The Human Resource Office is responsible for recruitment of all openings statewide within the Attorney General's Office, with the exception of Attorney and Law Clerk Positions. The Attorney General’s Office is committed to providing professional growth opportunities for every employee through promotional opportunities, a strong commitment to training, and the encouragement of career development.
Our current openings are listed below. Once you click on an employment link you will navigate away from the Attorney General's website and be redirected to the careers.wa.gov website. You will then be prompted to log in to the electronic recruitment system and submit your profile. If you need assistance with completing your online application please contact the Human Resources Office.
AGO Senior Investigator/Analyst, Torts Division, Seattle. First review of names 8/23/2017.
Legal Office Assistant - Regional Services Division, Everett. Closes 8/16/2017.
Legal Assistant 3, Government Compliance and Enforcement Division, Olympia. First review 7/14/2017.
Legal Assistant 3 with in-training, Labor and Industries Division, Tumwater. First review 8/11/2017.
Legal Assistant 3 with in-training, Social and Health Services Division, Tumwater. First review 8/4/2017.
Legal Assistant 4, Torts Division, Tacoma. First review 7/5/2017.
Legal Assistant 4, Torts Division, Tumwater. First review 8/21/2017.
Paralegal 2, Civil Rights Unit, Seattle. Closes 8/27/2017.
Payroll Specialist (Fiscal Analyst 3), Financial Services Division,Tumwater. First review 8/7/2017.
Program Coordinator, Consumer Protection Division, Seattle. First review 8/7/2017.
Program Coordinator, Spanish Speaking, Consumer Protection Division, Seattle. First review 8/25/2017.
The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, race, creed, color, national origin, honorably discharged veteran or military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons requiring reasonable accommodation in the application process or requiring this announcement in an alternative format may contact Washington Relay