Human Resources

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Director of Community Development Job (open until filled)
The Village of Brookfield is seeking an innovative, visionary leader with proven experience who will challenge processes to ensure smart growth to serve as its next Community Development Director.  For more information on the position, please check out the Community Development Director Job Brochure.  For a full job description, and to complete an employment application, please click here or click the above button "View All Village Employee Opportunities".  


The Human Resources division of the Village Manager’s Office is the central coordinating point for attracting, retaining, and motivating qualified employees to excellence in public service.  Human Resources strategically partners with operating departments and employees to provide assistance and guidance in all areas of employment including:

  • Recruitment, Selection, and Retention of Village Staff
  • Compensation and Benefits
  • Staff Development and Training
  • Personnel Policy Administration
  • Labor Relations and Contract Negotiations
  • Risk Management and Employee Safety 
Human Resources Office ContactBrad Mitchell
HR Manager
Office: 708-485-1360
bmitchell@brookfieldil.gov

Risk Management Human Resources provides oversight of the Village’s risk management and safety programs.  The Village is a member of a self-governed risk pool, the Intergovernmental Risk Management Agency (IRMA), which provides general liability, worker’s compensation, property, and other insurance coverages/programs for the Village.  

Board of Fire and Police CommissionersHuman Resources supports the Board of Fire and Police Commissioners as it carries out the duties delegated by State of Illinois statutes, the Village of Brookfield Code, and collective bargaining agreements in matters of sworn Fire and Police recruitment, testing, selection, promotion, appointment, and disciplinary proceedings.  

Disclosures and Notices Transparency in Coverage Final Rules – Machine-Readable Files

The Transparency in Coverage final rule, released on 10/29/20, requires health plans and carriers to publicly disclose pricing information via machine-readable files (MRFs). MRFs are intended for third party technology developers, as they are written in computer code, not English.

Listed below is the URL for NSEBC’s MRFs.

Collective Bargaining Agreements