The City of Merriam employs more than 100 public servants who are dedicated to making the City a great place to live, work and play. We're always looking for new team members to help keep our community Just Right! We encourage you to check back often for new job openings.
Being a part of Team Merriam means taking pride in serving the public and improving our community. Our residents expect the best, and we strive to deliver. We listen to problems, overcome obstacles, and provide solutions. We act with courage and principle and ensure other members of the team do the same. We continually improve ourselves as individuals and as a team. Every team member is a leader in their own right. We play to each person’s strengths and celebrate our achievements. We do it day in, and day out, and we do it all with a selfless attitude and a little zeal. That’s the Merriam Way. If this sounds like you, apply to join our team!
Merriam is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Merriam believes there is strength in diversity, where in our vibrant community, every voice matters. Though small in size, we are big at heart.
We welcome employees from every background. We’re committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace like the community we serve. We embrace teamwork, and empower every employee to grow and shine. We cultivate our strengths to build a community where we are all proud to belong. That’s what makes Merriam Just Right.
If you share our values and enthusiasm for building an inclusive workplace – please apply.
Applicants for public safety positions may be subject to the following: polygraphs, background investigations, reference checks, and psychological exams. Where inquiries into credit worthiness are conducted, the applicant will receive a copy of the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Current Job Openings
Arrangements will be made for applicants that require an accommodation completing the employment application form, interviewing, or any other part of the employment process. It is the responsibility of the applicant to inform Human Resources of accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is necessary to apply or further information is needed, contact Stephanie Thompson by phone at 913-322-5502 or in person, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at:
Merriam City Hall
9001 W. 62nd Street
Merriam, KS 66202
Merriam is a welcoming, peaceful, tight-knit community that is small in size but big at heart. Our residents enjoy a wide variety of amenities and services including beautiful tree-lined streets, walking trails, plentiful parks, public art and abundant events.
Human Resources Manager