FBI JOB OPENINGS
FBI Special Agents
Applicants for the Special Agent position must apply through the FBI Field Office covering their residence, place of education, and/or place of employment. Please apply here to select the external vacancy announcement which is open to all U.S. citizens and residents of the Northern Mariana Islands. Becoming an FBI Special Agent is like no other career choice you have ever explored.
- It is challenging.
- It is exciting.
- It is rewarding.
And every day you have a chance to serve your country.
FBI Special Agents are responsible for conducting sensitive national security investigations and for enforcing over 300 federal statutes. As an FBI Special Agent you may work on matters including terrorism, foreign counterintelligence, cyber crime, organized crime, white-collar crime, public corruption, civil rights violations, financial crime, bribery, bank robbery, extortion, kidnapping, air piracy, interstate criminal activity, fugitive and drug-trafficking matters, and other violations of federal statutes.
There is no such thing as a typical day for an FBI Special Agent. Every day is different. One day you could be testifying in federal court, the next you could be executing a search warrant and gathering evidence, the next you could be meeting with a source to gather intelligence on illegal activities, the next you could be making an arrest, and the next you could be back in the office meeting with your squad and catching up on paperwork.
The FBI offers tremendous career opportunities for a wide range of professionals and there are numerous job titles and career choices within the Professional Staff career path.
FBI Linguists play a vital role in the translation, transcription, reporting, and analysis of materials with national security ramifications. FBI Linguists play a vital role in the translation, transcription, reporting, and analysis of materials with national security ramifications. Terrorism, foreign counterintelligence, organized crime, air piracy, interstate criminal activity, public corruption, financial crime, bribery, civil rights violations, kidnapping, drug trafficking...investigating these crimes and others may all be part of your challenging career as a Linguist with the FBI. Combining your proficiency in a critical foreign language with the exciting science of investigative work, you will apply your unique skills and talents to protect the security and welfare of your country.
INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS CAREERS AT THE FBI
FBI Intelligence Analysts are on the frontline of protecting America's national security. They piece together disparate bits of information to form integrated views on issues of national security and public safety.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CAREERS AT THE FBI
The FBI's information technology (IT) professionals build, operate, and maintain the FBI's IT enterprise. This includes developing the FBI's IT strategic plan and operating budget; developing and maintaining the FBI's technology assets; and providing technical direction for the reengineering of FBI business processes. IT professionals also work in support of FBI investigations and provide state-of-the-art identification and information services to our local, state, federal, and international criminal justice partners.
FBI Police Officers provide protective security for FBI personnel and facilities and also perform law enforcement duties at and around FBI facilities. The primary mission of FBI Police Officers is to deter or respond to a terrorist attack, or other criminal acts, at and around FBI facilities. FBI Police Officers perform duties such as identification checks, roving patrols, and unscheduled perimeter and internal patrols. Officers also monitor electronic intrusion and communications systems. FBI Police Officers are stationed in Washington, D.C. (FBI Headquarters and the Washington Field Office); Quantico, VA (FBI Academy, FBI Laboratory); New York City (New York Field Office); and Clarksburg, WV (FBI Criminal Justice Information Services Division).
FBI CAREERS IN INVESTIGATIVE SUPPORT AND SURVEILLANCE
The FBI has two primary Investigative Support & Surveillance career paths:
* Investigative Specialists
* Surveillance Specialists
Investigative Specialists perform investigative support functions through physical surveillance operations. They support Foreign Counterintelligence and/or Counterterrorism investigations, and gather intelligence information of investigative interest. Investigative Specialists are responsible for all aspects of surveillance operations from planning through execution. Their responsibilities also include the collection, analysis and dissemination of intelligence data gathered during surveillance operations.
FBI Current Job Openings
Joining the FBI is like no other career choice you have ever explored. It is challenging. It is exciting. It is rewarding. And every day you have a chance to serve your country.
The FBI offers tremendous career opportunities for a wide range of professionals. Because of the breadth and scope of the FBI's mission, we employ professionals in fields as varied as intelligence analysis, laboratory sciences, linguistics, security, information technology, human resources, general management, etc. No matter their field, all FBI employees are committed to fulfilling the FBI's priorities and upholding the FBI's core values.