IMPORTANT PUBLIC NOTICES & PRESS RELEASES:

Human Resources

Mission Statement

The Mission of the Coryell County Human Resources Department is to provide expertise and leadership in the activities and services of employment, benefits administration, classification and compensation, employee relations, training and worker's compensation. The Human Resources Department will strive to provide continual service to the employees in an environment that provides trust, mutual respect and sensitivity.

Appointed Official

Terry Aslin
Email hr_department@coryellcounty.org
Phone 254-865-5911 ext 2466 / 254-248-3196

Location

Coryell County Main Street Annex
800 East Main Street Suite A
Gatesville Texas 76528

Hours

8:00 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday.  This office observes County Approved Holidays and is closed for lunch from 12 - 1.

Staff

Kristin Weddle, Human Resources Coordinator
Email kristin.weddle@coryellcounty.org

Services

All employment with Coryell County shall be considered "at will" employment. No contract of employment shall exist between any individual and Coryell County for any duration, either specified or unspecified. No provision of this employee handbook shall be construed as modifying your employment at will status. Coryell County shall have the right to terminate the employment of any employee for any legal reason, or no reason, at any time either with or without notice. However, under no circumstances will an employee’s constitutional rights be violated in the process.

Coryell County shall also have the right to change any condition, benefit, policy, or privilege of employment at any time, with or without notice. Employees of Coryell County shall have the right to leave their employment with the County at any time, with or without notice.

Coryell County is an equal opportunity employer. The county will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, genetic information, pregnancy, veteran status, and disability, or any other condition or status protected by law in hiring, promotion, demotion, raises, termination, training, discipline, use of employee facilities or programs, or any other benefit, condition, or privilege of employment except where required by state or federal law or where a bona fide occupational qualification exists. If an employee needs an accommodation as a result of a condition or status protected by law, please advise the Human Resource Department.