California Department of Justice

DOJ employees have earned an outstanding reputation for meeting the highest professional standards, providing great service, and demonstrating courageous leadership and a commitment to excellence to the people of California. If you share our determination to make a better California, a better country and a better world, we invite you to join the very best and seek a career with the Office of the Attorney General, Department of Justice.

The California Constitution establishes the Attorney General as the state's chief law officer, responsible for ensuring that the laws of the state are uniformly and adequately enforced. The Attorney General is vested with broad powers and carries out these important responsibilities through the California Department of Justice. The Department of Justice is committed to fostering and maintaining an engaged and inclusive organizational culture that celebrates shared values and diversity, which are integral to excellence. Diversity is defined as the combination of characteristics that make each person unique and valuable. A commitment to diversity means creating a work environment that respects the differences, talents, and abilities of all employees and fosters a culture where everyone has the opportunity to excel. The Department of Justice includes over 4,500 employees who are engaged in a variety of law enforcement and legal services. The department's main offices are in Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Oakland and Fresno. The Attorney General and Department of Justice employees take seriously the mission to serve our state and work honorably every day to fulfill California's promise. We invite you to learn more about the exciting opportunities that await you as a employee with the Attorney General's Office, Department of Justice. In order to apply for any job with the California Department of Justice, you must take and pass the corresponding exam for the job. Also, please create a CalCareer account on jobs.ca.gov. This account allows you to submit an application via online and take exams, plus much more!

California Department of Justice Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 30, 2021
Full time
Job Description and Duties The Employment and Administrative Mandate (EAM) Section of the California Department of Justice is seeking to hire civil litigators desiring to represent the interests of the People of the State of California at hearings, trials and appeals of all levels.  Applicants have the opportunity to join the State of California’s largest group of employment specialists as well as a diverse group of over 5,000 professionals who are dedicated to public service. Deputies assigned to the Employment and Administrative Mandate Section handle a broad range of civil cases.  We focus on public employment litigation in state and federal courts and provide employment-related advice to a large group of state agencies. We defend over 100 state agencies in connection with lawsuits involving claims under the Fair Employment and Housing Act, Title VII, and a variety of retaliation statutes, among others.  EAM attorneys handle the litigation matters from inception...
$4,214 - $7,463 monthly
California Department of Justice 1300 I Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 30, 2021
Full time
Information Technology Associate Description: Under general supervision, incumbents typically perform a variety of recurring, well-defined tasks requiring occasional innovative problem-solving within guidelines and a scope that may encompass one or more units, functions or processes in the Business Technology Management, Client Services, or Software Engineering domains. Incumbent responsibilities may include: Execute guidelines for technology governance and process improvement Track, monitor, and audit information technology assets; analyze, develop and document business processes Formulate, deliver, and coordinate end user training; resolve client incidents or requests Install, configure, maintain, and troubleshoot applications; research and analyze new client technologies Develop and update controls to ensure availability of systems and databases; maintain software product documentation Create, enhance, and maintain information technology software...
$4,496 - $5,629 monthly
California Department of Justice 1300 I Street, Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 30, 2021
Full time
Under the direction of attorneys in the False Claims Unit and supervision by the Supervising Deputy Attorney General, the senior legal analyst (or legal analyst) will assist attorneys and professional staff in preparing for and participating in complex false claims actions including investigations, discovery, trials, hearings, settlement conferences and meetings. These positions entail responsible and varied litigation support work including electronic document management and information management projects including, but not limited to: Brief banks Trial presentations Event chronologies Time lines Transcript projects The senior legal analyst (or legal analyst) is responsible for gathering and tracking all evidence and discovery, reviewing paper and electronic data and working with the Litigation Support Section to ensure proper repository of documents. They serve as an electronic litigation support consultant and trains other section staff on...
$2,722 - $3,658 monthly
California Department of Justice Sacramento, CA, USA
Jun 30, 2021
Full time
The Program Technician is an entry and training level position.  A Program Technician can expect to complete varying levels of specialist work .  You will learn and complete increasingly difficult duties of a semitechnical nature. As you become more proficient in your duties you will work under general supervision & guidelines.   There are opportunities for more senior-level candidates or those with clerical experience.  Apply to receive links to the Program Technician series of exams.