Welcome to the City of Horn Lake Human Resources home page. This page provides you with quick links to the variety of information and services provided by Human Resources. Easily accessible are links to the Online Employment System, Job Openings, Job Descriptions, and Employment Frequently Asked Questions as well as details to Insurance Plans and Retirement Benefits offered to City employees. As the city's Human Resource and Deputy City Clerk, it is my goal to always put the employee first and seek opportunities that will benefit the City, the employees, and the citizens of the community.
The Human Resources Department provides direct service and policy direction to all city departments and 200 employees in accordance with the policies and programs of the Mayor and Board of Aldermen and is responsible for administering the city's benefits programs, including but not limited to:
Group health, dental and vision insurance
Life / AD & D insurance
Family and Medical Leave Act
Equal Employment Opportunity
Supplemental benefits such as: Accident, Critical Illness and Short Term Disability
This department strives to maintain a high-quality work environment with competitive compensation and benefits. We seek to engage, attract, develop, support and retain the best workforce to provide exceptional customer service to Horn Lake residents.
Medical (Employee is paid at 100%, Dependent coverage is subsidized to offset costs to the employee).
Life Insurance ($30,000 paid by Employer)
Short Term Disability
Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a qualifying event: A) A qualifying event is a change in a person’s life that created the need to add, cancel, increase or change coverage.
Examples of qualifying events: A) Marriage/divorce, B) Birth or adoption, C) Coverage loss of a spouse and D) Loss of other coverage
How long do I have to submit a change to coverage? A) Changes must be submitted to Human Resources within 30 days of the qualifying event. Otherwise, you will have to wait until the next open enrollment period to change coverage.
How long can my child(ren) stay on my insurance? A) Child(ren) may remain until he/she turns 26 years of age.
What is the contact information for Human Resources?