Find Meaning in Your Work
When you’re employed in local government the effects of your work are visible all around you. Your work is an integral part of the day-to-day lives of Marin County residents and visitors. From the roads we drive on, to the parks and libraries we visit, to the services we rely on to keep us healthy and safe, County employees contribute directly to the sustained well-being of Marin County’s communities.
Benefits & Perks
We offer a robust benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and retirement savings to keep you covered where you need it.
Our dynamic employee wellness program empowers you to lead a healthy and active lifestyle that supports overall well-being.
We actively support employees in their professional growth and career development through skills training, leadership development, mentoring and coaching, and tuition assistance.
We offer generous paid leave, flexible schedules, green transit incentives and more to help you find balance in your life.
We are motivated to preserve the importance of Equity, Economy, Environment and Education that make our County unique. With over 3000 employees, volunteers and interns across 22 departments, we are a part of the communities we serve. We work with our core values in mind: Integrity, Respect, Diversity, Innovation, Collaboration, and Excellence. These values are not only part of our organization’s strategic initiatives and goals, but they are what unify us in our work across a variety of perspectives and skillsets.
"My coworkers are phenomenal, and I love working outside in beautiful Marin county."
"The thing that I love the most is the people that I have met in other departments."
"I love being able to serve my community and make a difference."
Diversify. Unify. Connect.
Diverse work teams are more representative of our customers and in order to adapt and meet the needs of the communities we serve, we need to ensure we are looking at our services through an equity lens to make sure no one is being left behind. See what it's all about.
Internships & Volunteering
Diverse work teams are more representative of our customers and in order to adapt and meet the needs of the communities we serve, we need to ensure we are looking at our services through an equity lens to make sure no one is being left behind.
Look into internships and volunteer opportunities.
Disaster Service Worker
Along with other public sector employees, County employees are in a unique position to help others in the event of an emergency. All County of Marin employees are designated as Disaster Service Workers to aid in disaster response and recovery activities coordinated by the County of Marin. For more information on what this means, see our Disaster Service Worker Guide.
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Equal Opportunity Employer
At the County of Marin we strive for diversity and an inclusive work environment. Marin County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.