The Public Building Commission of Chicago is the public agency formed in 1956 to oversee the construction of quality public facilities, and since then has managed the development of such major projects as the Daley Center, the new Chicago Police Headquarters, Millennium Park, and the new Kennedy-King College campus, as well as dozens of police stations, fire houses, public schools, libraries, campus parks and park district facilities. The PBC oversees these projects on behalf of its clients: the City of Chicago, Cook County, the Chicago Public Library, the Chicago Public Schools, the Chicago Park District and City Colleges of Chicago.
To accomplish its mission, the PBC hires individuals for a variety of positions, offering competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and the opportunity to participate in shaping the City of Chicago's public facilities and its future.
Opportunities are posted on the PBC's Web page, www.pbcchicago.com. Those interested in pursuing those vacancies can respond by sending query letters and resumes to email@example.com. Questions regarding jobs opportunities also may be directed to this email address.
The PBC is an equal opportunity employer.