Business Operations Careers at the FBI
Skilled Trades Careers
The FBI relies on highly-skilled individuals with a broad range of specialized and tailored backgrounds in industrial and construction trades to help meet our complex mission needs.
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.
Examples of Skilled Trades Roles
Locksmiths adjust, repair, and install a wide variety of commercially manufactured locking devices and security units such as safes, vaults, cabinets, and chests.
Electricians inspect electrical components including transformers and circuit breakers. They use testing devices to identify and report electrical problems.
Electronics technicians design and maintain complex electronic systems and interrelated subsystems.
Automotive equipment specialists (PDF) perform routine and emergency services on all FBI vehicles, including emergency response vehicles, tactical vehicles, and police pursuit units.
In addition to job-specific qualifications, you must meet all FBI eligibility requirements.
Sign Up for FBI Career Updates
Create a profile and join our talent network to receive FBI career updates.
A STEM career at the FBI provides highly skilled engineers, scientists, IT experts, and math-based professionals unparalleled opportunities to drive technology and data-based solutions that positively impact the nation.
Professionals with skilled trades experience may be qualified for our facility operations specialist position. Visit the Acquisitions and Logistics page to learn more.