Apply for a City Job

​The City Clerk's office is accepting applications for Election Inspectors for the upcoming elections (August 7 and November 6, 2018) Please see the attached flyer below and pass this information along to family and friends. Also, see the attached job description/application.  Please print out and complete the application and return to the City Clerk's office:
​Sterling Heights City Clerk
​40555 Utica Road
​Sterling Heights, 48313
​Phone: 586-446-2420  Fax: 586-446-4077
Interested in joining our team? The City of Sterling Heights is always looking for top talent to join our exceptional workforce. You can start by searching our current openings within our job portal.

The City of Sterling Heights is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering full-time, part-time and seasonal employment and contractual services.

The City of Sterling Heights offers competitive salary and benefit packages including Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability, Life Insurance, Employee Assistance Provider, Defined Contribution Pension, Deferred Compensation, Flexible Spending Accounts, paid time off, Compensatory Time, Paid Holidays and much more!

Residency Requirement

All full-time employees, if not residents of Macomb County and/or 20 miles of the City's municipal boundaries at the time of appointment, must become residents within 6 months or one year of their appointment, dependent on the Collective Bargaining Agreement, and remain as such while employed by the City.

Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

The City practices nondiscrimination and discourages and prohibits discrimination against any person in recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention, discipline, or any other aspect of personnel administration because of political opinions or affiliations, or because of race, religion, color, ethnic origin, marital status, height, weight, arrest record, disability, or other non-merit factors. Discrimination on the basis of age, gender or physical disability is prohibited except where specific age, gender, or physical requirements constitute a bona fide occupation qualification necessary to proper and efficient administration, or where state or federal law specify a minimum age.