The Administrative Services Department provides support to all City departments and consists of the following functions:

Administration

Isaiah Hagerman
Director of Administrative Services
isaiahh@ranchomirageca.gov 
 
Gloria Griego
Contract Specialist
gloriag@ranchomirageca.gov
 
Britt Wilson
Management Analyst
brittw@ranchomirageca.gov 
 
Letty Gallegos-Gallardo
Human Resource Specialist
lettyg@ranchomirageca.gov
 
Emergency Services
Additionally, the Department is responsible for Emergency Services and acts as the liaison between the City and the Sheriff’s Department and CalFire/Riverside County Fire Department. 

69-825 Highway 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Phone: (760) 324-4511
Isaiah Hagerman, Director of Administrative Services isaiahh@ranchomirageca.gov.

Human Resources/Risk Management
Personnel provides the following centralized human resources functions:

  • Recruitment and selection processes;
  • Performs compensation and classification studies;
  • Administers employee benefit programs;
  • Promotes employee relations and performance;
  • Administers employee evaluation program;
  • Manages labor relations, including negotiations and mediation;
  • Directs Safety and OSHA compliance;
  • Administers Workers’ Compensation program, and
  • Maintains and ensures compliance with Federal and State mandates such as OSHA, FLSA, CFRA, FEHA, PDLL, ADA, FMLA and EEO.

The goal of our Human Resources division is to attract and retain a highly talented and qualified workforce with a desire to serve the City of Rancho Mirage.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY   The City of Rancho Mirage is an equal employment opportunity employer and we encourage all persons to file applications.  Applicants will be considered regardless of race, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientations, gender, gender identity, gender expression, family or marital status, disability, mental condition or pregnancy, genetic information, religious or political affiliation, or veteran status.

ACCOMMODATION NEEDED FOR APPLICATION/TESTING  If you believe you have a need for an accommodation during the application procedure or need special testing arrangements please call (760) 324-4511 or (888) 877-5379 TDD.

Should you have any questions please contact our Human Resources Specialist, Letty Gallegos-Gallardo at (760) 324-4511, Ext. 231 or via email at lettyg@ranchomirageca.gov.

Information Services
The Information Services Division of the Department of Administrative Services plans, maintains and manages the City’s computerized information systems and communication networks. Services include network management security and email administration, project management, desktop support, server maintenance and operation, training, vendor management, radio systems and office equipment. 69-825 Highway 111 Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 Phone: (760) 324-4511 Fax: (760) 324-8830 Isaiah Hagerman, Director of Administrative Services, isaiahh@ranchomirageca.gov.  
Enterprise System - SB272

Enterprise System
Senate Bill 272 – California Public Records Act

An Enterprise System, as defined by Senate Bill 272, is a software application or computer system that collects, stores, exchanges, and analyzes information an agency uses that is both of the following:

  • A multi-departmental system or a system that contains information collected about the public
  • A system that serves as a ‘system of record’ or an original source of data within an agency

Click to view City of Rancho Mirage Enterprise System Catalog

Requirements

  1. Create a catalog of enterprise systems containing:
    • Current system vendor
    • Current system product
    • System’s purpose
    • Description of categories or types of data
    • Department that is the prime custodian of the data
    • Frequency that system data is collected
    • Frequency that system data is updated
  2. To make the catalog publicly available upon request
  3. To post the catalog in a prominent location on the agency’s website

To read the text of Senate Bill 272: See External Links below.

External Links:  California Legislative Information Site:  Senate Bill 272

Non Profit Funding

In 1990, the City Council implemented a special assistance funds program for nonprofits that have a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. Funds are set aside each fiscal year for the purpose of allocation to community groups and organizations that provide special activities, programs or services to the citizens of the community.

The number and variety of funding requests made to the City have increased over the years. In order to provide guidance to those groups and organizations that may wish to request funds, City staff in coordination with the SAF Subcommittee prepared guidelines and policies for the allocation of funds.

Program Objectives

The overall objectives of the City of Rancho Mirage special assistance funding program are:

  • Protection and improvement of the living environment for the residents of Rancho Mirage;
  • Assistance to low and moderate-income households and special population groups such as the elderly, in meeting basic needs; and,
  • Enabling residents to increase or improve his/her capacity to deal with problems over the long-term without continuing public assistance.