Join Our Team
Are you someone who enjoys assisting others and working well with a team? If this sounds like you, the Industrial Commission might have an opportunity that interests you.
The environment and culture we’ve built at the Commission are both productive and relaxed. We take our work seriously, but we also make sure to have fun and provide each other with support. We have ten locations throughout the state and offer a range of benefits such as flexible schedules for most positions, opportunities for advancement and training, an excellent work-life balance, and top-tier benefits. We welcome you to explore all that we have to offer.
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Jobs with the State of Idaho
All job openings with the state of Idaho are listed on the website of the Idaho Division of Human Resources and each job announcement provides specific information about the position and how to apply
Equal Employment Opportunity
The success of the Commission and the accomplishment of its mission are dependent upon our employees. For that reason, our Respectful Workplace Program begins with our commitment to selecting the best employees possible based on their skills and experience, giving all applicants an equal chance at employment and advancement. Discrimination in the hiring or advancement of employees is contrary to the policy of this Commission and to good business practice. Equal employment opportunity is more than just good business; it is the law. Discrimination in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, actual or perceived gender identity, sexual preference, or disability is strictly prohibited.
Therefore, the Industrial Commission will continue to take steps necessary to ensure that all aspects of the employment process (including recruiting, hiring, transfer, promotion, training, compensation, benefits, layoffs, terminations, and due process) do not discriminate against any individual on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, sex, actual or perceived gender identity, sexual preference, or disability. Industrial Commission employees will also refrain from discrimination when interacting with third parties outside the office.
All newly hired employees are subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification program, which helps employers verify employment eligibility. This program was established by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration according to Executive Order #2001-10. Participation in the E-Verify program doesn’t exempt the agency from the obligation to complete a Form I-9 for everyone it hires.