Government features information on finding jobs, career advice, and information on degrees in public service and public affairs. It is sponsored by the three most prominent organizations in professional public service and education: NASPAA, ASPA, and APPAM.

ProAssociation Careers: Job opportunities in professional associations and societies listed. While the bulk of the listings are provided by SimplyHired, this site also accepts direct listings to its database, which are then exported out to SimplyHired. You can browse by state or search by a combination of keyword, location, and distance from your current home. They've also already tagged a few Special Searches for popular locations and job categories so you don't need to repeat the basics.

“Government Executive” Magazine

“Governing” Magazine

ICMA Organization

“American City and County” Magazine

NASPAA Organization – (co-host, Public Service Careers)

This site lists individual job boards by industry:

Quintessential Careers – Education

Quintessential Careers – Green Jobs

Quintessential Careers – Health care, Social Work

Quintessential Careers – Government

Quintessential Careers – Environmental

ProGovJobs: It is their mission to provide cost efficient, user-friendly ways of sharing employment information to worldwide job seekers and all government and commercial employers. They offer their services to all Federal, Defense/Military, State & Local Government Agencies as well as commercial companies, corporations and staffing agencies engaged in government awarded programs.

Federal Jobs Network: Are you considering a federal job? The federal government employs approximately 2.2 million workers plus 700,000 Postal employees. The U.S. Government is the largest employer in the United States, hiring over 2.0 percent of the nation's work force, and the average annual salary for full-time federal job holders exceeds $81,258. Find thousands of federal job listings on this site and learn how to tailor your federal resume and apply for vacancies using the job announcement as your guide.


US Office of Personnel Management

National Conference of State Legislatures: If you are interested in employment opportunities with state legislatures or other public policy positions, check our Jobs Clearinghouse listing periodically. Search on this page to find current position openings posted in NCSL's Jobs Clearinghouse, See table of contents on the right for links to employment offices of state legislatures and other agencies.


Union Jobs: This is the central site for posting open positions in unions and socially allied organizations that are now accepting applications.

US Department of State: The Department’s employees, Foreign Service Officers and Specialists, Civil Service professionals and Foreign Service Nationals work at over 265 locations overseas, and throughout the United States. Together, they help to build and sustain a more democratic, secure, and prosperous world composed of well-governed states that respond to the needs of their people, reduce widespread poverty, and act responsibly within the international system.

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