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Are you ready to be a part of a team that encompasses a culture of character and excellence, while providing selfless public service and upholding the law through public safety?  If so, then the Montana Department of Justice is the team for you!


This is who we are: A Highway Patrol Trooper responding to the scene of an accident on I-90 after being dispatched by MHP Telecommunications Specialists; Driver Examiners administering a driving test; the Forensic Science Laboratory analyzing evidence; The Gambling Control Division providing guidance for a new business; The Prosecutors with the State Attorney General’s Office defending the rights of Montanans; The Division of Criminal Investigation Agents working a cold case; The Office of Consumer Protection seeking ways to protect the citizens of Montana; Justice IT Specialists overseeing the security of critical information systems; Training Officers preparing the next generation of law enforcement professionals.  We are the Montana Department of Justice, and we need professionals like you!

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The Montana Department of Justice provides equal employment opportunities to applicants and employees without regard or race, color, national origin, age, physical or mental disability, marital status, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, or political beliefs.

After clicking the image, select “Justice” from the Organization Dropdown menu. 

The Montana Department of Justice State Employee Benefitswill 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. Read our Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Plan.

diversityphotosmallIt is the policy of the Montana Department of Justice to provide preference in employment to veterans, disabled veterans, and eligible relatives.

During all phases of the recruitment and selection process people with disabilities may request a Reasonable Accommodation by completing the Accomodation Request Form and submitting it to June Henderson at [email protected] or faxing it to 406.444.1887.

June Henderson
Phone: 406.444.7077
Fax: 406.444.1887
Email: [email protected]

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