The Department of Justice (DOJ) leads the nation in ensuring the protection of all Americans while preserving their constitutional freedoms. As a Justice employee you'll be a member of a team where you can achieve your career goals and apply your skills and talents to our important mission.
DOJ agencies post job announcements directly to USAJobs.gov - the one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment opportunities sponsored by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. Opportunities for attorneys and law students are listed on DOJ's Legal Careers site.
USAJobs.gov allows you to search for openings by location or keyword. You can also search for openings within a specific Department of Justice agency, post and create a resume, apply for Federal Government jobs, and receive automated job alerts.
|Extradition Analyst||Arlington, Virginia||2017-12-21|
|Clinical Psychologist (Advanced Care Level Psychologist)||Gregg Township, Pennsylvania||2018-01-02|
|Budget Officer||Wilmington, Delaware||2017-12-29|
|Student Trainee (Clerical)||Tampa, Florida||2017-12-19|
|Information Technology Specialist||Syracuse, New York||2017-12-29|
In addition to posting their vacancies on USAJOBS.gov, some Department of Justice agencies discuss career opportunities and list vacancies on their websites.
Attorney and Law Student Opportunities
Discover what it's like to practice law at the "Nation's Litigator." We recognize and appreciate the need for attorneys of varied backgrounds and skills, and offer an inclusive environment that relies on diverse perspectives to ensure that we effectively serve the American people. Whether you are a law student or a seasoned attorney, there are opportunities for you at the Department of Justice.
Experienced Attorneys - Current Attorney Vacancies
Entry Level Attorneys - The Attorney General's Honors Program
We are committed to addressing the employment and professional development needs of the disability community. To assist disability employment efforts, the Department coordinates activities to provide all DOJ Components the opportunity to attract, develop, retain, and accommodate talented individuals from this important community.