Washington State

Office of the Attorney General

Attorney General

Bob Ferguson

Most Assistant Attorney General positions are represented by the Association of Washington Assistant Attorneys General/Washington Federation of State Employees (AWAAG/WFSE). Assistant Attorney General salaries are set in accordance with the AWAAG/WFSE Collective Bargaining Agreement. A competitive state benefits package is also offered which includes a choice of medical/dental insurance plans, retirement, life and basic long-term disability insurance. Positions identified as being within King County are eligible for 5% assignment pay per legislative action.

Aside from a competitive salary, medical/dental, retirement and other insurance benefits, the Office offers non-financial benefits that support and enhance personal and professional development. These include:

  • A collaborative and professional work environment
  • Talented, dedicated colleagues
  • Vacation and sick leave
  • Paid holidays
  • A vibrant training program that can completely satisfy CLE requirements
  • Formal and informal mentoring programs
  • Performance management program
  • Infants in the Workplace policy
  • Affinity groups, including Bereavement, Elder Care, Women, Parents, LGBTQ+, Disabilities, People of Color and Veterans
  • Promotional and transfer opportunities
  • Wellness program
  • Flexible work schedules

Equally if not more important is the satisfaction in knowing that your work serves a crucial role in the protection of the state, its people and resources.