County Executive's Volunteer Awards
The County Executive's Volunteer Awards ceremony is an opportunity to honor
our dedicated volunteers and share with others the great satisfaction that comes
with volunteering one's time and efforts to a worthy cause.
Department of Human Resources
112 State Street
Albany, NY 12207
Phone: (518) 447-5510
Fax: (518) 447-5586
Evelyn A. Kinnah,
Department of Human Resources Programs and Services
Use your down arrow or the scroll bar to read the list and summaries of the programs and services that are available from the Department of Human Resources. Click on a title for additional information.
If you have any questions about these programs & services, please call us at (518) 447-5510 .
|Albany County Human Rights Commission|
The Commission’s objective is to foster a climate of mutual respect and understanding among all groups in the County. For additional information, please contact the Albany County Human Rights Commission at (518) 447-5510.
|Americans with Disabilities Act|
|The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) establishes a federal prohibition of discrimination against persons with disabilities in employment and ensures equal access for persons with disabilities to public accommodations, public services transportation and telecommunications. For additional information regarding ADA, reasonable accommodations or the 55A Program, contact the Division at (518) 447-5510.
|Contracting and Compliance|
|The Division provides a variety of services to the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) community. The Division performs outreach to publicize requests for proposals let by the county, solicits DBE participation on contracts, and certifies Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises. If you are interested MBE or WBE certification, bid opportunities or upcoming seminars, contact the Division at (518) 447-5510.
|Employment Referral Program|
|The Division of Affirmative Action recruits qualified women, minorities, disabled individuals and veterans for current and future job vacancies. For more information regarding employment opportunities, contact the Division of Affirmative Action at (518) 447-5510.
|Sexual Harassment is any unwelcome verbal, non-verbal or physical advances, statements, or discriminatory remarks of a sexual nature made by someone in the workplace which the recipient finds offensive or objectionable, cause the recipient discomfort or humiliation, or interfere with the recipient’s job performance. For additional information, contact the Division of Affirmative Action at (518) 447-5510.