The oldest state agency in Texas, the Texas General Land Office was formed to determine who owned what and where after Texas won independence.

Today the General Land Office manages state lands, operates the Alamo, helps Texans recovering from natural disasters, helps fund Texas public education through the Permanent School Fund, provides benefits to Texas Veterans, and manages the vast Texas coast

CURRENT JOB POSTINGS

Enterprise Technology Solutions/Applications Development  
Austin  
Jan 14, 2019 to Jan 28, 2019  
No  
New Posting  

Veterans Homes/Texas State Veterans Homes  
Houston  
Jan 09, 2019 to Jan 23, 2019  
No  
New Posting  

Community Development and Revitalization/Monitoring & Quality Assurance  
Austin  
Jan 10, 2019 to  
No  
New Posting  

Office of General Counsel/General Law  
Austin  
Dec 13, 2018 to or Until Filled  
No  
New Posting  

Governmental Relations/Intragovernmental & Community Relations  
Corpus Christi  
Dec 13, 2018 to or Until Filled  
No  
New Posting  

Energy Resources/State Energy Marketing Program  
Austin  
Nov 26, 2018 to or Until Filled  
No  
New Posting  

Energy Resources/Energy Inspectors  
Odessa  
Aug 09, 2018 to or Until Filled  
No  
New Posting  

All applications for employment with the Texas General Land Office (GLO) must be submitted electronically by the job closing date through www.WorkInTexas.com. PAPER, FAX OR E-MAIL APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Please visit our website at www.glo.texas.gov for more information about applying for a GLO job posting.

The Texas General Land Office/Veterans Land Board does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or genetic information in employment or the provision of services. A criminal conviction records check is required for applicants who are selected for a position. The State of Texas requires all males who are 18 through 25 and required to register with the Selective Service to present either proof of registration or exemption from registration upon hire. The U.S. Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires new employees to present proof of identity and eligibility to work in the United States. The Texas General Land Office is a non-smoking agency. Smoking is permitted only in designated areas. In compliance with the FLSA, the GLO compensates overtime work though time off in lieu of payment.