Capitol Jobs Marketplace
Posted: September 22, 2017
Organization: Tri-County Alliance for Public Education
Job Title: Executive Director
Job Summary: The Tri-County Alliance Executive Director will serve as an advocate for a better understanding of students’ needs; a liaison with the legislature, state agencies and the media; and a facilitator of cooperative efforts to create support for the needs of Tri-County schools and districts while enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of public education.
Additional Details: TCA Job Posting
Application Process: Submit a letter of interest, current resume, letter of recommendation, and (if applicable) examples of campaigns organized no later than November 10, 2017 to Katie Whitman-Herzer, Tri-County Alliance for Public Education, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Posted: September 18, 2017
Organization: Capitol Commission
Job Title: Business Office Specialist
Job Summary: The Business Office Specialist is a non-partisan position reporting to the Business Director and is under the direction of the Michigan State Capitol Commission (MSCC). Employees in this job function are responsible for both human resource and business functions. This position requires advanced knowledge in respective fields of work areas and accepts responsibility for highly complex assignments, the scope of which is significant and has considerable impact within the agency. Typically, this position does not supervise and works under the Director of Administration.
Additional Details: MSCC Job Posting
Application Process: Online applications are being accepted through the State of Michigan’s NEOGOV system at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan. A resume, college transcripts, and a cover letter outlining interest and qualifications must be included as attachments in the online application. Applications are due September 29.
Posted: September 13, 2017
Organization: Legislative Service Bureau
Job Title: Software Development Specialist
Job Summary: The Michigan Legislature is seeking a talented software developer to join a team that will build a new and exciting legislative information system to be used by the House of Representatives, Senate, and Legislative Service Bureau. You will be part of a collaborative team to help shape the way the product is built utilizing the latest technology and development tools. This individual will work with a contracted software vendor to design, implement, test, and deploy a technical solution on a project that is critical to the Legislature. The work will help solve complex technical challenges in the existing legacy system and for the new software solution. Due to onsite team collaboration, remote work is not an option.
Additional Details: LSB Job Posting
Application Process: Online applications are being accepted through the State of Michigan’s NEOGOV system at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan. A resume, college transcripts, and a cover letter outlining interest and qualifications must be included as attachments in the online application. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Current Legislative Council employees who wish to apply should contact the LSB Human Resources Office at 517-373-9643.