Thank you for your interest in employment opportunities with PSPRS. As the team responsible for supporting the retirement trust for Arizona’s public safety workers, correctional officers, elected officials and judges we take pride in serving our heroes. If you have a passion for public service and a desire to be part of dedicated team in a great work environment then we encourage you to apply for an open position with PSPRS. Whether working in our member services, accounting, information technology, administration or investments areas, employees of PSPRS exemplify first-rate service in their commitment to our Guiding Principles, which are incorporated in their daily interactions to those we serve.
As a state agency PSPRS offers comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision and life insurance for employees and eligible dependents, as well as, short and long-term disability and flexible spending accounts. For more detailed information visit the ADOA benefits page by clicking here.
In addition PSPRS employees enjoy:
- Paid sick and vacation time accrual
- Participation in a defined benefit pension plan with Arizona State Retirement System
- Deferred compensation with employer matching
Most PSPRS positions are filled via a competitive recruitment process. Here is what to expect once you click on the position link below and submit an application on the AZ State Jobs site.
- PSPRS Human Resources will review each submitted application.
- Qualified applicants will be sent a link to complete a brief online video interview (this link may be sent prior to the closing date of the position).
- Once the position closes select candidates will be invited to complete an in-person interview (out of state candidates may be interviewed via live video).
PSPRS is currently seeking qualified candidates for the positions of:
PSPRS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, PSPRS will make reasonable accommodation(s) during the employment process. Additionally, positions at PSPRS are considered uncovered or at-will and are not governed by the Arizona State Personnel Board.
In accordance with federal and state law, all newly hired employees with be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program established by the United States Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration to aid employers in verifying employment eligibility. Our participation in the E-Verify Program does not exempt us from the obligation to complete a Form I-9 for everyone we hire.