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"It's all about public service, at the end of the day we all work for the people out there and it is the most gratifying career". 


- Treasurer Deborah B. Goldberg


Come Join Us

The Massachusetts State Treasurer is committed to excellence in recruiting, hiring, and retaining diverse and qualified individuals. We value the culture of diversity and professionalism in the workplace, and strongly believe that our workforce should reflect our community.

If you're interested in learning more about career opportunities and general Life at Treasury, you can schedule an informational interview session with a member of the Treasury's Human Resources team here.


The Commonwealth of Massachusetts is committed in spirit as well as in action, to abide by all laws dealing with equal employment opportunity. It is our policy to guarantee equal employment opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to their age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, gender, military status, sexual orientation, or disability, which can be reasonably accommodated.

Why We Serve and are Proud

Why We Serve And Are Proud
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Employment Opportunities



In addition to our dedication to ethical hiring practices and equal opportunities, the Treasury provides impressive benefits. Benefits may vary depending on department, agency and position.

  • Flexible Work Hours

  • Twelve Weeks of Paid Parental Leave

  • Paid Time Off

  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance

  • Long Term Disability Insurance

  • Flexible Spending Accounts

  • SMART Plan Retirement Account

  • Life Insurance (Basic and Optional)

  • Tuition Remission

  • mefa UFUND College Investing Plan

  • Transit and Parking Programs

  • Equal Opportunity Employer

Current Employment Opportunities

Job Title
Date Posted
Job Number
Boston, MA
Massachusetts State Retirement Board
Boston, MA
Internal Audit
Boston, MA
Massachusetts State Retirement Board
Boston, MA
Massachusetts State Retirement Board
Boston, MA
Office of Economic Empowerment
Boston, MA
Massachusetts State Retirement Board
Boston, MA
Massachusetts Clean Water Trust
Boston, MA
Office of Economic Empowerment

Job postings will remain open for at least fourteen (14) calendar days from date posted. Don’t see a position that fits your

career interest? Join our Talent Network below and receive newly available positions via email.

Join the Treasury Talent Network

Joining our Talent Network will enhance and simplify your job search. Whether you choose to apply or just leave your information, we look forward to staying connected with you. As always, stay up to date by following #TreasuryLifeMA on social.

Internships & Fellowships


We offer internships in the spring, summer, and fall semesters. To apply for an internship, click here.

Contact Human Resources


Human Resources Department

1 Ashburton Place, 12th Floor

Boston, MA 02108


  • How do I search for current openings at the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    There are two ways to browse job opportunities with the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General: visiting our career page or the Commonwealth’s job posting board, MassCareers. We also post job openings on our Life at Treasury MA social media pages.
  • How do I apply for positions at the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    We accept resumes and applications through MassCareers, Indeed, or Handshake, but we strongly recommend you apply via MassCareers.
  • Do I need a MassCareers account to apply for positions at the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    Yes, you will need to make a free MassCareers account. Step 1: Go to Step 2: Click on Sign-in and click the I Accept button when the Private Agreement comes up. Step 3: Click on the New User button to create your account. Step 4: Click the Access My Profile link in the right page margin to create your profile.
  • Do you offer any internship opportunities for students?
    We are committed to advancing the experience of students in the workplace. We have Treasury recruiters visit university and college campuses throughout the Commonwealth to showcase full-time, internship, and fellowship opportunities for interested students. Check out our internship and fellowship webpage for more information.
  • Do you provide sponsorship?
    We do not provide sponsorship for interested candidates. For more information, please read our hiring policy.
  • How do I know my application has been received?
    You will be sent a conformation via email. If you do not receive one, check that you supplied us with the correct email address and ensure that the e-mail has not been sent to your junk or spam folder.
  • What is your hiring process like?
    Recruitment: The Human Resources Department is responsible for recruitment efforts in order to identify applicants. If there is a vacancy that a department head seeks to fill, the department head should make the need known to Human Resources. The department head then completes and signs a Position Requisition Form and forwards it to Human Resources Department for further review and approval. The Human Resources Department may post and communicate the vacancy through internal and external postings, outreach efforts, recruitment fairs, or by soliciting resumes from interested individuals. External postings will remain open for at least fourteen (14) calendar days. The Interview: A recruiter from the Human Resources Department will reach out to you to schedule a first-round interview. The first-round interview will be conducted via in-person, over the phone, or a virtual conference tool. Second and final round interviews will be conducted if you are selected. References and Recommendations: Final candidates must provide at least three references. A reference check must be completed and documented prior to an offer of employment. Offer Letter: Our favorite part of the hiring process! We’ll make it official and welcome you to the team. Expect plenty of information about our benefits and general life at Treasury. Upon acceptance of an offer, the candidate must complete a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) authorization form and Employment Eligibility Verification I-9 form.
  • Is there a way to sign up for job alerts and be notified of future opportunities with the Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    Joining the Treasury Talent Network is a perfect way for individuals about new job opportunities as they open with the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General. It is easy, just click “join now” and complete the form.
  • What is the work-life balance at the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    We are offer flexible work hours, paid time off, and 12 weeks of Paid Parental Leave. In addition, we promote wellness in the workplace through various initiatives that focus on physical and mental health.
  • What are some words that would describe culture at the Office of the Massachusetts State Treasurer and Receiver General?
    Here is what we would say: Gratifying – The work Treasury employees are tasked with make the Commonwealth a better place. Engaging – Employees at the Treasury are invested in their work to do their best every day. Inclusive – We welcome and recognize diversity. Friendly – Employees across multiple departments and agencies at the Treasury engage in positive interactions with one another throughout the day. But do not just take it from us. Visit our Treasury Life MA page to read our employee stories and testimonials.
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