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The Employment Division handles all recruiting, testing and staffing needs for City job positions. Applications are accepted only when a vacancy exists and the job is posted on our website and office bulletin board.

 Current Job Openings

It is a requirement to complete an application when applying for employment with the City. Applications are only accepted if a vacancy exists and the position is posted. Click the link to the left to view a listing of current full-time and part-time/seasonal open job vacancies. To apply for a position, click on the job title - and click apply online.


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Job Registration Form Interested in a job that is not currently posted? Complete our job registration form and you will receive an email if a new job is posted that matches what you’re looking for.  Some jobs can be posted and then quickly close – meaning the time to apply is short lived. If you register and set up email notifications, you’ll have a better chance of knowing when new jobs are posted.   You can search by industry, department, part-time employment and/or seasonal employment. 

Interested in a career as an Omaha Firefighter?  Learn more about the application/testing process for the Omaha Fire Department.  We also post valuable testing tips, suggestions and best practices, as well as our monthly newsletter, The OFD Recruit.

Police Officer

Interested in a career as an Omaha Police Officer?  Learn more about the application/testing process for the Omaha Police Department.  We also post valuable testing tips, suggestions and best practices.

Job Descriptions 

Click the link to the left for detailed information such as position descriptions, requirements, contracts, and union representative information. 

FAQ We receive a lot of questions about our application, testing and hiring processes.  If you have any questions or concerns, you might find the answers here.
The Application Process   Applying with a Government agency can be very different than with private industry.  Knowing what to expect before applying with the City of Omaha can help candidates navigate through the process and avoid any hiccups or stress factors along the way.
Civil Service Exams   Civil Service Exams can be confusing and it is hard to know what to expect.  Follow this page to learn more about the types of Civil Service testing we conduct at the City of Omaha - and how you can best prepare.

For more information, please email the Human Resources Department or contact us by phone at 402.444.5300.




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