Join Our Team Bring your passions, creativity & strengths to work every day. NEW: The NC State Government Internships Program is now accepting applications until Jan. 9. Find paid internships for college students (filter by job category: Internships) alongside DOA job opportunities, more info in the link at the bottom of the page. NCDOA Job Opportunities Join Our Team DOA Overview Brochure How do I get the job? Sign Up for Job Alerts Need Help? Contact Us Lauren Scott, Recruitment Specialist: Lauren.M.Scott@doa.nc.gov Jenna Batchelor, Salary Administrator: Jenna.Batchelor@doa.nc.gov Sherry Morales, Class & Comp: Sherry.Morales@doa.nc.gov Lisa Lyons, Recruitment Assistant: Lisa.Lyons@doa.nc.gov Call: 984-236-0040 Before You Apply: Things to Know Work History When completing applications using our online system, applicants must manually input their entire work history and education Note: you can input your work history and education when first creating your account, that information will then automatically populate when applying for jobs Always Check the Minimum Education and Experience Requirements Each job listing has a “Minimum Education and Experience Requirements” section, if your application does not clearly show that you meet these requirements, your application will not be considered for that position Fine Tune Your Application to the Job Make sure you thoroughly read the entire job listing Clearly list and highlight the experience, knowledge, skills and abilities that make you a strong fit for this specific position Note: the questions you answer at the end of the application process are written specifically for that opening, answer them as completely as possible Cover Letters Consider writing a cover letter for the position, even if it isn't required, as they can give the hiring manager information they can't get from a resume and showcase your ability to communicate Proofread Double check your application for spelling and grammar errors before submitting — even better, have someone else proofread it for errors We Value You Our annual benefits include: 12 paid holidays, 14 days vacation leave, 12 days sick leave, health insurance, supplemental benefits and a robust retirement plan. We treat our people like people. Search NCDOA openings Other NC jobs State of NC Internships The NC Internship Program provides college students with professional work experience that connects their classroom experiences and potential career choices.