If you’re looking for a career that helps build a safer Texas, you’re in the right place. Working for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission is an opportunity for a rewarding job that lets you serve communities and grow professionally.
TABC not only oversees a vital industry in the second-largest state in the nation but is also a key part of keeping Texas safe and combating public safety threats like human trafficking and drunk driving. If you’re a commissioned peace officer, we encourage you to visit our Agent Recruitment page to learn more about accepting the challenge of becoming a TABC agent.
Questions? Contact us at TABCHR@tabc.texas.gov.
Working at TABC gives you the job stability and prized benefits of working for a state agency, including:
- Salaries commensurate with education and level of experience, including longevity pay for eligible employees based on years of service with the State of Texas in a regular, full-time position.
- Opportunities for merit increases and promotions.
- Comprehensive medical insurance for employees:
- TABC pays 100% of the health plan premium for eligible full-time employees and 50% of the premium for their eligible dependents.
- Eligible part-time employees get a 50% state contribution for themselves and 25% for their dependents.
- Employees pay the remainder of the premium by paycheck deduction before taxes are withheld.
- Options for life, dental and vision insurance and disability coverage.
- Flexible spending accounts for medical and child care expenses to lower taxable income.
- Vacation and sick leave accrued monthly plus an average of 15 paid holidays.
- Military leave for current service members and medical and mental health leave for veterans.
- A defined benefit retirement plan with the Employees Retirement System of Texas (ERS) that will provide you with a lifetime monthly annuity when you retire. Required for all state employees except those who have previously retired from the State of Texas.
- Other optional deferred compensation plans for retirement savings including 457 and 401k plans.
- See complete benefits information on the ERS website.
Equal Employment Opportunity
TABC is an equal opportunity employer and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex (e.g., basis of pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions; and women affected by pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions), national origin, age, disability, genetic information, or veteran status.
If requested, we’ll provide reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities during the application and interview/selection processes in accordance with ADAA. Contact our Human Resources Division at 512-206-3220 if you need accommodations.
TABC is proud to fulfill state law that requires agencies to give hiring preference to veterans, surviving spouses of veterans and orphans of veterans. Learn more about TABC’s commitment on our Veterans page.
Former Foster Children Preference
We also adhere to state law that requires agencies to give hiring preference to former foster youth who were in the permanent managing conservatorship of the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services.
If you apply for a TABC job and believe you’ve been denied your right to a veteran preference or former foster child employment preference, you can file an appeal by email, phone or regular mail to:
Email: TABCHR@tabc.texas.gov Phone: 512-206-3220 Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Attn: Director of Human Resources P.O. Box 13127