Utah Government Recruiters

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Utah Government Recruiters

The government of Utah is one of the best employers in the state, offering numerous benefits and a good package to its employees and their families. In size, it is the second largest employer with 240,900 people working in the government sector. Government jobs may not be the best paid jobs in the state but the benefits and the flexibility one enjoys while working for the government makes it worth consideration. The unemployment rate is low at 3.1%. Recruiters face a challenge finding the best staff for government departments, and it is with their help that these departments can save time and money in the recruitment process.


Leading Employers and Jobs with the Government

There are so many departments within the government of Utah, that recruiters can fill positions for individuals of all qualifications and experience. These departments include the department of transportation, department of heritage and arts, the labor commission, department of workforce services, department of alcoholic beverage control, department of agriculture and food, department of natural resources among others. Utah State Board of education hires qualified personnel in the field of education and the department of health will consider qualified individuals in the field of health and medicine. The range of positions that head hunters can fill include: –

  • Accountants
  • Finance Assistants
  • Administrative Assistants
  • Accounting Technicians
  • Caregivers
  • Bureau Managers
  • Solicitor General
  • Assistant Solicitor General
  • The Attorney General;
  • Assistant Attorney General
  • Chief Information Officer
  • Chief Probation Officer
  • Cooks
  • Correctional Officer
  • Nurses
  • Doctors
  • Dental Assistants

Potential Compensation

Government employees are paid according to their level of education and years of experience. A full time cook working on an hourly basis earns about $14.42. A compliance agent on the other hand will be paid about $15.64 hourly. A full time CD planner earns about $23. 48 hourly or more depending on their location. Directors working with the government can earn up to $45 per hour or more depending on their skills and experience. Many people seek to work in Utah as it offers the opportunity for employees to rise through the ranks and escape the grips of poverty. This also makes it easier for recruiters to fill in available positions, both from within the city, as well as with people migrating into the city.


Recruitment Processes

Utah government recruiting requires a detailed process, to ensure that the best people work to support and meet the needs of the government. This includes an assessment of their qualifications as well as their skills and potential career goals. Recruiters will interview potential staff and then maintain a detailed database that can be referred to when positions become available. This way, recruiters are able to save the government time and money as resources in the process of recruitment.

Utah government headhunters help considerably during government recruitments. They identify skills and talents that match the government needs and requirements within the state and refer those talents to the various departments within the government for employment.

Find The Right Recruiter 

Finding the right recruiter is simple. To the right of this page, search via industry, niche or location and get matched with the right recruiters, headhunters or search firms for your organization.