Los Angeles County Job Application Form
By applying Los Angeles County you may join Los Angeles County’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Los Angeles County job postings and apply to any notices you like.
Open Positions At Lacounty; CHIEF, PUBLIC HEALTH, ADMINISTRATION, ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II, ACCOUNTING TECHNICIAN II, GRADUATE NURSE ANESTHETIST, GRADUATE NURSE ANESTHETIST, TREE TRIMMER WORKING SUPERVISOR, CUSTODIAN WORKING SUPERVISOR, NURSING INSTRUCTOR (EMERGENCY MEDICAL SYSTEMS PROGRAMS), ELEVATOR MECHANIC, NURSE MANAGER / PUBLIC HEALTH, ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH TECHNICIAN II, PHARMACIST
Application Channel: Official site.
The County’s 37 departments post their job openings on a centralized website operated by the Human Resources Department to make it easier for those seeking employment or advancement to be aware of the opportunities. Persons filling out an employment form online only have to do it once. The application may be used to apply for several jobs.
Veterans’ Internship Program
The Veterans’ Internship Program (VIP) was launched on May 16, 2007 on a motion brought in by
Supervisors Don Knabe and Michael D. Antonovich and approved unanimously by all Board
members. The program is administered by the County of Los Angeles Department of Human
Resources and provides paid internships for qualified veterans of the Armed Forces of the United
States. The internships were designed to afford veterans with on-the-job training and work
experience with the County of Los Angeles that will enable them to effectively compete for
permanent County jobs. Depending on the job, veterans can be hired for a 12 to 24 month on-the
-job training program in the following specialties:
- Administrative Support
- Crafts Support
- Heavy Maintenance and Operational Support
- Information Technology Support
- Office and Clerical Su
About LA County
Los Angeles County, one of California’s original 27 counties, was established on Feb. 18, 1850. It is one of the nation’s largest counties with 4,084 square miles, and has the largest population of any county in the nation – nearly 10 million residents who account for approximately 27 percent of California’s population. As a subdivision of the state, the County is charged with providing numerous services that affect the lives of all residents, including law enforcement, tax collection, public health protection, public social services, elections and flood control.
The County, with 101,296 budgeted positions, is the largest employer in the five-county region. Of these budgeted positions, 31,568 are in law and justice, 28,772 are in health services, and 21,405 are in social services. The spectrum of job listings – from clerk to truck driver, sanitarian to psychiatrist, scientist to scuba diver, attorney to helicopter pilot – encompasses nearly every trade and profession, and illustrates the complexity of County government.
If Los Angeles County were a nation, its economy would be the 19th largest in the world. It is home to more than 244,000 businesses, with more minority- and women-owned businesses than any other in the nation. It is the nation’s top international trade center and manufacturing center. Los Angeles County’s 37 departments and $24.2 billion budget provide extensive business opportunities to the private sector, both in contracts for goods and services. Suppliers wanting to do business with the County must first register as a county vendor. The County is allowed by Proposition A, approved by voters in 1978, to contract for services when it is more economical or more efficient to do so.