Human Resources

Public Service Center
250 South 4th Street, Room 100
Minneapolis, MN 55415
E-mail: human.resources@minneapolismn.gov
Phone: (612) 673-2282

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 City of Minneapolis Job Opportunities

Welcome to the City of Minneapolis!

Minneapolis is an innovative, dynamic and vibrant world-class city where valued and supported employees take pride in public service. Join us and you’ll discover a diverse, inclusive, and rewarding work environment.  

The City of Minneapolis is now using Team Minneapolis (powered by NEOGOV) as our online application system.  It modernizes the City's online hiring software, providing an easy-to-use, intuitive application process.

All job openings will be processed through Team Minneapolis, including internal jobs available only to current City employees. To apply for a job at the City after Dec.15:

 

To view current job openings, click on a Job Openings button below.  How To Apply contains instructions on creating an account and completing an application.

Important note:  Documents, such as a resume, can be uploaded within the online application.  However, a resume does not replace the online application form!  Submitting a resume in lieu of a completed application will be considered incomplete and may result in disqualification without further consideration.

 Thank you for your interest in employment at the City of Minneapolis.     
 

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Featured Jobs

The following job opportunities are for appointed or temporary/intern positions that do not require an online application. View the job posting, then email a cover letter and resume to the contact listed for consideration.              

 

Customer Service Rep I – 6 month Permit  Regulatory Services 

Join a dedicated and professionally motivated team this summer to help support the Housing inspections, Rental licensing and Fire Inspections program through the summer and fall.  Successful candidates will assist with data entry, answering customer questions and concerns, processing revenue and printing mission critical paperwork.   If you enjoy a high paced and energetic work environment, this position is for you.   While the current position is temporary, opportunities may exist in the fall for promotional advancement.  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or equivalent.  EXPERIENCE: Two years of clerical experience, which has included computer experience and  some customer service experience.   Hourly salary is $18.55-25.58.  This position is open to both internal and external applicants. 

Interested applicants should email their resume to Kellie.jones@minneapolismn.govResumes accepted no later than Friday, May 14, 2016.  

 

Director Contract Compliance - Civil Rights $87,486 - $103,709 Annually 

The City of Minneapolis is seeking a Director of Contract Compliance (Civil Rights) whose mission is to ensure that City of Minneapolis procurement of construction and development services, commodities and supplies, and professional and technical services includes women, minorities, and low income workers and businesses.  The position is responsible for five program areas including affirmative action, women and minority business inclusion, minority and female employment, residential and low income inclusion, and the prevailing wage program (Davis Bacon). Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in a related field with 5 years of related experience. Visit http://minneapolismn.gov/jobs for more information and/or submit your resume to Susan Jones at susan.jones@minneapolismn.govApplications accepted through May 3rd, 2016. 

 

Manager of Residential Finance - $80,150 to $103,098 annually

This position will manage the Single Family or the Multi-Family Housing Development Division of the Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED) Department. Supervise, plan, administer, and monitor complex financing programs and projects designed to improve or redevelop multifamily affordable, mixed income, lifecycle housing, fair housing, and transit-oriented development options in the City. Lead and supervise staff, establish and communicate assignments, and monitor performance. Provide technical guidance in the area of multi-family housing development and finance and strategic real estate investment. Qualifications:  Public Administration, Finance, Urban Planning, a related field or equivalent. Eight years of relevant experience in management, residential development, property and finance. Visit http://minneapolismn.gov/jobs for more information. Applications accepted through May 3, 2016.

  

Custodian, Property Services – Exam #2016-00062 / $13.84 - $16.76 Hourly

The Custodial Services Team is responsible for maintaining a safe, clean and healthy environment at the locations we are assigned to clean as well as upkeep of the exterior grounds and safety related issues (some minor snow and ice removal in winter months) as assigned. This job opportunity does not guarantee full-time permanent City employment or benefits. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Ability to read, write, follow oral and written instructions. Must have the ability to complete online computer training modules as assigned by Supervisor. Experience: We desire a candidate with 3 years of Custodial or Housekeeping experience. However, we will accept applicants with a minimum of at least 1 year of Experience working in a cleaning company/organization. Working Conditions: Indoor/outdoor work with exposure to non-air conditioned or heated spaces, Power equipment, chemicals, dirt, dust, etc. Licenses: Must possess and continue to maintain a valid Driver's License to operate a motor vehicle in Minnesota. To view this posting and apply online, please visit www.minneapolismn.gov/jobs

 

 The City of Minneapolis is an Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer.

We encourage applications from all individuals, including persons with disabilities, persons of color, veterans, LGBT, and women.

 

Last updated May 3, 2016