As a small state agency, the Treasurer’s Office normally operates with a staffing level of about 65 employees. We’re proud that when people join our staff, they typically end up working a long and fulfilling career with the office. Although our staff turnover and job openings can be minimal at times, we do have the need to recruit and fill positions. We look for and anticipate that new employees will enrich our current workforce through their knowledge, skills, competencies, diversity and work experience.
As new employees find a career with the OST, we experience that they find the small agency atmosphere and culture rewarding and pleasant. This leads them to stay a while! Over the years we have had several employees end with a total of 40-plus years of state service, with most of their tenure worked at the Treasurer’s Office. We also strive to provide career development and growth, and look for opportunities to provide promotions to our current internal staff where skills and competencies are a match.
To be considered for this position, please submit:
- A letter of interest with a detailed description of experience which specifically addresses the Desired Qualifications (no more than two pages).
- A chronological resume with employment dates included
- A list of professional references.
- A completed OST application form with valid contact information for previous employers.
Send materials to:
Submit materials by email (preferred), fax, or postal service to:
Office of the State Treasurer
Attention: Nadine Sordahl
P.O. Box 40200
Olympia, WA 98504-0200
or fax: (360) 704-5132
Openings Filled In The Past Year
Over the past year we have filled positions in the following job classifications: Debt Program Analyst, Program Specialist, Information Technology Specialist, Fiscal Analyst and Local Government Investment Pool Administrator – to name a few. Please check back to this web site here in the future to see if we have a job opening that fits your ambitions and skill set.
Some of the benefits offered by the State of Washington are:
- Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
- Choice of retirement plans
- 11 Paid Holidays
- Paid Vacation and Sick Leave
- Deferred Compensation
- Flexible work schedule
OST is committed to the practice of equal employment opportunity and non-discrimination. Persons of disability needing assistance in the application process, or those needing this announcement in an alternative format, please contact Stacy Pierson, OST Human Resource Office, at (360) 902-9009 or fax (360) 704-5132, or via email to Stacy.Pierson@tre.wa.gov.
For information on openings with other Washington state agencies visit: careers.wa.gov