Welcome to the Washington County Employment Opportunities page!
Washington County Receives Healthy Employer Award
Washington County has been recognized by the Portland Business Journal as one of the healthiest employers in Oregon. The Healthiest Employer Awards Program recognizes organizations that are committed to creating a healthy workplace and have demonstrated that commitment in various ways. Washington County works to emphasize and reinforce a culture of wellness and individual health awareness by providing access to free biometric screenings, online personal health assessments, health-related workshops and other strategies which support the overall health of employees and their families.
According to County Administrator Robert Davis, "Not only is our wellness program the right thing to do for the health and well-being of our employees, it is also a cost-effective program for our taxpayers.
"Washington County joins several other well-known award winners who have 1,500 or more employees including Delta Airlines, Hewlett Packard, Kaiser Permanente, Portland General Electric and Meredith Corporation.
Current Job Opportunities
Did you know you can fill out a Job Interest Card on any jobs that you are interested in applying for?
Even if we are not currently accepting applications you may request an email notification when the job opens for applications. Take your time browsing our career opportunities, choose "Email me when jobs like this become available" and be ready to begin your career with Washington County.
NEW! Application Process for Recruit Deputy and Lateral Deputy
FrontLine National Testing for Law Enforcement
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Join us for light refreshments and learn more about becoming a Sheriff's Deputy.
5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
215 SW Adams Ave. Hillsboro, OR 97123
You must first schedule your written exam through National Testing Network (NTN).
Attention All Applicants
To be considered for a position, you must submit a complete Washington County employment application, unless the announcement specifically states otherwise. Applicants that do not complete the employment application in its entirety may be screened out from the process. It is important to carefully review the minimum qualifications on the job announcement and to include all relevant education and experience that you have when applying for a position. If you held more than one job with an employer, please list each job separately.
Additionally, some announcements may require the completion of a supplemental questionnaire - which will be attached to the electronic employment application. We suggest that you print a copy of the job announcement to help you prepare your answers for the Supplemental Questionnaire and to use as a reference in preparing for interviews.
We encourage you to become familiar with our application system by reviewing the Frequently Asked Question's (FAQ) located to the left on the navigation bar.
Right to Work & E-Verify
Online applications are stored on a secure site. Only authorized employees and
hiring authorities have access to the information submitted.