Human Resources

The Human Resources Department provides support services to the City and its personnel in accordance with Federal, State and City guidelines. Aside from its daily administrative and supportive responsibilities, Human Resources is also committed to the organization of activities including:

  • Recruitment and Selection
  • Job classification and Compensation
  • Administration of Employee Benefits
  • Employee Relations
  • Conflict Resolution

HIPAA Policy (PDF)
HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices (PDF)
FMLA Policy (PDF)
FMLA Leave Request Form (PDF)
Title VI Policy (PDF)
Limited English Proficiency Plan (PDF)

All full-time employees of the City of Cadillac fall within five groups.

Group


Association Name


Number of Employees


Administrative EmployeesNon-Union25
Police Command OfficersCommand Officers Association of Michigan5
Police OfficersPolice Officers Association of Michigan10
FirefightersInternational Association of Firefighters11
Street Department / UtilitiesUnited Steelworkers Association23

In order to ensure equal employment opportunity for all applicants and maintain compliance with federal law, the City of Cadillac does not accept job applications from prospective employees unless a position has been officially posted.

Applicants interested in applying for one of the city's posted employment opportunities should submit a completed, signed official City of Cadillac Employment Application (available at the municipal complex or download from our website) to: 

Human Resources
City of Cadillac
200 N. Lake Street
Cadillac MI 49601

NOTE: The City does not accept applications received after the closing date listed on the Job Posting.

Equal Employment Opportunity
The City of Cadillac is a Drug Free Workplace and an Equal Opportunity (EEO) Employer. The City of Cadillac does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, marital status, national origin, disability or genetic information.