Salt Lake City

Human Resources - Job Center

 

City Benefits

Health Insurance

  • The city pays 95% of premiums in an HDHP
  • Dental
  • Voluntary Benefits

Retirement

  • Pension
  • 401(k)
  • 457
  • Post Employment Health Plan

Paid Leave & Holidays

  • Holidays
  • Vacation
  • Personal Leave

Other Perks

  • UTA Pass
  • Employee Health Clinic

Career Development

  • A dedicated Employees' University

 

Current City Job Openings

Are you interested in working for Salt Lake City Corporation?

Click here to view a list of our current job openings.

Below are steps to help you in applying and monitoring your application:

Step One – Create an Application Profile:  All job seekers are required to create a user profile when using our system for the first time.  Need to create a profile, click here.  To view and/or apply for a position click here.

Step Two – Login section:  The login will take you to a My Account screen where you can modify information under the Personal Information, Default Resume or Upload Resume tabs. Make sure to select the save option located on the lower right side of the screen.  Want to log in, click here.

Step Three – Apply for Jobs:  From the “My Account” screen, you can view and apply for a current job opening by selecting the “current list” section (on the top left of the screen).  As indicated; select the job bid number to view and/or apply for any specific job.   At the bottom of each job announcement will be an “apply box”. Select the “apply box” and the system will submit your “profile” information.  The system will ask, if you wish to “edit” your information.  By selecting edit, will allow you to view/confirm the information submitted.  

Step Four –  Update Profile / Check Job Status:  Job seekers can update their profile, review the status of a position applied for or apply for other positions. (See step two: Login). To view the status of an application, select the “applied positions” tab. There you will find a list of position(s) applied for and their status.  If the job status is “open” you can select the bid number to modify/change information submitted.  If you’ve applied for the wrong job, you can delete that application and re-apply for the correct job opening.  When the job status is “closed” no other changes can be made. 

For confirmation on applied positions - select the "Applied Positions" tab (see step four), select the "Job Bid" number, there you will be able to view what you submitted, which also acts as confirmation that you applied for the position and Human Resources has received your informaiton.

The “job status” option is a sure way to keep informed on the status of your application. “Under review” means the applications are in the hands of the hiring manager who is determining who will be interviewed and/or hired.  

Finally, make sure to “log out” of the system.

 
Thank you for your interest in employment with Salt Lake City Corporation, Utah’s premiere public employer.

City Job Descriptions

Have you ever wondered what it takes to keep the City running smoothly? Our database of job descriptions is available for your research and information. For open and available positions, see Current City Job Openings.

 

We Participate in E-Verify

“Salt Lake City Corporation participates in the federal employment eligibility verification program (E-Verify).  If hired, your continued employment will be contingent upon confirmation of your employment eligibility through the E-Verify system.  Please click on the below posters to view postings in English or Spanish.  To view in other languages, please visit  https://www.uscis.gov/e-verify/publications/foreign-language-resources and select E-Verify participation posters.”  

City Compensation Plans

Elected Official, Appointed & Non-represented Employees

To view compensation General Employee Pay Plan, and benefits policy information for the City’s non-represented group of employees, click here. For union covered employees, including wage and benefits information for Fire & Police, refer to each of the links shown in the “Union” section below.

Unions

Collective bargaining allows Salt Lake City and its employees to jointly promote cooperative relationships.  Salt Lake City formally recognizes three unions, including: American Federation of State, City and Municipal Employees (AFSCME); International Association of Firefighters (IAFF); and Salt Lake Police Association (SLPA). 

Each year the City and Union negotiate the fiscal year wages for employees: AFSCME FY17IAFF FY17; and SLPA FY17.

Contact Information

Need to talk to us?  You can call 801-535-7900 during business hours or you can send us an email with your question to jobs@slcgov.com   Please do not use this section to apply for a job; instead visit the Current City Job Openings Section above.