Are you interested in working at the City of Southlake? We are seeking talented individuals who have a passion for public service. Visit our Employment Opportunities page to find the perfect career for you!
The City of Southlake is committed to creating a diverse work environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, marital status, or any other basis as protected by federal, state, or local law. If you are disabled and seeking a reasonable accommodation, please contact the Human Resources Office at 817-748-8064.
What Members of Our Team Think
Alex Stroud – Crew Leader, Public Works
“Southlake as a City and an organization is at the top of its class in the 'world-class' category. The challenges we are tasked with are uniquely complex and of the highest difficulty, but the biggest challenges yield the highest rewards. Meeting these challenges continuously pushes the limits of all our skills and abilities to the greatest heights, and I believe this makes working for Southlake special, and what keeps us as a city and an organization better than the best.”
Dylan Welch – HR Business Partner, Human Resources
“I really enjoy how receptive everyone in the City is to change. We have processes in place to actively ensure we’re not doing anything just because 'we’ve always done it this way.' We always try new things to gain efficiency, enhance productivity and improve the user experience for everyone involved, whether that’s our residents, our fellow departments, or our co-workers. We are constantly evolving and changing which requires constantly growing and learning to keep up with, and to me, that’s one of my favorite things about working for Southlake!”
Julia Crow – Construction Inspector, Public Works
“What makes working for Southlake so special is the strong bond between employees. We are not just colleagues, we are family; and no matter what time of day, we unite to help one another, making sure our community is taken care of.”