Shakman Exempt Current Openings

Service Information

Offices Under the President Open Exempt Positions

  • Animal Control Administrator
  • Chief Data Officer
  • Executive Director of Animal Control
  • Deputy Comptroller
  • Deputy Director (DHRE)
  • Deputy Director of Administration (EMRS)
  • Deputy Director of Operations (EMRS)
  • Deputy Director of Preparedness
  • Director of Research, Operations & Innovation
  • Director of Veteran Affairs
  • Labor Liaison Officer
  • Public Information Officer
  • Solid Waste Coordinator
  • Special Assistant for Legal Affairs (Economic Development)

 

How do I apply?

All applications are being accepted electronically. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, please do not mail in application materials. Please email a cover letter and resume to ShakmanExemptApplications@cookcountyil.gov.  Position descriptions can be found on the right side of this page under the Download option.

When are resumes due?

Until filled.

Post offer testing

All new employees will be required to submit to a satisfactory drug test and background check, based on reports obtained from law enforcement authorities. The reports are based on results from fingerprints taken from all new hires.

Pursuant to Executive Order 2021-1, issued on August 20, 2021, the Cook County Bureau of Human Resources (“BHR”) has adopted a mandatory vaccination policy requiring Sars-COV-2 (COVID-19) vaccinations for all County employees. Cook County’s vaccine mandate is critical for the health of employees and a requirement to maintain safe in-person operations. You may request an exemption from the requirement for medical or religious reasons. Accordingly, new employees who start after the effective date of this policy must be either fully vaccinated or submit a request for reasonable accommodation prior to onboarding. If you request a reasonable accommodation and are denied, you will be required to submit proof of vaccination to Personnel Services prior to the start of employment. You are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after the second dose of a two-dose COVID-19 vaccine or two weeks after one dose of a single-dose vaccine.