Human Resources Director

Chino Valley Fire District


Chino Hills, CA 91709-5442


$161,844 – $196,726
per year

To apply for the Human Resources Director position, please forward your
 resume and cover letter to:



Under general direction of the Fire Chief, plans, directs and manages all aspects of the Fire District's Human Resources and Risk Management activities, including recruitment, classification, compensation, benefits, discipline, labor relations, workers' compensation, general liability, and insurance; advises Fire Chief and other management staff on a variety of Human Resources and Risk Management issues; and completes special assignments in support of the Fire Chief.

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The Chino Valley Fire District offers a great competitive compensation and benefits package:

  • Salary: $161,844.84 - $196,726.44 annually (Final compensation depends on qualifications)
  • $1,465 per month to offset the cost of District provided health, dental, and/or vision insurance
  • $350,000 in life insurance coverage and an additional $100,000 accidental death and dismemberment coverage
  • $950 per month employer contribution to deferred compensation
  • $250 per month specialty pay for an advanced degree/certification (Master's, EFO, JD, CPA, or equivalent)

Effective July 1, 2022

  • Salary: 2.5% increase
  • Benefits allotment: $50 increase per month 
  • Deferred compensation: $50 increase per month

The District contracts with CalPERS for the following retirement plans and contract provisions:

Classic Miscellaneous 

  • 2.5 @55 Employees will pay full 11% contribution
  • Employer paid member contributions reported as "compensation earnable"
  • Single highest year
  • 4th level survivor benefit
  • Section 21623.5 - $5,000 retired death benefit

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Job Requirements

The ideal candidate must have knowledge of and experience with principles and practices of labor relations, including negotiation and contract administration. Be knowledgeable in federal, state, and local laws, regulations and court decisions applicable to Human Resources and Risk Management.

Incumbent must have the ability to identify complex personnel management issues; perform difficult analyses and research; evaluate alternatives and develop conclusions and recommendations. Must be able to present information clearly, logically and persuasively in public settings.

A bachelor's degree in a job related field from an accredited college or university is required for this position. As well as six years of progressively responsible Human Resources and Risk Management experience, and at least two years at a supervisory and/or management capacity.

How to Apply

This recruitment will close once a sufficiently strong pool of candidates has been established.

Interested and qualified applicants may apply for this opportunity by submitting a cover letter and resume to: