Application Process

Applying for a job with Maricopa County is a simple online process that may be initiated by visiting our dedicated Career Site at jobs.maricopa.gov. Once an applicant identifies a job of interest listed on our job posting pages, an applicant may apply for the job by selecting the “Apply” link associated with any particular job posting. 

After an applicant creates a user account to access our online system, creating an electronic application is a straight-forward multistep process. First an applicant completes the necessary steps to provide all of the required application information (i.e., contact information, personal information, preferences, education, work experience, certificates and licenses, skills, and additional information, etc.).  Applicants then answer agency-wide questions.  Thereafter, applicants respond to any supplemental questions specific to the posting.  Once these steps are complete, an applicant is afforded the opportunity to save and review the application before final submission.  This review enables applicants to confirm any/all information detailed in the job posting has been supplied.  After successful submission of the application, an applicant receives an email confirmation at the email address listed in an applicant’s user profile. This same email address is used by Maricopa County for other applicant communications. 

For detailed step by step instructions, review our Application Guide for Job Seekers.

If you would like to receive Job Interest Alert emails each time a position is published in a category of interest, visit jobs.maricopa.gov to subscribe.

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Maricopa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Applicants have rights under federal employment laws. Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, Maricopa County will make reasonable accommodation(s) during the employment process.  In addition, Maricopa County complies with: A.R.S.§23-211 et seq. by submitting information on all new hires to e-Verify and with A.R.S.§36-601 (Smoke Free AZ Act) by prohibiting smoking in all places of employment. Please use these links to posters for information describing the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).

Maricopa County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applicants have rights under federal employment laws.  Please use these links to posters for information describing the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO).