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The City of Monterey Human Resources Department provides services and information in the areas listed below:

  • Classification and Compensation - to maintain job performance standards and review compensation.
  • Employee Benefits - to evaluate, recommend, manage and administer employee benefits programs.
  • Employee Relations - to meet and confer/negotiate for compensation.
  • Recruitment and Selection - to identify and select for employment qualified candidates using the merit system.
  • Training - to maintain and develop employee skills and state-mandated safety training.
  • Volunteer Services - The Volunteer Program connects the public to the City of Monterey through active volunteer participation with City programs and projects, resulting in a strong partnership between the community and the City to support a safe and enriched quality of life for everyone.
  • Risk Management - Risk Management is responsible for all property and casualty risk financing, including purchase of insurance; identifying and assessing the City's loss exposure; implementing loss prevention practices; monitoring and enforcing contractor and tenant compliance with City insurance requirements; and adjusting property and liability claims.
The Risk Manager serves as the City's representative to ACCEL, the Authority for California Cities Excess Liability. This is the insurance joint powers authority to which the City belongs, and is the quasi-government organization through which the City finances the majority of its liability exposure.
How to file a claim against the City - Claim Form
If you allege that the City or its employee has caused damage to your property, you will need to file a Claim Form and provide a receipt, or estimate(s) supporting the amount of damage claimed. It will be your responsibility to get your property repaired; the City's role will be limited to only paying for claims for which it is legally liable.