Career Opportunities

View and apply for currently posted Minnesota Judicial Branch positions by clicking on the Search for Employment Opportunities button below. 

When you click on the word “Apply” in the job announcement you will be taken to This is our vendor's secure site where you will create an account and submit your application for the position. Additional information and tips for navigating the online application process may be viewed in's Online Employment Application Guide and on the Application Tips tab on this page.

If you have trouble logging in, resetting/retrieving your password, or other technical issues, contact applicant support at weekdays from 8am to 5pm, Pacific Time at their toll-free number:  (855) 524-5627.

To request a reasonable accommodation for the job application or hiring process with the Minnesota Judicial Branch, call (651) 284-3863 or use the Human Resources Contact Form.

The Minnesota Judicial Branch is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of the Minnesota Judicial Branch that all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotions, and other terms and conditions of employment be made without discrimination on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, membership or activity in a local human rights commission, disability, sexual orientation, or age. We value and encourage applicants from diverse backgrounds. Online Employment Application Guide

If you already work for a Minnesota state government agency, learn about InterBranch Transfers.

On average, allow approximately 30 - 45 minutes to complete you application. After you complete the sections labeled "Agency Wide Questions," you can either click the "Save and Proceed" button to move to the next step of the application process or click the "Save Work in Progress" button and complete at a later time.  Note: You must click the "Confirm" button at the end of the application by the time listed on the posted close date to be considered for recruitment.

If you are composing lengthy information you should do the composing in a word processing program and then copy and paste the information into the fields on the application. This will ensure that you do not lose information if you get disconnected from your browser.

Your application information is saved as you complete each page and use the "Save and Proceed" button. You can close down, then come back later and pick up where you last saved information.

Once you complete your application the information will be stored and available for your use for future job openings.

If you submit your application and you wish to apply for a second job before signing off you must return to the list of job openings. Click on another job title. The system will walk you through reviewing your application information and submitting your second application.

The fields on the application that have an asterisk (*) are required fields and you must type in something in order to continue with the application.

If there is an error or missing information the system will re-load the page with the fields that need to be corrected identified near the top in red.

Changes can be made to your application at any time before it is submitted, or prior to applying for a new position. Once you submit an application for a particular position however, you cannot go back and make changes to that application.

Please note that if you realize that you did not attach all of your documents to your application or you have changes that need to be made to your application, you will have to wait until the next day to make those changes and reapply to that job posting.

For assistance applying for Minnesota Judicial Branch vacancies, please contact Human Resources at (651) 284-3863 or online.
The Minnesota Judicial Branch offers eligible employees a comprehensive benefit package.

We participate in the State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP), which is administered by Minnesota Management and Budget (MMB). The state’s health benefits include medical and optional dental insurance, a pharmacy benefit, and programs that offer health coaching and worksite wellness initiatives. Other benefits include life, disability, and long-term care insurance, and pre-tax spending accounts for medical, dental, vision, childcare, parking, and commuting expenses. SEGIP also supports employee wellbeing at home and in the workplace through its Employee Assistance Program.

Additional benefits for eligible employees joining the Minnesota Judicial Branch include vacation, sick leave, paid holidays and participation in the Minnesota State Retirement System’s defined benefit pension plan. Specific benefit eligibility is determined by employment status. (i.e. FT/PT/Intermittent/ Temporary)

To view additional benefits information pertaining to new hires, visit the SEGIP website.

Public Notices/Requests for Proposals 

There are no contractor openings at this time.

Discover your career with the Minnesota Judicial Branch! 
Minnesota’s courts have a national reputation for  innovation and excellence. The dedicated employees of the Minnesota Judicial Branch support the delivery of timely justice to the people of Minnesota through their work in district courthouses and administrative offices across the state, and at the Minnesota Judicial Center in downtown St. Paul.

Picture yourself working in a unique public sector environment that values your skills, energy and commitment to making a difference. We welcome you to view and apply for currently available positions.

Vendors and service providers who wish to respond to Minnesota Judicial Branch Requests for Proposals may view current announcements on the Contractor Opportunities tab.