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Human Resources
Contact TypeContact Information
Contact:
HR Manager ext 1532
Address:
1 Portland Avenue
Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
Phone:
207-934-5714 Ext 1532
Fax:
207-934-0755
Hours:
Monday 8-4
Tuesday 8-6
Wednesday 8-4
Thursday 8-4
Friday 8-4
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Mission Statement

The Human Resources Department will attract and retain qualified, productive, motivated and dedicated employees who will provide efficient and effective services to the citizens. The Town recognizes that the Town's employees are a considerable resource that requires investment to ensure that we have the talents and skills needed to meet the needs of the Town.”



TOWN OF OLD ORCHARD BEACH
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY GUIDELINES
Employees
It is the policy of the Town of Old Orchard Beach to provide persons with equal
opportunity for employment. In order to achieve this policy goal, a concerted
effort is being made to conduct the selection process for employees on the basis
of planned, job-related procedures and criteria.
The interview process has therefore been structured to provide job-related
guidelines for discussion and inquiry and should be followed. By its nature,
however, the interview process is dynamic and freer flowing than structured
written examinations. Candidates themselves may even initiate discussion
topics. Nevertheless, the selection committee can strengthen the equity of its
decision process by adhering to the structure which has been prepared and
avoiding discussion in the areas outlined below:
  • Race/color
  • Age
  • Sex
  • Nationality
  • Place of birth
  • Religious orientation –church attendance, etc. Do not inquire as to membership in religious organizations such as the Masons or Knights of Columbus
  • Marital status
  • Handicaps
  • Political affiliation
Those things which are bona fide occupational qualifications are legitimate areas
of inquiry and evaluation. With the possible exception of handicaps, however,
the above list seems to present areas which should be completely avoided in this
process. To the extent that physical performance issues are entailed in this job,
the medical examination is a more appropriate step to which to make initial
assessments.