Job postings may also be obtained directly from the Human Resources Department or by calling 509-546-5813. For Benton and Franklin Bi-County positions, please visit Benton County careers. For 911 Dispatch positions, please visit the Richland Southeast Communications Center site.
Franklin County is currently accepting applications for qualified individuals for posted positions only. Resumes are not accepted as an alternative to an application but may be included in your application packet. Application requirements vary; please read the job description carefully for any specific qualifications or requirements for the opening in which you are interested. Applications must be received by Human Resources by the published closing date.
Applications can be submitted to Human Resources via email, mail, fax, or in person. Applicants are responsible for the truth of all statements. Misrepresentation and incomplete or inaccurate entries may be cause for application rejection, removal from the employment list, or discharge from County service.
Applicants for Non-Civil Service Positions
- Download and complete a Franklin County Employment Application (PDF) (For best results, download and save the application prior to filling it out)
- View openings on Boards and Commissions
Applicants for Civil Service Positions
- Please see Civil Service Application Information
Franklin County Human Resources
1016 N 4th Avenue
Pasco, WA 99301
- In-Person Franklin County Courthouse
Room A 101
The lower level of the courthouse
- Fax: 509-546-5814
- Email Human Resources
If you require a reasonable accommodation in the recruitment process and/or an alternate format of application materials, please inquire directly with the Human Resources Department at 509-546-5813.
For more information please visit our ADA Accessibility page.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Franklin County employment decisions and conditions shall not be based directly or indirectly upon a person's race, color, religion, national origin, sex, gender, marital status, physical, sensory or mental disability, or age. This policy extends to all lawful relations with employees and prospective employees in order to attract, retain, develop and promote the most qualified employees without regard to these characteristics or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law.
The County maintains an Equal Employment Opportunity Utilization Report which is updated every two years. The Report (PDF) is available online or by request from Human Resources.