Diverse career possibilities
We believe there is a career path for everyone here at the FBI. We hire more than just special agents and intelligence analysts. Explore our broad range of professional career opportunities today!
- Mission-driven work with community impact
- Entry-level and experienced positions available
- Over 200 career types
- Openings in several U.S. locations
We strive to hire applicants from diverse professional backgrounds with varying skill sets. Learn about potential career opportunities in detail below. When you are ready to apply, click View All Jobs. Note that not all positions below currently have openings.
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Our technology professionals keep the nation's computer networks and systems safe, defeat malware attacks, investigate major computer intrusions, and root out international espionage.
Computer scientists combat cyber-attacks, counterintelligence plots, and more by addressing problems with system integration and architectural design.
Digital Operations Specialist
Digital operations specialists are technical experts on investigative teams who specialize in criminals’ use of technology.
Information Technology Specialist
Information technology specialists support tactical operations, maintain the technological infrastructure, and ensure personnel have the tools necessary to perform their jobs.
Information Technology Specialist (System Administration and Customer Support)
IT system administration and customer support specialists monitor and maintain the hardware and software that enable us to accomplish our mission.
Our engineers apply their expertise to overcome, counter, and stay ahead of threats and share technical findings with the intelligence community.
Electronics engineers reconstruct the electronics and provide insight into the bomb making activities of terrorists around the globe.
Electronics technicians design and maintain complex electronic systems and interrelated subsystems.
Mathematics and Data
Our mathematicians and data scientists develop creative solutions to computational problems in fields such as cryptanalysis, data science, and statistical analysis.
Data analysts conduct data modeling using statistical and mathematical principles in order to advance investigative work.
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From diligently preserving and analyzing evidence to investigating financial crimes, our forensics professionals tackle complex challenges with every assignment.
Digital Forensic Examiner
Digital forensic examiners serve as the FBI’s subject matter experts in digital forensics in support of investigations.
Forensic accountants use their auditing skills and investigative techniques to analyze and track money laundered by terrorists, spies, and criminals.
The hands-on assistance of skilled trades professionals is vital to the FBI. They possess varied expertise in automotive, machine, and electrical repair, carpentry, locks, and more.
Automotive Equipment Specialist
Automotive equipment specialists perform routine and emergency services on all FBI vehicles, including emergency response vehicles, tactical vehicles, and police pursuit units.
Automotive Equipment Specialist
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Students and Graduates
As the nation’s top law enforcement and intelligence organization, we offer valuable work experience for students at various education levels. With a variety of programs, internships, and entry-level career options, we seek post-secondary students and recent graduates who will bring their knowledge and skills to our diverse workforce.