Retired State Employees
If you are a retired State of California employee and interested in working for the State on a temporary basis, you should consider coming back as a retired annuitant.
UPDATE: Due to a cost cutting measure the State of California is not hiring or retaining Retired Annuitants unless they are mission critical.
Retired Annuitants Seeking Employment
We know that a career with the state of California can be a great experience and many people that have retired from state service wish they could return. The best thing you can do if you would like to return to work after retiring from state service is register on the boomerang website. When searching for retired annuitants, the Employment Development Department (EDD) searches the Boomerang database to fill vacancies.
Additionally, if you are a prior CSEA member, you may want to contact their retired employees division to be placed on a list that is distributed twice per year to state departments.
Register With Boomerang
Boomerang is a website and applicant pool for retired annuitants to connect with state department that are hiring. The EDD utilizes the Boomerang database when the department is interested in filling a position with a retired annuitant.
For more information, visit the Boomerang website.
The California State Employees Association (CSEA) maintains a Retired Employees Division that some state departments use to fill retired annuitant positions. This option is not for all state employees, only prior CSEA members. To be added to the CSEA list of retired annuitants, contact the CSEA at 916-326-4292.