Careers with the Village of Arlington Heights

Working for the Village of Arlington Heights is more than just a job. It’s a chance to build a career in public service that makes a difference in your own life and for those in the community. 

The Village of Arlington Heights, IL employs more than 450 people who work hard every day to serve the residents of this community.  As one of the largest Chicago suburbs and one of the most desirable places to live in the Chicago area, Arlington Heights is a vibrant and progressive community that more than 77,000 people are proud to call home. Village Employees in Public Works, Police, Fire, Finance, Human Resources, Planning and Community Development, Building and Life Safety, IT, and more, are proud to provide excellent service to our residents.

Join the Village of Arlington Heights and be part of a dedicated team looking to build a great community for decades to come.  We are always looking for great people who want to make a real difference in their communities! See current vacancies and apply today! 

Village of Arlington Heights Values
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are cornerstones of our values at the Village of Arlington Heights. We seek to recruit the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool and strongly encourage women, people of color, LGBTQ individuals, people with disabilities, and veterans to apply.  The Village continues to improve how we recruit, empower, and retain the most diverse and very best talent, ensuring careers in public service will continue to attract the brightest for coming generations.

The Village of Arlington Heights is committed to compliance with the American Disabilities Act and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

Transparency In Coverage 
Transparency Rules require that non-grandfathered, insured, and self-insured group health plans, post machine-readable files on a public site. For this purpose, a public site is a site that can be accessed by any individual without the use of a log-in or password, or any other form of identifier.  The link opens a JSON and .gzip file formats which are intended to be machine-readable in accordance with the Transparency in Coverage legislation and are not necessarily intended for the general consumer.  They are intended for researchers and other Health Care stakeholders and the file format is dictated by Because of this, special software or tools may be required to open and navigate the files, and BCBS encourages clients to engage their internal IT teams for guidance on approved software and tools to support review of the files.