Office of Veteran Employment Services Programs
It is the goal of Governor Walker's Council on Veterans Employment to increase the number of qualified veterans employed in state service.
The Wisconsin State Government has special hiring tools in place to help ensure that all qualified veterans have a greater chance of being considered and interviewed for state jobs. In addition, qualified veterans may be considered for state agency jobs without having to compete or take a civil service assessment, if you are a veteran who: has served in the armed forces, have a service-connected disability rating of 30% or more, and are not currently employed in a permanent position with the State of Wisconsin. Complete these steps in order to determine your eligibility:
- Register or update you profile on JobCenterofWisconsin.com
- Select "My Account" and upload your DD214/DD215 and VA-issued disability rating letter
- Select "Update Military Service Info" to ensure your veteran information is up to date
- You will be contacted by email regarding your eligibility and provided information on the next steps
Contact MAAJobs@dwd.wisconsin.gov with questions
To learn more about Wisconsin State Government job opportunities and application processes, please contact a Local Veterans Employment Representative at MAAJobs@dwd.wisconsin.gov
To learn more about the non-competitive process available for 30% or more disabled vets looking for State Employment, please look online at https://wiscjobsforvets.wisc.jobs/. You can also view the flyer or contact the central office for more information.
201 East Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
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