Department of Justice – Civil Rights Division job postings

The Department of Justice – Civil Rights Division is seeking qualified applicants for the following positions. These position can also be found at the DOJ website: http://www.justice.gov/crt/employment

Remarks Position Salary Closing Date
NEW Chief
Criminal Section
ES-905 ($123,175 to $185,100 per year) 3/9/16
NEW Principal Deputy Chief
Criminal Section
ES-905 ($123,175 to $185,100 per year) 3/9/16
NEW Special Legal Counsel
Criminal Section
SL-905 ($123,175 to $185,100 per year)
(DOJ employees only)
3/9/16
NEW Special Litigation Counsel
Criminal Section
GS-905-15 ($128,082 to $160,300 per year)
(DOJ employees only)
3/9/16
Chief
Housing and Civil Enforcement Section
ES-905 ($123,175 to $185,100 per year) 2/19/16
Trial Attorney
Educational Opportunities Section
GS-905-13/15 ($92,145 to $160,300 per year)

NON-REIMBURSABLE DETAIL FOR CURRENT FEDERAL EMPLOYEES

2/19/16
Supervisory Paralegal Specialist (MPP)
Appellate Section
GS-950-12 ($77,490 to $100,736 per year) 2/19/16
Supervisory Trial Attorney (Deputy Chief)
Criminal Section
GS-905-15 ($128,082 to $160,300 per year)
(DOJ employees only)
2/22/16
Chief
Educational Opportunities Section
ES-905 ($123,175 to $185,100 per year) 2/23/16
Information Technology Specialist (Webmaster)
Administrative Management Section
GS-2210-13 ($92,145 to $119,794 per year) 2/23/16
Human Resources Specialist
Administrative Management Section
GS-201-9/11 ($53,435 to $84,044 per year) 2/23/16
Accessibility Specialist (MPP)
Disability Rights Section
GS-301-13 ($92,145 to $119,794 per year) 2/26/16
Accessibility Specialist (DEU)
Disability Rights Section
GS-301-13 ($92,145 to $119,794 per year) 2/26/16
Attorney Adviser (Senior Counsel for Human Trafficking)
Criminal Section
GS-905-15 ($128,082 to $160,300 per year) 2/29/16
Attorney Adviser
Criminal Section
GS-905-14/15 ($108,887 to $160,300 per year) 2/29/16
Student Volunteers (Division-wide) N/A (Volunteer) See Description

Individuals interested in applying for these positions should comply with the application procedures and closing dates in the vacancy announcement.  The Division does not accept unsolicited resumes or applications (i.e., those not submitted in response to a particular vacancy announcement).  If you need more information about a specific Civil Rights Division vacancy, please call the Human Resources Office, Team 1 on (202) 514-3934.