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At the Department of Revenue, we are committed to recruiting and retaining talented people throughout the New England region. We have many positions open for a seasonal workforce to join our team.

What’s a Seasonal position?

Seasonal positions are essential jobs that help the Department manage during our busiest season – tax season. Hiring has now begun for many of our seasonal positions in the processing center.

What should I expect?

Expect to gain experience working in a confidential and fast-paced environment. No experience needed because we will train you. Positions are both part-time and full-time. Pick a schedule that works best for you with opportunities to work night shifts or weekends (Hello, weekend pay!).

Where will I work?

Our seasonal positions are conveniently located in our Chelsea office, close to the MBTA bus line, commuter rail and Silver Line bus.

Take a look at the descriptions of the two positions we are currently filling. We are seeking multiple people for each position. Click the link descriptions below for more information and apply online.

Seasonal Clerk I

Seasonal Clerk II

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