The Judiciary of the U.S. Virgin Islands offers talented and motivated individuals an opportunity to work in an environment committed to upholding justice and dispensing the law, as well as a platform to make an impact on your community. We offer a challenging but rewarding workplace with excellent benefit packages, cutting edge technology, opportunities for training, networking, growth, interaction with diverse teams, and fulfilling careers for new and experienced professionals. Join a team that will unlock your full potential and direct you a long-term career path that will catapult you to excellence!!

Why the Judiciary?
Our Competitive Benefits!

The judiciary offers our employees a satisfying and rewarding career with comprehensive benefits including:

• Professional Growth and Advancement
• Stable Employment
• Training Opportunities
• Health Insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Basic Life & AD & D Insurance
• Optional Supplemental Life Insurance
• 18 Paid Holidays
• 13 Paid Vacation Days in First Year
• 19 Paid Vacation Days in Third Year
• 13 Paid Sick Leave Days per Year
• Retirement Benefits
• Worker’s Compensation
• Extended Sick Leave
• Regular Work Schedule
• Employee Assistance Program      
• Flexible Work Schedules
• Health and Wellness Initiatives
• Long Term Disability Insurance
• Short Term Disability Insurance
• Hospital Care Coverage
• Critical Illness Insurance
• Accident Injury Insurance

It is the continuing policy of the Judiciary of the Virgin Islands to afford equal employment opportunity to qualified individuals regardless of their sex, race, creed, disability, or national origin, and to conform to applicable laws and regulations. Equal opportunity encompasses all aspects of employment practices to include, but not limited to, recruiting, hiring, training, compensation, benefits, promotions, transfers, layoffs, recall from layoffs, discipline, and department-sponsored educational, social, and recreational programs. Additionally, it is the policy of this department to provide its members a viable means for communicating and resolving grievances and complaints regarding unlawful discriminatory employment practices.