How do I apply for a position with the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner?
To apply for a position, submit a State of Texas Application by fax (512-936-7610), mail (Human Resources - Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner, 2601 North Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78705), email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or in person at the above address.
May I submit a resume to apply for a job?
You must submit a completed State of Texas Application form to be considered for a position with the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner. You may include your resume with the application but all prior employment information must be on the State of Texas Application.
How long does the Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner hold applications?
Applications are considered only for the open position indicated on the application. Applications are not held for future consideration.
When will I know if I am being considered for the position?
Qualified applicants selected for an interview are contacted by telephone. Applicants who interview are notified when a final selection is made. To inquire about the status of your application contact Human Resources at (512) 936-7666.
How long does it take to fill the vacancy?
The time frame is dependent upon several factors and varies widely.
What type of travel is required?
If travel is required the job vacancy postings will indicate the amount of travel required. Generally, Financial Examiner positions require at least 50% travel and most is overnight travel. Examiners travel to examine regulated entities and may stay out of town in a hotel for an entire week.
What benefits are available to employees?
As State employees, benefits are administered through the Employee’s Retirement System of Texas. Benefits coverage and information is available through their website, www.ers.texas.gov. Medical insurance coverage and retirement participation begin the first of the month after 60 days of employment. Other benefits may be effective at the time of employment such as supplemental life, disability, dental, and dependent life insurance. State employees receive vacation, sick leave, and holidays. State employees become eligible for longevity pay, after two years.