Human Resources

Responsible for the efficient operation of the City’s personnel system.

The City of Dinuba is an equal opportunity employer (EEO) and is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). If you believe you need accommodation under the ADA in the testing process for any position for which you intend to apply, please contact the Human Resources Department at (559) 591-5903 to request such accommodation.

Download the City of Dinuba Employement ApplicationEmployment opportunities are advertised in the Dinuba Sentinel and various other trade, government or association periodicals specific to the particular recruitment. Employment opportunities are also advertised on this website and can be accessed by clicking the career opportunities menu item to the left. Applications are accepted only for job openings that are currently posted.

THE SELECTION PROCESS: Applications and supporting material will be reviewed and evaluated; applicants who appear to be more qualified in terms of experience, education, and training will be invited to participate further in the process. The selection process may include written examination, oral board interview, department interview, supplemental questions, background investigation, post-offer medical examination, drug screening, physical capacity testing and any other testing that may be deemed necessary. All applicants will be advised on their status in the selection process. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.


Human Resource Services
405 E. El Monte, Dinuba, CA 93618,
ph. (559) 591-5903
fax: (559) 591-3815

A City application is required. Postmarks are not accepted.


Employment Opportunities

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More Information

Employee Salary Ranges

Dinuba City Employees' Association MOU

Dinuba Firefighters' Association MOU

Dinuba City Police Officers' Association MOU

City Policies

Compensation Study 2013

The City is currently working on a compensation study which has not been performed at the City for at least 30 years. Staff has maintained and retained the Compensation Plan through annual surveys conducted with comparator cities and as needed with reclassifications and new classification development. The new Compensation Plan should recognize changes in service performance levels by City staff, ensure salaries that are commensurate with assigned duties, provide justifiable pay differential between individual classes, and maintain parity with relevant labor markets.

2013 Compensation Study Proposal

2013 Compensation Study RFP

2013 Compensation Study Agreement