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We have rewarding jobs at OIEC and excellent state benefits!  Come join our team!

To apply for a job at OIEC, please send your complete Texas State Employment Application directly to OIEC.

Email: jobs@oiec.texas.gov
Fax: (512) 804-4181
Mail (or in person):
Office of Injured Employee Counsel (MS-50)
7551 Metro Center Drive, Suite 100
Austin, TX 78744

Take a look at some tips for filling out the Texas State Employment Applications that could give you a better chance for an interview! (Resumes cannot be accepted in place of the State Employment Application.)

For questions, please call our hiring liaison at (512) 804-4170.







Functional Title: Regional Manager
Application Deadline:
until filled
6900 Anderson Blvd., Suite 200  
Fort Worth, TX 76120


Pay Group B19

$4,750 - $5,416.67 /Month




Functional Title: Office Intern, part-time
Application Deadline: 
until filled
7551 Metro Center Drive        
Austin, TX 78744


Pay Group A09


Part-time, 20 hrs/wk        



There are many benefits to working for OIEC!

Did you know?  Along with competitive salaries, the average state employee benefit compensation is $23,128. The total value of the State of Texas benefits package makes up about one-third of your total compensation for the average state agency employee.

Along with health insurance, retirement programs,  detailed below, OIEC also offers:

Benefits of Working at OIEC Handout

Health insurance for new employees to the State of Texas is effective after 60 days with no preexisting conditions exclusions.

After this time, the state offers FREE comprehensive medical insurance coverage for full-time employees and pays half of the premium for part-time employees. Dependent coverage is also available and the state pays as much as 90% the premium for qualifying children.

State employees are required to participate in the retirement program. The employee contributes 9.5% of their gross salary to the retirement program, and the state contributes an equal amount. The contributions are combined when the employee retires. The retirement program and insurance program are administered by the Employees Retirement System of Texas (ERS).

Supplemental retirement plans are also available through a Deferred Compensation Plan (457) and Texas$aver (401K) as well as a Roth option for both plans.

Other insurance benefits include dental coverage, disability coverage, term life and accidental death and dismemberment. There is no waiting period to enroll in this coverage.

Full-time employees earn 96 hours of sick leave each year of state service and will earn at least 96 hours per year of annual leave. As employment service continues, an employee's annual leave accrual increases and the employee may also be eligible for longevity pay.

The state also observes about 20 state and national holidays each year.

State Holiday Schedule

Office of Injured Employee Counsel

7551 Metro Center Drive, Suite 100, Austin, TX 78744 | 1-866-393-6432 | OIECInbox@oiec.texas.gov

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