The Department of Administrative Services consists of the Office of the Administrator, Accounting, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Planning.
The Office of the Administrator’s primary responsibility is to ensure effective implementation of Township Board policies through efficient professional management of all aspects of township government. The Township Administrator serves as the organization’s Chief Administrative Officer and in this capacity is responsible for administration, coordination, and management of all township services and employees, except those reporting directly to an elected official. In addition, the Office of the Administrator is responsible for maintaining a sound financial condition through the development and implementation of Hanover Township’s annual budget.
Accounting includes accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, and investment monitoring. The Community Relations Coordinator serves as the township’s Public Information Officer and is responsible for the resident newsletter, website, social media, external marquee, special event marketing, and outreach to community organizations. Human Resources encompasses recruitment and orientation, employee training and development, risk management, benefits administration, and employee relations. The Assistant to the Administrator coordinates Information Technology support with an external provider and facilitates capital improvement, emergency preparedness, and strategic planning and assessment.
The Facilities & Maintenance Department ensures proper administration of the Township’s buildings and grounds, including seven Township facilities. The department is responsible for custodial services, room and event set up, repair, construction and renovation of all Township buildings and fleet maintenance.
Please click here to view the Hanover Township Annual Operating and Capital Budget FY 2012-2013.
Please click here to view the Hanover Township Quality of Life Index 2012.
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