The Mid-America Regional Council, commonly known as MARC, serves as the association of city and county governments and the metropolitan planning organization for the bistate Kansas City region.
MARC seeks to build a stronger regional community through cooperation, leadership and planning, and addresses issues that extend beyond the jurisdiction of a single city, county or state, including transportation, child care, aging, emergency services, and the environment.
Our work is guided by core values and guiding principles developed by through a collaborative staff process. Our core values include integrity, innovation, collaboration, diversity and inclusion, excellence in performance, and service leadership.
Equal Employment Opportunity Statement
The Mid-America Regional Council is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes all qualified persons without regard to their race, color, sex, disability, national origin, citizenship, age, pregnancy, genetic information, military status, ancestry or any other characteristic or status protected by law. We strive to treat all employees fairly, with consistency and respect, while providing a positive, challenging, and rewarding work experience. We value and encourage diversity in our workplace.
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Before you apply
Please note that MARC is an E-Verify Employer (pdf). Applicants must possess current legal authorization to work in the US and not require sponsorship now or in the future (i.e., H1-B visa, F-1 visa (OPT), TN visa or any other non-immigrant status). MARC also adheres to the Employee Rights Under the Revised FMLA (pdf). If you have questions or for more information, please contact a member of the MARC Human Resources staff.
Limits on Political Activity
As an affiliate of local government agencies that acts on behalf of cities and counties and as a recipient of federal funding, MARC is subject to the provisions of the federal Hatch Act. The act restricts the political activity of individuals who work in connection with programs financed in whole or in part by federal loans and grants. All MARC employees must observe certain guidelines and restrictions on political activity. For example, MARC employees may not run for public office in partisan elections, and people who currently serve as elected officials may not be eligible for employment at MARC. For more information, contact MARC Human Resources staff.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ensures you the right to reasonable accommodations. An accommodation request will not affect your opportunities for employment with MARC. If you have a disability that requires an accommodation for completing an online application form, interviewing, or any other part of the employment process, arrangements will be made. It is your responsibility to make your needs known to Human Resources at 816/474-4240 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note MARC does not accept solicitations or resumes from outside firms or third party agencies for any employment.
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