Heads of Human Resources make decisions around the recruitment and hiring of employees along with their subsequent training and development. Power Almanac phone-verifies and updates the contact information for 1,000’s of Heads of HR so you can connect with the right decision makers.

Head of Human Resources Contact Information Collected

Power Almanac collects the following information for every role, including Head of Human Resources, so you can build and maintain the best local government email lists and mailing lists possible.

  • Official’s First Name
  • Official’s Last Name
  • Official’s Title
  • Official’s Role
  • Official’s Mailing Address – Street/Box number
  • Official’s Mailing Address – Suite Number
  • Official’s Mailing Address – City
  • Official’s Mailing Address – State
  • Official’s Mailing Address -Zip Code
  • Official’s Phone Number 
  • Official’s Phone Number Extension
  • Official’s Email Address

Responsibilities

To qualify as a Head of Human Resources in Power Almanac, the person must perform one or more of the following primary responsibilities:

  • Recruiting and helping to hire new employees
  • Arrange for the training and development of employees
  • Develop and administer the local government’s employment policies
  • Administer “employee recognition” programs
  • Ensure safe working conditions for the local government’s employees

Reporting Structure and Occurrence

In many governments (especially smaller ones), the HR function will be performed by a single person.  This person may or may not have other responsibilities in addition to the responsibilities listed above.   NOTE: This person could “sit” within groups or departments that don’t seem like HR.  For example, the Head of HR could be:

  • Within the finance function, or even the same person who is the head of finance
  • Within the clerk function, or even the same person who is the head clerk
  • Within the office of the top appointed official, or even the same person who is the top appointed official

Titles You Might Expect

  • Human Resources Director
  • Human Resources Manager
  • HR Director
  • Director of Human Resources
  • HR Manager
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Personnel Director
  • Human Resources Coordinator
  • Human Resource Director
  • Human Resources Administrator

Surprising Titles

  • City Clerk
  • City Administrator
  • City Manager
  • Town Clerk
  • City Clerk/Treasurer
  • Town Manager
  • Mayor
  • Town Clerk/Treasurer
  • Town Administrator
  • City Secretary

300,000 Local Government Decision-Making Contacts are a Click Away

GOVERNMENT-WIDE ROLES:

  • Top Appointed Executive (e.g. the City/County Manager)
  • Deputy Top Appointed Executive (e.g. the Assistant City/County Manager)
  • Top Elected Official (e.g. the Mayor)
  • Governing Board Members (e.g. the Council Members)

HEAD/CHIEF OF:

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