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Human Resources

It is the mission of the Office of Human Resources to provide professional human resources services to support departments in accomplishing the Town’s mission and promoting workforce development.

The Office of Human Resources provides services to the community through its recruitment and training of Town employees, and in the administration of employee benefits and compensation.

Human Resources (HR) also assists other departments within the Town, in meeting their staffing goals, promoting equal opportunities, managing job performance and interpreting policy. Furthermore, HR supports employees and their supervisors in reconciling differences and achieving harmony to promote effective work relationships that adhere to the values of the Town of Spring Lake.

The Office of Human Resources is responsible for developing and administering a personnel program that includes employment, labor relations, benefits, compensation, staff training and development, health and wellness, as well as the development of any related policies.

The Town of Spring Lake is committed to maintaining a diverse workforce and to treating employees fairly and equitably. Consistent with its philosophy on human resource management, the Town promotes respect and equal dignity of all people.

Information may also be obtained by visiting Town Hall located at 300 Ruth Street, Spring Lake, NC.

For a list of current employment opportunities, click here.

The Office of Human Resources can be contacted by phone, fax, mail or e-mail.
300 Ruth Street
Spring Lake, NC 28390
phone: (910) 985-1827
fax: (910) 436 -0298

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The Town of Spring Lake • 300 Ruth Street • Spring Lake, NC 28390 Town Hall: (910) 436-0241 • Water Department: (910) 703 – 8912

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