Welcome to the Human Resources Department! During the current COVID-19 pandemic, while the County of El Paso is working to ensure the safest and most responsible work environment for our organization and the community, we are currently engaging in a telework schedule. We are actively reading emails and listening to voicemails each day in an effort to ensure a timely response. Should you need to reach any of our HR staff, please click here for our Team Directory. Please leave a detailed message for the staff member who may best serve you, and your call will be returned as soon as reasonably possible. You are also welcome to call the main HR line at (915) 546-2218, or submit an email to email@example.com. Thank you!
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County of El Paso's Mother-Friendly Worksite Program
The County of El Paso supports all employees and visitors who choose to breastfeed and has been designated a mother-friendly worksite by the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Justice of the Peace #4
“For the past five years, I have tremendously enjoyed the opportunities afforded by the El Paso County to continue fueling my desire to innovate, accept new challenges and implement new ideas to further advance the vision and commitment to its constituents. I am so proud to be part of this organization. Thank you EP County!"
Lead Animal Welfare Officer
“The Animal Welfare Department provides a voice for those that cannot speak for themselves. For the past 5 years, the County has given me the opportunity to combine both my passion for animal law enforcement and animal welfare, all while serving the community that I love and grew up in. It is a privilege to work with a dedicated team of individuals that share the same compassion. I look forward to continuing to serve my community through The County of El Paso.”
HR Generalist, Int
“It has been a true honor to serve the El Paso County for over 20 years. The experiences and opportunities during my career have been amazing and rewarding. I love serving our employees who serve the community. As my professional responsibility, I will continue to enhance their welfare and happiness.”
“During my nine years with County Purchasing, most recently in a management position, I've had the privilege of being directly involved in the transition to a nationally recognized agency of excellence. It is a great feeling to know that I can help my fellow County employees navigate the complex laws under which we operate.”
“I have been with the County for over 5 years. The learning experiences and opportunities have been very fulfilling. Thank you to the management and all my co-workers for helping me with my professional development. l'm fortunate to be a part of the County family and look forward to many more years."
Probate Court No. 1
“For the past 7 years, it has been my honor to work for the County of El Paso and be a part of the Probate Court No. 1 family. Each day, I am eager to come to work and serve the community alongside the most selfless and hard-working team, which stems from the leadership of Judge Patricia B. Chew. Together, we proudly serve the community and advocate for those who cannot advocate for themselves."
Sr. Policy Advisor
County Judge’s Office
“For over the past 8 years, it has been such an honor to be a part of the El Paso County family and to learn and work with so many talented and compassionate leaders and visionaries. It’s been a blessing to have the opportunity to truly make a positive impact in the community we all love and call home which has been the most rewarding experience in my career thus far."
Lt. Aileen Galindo
EP County Detention Facility
“My role in detention for the last 18 years has been nothing short of gratifying. I’ve been afforded many opportunities for advancement and feel truly fulfilled with my career choice. Working alongside highly qualified and trained personnel has proven that “Serving with Pride” is not only our motto…it’s a way of life."
Leading diverse human resources through innovation, superior service and unified partnerships.
Values are statements about how we treat each other and our customers in the accomplishment of our work. Our values guide our actions as we move forward. The County’s Human Resources Department relies heavily on one another to ensure our vision is carried out uniformly to County employees and members of the public. As such, the HR team recognizes its need to work with each division as they acquire EPIC knowledge, skills and camaraderie with the upmost Loyalty in the sense any successful team might do.
Training and Development
To encourage and create a workforce that is knowledgeable, capable and proficient. Recruiting, Selecting and Retaining
To create an effective, productive and efficient workforce by applying the appropriate measures to recruit, select and retain the best possible employees.
Provide a Safe, Healthy and Accessible Environment
To create a setting in which all employees, customers and the public can enjoy with equal accessibility Employee Relations
To plan, implement and enforce policies that are consistent, reasonable and fair to all County employees Administration
To provide and manage quality processes and service administration using limited resources to their maximum potential