Hello! Welcome to the City of Shawnee Human Resources Departmentís website. Our department is staffed with 3 wonderful people ready and willing to help you with any personnel matters within the city of Shawnee. Our office is located at City Hall, 16 West 9th Street, on the main floor in Room 242. This is located directly behind the City Commission Chambers.
Please enjoy our website and we hope that you find all of the information you are looking for. If you do not, our office is open Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
If you have questions about employment, please contact Jennifer Greenland at (405) 878-1669. If you have questions about compensation, benefits, or employee relations, please feel free to contact Tammy Johnson at (405) 878-1626. If you need information concerning workerís compensation and safety issues, please feel free to contact Safety Officer Terry Cook at (405) 878-1669.
We hope your experience with our new website and/or contact with our office is a pleasant one. You can scroll down and read our thought for the month, departmental mission statement, core services, and the commitment we make each day. If I can be of any assistance to you, please do not hesitate to call me or any of the staff listed above. We hope you have a great day.
HRís Mission Statement
We provide quality Human Resource service to attract, develop, motivate, and retain a diverse workforce within a supportive work environment.
Our core services and competencies include recruitment and staffing, organizational and employee development, safety management, compensation and benefits, human resource management, labor relations, equal employment opportunities, which work together to foster a work environment that attracts and inspires excellence in people.
We are committed to providing high quality service to all prospective, current and past employees and to treating individuals with respect, good care, and individual attention from their first inquiries with the City of Shawnee.
Thought for the Month of October
"You cannot raise a man up by calling him down."--William Boetcker