Human Resources

Human Resources Operations During Covid-19 Pandemic

A member of the HR team is available by phone or email at HR@nantucket-ma.gov Monday through Friday 8am-4pm. A lock box outside of Town Hall (broad street entrance) is being used for deliveries. There is also a secure drop box inside Town Hall outside of the HR door.

Mission Statement

The Human Resources Department is committed to providing Town of Nantucket municipal employees a safe, equitable, positive and productive work environment. We strive to empower our employees to offer exceptional customer service to our community through our leadership in all areas of recruitment, hiring, benefits, employee relations, training and development.

Useful Information

Nantucket Staffing Study Report - December 2018

2020 Equal Employment Opportunity, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy Distribution

It is the policy of the Town of Nantucket to promote a professional and productive workplace in which all employees are treated with dignity and respect. Employees are expected to act in a positive manner and contribute to a productive work environment that is free from harassing or disruptive activity. Annually the Human Resources Department will circulate the policy and require all employees to return acknowledgement of receipt that they have read the policy and have been given the opportunity to ask questions.

2020 Ethics Compliance Requirements

The State Ethics Commission wishes to remind all municipal employees that all employees are required to review the Summary of the Conflict of Interest Law annually. Every year employees must also complete the Conflict of Interest Law Online Training. Certificates should be returned to HR@nantucket-ma.gov . If you do not remember the date of your last online training, please contact Human Resources.

Massachusetts State Ethics Commission Disclosure Forms
Disclosure forms and instructions for public employees to use to comply with the conflict of interest law, G.L. c. 268A