Welcome to Human Resources
In accordance with the Bi-County Health Officer directive and to protect the health of our customers and employees, the Human Resources’ Department will be closed to the public, effective March 20, 2020. If you need to reach the department, please call (530) 822-7113.
The Sutter County Department of Human Resources is a centralized human resources office that provides support to almost 1,000 employees at all of our County departments. Our mission is to improve Sutter County, one employee at a time. We perform a full range of services including benefits administration, recruitment, risk management, staff development and labor relations. We are committed to providing quality care and individual attention to all prospective, current and past employees from their first inquiry about job opportunities through retirement.
The Department of Human Resources is committed to providing our employees with an enriching and dynamic work environment that encourages innovation and creativity. Through collaboration with other departments and community partners, we provide equal opportunities for career development and professional growth. We recruit, develop and retain a high performing and diverse workforce and foster a healthy, safe and productive work environment for our employees.
The Department Human Resources offers the most current information for employment opportunities with Sutter County. Employment opportunities are frequently updated and we encourage you to search our website to determine if we have an exciting career opportunity that is right for you. Here is a list of our Open Recruitments.
It's a great time to work for Sutter County!
County of Sutter Rules and Regulations
Equal Employment Opportunity Program
Why Do YOU Work Safe?
Sutter County Human Resources and the Sutter County Safety Committee are kicking off a “Why I Work Safe” Campaign. Safety should always be our number one priority, no matter what role we do or what job title we have, we want everyone to make it home safe at the end of their shift.
In an effort to make it personal for all of our employees we have placed “Why I Work Safe” boards in all County offices. We are encouraging employees to share within their departments why they work safe. From pictures of their family, friends, and pets, to hobbies and achievements whether work related or home related such as kids being mentioned in the newspaper. We hope this Campaign is fun and informative and helps employees stop to think before performing an unsafe act whether on the job or at home.
Please enjoy this special safety video highlighting employees from all of our County departments to shed light on the personal side of safety.