FBI Phoenix Honors Veterans While Providing Opportunity
PHOENIX, AZ—This Veterans Day, the FBI honors all who have served the U.S. in uniform, including our nearly 6,000 veterans in the bureau.
The FBI and FBI Phoenix is proud to offer many career paths and job opportunities for veterans. Service to your country doesn't have to stop when your military tour of duty is complete.
The FBI recognizes the value, dedication, and commitment of servicemen and women and invites former military personnel to continue their service by joining our team. Military veterans embody the core values and experience we seek: leadership, integrity, teamwork, and dedication to a mission.
Servicemen and women who join the FBI have the opportunity to work in a variety of career fields, from becoming a special agent to working in professional capacities.
Depending on your skills and interests, the FBI offers many careers suitable for disabled veterans such as Security Specialist, IT Specialist, Victim Specialist, Forensic Accountant, Contract Specialist, Equipment Specialist, and Program and Management Analyst. The FBI strongly encourages military and veteran candidates to apply to any of the positions that interest them.
“We are proud to have so many veterans and reservists as part of the FBI Phoenix family,” said FBI Phoenix Special Agent in Charge Sean Kaul. “As an Army veteran myself, I know firsthand the valuable skills that fellow veterans bring to the FBI. We are grateful they choose to continue their service careers and help with our mission to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States. Today and every day we thank them for their service.”
Veterans who apply are eligible for Veterans’ Preference. The FBI also has a specific program for Wounded Warriors, also known as Operation War Fighter. For more information about our veterans and veteran hiring opportunities, please go to https://www.fbijobs.gov/veterans