Recruitment

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Contact Us 

Jacksonville Special Agent in Charge Charles P. Spencer (thumbnail)
Special Agent in Charge 
Charles Spencer

6061 Gate Pkwy
Jacksonville, FL 32256
(904) 248-7000
Applicants.Jacksonville@fbi.gov

Applicant Recruiter
Timothy Adams

FBIJobs.gov



Upcoming Events 

Tech Coast Conference
Wednesday, August 22
Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center
Jacksonville, FL

Want to be a Special Agent in the FBI? Ask an Agent
Monday, October 15
Jacksonville - Beaches
3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Meet one-on-one with special agent recruiters. Applicants should have three years of full-time work experience and a four-year degree (advanced degrees require only two years of full-time work experience). To register, e-mail your name and resume to applicants.jacksonville@fbi.gov by COB on Wednesday, October 3. Additional details will be provided to registrants.

FBI Panhandle Recruiting
Friday, November 16
Hurlburt Field, FL - King Auditorium
Time TBD

Past Events 

FBI Jacksonville Holds First 'Ask an Agent' Event

At FBI Jacksonville’s first ever "Ask an Agent" event, special agent candidates got insight on everything from eligibility requirements to the quality of life that the FBI provides. To learn more about life in the FBI at the next "Ask an Agent" event, continue to check the Jacksonville Recruitment page and follow @FBIJacksonville on Twitter.


The FBI: A Career Like No Other 

Whether you are just starting out or looking for new ways to serve your community, the FBI has a job for you. Check out what we have to offer—and, in return, we will show you how you can change this world for the better with a future grounded in the core values of respect, leadership, and compassion.

At the FBI, we do complex work to achieve a simple mission: protect the American people and uphold the U.S. Constitution. Today, that translates to multiple careers for people with diverse backgrounds who all work to keep their communities and the nation safe. Explore all the ways you can find a career like no other with the FBI.

Becoming a Special Agent 

FBI special agents are required to adhere to strict standards of conduct and exemplify the FBI’s Core Competencies, including:

  • Collaboration

  • Communication

  • Flexibility/Adaptability

  • Initiative

  • Leadership

  • Organizing and Planning

  • Problem Solving/Judgment

The open-ended questions are designed to understand your background and fit with these competencies. As such, you are strongly encouraged to provide as much information as possible and use the Situation, Action, Result format to describe the situation, the actions you took, and the resulting outcomes. Watch the above video for more tips on how to help you through this portion of the application process.

Featured Jobs: Special Agents and Intelligence Analysts 

FBI Career Paths 

Cyber agent investigating a cyber intrusion in 2013.

The FBI offers a variety of career paths for applicants to explore. Our diverse, specialized professional teams keep our communities and our nation safe.

Student Station 

As the nation’s top law enforcement and intelligence organization, the FBI offers valuable work experience for students at every education level. With a variety of programs, internships, and entry-level career options, the FBI seeks the best and brightest students and recent graduates to bring their knowledge and skills to our diverse workforce. The FBI offers programs for students and recent graduates at every education level.