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Employment Opportunities

Below are the employment opportunities for Representative Mary Sattler Peltola’s Washington, D.C. and Anchorage offices. Interested applicants should email a PDF version of their 1-page resume and cover letter to akresumes@mail.house.gov your first initial and last name and the position title in the subject line (ex: A. Smith Caseworker Application). In the body of the email please include your current title and place of employment. In all employment decisions, the office will give preference to candidates with ties to Alaska.

Caseworker/Field Representative – Fairbanks, AK

Representative Peltola seeks a caseworker for her Anchorage District Office. A caseworker acts as a liaison with federal, state, and local agencies for constituents and the Member. Other core responsibilities include answering communications and making recommendations to the District Director on problems requiring legislative action. Applicants should have strong verbal and written communication skills, a careful attention to detail, and an ability to navigate bureaucracy with independent judgement and discretion. A knowledge of Alaskan issues and current events will be critical. 

Legislative Aide & Special Assistant – Washington, DC

Representative Peltola seeks someone who will be a Legislative Aide and Special Assistant in her DC Office. Responsibilities include covering a limited number of issue areas for which they are expected to maintain a level of expertise and keep the Member up to date on constituent issues or policies that pertain to those subject areas, as well as scheduling meetings and arranging travel for the Chief of Staff, accompanying the Chief of Staff on their travels, preparing memos, and managing their schedule. Maintaining the Chief of Staff's email inbox and assisting the Legislative Assistants as needed are also a crucial part of the role.

The Office is an equal opportunity employer in accordance with the requirements of House Rules, regulations and applicable federal laws. The Office does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, uniformed service, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other factors prohibited by applicable federal law.