FBI Dallas is hosting a Diversity Agent Recruitment (DAR) event on Monday, September 25, 2017. FBI special agents from the Dallas Office will be at the event to discuss career opportunities and diversity employment within the FBI. The FBI aims to attract highly qualified women and men who represent our communities to apply for the special agent role.
Interested candidates should register and submit their resumes online to the DAR Talent Network on fbijobs.gov prior to the event on September 25.
FBI special agents come from all walks of life. They are computer scientists, engineers, lawyers, pilots, military veterans, detectives, and accountants, among many other things. They are trained to interrogate suspects, investigate foreign spies, and infiltrate organized crime. They serve on SWAT teams, track cyber thieves, and supervise complex terrorism investigations. Above all, they uphold the rule of law, defend civil rights and civil liberties, and protect the innocent. For more information about the role, visit fbijobs.gov.
Candidates for the special agent position must be U.S. citizens between the ages of 23 and 36. They must also meet the minimum educational requirement of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution and have three or more years of professional work experience. Additional eligibility requirements can be found on fbijobs.gov.
If you possess the special agent qualifications and have a deep personal integrity, a passion for serving our country, and take pride in making a difference in your community, consider attending the Dallas DAR event on Monday, September 25, 2017. Partner today with the FBI to help us diversify our special agent workforce.
1. Visit the Diversity Agent Recruitment (DAR) Dallas Talent Network posting on fbijobs.gov and click Start. New users must establish an applicant account at fbijobs.gov by clicking Register Now, or you may log in using your existing applicant account.
2. Copy and paste resume text or use an existing resume.
3. Complete your profile if establishing your account for the first time.
4. Complete the Pre-application Questionnaire.
5. Complete the Application Questionnaire and submit your interest in attending the information session.
The FBI will review submitted resumes and invite qualified individuals to the DAR event. Candidates who apply through the DAR program will be tracked through an accelerated testing and selection process.
Please note: Attendees will travel at their own expense. If you are unable to attend the information session, we still encourage you to apply for the special agent position on fbijobs.gov using DAR2017DL as your provided referral code.
Questions about DAR?
Special Agent Patricia Ortiz
Phone: (972) 559-5486
The FBI is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applications will receive consideration. Participation in DAR is not a prerequisite for applying to the special agent program.