Delaware JobLink is a web-based job-matching and labor market information system. Delaware JobLink provides job seekers, employers, and training providers with easy-to-use tools that support a wide range of activities. As a service of the public workforce system, Delaware JobLink is completely free for you to use. You only need a computer and internet access to do the following:
- Create and post a resume or job order
- Determine whether you're eligible for state- or federally funded workforce programs
- Search for the ideal job or job candidate
- Search for the ideal training or service provider
- Research labor market information
Delaware Works, a service of the Delaware Department of Labor is committed to helping job seekers find employment, services and the information they need to succeed. Helps guide citizens to career planning and education & training resources.
The Selective Placement is a program designed to give individuals having a physical or mental impairment that impacts his/her ability to participate in the competitive selection process a way to apply for state merit positions without competitive recruitment.
City of Wilmington Government Jobs
New Castle County Government Jobs
State of Delaware Government Jobs
Work on projects that benefit society, such as cleaning up the environment, developing efficient transportation systems, ensuring safe, reliable and reasonably priced utilities, and more.
Become a Delaware State Police – Civilian Jobs
The Delaware State Police employs over 200 civilian (non-merit system) employees who support the uniformed troopers by performing clerical functions, telecommunications, fingerprint identification, criminal history verification, victim services, automotive maintenance, administrative positions such as human resources, information support services and fiscal management as a well as positions in our crime lab.
The Delaware Judiciary has three categories of employees. Exempt are those employees who are conferred policy-making or who have administrative and managerial authority. Classified are those employees whose positions are not defined as exempt or confidential. Confidential are those employees who are directly selected by and serve at the pleasure of a justice or judge, which include judicial secretary, master, law clerk, secretarial (Family Court), and those positions which provide direct secretarial support to the Director of the Administrative Office of the Courts and each court administrator.
The Division of Youth Rehabilitative Services supervises 929 youth in placement and approximately 2,556 in the community. As a Youth Rehabilitation Counselor (YRC), you will be placed at facilities around the State and will be the first line of defense in the Division's mission to ensure public safety.
Federal Government Jobs
Launch your career at the Nation’s largest health care system. Whether you are a Veteran or a civilian, work with a team of committed professionals dedicated to helping our Nation’s Veterans.
The United States Postal Service® is the second largest employer in the United States. We offer our team variety, training, and ways to move up. We have specific programs for recent grads and skills matching for applicants with military experience. From mail carriers to corporate management, we work together to provide efficient, affordable service to the American public. USPS® is an excellent workplace for self-motivated people who enjoy independence and measurable goals with the added satisfaction of serving our communities.
USAJOBS connects job seekers with federal employment opportunities across the United States and around the world. Federal agencies use USAJOBS to facilitate their hiring processes and match qualified applicants to job openings. Therefore, USAJOBS serves as the central location to find job openings within hundreds of federal agencies and organizations. As the Federal Government’s official employment site, USAJOBS provides resources to help the right people find the right jobs.
Learn how you can enter the United States military as an officer or enlisted member. There are thousands of Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) across hundreds of fields. Some jobs require prior experience or advanced degrees, but most come with full training. The jobs available at any given time depend on what the Services need. While total length of service commitment varies based on Service branch need and occupational specialty, a first term is generally four years of Active Duty followed by four years in a Reserve unit or Individual Ready Reserve (IRR).
The Military is comprised of 12 Service branches: five Active Duty (Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, Navy, and Coast Guard) and seven part-time duty (Army Reserve, Air Force Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve, Navy Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, Army National Guard, and Air National Guard. Each branch varies greatly in service commitment, location and how its members contribute to the overall mission of protecting our country, though all branches are on the same rank-based pay scale.
Also, find out how you can become an officer in the U.S. military by graduating from one of the U.S. service academies. The academies are colleges that train future commissioned officers. There are also the five U.S. military academies—the U.S. Military Academy (West Point), the U.S. Coast Guard Academy, the U.S. Naval Academy, the U.S. Air Force Academy and the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy—where tuition, room and board are all free. Typically requires a five-year post-graduate commitment to service.