The Bureau of Human Resource Management's (BHRM) mission is to provide efficient, effective and high-quality human resource management processes that attract, develop and retain key talent. Our page highlights information that is important to the employees we serve.
Mission - Provide efficient, effective and high-quality human resource management processes that attract, develop and retain key talent.
Vision - Our vision is to excel in a dynamic administrative environment by leveraging all available resources to reach our performance goals while strategically supporting the agency’s enterprise, workforce productivity and human capital.
Integrity - We operate honorably, ethically and respectfully with our customers and each other.
Accountability - We take personal ownership for our actions and responsibilities.
Communication - We operate transparently by sharing information frequently and honestly.
Innovation - We continuously seek innovative ways to improve our operations to protect and restore the environment.
Service - We serve our communities and work to enhance our stakeholders' experience.
The HR Staff is comprised of four teams that provide support and guidance in all areas of Human Resource Management for the Department of Environmental Protection.
The Employee Relationsteam handles areas that affect the employment relationship. Through consultation and resource development, we assist individuals and managers with fostering positive working relationships through effective communication, conflict resolution and managing expectations.
The Payroll, Benefits, Attendance & Leave, and Organizational Management team handles all payroll processing actions including PAR approvals, employee onboarding, separations, attendance and leave, benefits (insurance, retirement, DROP). PBAL personnel also coordinate the proper handling of all workers compensation claims and employee return to work statuses. The Organizational Management team handles all classification and organizational management. This includes all FTE position classification actions, e.g., position description updates, FTE reclassification requests, reorganizations, role code and supervisory changes, funding changes, questions regarding foreign national employment, financial disclosure, telework, 411 updates, OPS position changes, pre and post-job offer processes, I-9 and E-Verify processing. They also handle OPS position actions and the DEP pre-employment process.
The Recruitment and Selection team handles our talent management selection, EEO/Affirmative Action Plan, Veterans’ Preference, DEP Internship Program, as well as special projects.
The Human Resource Development (Training) team coordinates a department–wide training program focused on leadership skills development, professional skills enhancement, compliance training and personal enrichment courses presented in classroom and online formats. The HRD team is also responsible for state award programs, tuition waiver processes and the management of HR webpage content, HR forms and directives.
Our HR Team of subject matter experts stand ready to assist as needed.
David Ray, human resource officer
3800 Commonwealth Blvd.
Mail Station 70
Tallahassee, Fla. 32399
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The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.