Coronavirus measures

The City of Brussels has taken several decisions in order to best respect the measures of the federal government in the fight against the coronavirus (Covid-19). More info: coronavirus measures by the City of Brussels. Please note: at the Administrative Centre & liaison offices, all citizens are asked to come alone, maximum 15 minutes before the appointment time, wear a face mask (obligatory) and disinfect their hands.


Working at the City of Brussels

The staff of the City of Brussels dedicate their careers to produce a quality service to the citizens in very different professions: nanny, engineer, architect, lawyer, office clerk,...

Jobs at the municipal administration

Public Education jobs

Other current job offers

Bravvo (Prevention Service)

CPAS (Public Welfare Centre) of the City of Brussels

i-CITY (ICT centre of the City of Brussels)

Diversity plan

Working with a handicap

The City has a policy of diversity, non-discrimination and equal opportunities and is primarily looking for talent. Candidates with a disability should attach next form to their application:

The coordinator of the integration plan looks at the CVs and sees how the workplace of the candidate can be adapted to the disability. He takes care of the candidate during the entire selection process and follows him during the first months after his appointment.

The City of Brussels recruits students for different jobs during the school holidays.

Youth leaders

The Jeugd in Brussel association searches youth leaders for the Dutch-language holiday camps of the City of Brussels. More info:

The Jeunesse à Bruxelles association searches youth leaders for the French-language youth activities of the City of Brussels:

The City of Brussels ensures that each year many students can enrich their academic knowledge through an internship at the City. If you are interested in a trainee period, you can send your resume and a letter via an online form.

More info on employment and training in Brussels: