Welcome to the Texas Attorney General's Employment Opportunities page.
The attorney general is the constitutional, statewide elected official who acts as the attorney for the state of Texas. The Attorney General performs a variety of functions including collecting court-ordered child support, enforcing state consumer protection laws, and administering the state’s Crime Victims’ Compensation Fund. The attorney general also serves as legal counsel to boards and agencies of state government, issues legal opinions when requested by authorized requesters, and sits as an ex-officio member of various state committees and commissions. He defends against challenges to state laws and defends both state agencies and individual employees of the state when they are sued. The attorney general files civil and criminal suits upon referral by other state agencies and, in some circumstances, has original jurisdiction to prosecute violations of the law without a referral from another agency.
Career OpportunitiesThe Office of the Attorney General (OAG) employs over 4,000 individuals in a wide variety of professional, administrative, law enforcement, and technical positions. If you are interested in joining the OAG’s talented and dynamic workforce, please visit the Employment Opportunities page of our website for more information on job opportunities. The OAG accepts applications only through www.workintexas.com. Applicants with questions should send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Hearing impaired individuals may contact our office via Relay Texas at (800) 735-2989 (TTY/TDD).
To apply for a position with the OAG, take the following steps:
- Register or Log On as a job seeker with WorkInTexas.com
- Browse the OAG’s open positions (enter “Attorney General of Texas” in the “Agency Name/University” field” and then click “Search”)
- Submit a State of Texas Employment application through WorkinTexas
We look forward to receiving your electronic application.