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- Benefit Summaries
The benefit summaries are intended only to be summaries for general information purposes and are not intended to be, not should the be relied upon, as a full and complete statement of the current benefits
- Full-Time Class Specifications
Full-Time Class Specifications (Job Descriptions) for all City of Omaha full-time positions.
- General Job Duties - Part-Time/Seasonal *
Current list of Part-Time/Seasonal positions for the City of Omaha
* There are some Full-Time positions the city is authorized to hire personnel Part-Time. For these positions please refer to their Full-Time Class Specification (Job Description).
- Employee Groups
The City has eight employee groups & unions. In each section are contracts, benefit summaries, pay scales and contact information for each group or union.
- Executive Orders
Policies and directives issued by the Mayor's Office.
- Employment Verification
Starting Monday November 21, 2011 the City of Omaha begins using The Work Number for employment and income verification of current and retired City employees. The following links are to a brief description of The Work Number and a quick reference sheet you can print then supply to a Verifier for employment and/or income verification. Click the Employment Vefifcation link above for more details.
Forms and lists provided by or through the Human resources Department (employment applications, tuition reimbursement, holidays, department directors, etc.).
- HR Policies
New and revised policies established by the Human Resources Department, with the input from City employees, and approved by the Human Resources Board.
- On the Job
The City of Omaha's monthly employee newsletter.
- Pay Plans
Salaries based on current bargaining unit agreements; codes, class titles, pay ranges and pay steps.
- Performance Appraisal System Civilian, Fire and Police
Regular evaluation forms, 360 degree evaluation forms and training materials. These forms are only available through the Human Resources Site on the City's Intranet. To access the Performance Appraisals you must be logged into a computer connected to the City's Network.
- Personnel Board
Agendas, annotated agendas and minutes of Personnel Board meetings.
- Retirement Systems
Agendas, annotated agendas and minutes of Retirement Board of Trustees' meeting
- Union Contracts
Collective bargaining agreements between the City of Omaha and Professional Firefighters Association of Omaha, local No. 385, The Omaha Police Union, local No. 101, The Omaha City Employees, local no 251.
- City of Omaha Municipal Code
The municipal code is the document that is the foundation for how the City of Omaha government is chartered and run.