Job Openings

The County of Imperial has launched a new online platform for job seekers.

The online system will enable the County of Imperial to streamline the recruitment and selection process to transition from a paper-based application process to an online system. If this is the first time you are applying using our online job application, you will need to create a user account. After your account has been established you can complete your employment application. This information will be saved and used to apply for future job openings.

To view and apply for job opportunities within the Social Services or Child Support Department please visit Merit System Services:

The Imperial County Local Health Authority is hiring 3 positions

1.- Senior Director of Health Services

2.- Controller

3.- Compliance Advisor

For all questions, please contact Michelle Ortiz at 760-332-6447.

* If required on the job description, a copy of your college transcripts, degree, license, certificate or diploma must be submitted with your online application. Degree(s) from foreign countries must have a U.S. Equivalency Report attached to the degree. Failure to provide verification of education or U.S. Equivalency Report with your online application may result in your application being disqualified. Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications for positions by the filing deadline.

Applications will only be accepted for current open positions. Resume may be included but will NOT be accepted in lieu of application. Applicants applying for Social Services or Child Support Services must apply at Merit System Services.

To be considered for a position you must submit a complete employment application which is now online. Effective July 1, 2022 all applications for job opportunities posted on our new online system will need to be submitted online. If you feel you are in need for special arrangements due to a disability in order to participate in the recruitment process, contact our office at Human Resources: (442) 265-1148 or TTY (442) 265-1169.

Note: Applicants for Safety Member positions are subject to minimum standards prescribed by federal, state, and local laws including Government Code § 1031 and County Ordinance § 3.08.040.

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) enforces Federal laws that protect you from discrimination in employment.

Applicants don’t forget to include copies of your transcripts, degree(s), and/or certifications. Foreign degrees must have a U.S. Equivalency Report. Failure to submit, may result in your application being disqualified.