Human Resources

 The City of Sherwood's Office of Human Resources provides a supportive and productive work environment for our nearly 300 employees. We provide employee services that include individualized benefits and retirement counseling, job-related training programs, and personal development seminars. Our employees play a key role in delivering on the goal of providing high quality services for our community. From after-school care services to supporting the personal and social needs of our City's seniors in the City, the work of our employees is an important part of maintaining the high quality of life for the citizens of Sherwood.

Benefits & Retirement


The City is committed to providing our employees with a competitive salary and benefit program. We offer our full-time employees a variety of benefit plans to meet their personal needs. All employees participate in 1 of the 4 retirement plans available through the City of Sherwood. Employees may also contribute on an unmatched basis toward their personal retirement through our deferred compensation plan. For more specific information about the City of Sherwood's benefit program, contact the Office of Human Resources.

Job Postings


All current job opportunities available with the City of Sherwood will be posted outside of the Office of Human Resources, located in the City Administration Building. To be considered for employment with the City of Sherwood, you must complete an Employment Application and return it to our office. If you believe that you have the skills and talent to be a part of our organization, we encourage you to apply by coming by our Office during normal business hours, or mailing an Employment Application with your resume to:

Applications


If you are interested in full-time, part-time, or seasonal employment with the City of Sherwood you are encouraged to complete an Application for Employment (PDF). The City is committed to providing our employees with a competitive salary and benefit program. We offer our full-time employees a variety of benefit plans to meet their personal needs. All employees must participate in the City of Sherwood 457(b) deferred compensation retirement plan, contributing a minimum of 3% of their salary. For more specific information about the City of Sherwood's benefit program, contact the Office of Human Resources.

To be considered for a current job opening, the City of Sherwood requires a completed application. Resumes are not considered a formal application. Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date. Applications may be downloaded (PDF) or obtained at the Human Resources Office, 2199 E Kiehl Avenue, Sherwood. Applications can be:
  • Mailed to the Human Resources:
    P.O. Box 6256
    Sherwood, AR 72124
  • Faxed to 501-833-2180
However, they must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the closing date.