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How do you find jobs listed by the U.S. Department of Justice?

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The Career page on the U.S. Department of Justice website provides general information on available jobs offered within the DOJ. Most of these jobs are paid, but the DOJ also offers unpaid volunteer legal intern opportunities.

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The DOJ has vacancies at the Office of the United States Attorneys, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, Drug Enforcement Administration and Federal Bureau of Investigation, among others, as of October 2015. The DOJ also has job openings for experienced attorneys, entry level attorneys and law students, as of October 2015.

The DOJ USAJobs website provides a search function for specific DOJ job vacancies. Open job vacancies are searchable by keyword and/or location. Current federal employees can check the indicated box to include open positions for which they may have preference. Click on the Advanced search to filter search results by specific job title, department or agency or by excluding certain search terms. Additional Search Options in the Advanced search also limits search results by supervisory level, whether travel is required or if a security clearance is required.

DOJ legal jobs are searchable on the DOJ Legal Careers webpage. Users can search by position, hiring organization, practice area or state.

The DOJ is committed to disability hiring and is an equal opportunity employer.

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