Office of the Vermont Attorney General

Careers

Information about job openings can be found at the The Department of Human Resourses website.

The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

An EEOP Short Form or EEOP Short Form is a workforce analysis that is required as a condition for receiving Justice Department funding subject to the authority of the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968. The purpose of the EEOP Short Form is to make sure that recipients of financial assistance from the Justice Department are providing equal employment opportunities to men and women regardless of sex, race, or national origin. The federal regulations establishing the EEOP requirement also link a diverse workforce to effective law enforcement.

Employment Listings

Assistant Attorney General, Staff Attorney Agency of Education

Assistant Attorney General, Agency of Human Services Legal Division, 1 of 3

Assistant Attorney General, Agency of Human Services Legal Division, 2 of 3

Assistant Attorney General, Agency of Human Services Legal Division, 3 of 3

Assistant Attorney General, Chief of General Counsel and Administrative Law Division

Attorney General’s Office Paralegal I

Attorney General’s Office Civil Investigator

Attorney General’s Office Paralegal I

Attorney General’s Office Paralegal II