City of Los Angeles Job Application

The City of Los Angeles job application is available both online (via the company’s careers website) as well as offline (click the download link on this page to download the document in .PDF format). The guides posted below detail the online hiring processes as well as how to fill out the properly printable form.

  • About the Company: The City of Los Angeles is one of the largest city employers in the United States. The city operates numerous services throughout the county.

Apply Online

Step 1 – Click here to load the jobs page in a separate window.

Step 2 – Enter a keyword/location, or select a category and then press the “Search” button to view the results.

Step 3 – Click the title of the job that you want to apply for.

Step 4 – Read the responsibilities and qualifications sections. Click the “Apply” button to move to the next step of the process.

Step 5 – If you already have a Los Angeles career account sign in to it. If you need to register a new account press fill in your email address/password and then click the “Create a career account” button.

Step 6 – Create a security question/answer.

Step 7 – Select whether you want to upload a resume or fill in the form manually.

Step 8 – Fill in the required details for the following sections:

  • My information
  • Work experience
  • Education
  • Licenses/certifications
  • Questionnaire
  • Self-identification
  • Terms

How to Apply

Step 1 – Download the application by clicking the link at the top of the page.

Step 2 – On the first page of the application form submit the following information into the corresponding input fields:

  • Full name
  • SSN
  • Present address
  • City
  • State
  • Zip code
  • Phone numbers
  • Scheduling/employment information
  • Education history

Step 3 – Page two (2):

  • Employment history information

Step 4 – On the remaining pages of the document submit ALL required information into the appropriate sections/input fields.

Step 5 – Enter your full name, SSN, and then sign/date the document.