All Department of Insurance jobs, and most other State of Arizona government jobs, are now accessible through a singular web site: AZStateJobs.gov
AZStateJobs.gov eliminates paper résumés and the need to surf through multiple agency web sites. Simply click on AZStateJobs.gov and you can:
Search for job openings by job description keyword, job type or job name. Nominate yourself for advertised vacancies. If you wish to only view Arizona Department of Insurance jobs, you can enter ADOI in the keyword search field.
Nominate yourself for advertised vacancies.
Create résumés and cover letters online by using a résumés builder or by cutting/pasting from a word processing document. AZStateJobs.gov is replacing the Resumix system for submitting résumés.
Edit and instantly update previously submitted résumés and cover letters.
Establish a personal, confidential account (optional) where you can receive automatic notifications of job openings of interest.
Easily find positions that are only available to current State of Arizona employees by navigating directly to the azstatejobs.gov/internal web page.
Indiivduals with questions about Department of Insurance job openings should contact Barbara Beltran, Business Services Supervisor, at 602-364-2458.
Sometimes, state-contracted vendors hire employees or subcontract for goods and services. You may want to use the "Contract & Bid Search" link on the ProcureAZ web site to find state-contracted vendors that you can contact to determine whether they have any job or subcontracting opportunities.
The Arizona Department of Insurance is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer and complies with Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990. Individuals may request accommodation for disabilities by contacting the Insurance Department ADA Coordinator at 602-364-3471.
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To be eligible to offer a bid or proposal in response to a solicitation, prospective vendors need to complete the ProcureAZ registration process. To register, visit the ProcureAZ web site at procure.az.gov.
When registering, small businesses, minority-owned businesses, and woman-owned businesses should identify themselves as such because the Department of Insurance and other state agencies make special efforts to procure goods and services from small, minority-owned and woman-owned businesses. The Arizona Department of Commerce SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES web page (www.azcommerce.com) provides links to various resources for small businesses, minority-owned businesses and woman-owned businesses.
Sometimes, vendors are able to employ or subcontract with others. You may want to use the "Contract & Bid Search" link on the ProcureAZ web site to find possible employment or contracting opportunities.
The Arizona Department of Insurance procures goods and services from small businesses, minority-owned businesses and woman-owned businesses, in accordance with Executive Orders 2000-4 and 2003-9.
A "small business" is defined as a business enterprise with fewer than 100 employees or less than $4 million in annual sales.
A "minority-owned business" is a business enterprise that is more than 50% minority owned.
A "woman-owned business" is a business enterprise that is more than 50% women owned.