January 14, 2015

FBI San Diego Seeking Technical Experts During Tech Workforce Recruitment Campaign

As part of the FBI’s continuing commitment to attract and retain highly skilled technical talent, the FBI announced the launch of a tech workforce recruitment campaign on fbijobs.gov. The canvass, which will run through January 20, 2015, is aimed at recruiting top technical talent from science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields, also known as STEM-related fields. The FBI is seeking responsible, motivated, self-starters to work in high-pressure and demanding team environments as special agents, computer scientists, information technology specialists, and engineers. The positions range from grades GS-4 through GS-13 and will be assigned at locations throughout the United States.

During this campaign, the FBI is also recruiting for the Cyber Internship Program. The intern program provides valuable opportunities for individuals to work alongside FBI employees on national and international investigations. For college students, these paid internships are a great first step in a cyber career and one with the Bureau. Additional information about undergraduate and post-graduate cyber internships can be found online at https://www.fbijobs.gov.

Preferred areas of study for these technical positions include:

  • Applied/computational mathematics
  • Computer and digital forensics
  • Computer and informational security
  • Computer forensics or digital investigations
  • Computer information technology education
  • Computer security
  • Computer science
  • Computer or software engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Cyber security
  • Database development
  • Digital investigations management
  • Enterprise computing
  • Information Assurance and Security
  • Information Science
  • IT management
  • Mathematics
  • Network management
  • Programming/networking

This hiring campaign is open to all U.S. citizens, and all applicants must meet the minimum requirements for each position. Additional information regarding these opportunities is available online at www.fbijobs.gov, online at www.fbijobs.gov/cybercareers, or by contacting FBI San Diego at (858) 320-1800. To learn more about careers with the FBI and to see current openings, follow us on https://twitter.com/fbijobs, the FBI’s official Twitter page for information on job postings and recruiting events.