​Reasonable Accommodations Request

If you require an accommodation at any point of the application process, please contact the HR Contact listed on the job posting. If you need an accommodation to enable you to participate in a phone or in-person interview, communicate this need to the contact person in the letter or email inviting you to the interview. If you require an accommodation with the Wisc.Jobs website, please contact (608) 267-1012 or ​​

State Job Centers

The Department of Workforce Development manages several jobs centers throughout the state, where you can find assistance in creating your resume and applying for jobs.  You may also find information or courses specific to applying for a state job.  You can find your nearest job center here: Wisconsin Job Center​.​

​Governor's Equity and Inclusion Advisory Council (GEIAC)

The Governor's Equity and Inclusion Advisory Council (GEIAC) was created in Nove​mber 2019 through Governor Ever's Executive Order​. The GEIAC will provide strategic guidance to the governor, lieutenant governor, and Department of Administration Secretary in developing a sustainable framework to promote and advance diversity, equity, and inclusion practices across Wisconsin state government. The GEIAC will be launching their web​page soon, stay tuned.

State Council on Affirmative Action (SCAA) Explanation of council's role

The State Council on Affirmative Action (SCAA) was created in 1974 by the Wisconsin State Legislature. The SCAA consists of 15 seats appointed by the Office of the Governor and State legislature, advises the DPM Administrator on state affirmative action efforts. The council evaluates the progress of affirmative action programs throughout the civil service system, seeks compliance with state and federal regulations and recommends improvements in state affirmative action efforts as an employer. In carrying out its responsibilities, the council may recommend legislation, consult with agency personnel and other interested persons, conduct hearings and take other appropriate action to promote affirmative action. The Bureau of Equity and Inclusion provides staff to the council. Council meetings are held regularly and are open to the public.  You can find more information on the Council here: State Council on Affirmative Action SCAA.​​


The State regularly reports on the demographics and constitution of its workforce. You can read these reports on the Division of Personnel's webpage, here: Resources and Statistics.​​