The Senate Employment Office assists Senators and Senate Committees with filling entry-level through professional staff vacancies and Sergeant at Arms hiring managers with recruitment. Each Senate office is an independent employer, responsible for candidate screening, interviewing and selection, as well as job requirements, compensation, and conditions of employment.
The Senate Employment Office is nonpartisan and administered by the United States Senate Office of the Sergeant at Arms. This office does not possess hiring authority, nor does it control salaries or job requirements. Please view our website to learn more: https://employment.senate.gov/ .
The Senate Employment Office maintains a resume bank of individuals seeking Senate employment, and refers candidate resumes when Senate offices request them. To become registered, visit https://employment.senate.gov/resume-bank/. Senate resume bank applicants should be available for career employment within two weeks of their registration.
Job and Internship Opportunities
The Senate Employment Office publishes the Senate Employment Bulletin and the Internship Opportunities Bulletin as a resource for Senate offices wishing to advertise staff vacancies. For more information, visit: https://employment.senate.gov/job-vacancies/. To receive live updates to the Senate Employment Bulletin, please follow us on Twitter: @senate_jobs.
To view a list of current vacancies in the Senate Sergeant at Arms, visit: https://sen.gov/6QX3.
Offices within the United States Senate are equal opportunity employers.