Human Resources

The Human Resources function of the City Management Department administers programs including employee education and development, labor and employee relations, human resource planning, and equal opportunity reporting. Walter C. Blessed is the city's Human Resources Director.

This office is responsible for developing a Human Resource Plan to determine staffing levels for full-time, part-time, seasonal employees, and contractual services. Labor negotiations and grievance processing are conducted with 13 different bargaining units representing over 99% of the City’s workforce.

The Office of Human Resources assures that the City meets all equal employment requirements by monitoring all areas of employment practices and completing annual state and federal reporting requirements.
The City Clerk is accepting applications for Election Inspectors for the upcoming elections.
​Adult Election Inspectors:
​Dates: Primary - August 2, 2016 - General - November 8, 2016
​Time: 6:00 a.m. thru approximately 10:00 p.m. Place: Local polling locations
​Pay:  Minimum of $150 per each election - paid training, if selected
​Required: Registered to vote in Michigan - attend training before Election Day - attention to detail - computer knowledge preferred

​Student Election Inspectors (voter registration requirement waived)
​Dates: Primary - August 2, 2016 - General - November 8, 2016
​Time: 10:30 a.m. thru 8:30 p.m.  Place: Local polling locations
​Pay: $80 for each election - paid training, if selected
​Required: 16 or 17 years old - attend training before Election Day - attention to detail - computer knowledge preferred
​Please review attached job description for more information
​Please print out and complete the attached job application/background authorization and return to the City Clerk's office.
​Sterling Heights City Clerk
​40555 Utica Road
​Sterling Heights, 48313
​P: 586-446-2420  F: 586-276-4077 email: vote@sterling-heights.net