Job Opportunities and Resources

MO Careers is your starting place to find a career in Missouri Government. Browse state job listings, learn how to apply, view state benefits and more. You can also explore the sidebar to the right to view job openings for individual agency listings. To view current job  opportunities: /  Follow MO Careers on Facebook.

Not sure how to get started with your job search? Whether you’re looking for a new career, are ready to start your first job, or have lost your job, the  Job Centers offer products and services to you at no cost.

The Office of Administration (OA) administers the  State of Missouri Internship Program, which provides college students the opportunity to experience the value of employment with OA, while gaining on-the-job training that integrates education, career development and public service. The internship program aims to cultivate a pool of diverse talent that includes people of populations currently underrepresented in the state workforce. In so doing, the program makes a valuable contribution to the people of Missouri, today and in the future.

The  Missouri Department of Corrections is now hiring in more than 200 job classifications in 90 locations throughout the state. A career in corrections is a chance to make a difference — by making our communities safer, by equipping Missourians in the criminal justice system with the skills they need to succeed, and by securing a better future for yourself and your family. The state has demonstrated an ongoing commitment to investment in corrections staff, with competitive benefits, transformative professional development, enhanced wellness resources, and a series of significant pay increases that have raised the starting correctional officer salary by more than 30% over the last five years.

If you want to work but have a disability that keeps you from finding, keeping or advancing in a job,  Vocational Rehabilitation (VR) may be able to help you. VR specializes in employment and training services that can assist you in becoming employed. A VR counselor will determine your eligibility for services. To be eligible, you need to have a physical or mental impairment that causes problems with working and need VR services to be successfully employed.

The  Governor´s Council on Disability (GCD) promotes full participation and inclusion of the nearly 1 million Missourians with disabilities in all aspects of community life by educating citizens, businesses, schools, universities and others of their rights and responsibilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

The  Missouri State Rehabilitation Council for the Blind (SRC) provides advice and recommendations to RSB on programs, policies and processes in the vocational rehabilitation program. If you are interested in working for the State of Missouri and are blind or visually impaired, SRC can help!