Careers

Job Postings 

The Texas Judicial Branch offers numerous employment opportunities at both the state and local level that provide a rewarding career of public service working to ensure equal justice for all. This page lists all state-level Judicial Branch positions, including both paid and unpaid opportunities. Local-level Judicial Branch positions may be posted on local government websites. State-level Judicial Branch employees are employees of the State of Texas who are entitled to a competitive benefit package, including health insurance, dental insurance and retirement plans.

Career Opportunities
OrganizationPositionLocationSalaryClosing Date
Court of Criminal AppealsDeputy Clerk IIIAustin, TX $36,000.00
First Court of AppealsLegal Assistant IIHouston, TX
Third Court of AppealsInternshipAustin, TX Unpaid
Fifth Court of AppealsStaff Attorney 2019Dallas, TX begins at $80,000
Office of Court Administration8721351 Network Specialist V - AustinAustin, TX$5,000.00-$5,905.00
Office of Court Administration7395699 Systems Support Specialist III - AustinAustin$3,081.34-$3,974.00
Office of Court Administration8740789 Systems Analyst IV - AustinAustin$4,500.00-$6,135.00
Office of Court Administration8752252 Associate Judge - Child Protection Court - HoustonHouston$9,207.92
Office of Court Administration3119936 Accountant IV - AustinAustin$3,900.00-$4,505.00

How to Apply

Application instructions may vary depending on the organization. Please refer to the job posting for specific application instructions. The State of Texas employment application form may be accessed at http://www.twc.state.tx.us/jobseekers/state-texas-application-employment#onlineApplicationInWorkintexascom, for those postings requiring submission of this form.

EEO/ADA Compliance

The Judicial Branch is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, any request for reasonable accommodations needed during the application process should be communicated by the applicant to the court or agency.