• Who can apply for a job with the City of Albuquerque?
• Where do I apply and do I have to apply in person?
• How many jobs can I apply for?
• Do I need a resume?
• Who reviews my application and who will interview me if I am selected for an interview?
• What is the EEO (Equal Employment Opportunity) information used for?
• Will I be tested?
• Will I be notified of the status of my application?
• How long does the hiring process take?
• Is my application kept "ON FILE" for other jobs which may become vacant?
• Are the City of Albuquerque's application for employment available on-line?
• Is the Fire department hiring firefighters and when can I apply?
• What must be included in the application?
• What documents should I bring with me when I apply for a position?
Anyone can apply. However, to qualify for the position the minimum education and experience required for the position must be met. All advertisements will list the level of education, experience required for the position under the section "Minimum Education & Experience Requirements" of the advertisement. Qualifications are the primary consideration in filling any position. Experience, education, training, skills and other abilities as well as specific position requirements and the prior employment history of the applicant will be considered in appraising individual qualifications. Applicants will be qualified based upon the information presented in the application.
Employees terminated for cause from the City of Albuquerque will not be considered for re-employment.
At the time of hire, the selected applicant will be required to provide documentation in accordance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. Applicants must be citizens of the United States or possess a valid resident visa.
It is not necessary to apply in person. An application and submittal process is available on our website. Computers to access our on-line process are available in the Human Resources Department located at 400 Marquette, NW 7th Floor, Suite 703 (map).
You can apply for as many jobs as there are current openings; however, a separate, complete application is required for each position for which you are applying.
No. Resumes are not considered as part of the qualifying process however; a resume may be attached as additional information to your completed City of Albuquerque application.
Resumes may also be brought with you if you are chosen for an interview. A resume may also be helpful to you in completing the City of Albuquerque job application.
After the closing date of the particular job vacancy announcement, all applications are reviewed by the hiring supervisor and/or the designated department coordinator. Persons who do not meet the minimum requirements are notified and removed from consideration. The hiring department decides which qualified applicants will be interviewed.
In order to comply with Federal EEO-4 reporting requirements and statistical record keeping for the City, we ask the applicants for their help and cooperation in voluntarily providing the requested information. If you choose not to provide the information, you will still be considered for positions for which you apply.
Testing requirements will be noted on the job advertisement if they are required for the position. Fire and police applicants are given testing dates during the time the City is recruiting for entry-level cadets. If you have a disability and require a reasonable accommodation in the testing process, please let the Human Resources Department know your needs and accommodations will be made for you.
Application status can be checked online through your GovernmentJobs account. If an applicant is not selected for an interview he/she will receive notification by email. If the applicant is selected for an interview he/she will be contacted by phone or email.
Every effort is made to reach a prompt decision. The length of time depends on the number of applications received for the position and the nature of the position. Normally, a decision will be made between 15 and 45 days after the job advertisement has expired.
We do not keep applications on file after a job has been filled. Once the job vacancy is closed and someone is hired, none of the remaining applications are retained. Applications are accepted only for advertised job vacancies. An application is considered only for those vacancies for which the application is submitted for. In certain limited job advertisements the advertisement will be listed as CONTINUOUS. These advertisements are maintained for a longer period. The advertisement will indicate on top if the advertisement is continuous and for what period of time.
YES, an application and submittal process is available on our website. Computers to access our on-line process are available in the Human Resources Department located at 400 Marquette, NW 7th Floor, Suite 703 (map).
The City of Albuquerque only accepts applications for open/advertised positions.
View information about becoming a fire fighter.
All applicants must submit, by the advertised expiration date, a City of Albuquerque application. Your qualifications will be based upon the information presented on your completed application. Copies of required certifications, registrations and/or licenses, if not attached on-line, must be provided at the time of interview. Additionally, if requesting acceptance of post-secondary courses/degrees, a copy of your transcript is required at the time of the interview. If you need assistance in the application process, please let the Human Resources Department receptionist know your needs and accommodations will be made for you.
Applicants will be qualified based upon the information presented in the application. Copies of required certifications, registrations and/or licenses, if not attached online at the time of application, must be provided at the time of interview. Additionally, if requesting acceptance of post-secondary courses/degrees, a copy of your transcript is required at the time of the interview. All applications submitted for a position will be reviewed.