Work at the North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM) is high-impact, high-visibility, and rewarding. OSBM is uniquely positioned to offer opportunities to collaborate and develop professional relationships with a variety of stakeholders across all state agencies and universities. Our agency offers a spectrum of work opportunities spanning budget, management, audit, and demographic & economic analysis. Some of the areas that our analysts cover include:
In addition to a stimulating, professional, and welcoming work environment, OSBM also provides growth opportunities for motivated employees, with defined career tracks that position them to be leaders in state government.
Some of the benefits of working at OSBM include: a competitive salary and leave policies, professional development opportunities, and work-life balance. To learn more about the benefits of working in North Carolina state government, you can visit the North Carolina Office of Human Resources webpage.
Join us and make an impact!
Even if we have no currently open positions, we would still love to hear from you if you think we might be a good fit. Please send us your resume and cover letter.
For job openings, except internships, applicants must complete and submit a State Application form — see the green “Apply” button in the position posting. Generally, the State Application for Employment (PD-107) form, as well as a comprehensive list of state government vacancies are available here. Resumes are welcome but will not be accepted in lieu of a state application for open positions. Applications must be received by 5:00 p.m. on the closing date either online or by mail to the following address:
Office of State Budget and Management
Att: Melissa Martin
Mail Service Center 20320
Raleigh, NC 27699-0320
OSBM uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with highly qualified individuals. The Office of State Budget and Management is an Equal Opportunity employer.
Internal Auditor I
Our Central Internal Audit Office is hiring an Internal Auditor I to work with the North Carolina Pandemic Recovery Office (NCPRO). This position will conduct internal audits related to pandemic recovery funding, such as CARES Act, ARPA, GEER, and ERA.
Summer Internships Available!
Great opportunity for a graduate student or upper year college student. Assignments will vary based on interests and skills. Interns are required to work a minimum of 32 hours per week for at least 8 weeks. Internships are paid, hybrid-work-location opportunities. Interns must work in OSBM’s office in downtown Raleigh three days per week.
Budget Development Budget Management Analyst I - Health & Human Services
This position provides policy and fiscal analysis and recommendations on health policy, working with divisions within NC Department of Health and Human Services on budget proposals and identifying ways to improve services and operations.
State Budget Management Analyst I
Through the annual budget process, budget analysts become policy experts in their field and play a key role in helping inform public policy decisions, the state budget, and legislation. We are accepting applications for Budget Management Analysts in Budget Execution and Budget Development.
State Budget Management Analyst II
State Budget Management Analyst IIs should have ability to work at a high level of independence with considerable knowledge and experiences with the budget process, program evaluation, policy analysis, cost-benefit analysis; train new analysts; lead and/or supervise projects; and assume budget management of complex agency assignments. We are accepting applications for Budget Management Analysts IIs in Budget Execution and Budget Development.