Information Technology Systems Application Specialist 6 (ITSAS 6) - Senior Systems Engineer - Operations (www.careers.wa.gov); Tumwater
Functional Program Analyst 3 - Life and Disability - Consumer Protection (www.careers.wa.gov); Tumwater
The Office of the Insurance Commissioner (OIC) is directed by the Washington state insurance commissioner. The OIC's mission is to protect consumers and oversee the insurance industry. Learn more about what we do at the OIC.
A great place to work
The OIC values its employees and is committed to diversity in the workplace. While offering a multitude of great benefits (www.careers.wa.gov), we challenge our employees to continuously improve the way we do business by meeting and exceeding our customers' expectations.
We are a smaller state agency in the Washington state government and are fortunate to have a stable funding source that does not rely on the state's general fund. Therefore, we have not had cycles of employee layoffs when budgets are tight.
Washington has it all.
Ranked No. 5 on CNBC's List of Best States (www.cnbc.com) in which to live
Breathtaking discoveries for people who love natural beauty
A diverse blend of technology, aerospace, agriculture and tourism
Home to some of the most innovative companies in the world
Why work here?
Washington is one of the Top 10 best state governments (www.usnews.com) for employees.
Every day, OIC employees make a difference in the lives of Washington residents. We care about our customers and each other.
We encourage professional growth and development, including opportunities for tuition reimbursement and internal and external training.
Our generous compensation package includes paid holidays, sick leave, vacation, retirement savings options and employer-paid insurance.
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