Human Resources


Volunteers Needed!


The Board of Selectmen is currently accepting letters of interest from Clinton residents to fill positions on various Town boards and committees. Letters should be submitted to the Town Administrator, 242 Church Street, or via email to no later than May 28, 2021 for consideration. Interviews with the Board of Selectmen will then be scheduled for a future meeting. Please be sure to include your address and a daytime phone number. 

Questions should be directed to the Town Administrator

  • Cultural Commission
  • Historical Commission
  • Zoning Board of Appeals
  • Personnel  

Town of Clinton- Open Roles

Parks & Rec

Clinton Public School

The Human Resources Department is a shared resource supporting Town departments and Clinton Public Schools' regular, seasonal and temporary employees and retirees on issues relating to: administering the personnel bylaws, policies and procedures; maintaining employee classification and compensation plans; monitoring personnel actions of all Town departments to ensure compliance with policies and regulations; managing the recruitment and selection of new employees; coordinating orientation, training, and employee recognition activities; providing workers' compensation case management; designing and administering employee benefit programs. The Human Resources Department advises the Town Administrator on related issues; advises department supervisors and employees on personnel matters; and assists in labor negotiations and contract administration.



2021 Equal Employment Opportunity, Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Policy Distribution

It is the policy of the Town of Clinton 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.

Massachusetts Equal Pay Law

Guidance on The Pregnant Workers Fairness Act 

2021 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 Town Clerk 

Massachusetts State Ethics Commission Disclosure Forms

 Conflict of Interest Law Disclosure 

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


We have been experiencing a substantial amount of fraudulent employment claims being filed. If you have had a fraudulent claim for unemployment benefits filed in your name, please report this to the Division of Unemployment Assistance by clicking on the following link 

Unemployment fraud reporting form |