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Human Resources

The Human Resources Division accepts applications for employment and tests potential candidates, processes the hiring documents and maintain all personnel and payroll records for every employee working for the Village. All benefits are administered and kept current by the Human Resources Department.

The Village of Glendale Heights is a drug free workplace & equal opportunity employer.


View our open employment opportunities.

Please apply online at the link above. If you are unable to apply online, please download our hardcopy application and email it to Human Resources.

Police Officers

The Village of Glendale Heights Police Department is responsible for hiring police officers. When they are accepting applications for testing, the position will be listed above and you may download the police officer application and testing instructions by clicking on the job title.

For more information, please contact Maureen Pope, Police Department Administrative Secretary, at 630.909.5407.

If you would like to be placed on our recruitment notification list to be notified of future testing dates when the Village is hiring new police officers, please fill out and submit our online recruitment notification form.

Applications for police officer testing are currently being accepted. Applications must be received by 5:00pm on Thursday, August 15, 2024.

Currently employed police officers can easily apply to join the ranks of the Glendale Heights Police Department. Find out more information by visiting the Lateral Police Officer page under the Police Department webpage.

Internship Opportunities

The Village of Glendale Heights accepts applications on an ongoing bases for students enrolled at an accredited college or university studying Public Administration, Human Resources, Public Relations, Public Affairs, Parks, Recreation and Leisure, Criminal Justice, Building and Community Development, and Social Services.

Please send an email to Human Resources to inquire about any internship opportunities that fit your area of interest.

Assistance for Your Job Search

DuPage County Workforce Development, located in the workNet DuPage Career Center, offers free services to help people on their path to employment, including:

This initiative is for DuPage County youth ages 18 to 24. MYWay will introduce area youth to the good career options available in manufacturing with:

  • Job postings and job search guidance available through their blog, DuPage At Work.
  • Assistance with resume writing and preparing for job interviews. Job seekers may also be eligible to receive funding for training, to get new skills or certifications.
  • Their youth program (for young adults ages 18 to 24) helps eligible youth start good careers. The program provides career planning, paid internships, and possible scholarships for going to school or getting training.

To learn more, please visit the workNet DuPage website.

Other Career Opportunities

On occasion, the Village of Glendale Heights will also post various employment opportunities for businesses within the Village. These employment opportunities are NOT affiliated with the Village and we can not guarantee employment. We are simply posting these here as a courtesy to our residents and businesses. If you are a Glendale Heights or local business and would like to post a position here, please contact our Human Resources Division for more information.

Position: Company:  
Various OpportunitiesU.S. Census BureauApply
Customer Relations RepresentativeState Farm InsuranceApply
Various OpportunitiesSeptranApply
Various OpportunitiesMarquardt School District 15Apply
Various OpportunitiesHome DepotApply

United States Military

Learn how you can enter the United States military:

Armed Forces Recruiting in Glendale Heights
250 E. Army Trail Road
Glendale Heights, IL 60139

Army: 630.924.8625
Navy: 630.893.5219
Marines: 630.893.9100

Air Force: 847.524.5425 (In Schaumburg)
National Guard: 630.852.4999 (In Downers Grove)

ConstructionWorks, powered by the Illinois Tollway

In December 2018, the Illinois Tollway formally launched its ConstructionWorks job assistance program. This initiative is designed to connect unemployed and under-employed residents in Northern Illinois with long-term employment opportunities in the construction industry.

To qualify for the ConstructionWorks program, interested candidates must meet all of the following criteria:

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Eligible to work in the United States
  • Unemployed or Under-employed
  • Reside within one of the 12 counties served by ConstructionWorks

Additionally, interested candidates must meet one of more other categories. For more information, or to get started, please contact Midwest Business Consulting at 708.571.3401.