Thank you for your interest in the job openings at Clark County. We welcome the opportunity to consider you as a candidate for positions for which you meet the qualifications.
- Application Steps
- Places to Apply Online
- Advantages of submitting an Online Application
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Reasonable Accomodation
iRecruitment is the system used by Clark County to list jobs, gather applications, and hire employees. Most jobs available at Clark County require applying through iRecruitment (except as noted in individual job postings). Please take note of our web browser requirements.
Follow these instructions to apply. (former employees and current employees should reference the appropriate section below)
If you have never registered for a Clark County iRecruitment account
- Have a personal e-mail account ready
- Register for iRecruitment
[user guide (PDF - 100K)]
- Complete the "My Application" section
- Find / select a job
- Apply for the job
[user guide (PDF - 100K)]
If you have previously registered for a Clark County iRecruitment account
Not sure if you've previously registered with a specific e-mail address?
- If you are not sure whether you have previously registered a specific email address with iRecruitment at Clark County, simply use the password reset page for non-employees to submit a password request. If you have previously registered with that email address, you will receive a password reset email (be sure to check your spam/junk mail folder). If you haven't registered with that e-mail address, you will see something like this: "Your email address does not match our records."
Former Clark County Employee? Follow these instructions.
If this is the first time you are trying to apply for a job at Clark County since leaving Clark County
If your former employment with Clark County ended prior to 2006, please follow the path above ("Never been a Clark County Employee"), and register for iRecruitment.
Otherwise, you will need to have your personal email address linked to your employee record in order to apply for a job.
Please complete the former employee form. Processing may take a day or two. Instructions will be emailed to you on how to log-in to begin your job search.
If you have already had your personal email address linked to your Clark County record
You would have received an email from us explaining how to reset your password. From now on you may simply log-in as a non-employee.
Current Clark County Employee? Follow these instructions.
Temporary employees should register for iRecruitment as a non-employee would.
- If you have a Clark County FMS account, please log-in here using your Clark County FMS username and password.
You may apply on any computer connected to the internet. The Clark County Human Resources office also has computers available in the lobby. Below are links that identify libraries and Washington Employment Security Offices that provide internet access and a means for applicants to apply online.
- Washington Employment Security Offices
- Goodwill Industries Job Connections
Please contact the individual offices and libraries for hours of operation, directions and for instructions on using their computers and accessing the internet.
- Faster review by HR staff and hiring managers
- You only need to fill out the "My Application" section once
- Check your application status online
- Changes to your application update in real time
- Easiest way to apply for multiple positions
- Positions are added weekly
Clark County is an equal employment opportunity employer and all employment decisions are made without regard to race, creed, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, religion, political affiliation, marital status, physical, mental or sensory disability, disabled veteran, or veteran status. The county actively seeks applications from qualified women, minority, and/or disabled candidates as well as from candidates of other protected groups.
Please advise a member of the Human Resources staff if you will need any special accommodations that will allow you to participate in the recruitment process or to perform the work once hired. Requests should be submitted by letter or other appropriate format to the Human Resources Department as soon as possible.
* Clark County does not endorse any specific email service. The sites listed are merely representative of free email available to applicants.