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Agency Information Applying for a Job

How to Apply

Visit the State of Kansas Employment Center to view job vacancies and apply for civil service jobs. 

Who do I Contact

Vacancy announcements include the name of the recruiter and the recruiter's contact information. Please contact the recruiter with questions.

Pay and Benefits
  • Health Insurance — Medical, dental, prescription, and vision coverage are available for all benefit eligible employees. Premiums may be paid on a pre-tax basis. 
  • Retirement — The Kansas Public Employees Retirement System (KPERS) is a defined benefit program which benefit eligible employees begin contributing the first day of employment. 
  • Group Term Life Insurance — The Kansas Department for Children and Families, a state agency, provides life insurance coverage equal to 150 percent of your annual salary. Additional coverage up to $250,000 may be purchased
  • Deferred Compensation — Voluntary defined contribution retirement plan which helps employees supplement their KPERS retirement income. Contributions are made on a pretax basis. 
  • Flexible Spending Accounts — Health and Dependent Care accounts are available. Employees make annual elections, which are paid ​on a pretax basis.
  • Vacation — Earn up to 12 days of vacation leave within the first year. Accrual rates increase after 5, 10, and 15 years of service. 
  • Sick Leave — Earn up to 12 sick days within the first year, which can be used for both employee and family illness, injury, or medical appointments. 
  • Holidays — Eligible employees receive 8 paid holidays per year.
  • Flexible Work Hours — To foster a family friendly work environment, employees may be allowed to work flexible schedules as long as the schedule meets agency needs.

Contact the Human Resource office to receive more detailed information on these and other benefits.