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The Michigan House of Representatives employs both full-time and part-time employees. Employees of the House of Representatives are Legislative employees who are excluded from the classified system of civil service employment.

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Democratic, Representative Noah Arbit, Open until filled
Office

Representative Noah Arbit

Caucus

Democratic

Description

The office of Representative Noah Arbit is currently looking to fill an internship position in their Lansing office.   The Intern will have the opportunity to assist the Member and their staff in general office operations including constituent relations, communications and monitoring legislation.  Selected candidates will gain valuable hands-on office and legislative experience in a fast-paced environment.

Pay Range

$15/hour

Minimum Qualifications

Applicants must be a college student, veteran, or participant in a job entry program. Strong applicants will have a positive attitude, previous office experience including knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, telephone skills, and writing skills.  Knowledge of the Legislature is desired but not required.  Applicants should have a writing sample and references available upon request.

Deadline

Open until filled

Contact Information: Please send resume and cover letter to:

Michigan House of Representatives
Human Resources
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48909-7514
Or via email to: HumanResources@house.mi.gov

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Democratic, Representative Donavan McKinney, Open until filled
Office

Representative Donavan McKinney

Caucus

Democratic

Description

The office of Representative Donavan McKinney is currently looking to fill an internship position in their Lansing office.   The Intern will have the opportunity to assist the Member and their staff in general office operations including constituent relations, communications and monitoring legislation.  Selected candidates will gain valuable hands-on office and legislative experience in a fast-paced environment. This internship will be Lansing-based. 

Pay Range

$15/ hour

Minimum Qualifications

Applicants must be a college student, veteran, or participant in a job entry program. Strong applicants will have a positive attitude, previous office experience including knowledge of Microsoft Office applications, telephone skills, and writing skills.  Knowledge of the Legislature is desired but not required.  Applicants should have a writing sample and references available upon request.

Deadline

Open until filled

Contact Information: Please send resume and cover letter to:

Michigan House of Representatives
Human Resources
P.O. Box 30014
Lansing, MI 48909-7514
Or via email to: HumanResources@house.mi.gov

Apply Now

All Michigan House of Representatives employees have a non-tenured, "at will" employment status. It is the policy of the House of Representatives to employ, by the Constitution and applicable federal or state statutes, qualified individuals without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, age, marital status, height, weight or any other categories or groups protected by law.

The Michigan House of Representatives is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Michigan law prohibits discrimination based on religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, marital status, height, weight, arrest record, disability and other categories protected by law. If an accommodation is needed during the application process, please contact the House Human Resources Office at (517) 373-3069. An individual needing accommodations must notify the employer in writing, within 182 days after the need is known. Persons denied equal opportunity based on these conditions may file a complaint with the Michigan Civil Rights Commission.

The Michigan House of Representatives only accepts resumes for current position vacancies.