Human Resources Director

Nestled in the magnificent setting of the Texas Hill Country, Boerne (pronounced “Bernie”) is only minutes north of San Antonio, is home to 16,076, and is the county seat of Kendall County, currently the nation’s seventh fastest growing county. Boerne has a rich cultural history, thriving local economy, and an abundance of cultural and entertainment amenities. Boerne is a home-rule city with a council-manager form of government. A professional City Manager is hired by the Council to manage the day-to-day operations of the City. The City is a full-service municipality, providing general administrative services, animal services, library, police and fire protection, emergency management, parks and recreation services, planning, public improvements, streets, and utilities (electric, water, wastewater, and reclaimed water). The Human Resources Director plans, implements, directs, and maintains the City’s personnel services and maintains staffing to ensure the personnel function of the City conforms to city, state, and federal requirements. The City has an annual budget of $82,558,562 and 255 full-time and 29 part-time seasonal employees. The City of Boerne seeks an energetic, customer-focused leader to develop a high-performing human resources staff and a collaborative team of dedicated City employees. A bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, or a related field is required. A minimum of two years of municipal experience as a human resources director or assistant human resources director is preferred. The selected candidate must be bondable and possess a valid Texas driver’s license. Any equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be considered. The City of Boerne offers a starting salary of $82,971, depending on qualifications and experience. View complete position profile and apply online at: For more information on this position contact: Mike Tanner, Senior Vice President Strategic Government Resources