Welcome to the Human Resources Department!

The City recognizes public service work is honorable and important, and our employees proudly serve those who call Clinton home. Human Resources acts to engage and serve employees as they provide superior service to the Clinton Community.

Angela Sylvester, PHR, SHRM-CP
Human Resources Manager
Phone: (865)259-1106

Verification of EmploymentFax verification of employment forms to
(865) 457-4651

Job Opportunities Employee Benefits Employee of the Quarter Employment Law Notice Idea Box

Our Goals

The goal of Human Resources is to function as a supportive partner by providing a full range of high-quality services to City departments, employees and the public. This role encompasses the following functions:

  • Maintain a positive environment that treats employees with courtesy, fairness and respect while promoting professionalism;
  • Provides guidance on compliance with policies and best practices of Human Resource Management;
  • Serve as a strategic partner in making Clinton a desirable place to work for those who are dedicated to serving the community by attracting and retaining a diverse and productive workforce;
  • Protect the City and its employees from losses due to injuries and accidents.

Equal Opportunity Employer

The City of Clinton is dedicated to providing equal opportunity for employment to all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other protected class.

Form I-9

The City of Clinton hires only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized workers. All selected applicants are required to complete Section 1 of federal Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification) and to provide identification and either proof of U.S. citizenship or proof of authorization to work in the United States.

Employee of the Quarter Nomination Form

City of Clinton Employee of the Quarter Nomination Form
City of Clinton employees take pride in serving our charming community! 
Recognizing there are great employees providing service to our residents and guests, an Employee of the Quater recognition program has been created. 

An employee or citizen may recognize a City of Clinton employee for going the extra mile, having an idea that improved a work process, having an idea which increaded the effciency of service, set a good example for others, handled a challenging situation or exemplified stellar service!An employee is eligible for one quarterly award in any calendar year. All nominations will be reviewed by the Employee Engagement Committee, EEC.

 It’s as easy as completing the online nominating form below.

Current Employee of the Quarter

We would like to congratulate the winner(s) of the Employee of the Quarter are Stephanie Stair and Brandon Floyd in the first ever tie since Employee of the Quarter’s inception. Due to the outstanding nominations, we felt that there was no reason to give it to both deserving candidates. Each has demonstrated behavior and service that the City of Clinton is proud to see in its employees.

Stephanie Stair’s nomination: “A family called in about an autistic boy who no one showed up for his birthday party. Ms. Stair took it upon herself to arrange for the boy to come down to the police station where officers celebrated with the child, and it meant a lot to the child and his family. I believe that this exemplifies what we stand for as the City of Clinton. She could have easily said that it wasn’t a police matter but chose to go above and beyond in service above self.”

Brandon Floyd’s nomination: “I nominate Brandon Floyd for all he does in training, he always goes above and beyond. The leadership training given to city employees was excellent. He really cares about making us as a person and us as a city better. He also provides the police department with the best possible training. He provides over 2000 hours of specialized training a year to the police department with minimal cost to the city. He also assisted other agencies with training. Brandon is our field training supervisor and as such he is responsible for all the new recruits through their training, he instills a positive and professional attitude. He is a strong mentor to several of the guys. Last month he coordinated and supervised a major upgrade to the PDs firing range using inmate labor saving the city thousands of dollars.”

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