|Bring your experience, skills and worldview into public service at the City of Palo Alto.
Working at the City of Palo Alto gives you an opportunity to think about the complex challenge of redefining the role of municipal government in the immediacy of the digital revolution.
As a steward of the public trust, you will join an organization that strives for democratic, economical and ethical service to the citizens of the City of Palo Alto.
You have a unique opportunity to be a future member of the City of Palo Alto's Information Technology team. For our department, this is also a time to bring in new ideas and new leaders. We encourage you to reach deep into your networks, communities, friends, and relatives to help find candidates to apply to our openings here.
Currently we are recruiting for two exciting positions:
Enjoy this video about how we recruit for our positions:
We cordially invite you to bring your expertise and join the team of dynamic and dedicated technical professionals at the City of Palo Alto.
Immediately below are the department position descriptions. Any current openings are listed under the Job Openings heading.
The City of Palo Alto uses cloud partner, NeoGov for candidate intake. The link below will take you to our pages at the NeoGov website.
The IT Department provides services to a variety of stakeholders. Besides providing network and personal computers to staff employed at City Hall, IT supports the Development Center, the Municipal Service Center (MSC), libraries, community centers, the Utility Control Center (UCC), police, fire, emergency dispatch and many workers in the field for utilities, planning and public works.
The needs of City programs, facilities and City services can range from website customers, to deep support for embedded applications, applications in the field and enterprise apps.
Palo Alto IT staff brings a wide variety of skill sets to the table in order to support the multitude of needs of our colleagues. Join our team and be instrumental in bringing municipal government into the twenty-first century.