The City of Piqua Human Resources Department has the centralized responsibility for:
- Recruitment and selection of employees
- Employee on-boarding
- Civil service
- Policy and procedure
- Employee and labor relations
- Classification and compensation
- Performance management
- Employee benefits
- Maintenance of personnel records
The department also interprets employment laws, and interacts with union leadership, civil service commission, labor management groups, health insurance personnel, chamber of commerce groups, and many others.
Thank you for your interest in employment with the City of Piqua. The Human Resources Department will accept applications only when a job opening exists. When an opening is announced you can apply online.
Applications are reviewed and then interviews will be scheduled. Due to the high volume of response for posted vacancies, the process may take several weeks. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The City of Piqua maintains a policy of equal employment opportunity for all applicants and current employees. This includes employment, training, job placement, and advancement opportunities. The City attempts to provide meaningful employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals in a non-discriminatory manner. No qualified individual will be discriminated against because of age, race, religion, color, sex, national origin, ethnic heritage, sexual orientation, political affiliation, veteran status or handicap. If an employee or applicant has a complaint related to discrimination, the Human Resources Department will attempt to resolve it in a timely and conciliatory manner.
The Human Resources Department is under the leadership of Human Resources Director, Catherine Bogan, and reports directly to the City Manager.