employee benefits such as health and dental insurance
- Coordinate recruitment activity
- Provide guidance on personnel policy development and implementation
- Maintain the job classification system
- Respond to employee relations issues.
- Serve as staff to the Holyoke Commission on Disabilities
- Coordinate certain City internship programs.
- Monitor compliance with related laws and regulations.
Please contact Hector Carrasquillo (firstname.lastname@example.org) by email or phone (413-322-5555) if we can help you.
No posts found.
For information about current job openings, see the postings below:
*Note* All interested candidates must send a resume and letter of interest to: Personnel@holyoke.org or visit the Personnel Department in order to be considered.
Internal Job Postings for City of Holyoke employees:
No Current Internal Postings at this time. Come back soon!
External Job Postings for the public:
- Job Posting- FT Wiring Inspector October 16, 2018
- Job Posting- Temporary Event Staff October 16, 2018 (Great opportunity for Temp, Seasonal, & those with a focus in Event Planning)
- Community Preservation Committee Membership Openings-June 16, 2017
Information about civil service labor service jobs
Other opportunities within the City of Holyoke
Holyoke Public Schools, please visit holyoke.tedk12.com
Holyoke Gas & Electric, please visit www.hged.com
2018 BCBS CVS Caremark Blue Medicare RX- FORMULARY CHANGES
- June 1, 2017 Open Enrollment Notice for Retirees Eligible for NON-MEDICARE Active Plans
- July 1 ,2017 Active Plans Comparison Chart
ADDITIONAL CIGNA INFORMATION FOR YOUR REVIEW:
Please see City of Holyoke employee benefits
- May 15, 2017 Employee Open Enrollment Notice (PLEASE NOTE LEGAL SIZED DOCUMENT)
- May 15, 2017 Active Plan Comparison Chart (PLEASE NOTE LEGAL SIZED DOCUMENT)
- 2017 TASC Flexible Spending Account (FSA) Info & Enrollment Form
ADDITIONAL CIGNA INFORMATION FOR YOUR REVIEW:
Additional BCBS Plan Information:
- BCBS HMO Blue New England 1000 SOB & SBC
- BCBS Dental Blue+Ortho SOB
- BCBS Fitness Wellness Fact Sheet
- BCBS Weight Loss Wellness Fact Sheet
Additional HNE Plan Information:
- HNE HMO Essential 1000 SBC
- HNE HMO Essential 2000 SBC
- HNE PPO 1000 National SBC
- HNE Wellness Reimbursement Form
- HNE Here To There Care Program
TASC Flexible Spending Information:
TO CITY EMPLOYEES: Do not send an enrollment form to the insurance company! Return the form to the appropriate City of Holyoke Department.
Please note that in accordance with MGL 32B, sec. 19, Surviving Spouses pay 50% of the full premium.
For information on your 403(b) and 457(b) plans, including forms and other documentation, visit the Treasurer’s page.
* We Can Help – January 2016
For current City of Holyoke employees only:
City employees are always welcome to apply for any position posted at https://www.holyoke.org/departments/personnel/#extra1-tab.
The interviews of employees will begin on April 14 and April 15, 2014. Department Heads should watch their email for more information.
– I-9 form
April 1, 2013:
The City is working with the Collins Center at UMASS Boston to conduct a Human Resources Audit. (See “HR Audit” for more information)
From: Alex Morse/COH
Subject: Human Resources & Compliance Audit
Greetings Department Heads,
As you may know, the City has engaged the services of the Edward J. Collins Center for Public Management (http://www.umb.edu/cpm) to conduct a Human Resource and Compliance Audit and to make recommendations about personnel policies, including an employee handbook.
The goal of the audit and policy recommendations is to review the City’s current compliance with federal and state laws and regulations, assess Holyoke’s current practices, and make recommendations to bring Holyoke into compliance and improve its personnel administration.
The Collins Center project team will be interviewing each of you, as department heads, in order to learn how your handle your personnel responsibilities, keep records, and work with the Personnel Department. The project team will also ask each department head about the challenges they face in dealing with personnel issues.
The project team will be in Holyoke on Monday, April 22 and Tuesday, April 23 to conduct interviews. While some interviews will be individual, some will be in small groups. I have asked the Personnel Administrator, Robert Judge to coordinate interviews and appreciate your anticipated cooperation.
You will hear from Bob Judge separately. The City looks forward to the results of this project and I encourage you to participate fully when you are asked to do so.
Holyoke Commission on Disabilities
The purpose of the Commission is to provide assistance to the citizens of Holyoke and to ensure that the city is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act with regards to public and private building accessibility, communications, public accommodations, and transportation and other areas impacting the disabled community.
Deborah Aloisi – term expires March 2019
Barbara Heisler – term expires March 2021
Elizabeth Larivee – term expires March 2021 – Secretary
Nicole Morrison – term expires March 2019
Donald Welch – term expires March 2021 – Chairperson
* Here is the outline of a one-day session that was attended by 25 City employees on February 18 and February 20, 2014: What Every Manager Needs To Know
536 Dwight Street
Holyoke, MA 01040 Map
(413) 322-5556 (fax)
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Posted on December 20, 2012 by Personnell Admin