Human Resources


The Reno County Human Resources Department was established by formal resolution in 1991 and is charged with maintaining County compliance with employment laws and for providing County Human Resource management functions.

On average, Reno County has 400 employees including temporary/seasonal and standby positions within a total of 10 different buildings. There are 19 departments that make up Reno County.

Reno County strives to promote diversity in the workplace and allow chances for growth and career opportunities. Individuals of all ages, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, religious affiliations, national origins, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The true value of our organization is our employees and the services they provide to our community.

Reno County does not discriminate against individuals in the admission to, or employment in, county programs or activities.

Are you interested in learning more about Reno County?

Visit our Employment Opportunities page for more information about employment opportunities and employment benefits.

The Department of Health and Human Services’, Transparency in Coverage Rule, requires health plans to create a member-facing price comparison tool and post publicly available machine-readable files. These files must be updated monthly and include in-network negotiated payment rates and historical out-of-network charges for covered items and services, including prescription drugs.  The purpose of this Rule is to help you know the cost of your healthcare before receiving the care.  Use the following to access this information-