The state House and Senate are looking to fill many positions in advance of the 2016 legislative session, which starts next month.

Many of the jobs are temporary — the session ends in May — but some are permanent.

Open positions in the House include legislative aide, committee clerk/researcher, program budget analyst, legislative attorney, clerk/data-entry clerk, receptionist, service aide and information resources specialist.

Click here for more information about working at the House.

In the Senate, the current openings include committee clerk, budget analyst, researcher, research attorney, data-entry clerk/office assistant, clerical/secretary/word processor.

If you’re interested in working in the Senate, click here.

Capitol bathed in afternoon light. 13 nov 2015. photograph Cory Lum/Civil Beat

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