The Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is responsible for helping customers obtain
quality driver license and registration products and promoting transportation safety. The DMV has more than 90 locations around the state. We serve the general public, motor carriers, car dealers, driving schools and law enforcement.
By joining Team DMV means you’ll directly help the citizens of Wisconsin. We issue driver licenses, ID cards, motor vehicle registrations, vehicle titles and license plates, and answer questions for the public, law enforcement or courts. Every interaction is important to that individual and to us.
Your career with us starts at
wisc.jobs, search DMV.
Here’s a look at what many of the 800 dedicated employees working around the state do each day:
Customer service by phones: The DMV Communication Center is located in the Hill Farms State Office Building on Madison’s west side. Our team answers nearly 1 million phone calls each year.
In-person customer service: With
80 permanent locations across Wisconsin, our customer service representative serve more than 2 million walk-in customers each year.
Customer service by processing materials: DMV has extensive online services and these customer service representatives handle mailed in or online applications for vehicle titles and other products. The DMV Communication Center is located in the Hill Farms State Office Building on Madison’s west side.
Paid training, great benefits
Starting pay is typically between $14.54-$16.38/hour with potential future increases. All positions offer paid on-the-job training and opportunities for career advancement. Some positions may require occasional evening or weekend hours.
Positions come with an excellent benefits package:
- Start with 104 hours of vacation time, 4½ days of personal time and 9 paid holidays
- Additional 5 days of vacation earned after 5 years of state employment, with additional increases
every 5 years
- Earn up to 130 hours of sick leave time per year
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