Careers at the State Bar

At the State Bar of Arizona (SBA), team members experience success when they embrace our core values:  excellence, respect, innovation, stewardship, integrity, loyalty, service, and tradition.   Candidates are carefully vetted for open positions based on skills, education, experience and fit with the culture and team at SBA.  It's expected that SBA team members have a strong commitment to customer service, demonstrate superior written and oral communication skills, have strong computer skills as relate to the position and are comfortable working in an effective team environment. 

SBA offers its full-time team members a comprehensive benefits package that includes paid vacation leave, paid sick leave and 11 paid holidays.  A choice of two (2) high deductible health plans at no cost to the team member, including employer funding to a health savings account or health reimbursement account, are offered to team members.  Other benefits paid for by SBA include dental insurance, vision insurance, group term life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, long term disability insurance and paid covered parking.   Team members are responsible for the cost for other voluntary benefits that include short-term disability, long-term care  insurance, flexible spending accounts (health care and dependent care).  SBA supports Maricopa County's initiatives to improve the air quality in the Phoenix metro area by offering employee incentives and awards through our Trip Reduction Plan.  Designed to improve team members' health, SBA has an active Wellness team that promotes health lifestyles and offers incentives for those that participate. To help team members prepare for their retirement, SBA has a generous 401(k) employer match and discretionary contributions plan.

The SBA's recruitment team consists of the direct supervisor, designee(s) from the supervisor's team and representatives from the Human Resources division.   If you believe you are a good match for a position at SBA, please consider applying for an open position as provided below:

 

All candidates applying must have a letter of interest reflecting the job title accompany their résumé. Detailed information on how to apply will be posted in the job announcement.

The State Bar of Arizona is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

 

Legal Opportunities

Legal opportunities outside the State Bar can be found at Arizona Attorney Career Center and the Online Classifieds.




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