The Montana Department of Justice’s Central Services Division provides financial and human resources support for the department. We make sure that everything works for the people Working for Justice. If you’re interested in a rewarding career helping protect the rights and safety of all Montanans, we invite you to join our team of over 800 dedicated employees working across the state.
The Montana Department of Justice offers great benefits and an opportunity for a rewarding career working alongside professional colleagues in a culture that promotes fairness and growth. Our goals and objectives are many, and our work is diverse. We are Montana Highway Patrol Troopers and forensic scientists at the Montana State Crime lab. We are undercover narcotics agents and the attorneys who defend the Montana Constitution. We are prosecutors, computer programmers, and the people who license every Montana driver and register their vehicles. We defend Montana consumers, investigate scams, and more.
To apply, send us a State of Montana job application in any one of the following ways:
The Montana Department of Justice values the diverse backgrounds, skills, talents, and experiences people with disabilities bring to the workplace. The Department will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified employees and applicants with disabilities unless doing so would create an undue hardship.
Employees or applicants who need reasonable accommodations during the hiring process should contact Tim Schumacher at email@example.com as soon as possible.
EEO AND AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
The Montana Department of Justice provides equal employment opportunities and will make hiring decisions based on individual competencies and qualifications and will not discriminate against employees or applicants based on the following protected classes: race, color, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation or political beliefs in any aspect of employment.
The Montana Department of Justice will take affirmative action (AA) to equalize employment opportunities at all levels of Department operations where there is evidence that there have been barriers to employment for those classes of people who have traditionally been denied equal employment opportunity.
It is the policy of the Montana Department of Justice to provide preference in employment to disabled persons, veterans, disabled veterans, and veterans’ eligible relatives in accordance with the law.
In summary, employees new to state government are eligible, on a yearly basis, to earn 15 days of vacation, 12 sick days, 10-11 holidays (depends on election cycle) as well as full health and dental benefits, life insurance and retirement. For a more detailed table of benefits, please click here.