King County Civil Services (Washington)

A Civil Service Commission is a government agency responsible for regulating the employment and working conditions of government workers in King County, Washington. They may also play a role in hiring and promotions, disciplinary actions and violations, and investigates problems in the hiring process for King County civil servants. King County Civil Service Commissions may also provide human resources support for public employees, including accusations of discrimination, retaliation, or other workplace violations. Civil Service Commissions in Washington provide more information about their civil services on their website.

Seattle Civil Service Commission Seattle WA 700 5th Avenue 98104 206-386-1301

A Human Resources Department is responsible for attracting and retaining quality employees, and they operate both as government departments and in private companies in King County, Washington. At the King County government level, they coordinate the recruitment process to fill open positions, create and update job descriptions, and post job announcements internally and externally. King County Human Resources also review submitted application materials and make arrangements for interviewing candidates. Human Resources Offices in Washington provide online access to their job postings.

Auburn City Human Resources Auburn WA 25 West Main Street 98001 253-931-3040

Bellevue Human Resources Bellevue WA 450 110th Avenue Northeast 98004 425-452-6838

Federal Way Human Resources Federal Way WA 33325 8th Avenue South 98003 253-835-2532

Issaquah Human Resources Issaquah WA 130 East Sunset Way 98027 425-837-3040

Kirkland Human Resources Kirkland WA 505 Market St 98033 425-587-3210

Redmond Human Resources Redmond WA 15670 Northeast 85th Street 98052 425-556-2120

Seatac Human Resources SeaTac WA 4800 South 188th Street 98188 206-973-4650

Woodinville Human Resources Woodinville WA 17301 133rd Avenue Northeast 98072 425-489-2700

An Unemployment Office provides support for unemployed workers, including both public and private employees in King County, Washington. King County Unemployment Offices provide financial assistance in the form of unemployment insurance, and they can help qualifying workers apply for weekly or monthly payments. They also provide employment services, including online job centers, resume assistance, and employment workshops. Unemployment Offices in Washington provide access to recruitment services for public jobs. For more information on civil services at an Unemployment Office, visit their website.

Auburn Unemployment Office Auburn WA 2707 I Street Northeast 98002 253-804-1177

Bellevue Unemployment Office Bellevue WA 3000 Landerholm Circle Southeast 98007 425-564-4054

Redmond Unemployment Office Redmond WA 7735 178th Place Northeast 98052 425-861-3787

Renton Unemployment Office Renton WA 500 Southwest 7th Street 98057 206-205-3500