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The Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) is a multidimensional state government agency, employing a diverse workforce of more than 3,500 full-time and part-time employees statewide.

We offer a variety of career opportunities, both full-time and part-time. Full-time employees receive approximately 43 percent of their annualized salary in paid benefits. Part-time employees are offered flexible work schedules and may work up to 29 hours each week in retail stores to include evenings, weekends, holidays and seasonal work. Part-time employment opportunities often allow individuals to obtain the job-related skills necessary to be competitive for advancement into full-time job openings.

A Rewarding Workplace

Our team is our greatest asset, so we invest in the growth and development of all team members. We are committed to building a team that does the right thing for our communities, our stakeholders and, above all, our customers.

Diversity

We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. A workforce that reflects the diversity of our customer base enables us to have a better understanding of our customers. We believe an inclusive culture that values different perspectives builds employee engagement, fosters creativity and fuels innovation.

Job Stability

As a revenue-generating agency of the Commonwealth, we do not rely on state funding. During budget difficulties or economic downturns, Virginia ABC is less susceptible to furloughs or layoffs.

Benefits

We provide a comprehensive package of benefits to all full-time employees and limited benefits to hourly (part-time) employees. Benefits for full-time employees include medical, group life insurance, retirement and savings plans, paid leave and various other benefits and services. View benefits information at the Virginia Department of Human Resources Management.

Career Advancement

We strive to promote employees from within who want to better themselves and the organization: 92 percent of all store associates are promoted to assistant manager and store manager positions.

A store employee stocking a shelf at a Virginia ABC store.

Join Our Team!

Discover more about joining our team by visiting the online employment system.

Careers at Virginia ABC reflect the broad range of the agency's business operations, from retail sales and law enforcement to information technology and other support functions.

Full-time employees receive approximately 43 percent of their annualized salary in paid benefits. Part-time employees are offered flexibility and may work up to 29 hours each week in retail stores; part-time positions also allow individuals to obtain the job-related skills necessary to be competitive for advancement into full-time job openings.


Jobs System

“JOBS” ONLINE EMPLOYMENT SYSTEM

View and apply for current positions using “Jobs.” Features include:

  • Informative job posting descriptions of available career opportunities
  • Secured account and application information
  • A user-friendly, step-by-step application process
  • The ability to create a one-time personal application used to apply for either current or future positions within Virginia ABC
  • Helpful links and tips to assist you with completing your application
  • Email notifications when jobs become available based on specified criteria
  • The ability to track the status of your application throughout the recruitment process

If you have accessed your account as of August 2010, you will be able to retrieve your current account information, provided your user name and password are valid.

Contact Us

Email: jobs@abc.virginia.gov

Employment questions:
(804) 213-4430 or
(804) 213-4423
General information:
(804) 219-2021
Technical support:
(804) 213-4513

Virginia State Employment

The Department of Human Resources Management (DHRM) is the first source for information about working for the Commonwealth, including state employee benefits.