Thank you for taking an interest in becoming a part of Team Oakley! Please be sure to read all information thoroughly and for additional employment inquiries, please contact Human Resources. The City of Oakley only accepts applications for positions that are currently open for recruitment. Employment opportunities are listed at the bottom of the page.
How to Apply:
If you are interested in applying for an open position with the City of Oakley, you must submit the REQUIRED City of Oakley Employment Application. Applications are only accepted for current recruitments. You must specify on the application the position you are interested in applying for and separate applications must be submitted if you are interested in more than one position. You can obtain said application the following ways:
- Online: Download Employment Application
- In Person: You can obtain the application by stopping by at City Hall and picking one up at the front desk.
A resume is optional and will not be accepted as a substitute for a completed City of Oakley Employment Application. Incomplete applications will not be accepted and we encourage applicants to review their submissions carefully to ensure completion. All materials must be received by the deadline indicated on the flyer/pamphlet for the position you are applying for. As stated above, we only receive applications for positions that are currently open, should you apply for a position that is currently not available, your application materials will not be processed and you will not receive correspondence.
Applications and supplemental materials can only be accepted by:
- Emailing your completed documents to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- In person: City Hall (3231 Main St., Oakley, CA)
|Attn: Human Resources|
|City of Oakley|
|3231 Main Street|
|Oakley, Ca 94561|
Please note that we will not accept postmarked applications or resumes; all materials must be in the hands of City staff by the deadline date and time provided. For any questions regarding employment, please visit our FAQ page.
Effective July 1, 2014, the City of Oakley has modified its application process to comply with Assembly Bill 218 (Ban the Box). Click here to read our FAQs Regarding Conviction Information for Applicants.