Come work for the great state of Wyoming! With full-time, part-time, and temporary positions across over 70 different agencies, there's something for everyone. Working for the State of Wyoming offers not only great employee benefits, but endless opportunities for growth in your career.
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If you want to feel like your work makes a difference for your community, the State of Wyoming is the perfect place for you. Apply now!
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Application and Hiring Assistance
Phone: (307) 777-7188
Hiring Criteria and Process
Process and Screening:
After applying for a position with the State of Wyoming, applications which have passed the Minimum Qualifications are forwarded to the respective hiring agency. The agency may add further preference criteria before reviewing the applications. The agency will schedule interviews and hire from this list of eligible candidates.
Important Applicant Information:
On each Job Posting, there is a link to the pay grade for the class specifications. To view the class specifications and identify the minimum qualifications by position click here.
When an applicant meets the minimum qualifications, the applicant’s contact information is available to the hiring agency.
Applicants can view their specific position status in the “Application Status” section of Governmentjobs.com when logged in under their profile.
The hiring agency is responsible for contacting applicants, interviewing and making hiring decisions.
Some positions may require agency administered testing as part of the selection process. If this is necessary, the applicants will be contacted.
Applicants will be notified by email or mail. If applicants have a reason to believe that a determination was made in error, questions may be directed to the A&I Human Resources Division at 307-777-7188.
Questions Regarding the Hiring & Selection Process:
Specific questions regarding the agency hiring process should be directed to the hiring agency. A listing of state agencies is available at: http://www.wyo.gov/agencies
State of Wyoming Employment Application
We encourage applicants to apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wyoming. Using the online system is the most efficient method to apply for a State of Wyoming job.
Individual Job Postings are released to announce specific vacancies. These job postings may be released for a limited time or a continuous period, which is “open until filled”. The hiring agency may close the posting at any time without notice. An official State of Wyoming Employment Application must be received no later than 11:59 pm on the closing date on the job posting.
Online Employment Application
To complete and submit your State of Wyoming Employment Application online, click on "Job Opportunities” to begin the process and to view current job postings. To apply for a job posting, follow the directions to create your profile. An active login is required to create the on-line application. If you have an active login, you can update your application and apply for any job posting. Your active login and profile provide one ‘Master’ application that can be edited to as needed to reflect your qualifications for other job postings.
If you chose to attach resumes, transcripts or certifications to your application, use the “Add Attachments” option.
Note: Resumes will not be accepted in place of a completed official State of Wyoming Employment Application
If you are a war veteran as defined in Section 101, Title 38, United States Code or a widow of a war veteran and wish to claim any veterans' preference, please attach the appropriate documentation (DD214 Form) to your application substantiating your claim.
Appointment of Non-U.S. Citizens.
Every time an agency hires any person, the agency must complete an Immigration and Naturalization Service Form I-9 to verify that the person is eligible to work in the United States. Agencies must carefully follow the Immigration and Naturalization Service Handbook for Employers in completing the I-9 form.
If the person hired is an alien, the appointment must be in compliance with all State and federal laws and regulations, including the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 and the Immigration Act of 1990. An alien is any person who is not a citizen or national of the United States.
Agencies shall only appoint persons authorized to work, either temporarily or permanently, in the United States.
When an employee's work authorization expires, the agency must verify the employee's employment eligibility. The employee must present a document that shows either an extension of the employee's initial employment authorization or new work authorization. If the employee cannot provide proof of current work authorization, the agency may not continue to employ that person.
No agency shall be a sponsor or petitioner on behalf of any temporary alien without the express written consent of the Governor or authorized representative of the Governor.
No agency may contract with or permit a third party (e.g., a law firm) to petition any federal agency to change an alien's immigration status without prior consultation with the Attorney General's Office and the written approval of the Governor or the Governor's authorized representative.
The State of Wyoming and its various agencies would like to afford the option of internship/externship opportunities for students to gain first-hand knowledge and understanding of governmental processes through pre-professional work experience in various occupational fields.
Any student who is currently enrolled at college, university or vocational technical school is eligible to apply for internship vacancies
High school students are eligible, but must be at least sixteen years of age.
Many universities, colleges and community colleges offer academic credits for the successful completion of an internship. It is the student’s responsibility to contact their school or advisor to obtain this credit within the school’s guidelines. Typically receipt of academic credit is approved between the school and the state agency prior to the beginning of the internship.
Most State of Wyoming internships are unpaid. A few agencies have the ability to offer varying levels of compensation. If you would like to explore paid internship opportunities, please go to www.governmentjobs.com/careers/wyoming and enter “intern” into the search engine.
If you are interested in exploring unpaid State of Wyoming internship possibilities, please click here to see which agencies provide internships.
Agencies are required to submit an internship proposal to:
Jennifer Wacker, Program Manager
Human Resources Division
Department of A&I
2323 Carey Avenue
Cheyenne, WY 82002