DOJ Jobs

 
The Civil Rights Division (Division) would like to thank each of you for participating in our efforts to increase outreach to individuals interested in working for the Division.  The Division hopes to attract a broad and diverse pool of qualified applicants, and, to that end, encourages you to forward this information to any qualified applicants, including qualified applicants with disabilities, who may be interested in working for the Division.
 
For your convenience, all current Division job announcements that are open to the public are listed below.  Please also remind members of your organization that all job announcements can always be found on the Division’s homepage, http://www.justice.gov/crt/employment.  In addition, if you know of other organizations that might want to receive our job announcements, please let them know the process is very simple.  They just need to send an email to CRT.Jobs@usdoj.gov.  There are no elaborate forms to fill out – just an email indicating that the organization wishes to receive future job listings and the e-mail address for us to contact them.  Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have suggestions on how we can improve our outreach efforts. 
 
The chart below includes the Civil Rights Division job opportunities currently available to the public. 
 

Remarks Position Salary Closing Date
NEW Student Trainee (Human Resources) Pathways Internship
Administrative Management Section
GS-299-4 ($32,428 to $42,151 per year) 6/7/17*
  Student Trainee (Financial Management) Pathways Internship
Administrative Management Section
GS-599-3/4 ($28,886 to $42,151 per year) 6/5/17*
  Student Trainee (Information Technology) Pathways Internship
Administrative Management Section
GS-2299-4 ($32,428 to $42,151 per year) 6/5/17*
  Student Volunteers (Division-wide) N/A (Volunteer) See Description

 
 
 
 



*These vacancies are limited to the first 100 applications received and will close at midnight on the closing date or at midnight on the day we receive the 100th application, whichever comes first.