Montgomery County is the third largest county in Pennsylvania. With 820,000 people living in its 487 square miles, Montgomery County is home to scores of major employers in pharmaceuticals, banking, manufacturing, healthcare and education.
The Montgomery County government and the services it provides to its residents is a reflection of the county itself – large, diversified, sophisticated and efficient. With a $385 million budget and close to 2,800 employees, Montgomery County provides a wide range of services serving social needs, court services, law enforcement, business development, recreational opportunities and public safety. The county government provides many other services to its residents, and the county, itself, is home to a wide range of recreational, cultural and artistic outlets. It is served by an excellent public transportation system and its proximity to Philadelphia adds a great deal more to the quality of life in Montgomery County.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) are core values to the County of Montgomery. We continue to build an organization that values, supports, and embraces diversity while simultaneously creating a more inclusive and equitable workplace. We will also continue to leverage and build upon the resources, talents, strengths, and opportunities available in our community. The County is also committed to aligning our culture and business practices to be a vibrant example of equity, inclusion, and belonging for all.
To meet this goal, the County is committed to: (1) maintaining an inclusive, productive, supportive, open, innovative, and equitable workplace where every individual is valued for their unique characteristics; (2) fostering respect, understanding and acceptance of differences; and (3) enabling employees to reach their full potential, thus, enhancing and nurturing the relationships among staff and optimizing the quality of services to our residents and the public.
The County expects and requires employees to treat others with dignity, respect, and professionalism at all times. Staff are to exhibit conduct that reflects inclusion during work activities, at work-related functions, whether on or off County property, at all County-sponsored events, and through all processes and services the County provides.