Make a difference in the communities you care about. Join MTC and we'll map out the future together — both the Bay Area’s future and your own.
Working to Improve the Bay Area
MTC’s research, planning and coordination across 101 cities and nine counties — with nearly 8 million people — is making history at the local and state levels. Be a part of an organization that is working to improve the Bay Area for everyone in the region.
An Inspired Culture at MTC
The people at MTC are passionate public servants dedicated to making the Bay Area a better place to live and work. Collaboration between departments — and with partner agencies and members of the public — makes MTC a nationally recognized trendsetter for innovation and excellence.
At MTC, we are curious, bold and changing our communities for the better.
External jobs posted here are open to members of the community who want to make MTC their next career destination.
Current MTC staff members, temporary employees or agency personnel are invited to apply for these internal job openings.
MTC’s summer internship programs for college and high school students offer insights and experience for the next generation of transportation and housing experts.
MTC’s employees work in planning, finance, advocacy, data analysis and so much more. We collaborate to achieve regional goals for transportation, housing, equity and resilience that make the Bay Area better.
MTC’s benefits and compensation package is one of the best in California. Learn more about the robust benefits, professional development opportunities and beautiful office that make it a pleasure to work for MTC.
Diversity is part of what makes the Bay Area a great place to live and work. MTC embraces the different perspectives that staff bring to the agency, and promotes a professional community that values inclusivity and respect.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission is an equal-opportunity, non-discriminatory employer. MTC provides all employees and applicants with an equal opportunity in every aspect of the employment experience regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, physical handicap, medical condition or marital status.