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Jobs and Internships at EEOC

EEOC hires in many locations around the country for investigators, mediators, attorneys and administrative and clerical positions. See USAJobs.Gov for a list of current vacancies.

Employment Opportunities at EEOC include: Jobs at EEOC

  • Investigators who perform work involving the handling of inquiries and complaints of employment discrimination under the federal statutes enforced by the EEOC.
  • General Attorney, Trial Attorney, Administrative Judge and Law Clerk positions handling civil rights cases and appeals.
  • Mediators who process charges through the Alternative Dispute Resolution process to settlement.
  • Administrative and Clerical support positions handling incoming phone calls, correspondence and document management.
  • Senior Executive Service (SES) positions including most managerial, supervisory, and policy positions classified above General Schedule (GS) grade 15 or equivalent positions.
  • In addition, EEOC hires Information Technology Specialists, Program Analysts, Management Analysts and more...

Bilingual skills in any of these occupations are often desired.


Applying for a Job

EEOC's job vacancies are listed at USAJOBS, the official job site of the US Federal Government, along with information on how to apply.

2012 Attorney Honor Program

EEOC's Attorney Honor Program hires third-year law students, full-time graduate law students, and judicial law clerks for permanent agency positions.   This website will be updated with information regarding the 2012 Program, including the application deadline, as soon as it becomes available. You can also call (202) 663-7175 or TTY (202) 663-4593 for recorded information.

Internships at EEOC

Many EEOC offices have internships available throughout the year.

Hiring Reform

EEOC's 2010 Hiring Reform Action Plan

EEOC's Internal EEO Program

Employees and applicants for employment with the EEOC who believe that they have been discriminated against by an EEOC employment decision because of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, disability, sexual orientation or reprisal may pursue such claims through the discrimination complaint process administered by the EEOC's Office of Equal Opportunity.