Idaho’s Department of Insurance (DOI) provides a friendly and professional workplace atmosphere with like-minded professionals dedicated
to serving the proud State of Idaho. Idaho’s DOI operates with the common goal to serve the public and have a positive impact on the
citizens of Idaho by effectively administering the Idaho insurance code.
With a variety of possible employment positions, DOI is an excellent employment option for individuals seeking to make a difference, with
career development and growth opportunities. As a state employee, you join a formidable workforce as a member of Idaho’s largest
employer with over 25,000 employees. An outstanding benefits package, a nationally recognized retirement program, and a favorable
work-life balance are additional reasons to join the DOI. Please see our
Organizational Chart for more information.
Idaho's Department of Insurance provides a
comprehensive benefits package and a strong retirement package through PERSI
With our headquarters located in the Downtown Boise Capitol Mall Complex, across from the Capitol, the Department of Insurance looks
out on the beautiful Boise foothills and is within walking distance of the historic downtown shopping area. If you’re either thinking
of moving to Boise or are new to the area, the links below provide great information on the city, county and state.
The Idaho Department of Insurance is committed to helping those who have served our country. Please visit the
Veterans Information page on the
Idaho Division of Human Resources website.
Equal Employment Opportunity:
All employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
In addition, preference in the hiring process may be given to veterans according to state and federal laws and regulations.
If you need special accommodations for required testing, please contact the Division of Human Resources at (208) 334-2263.
All newly hired employees are subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification program, which helps employers verify employment
eligibility. This program was established by the U. S. Department of Homeland Security and the Social Security Administration according to
Executive Order #2001-10. Participation in the E-Verify program doesn't exempt the agency from the obligation to complete a Form I-9 for
everyone it hires.