We Have Thousands of Opportunities in All Kinds of Fields
Not every person in the Intelligence Community works out in the field. In fact, for every field personnel we employ, we have a huge network of essential support staff behind the scenes. These men and women analyze information, translate foreign language documents, develop new intelligence technology, design software and hardware, write reports for the president, and more.
Among the 17 agencies that form the IC, we staff offices in all 50 states and all over the world. This means, wherever you live, there may be an opportunity for you in your own back yard.
We hire technology specialists, software and hardware developers, engineers, scientists, security experts, foreign language experts, acquisitions and financial managers, and more. Regardless of your particular skills, if you are interested in an intelligence career, chances are we have a position that would be perfect for you.
United States citizenship is required. All applicants must successfully complete an extensive background investigation. Some positions may also require medical and psychological examination and polygraph interview. The IC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is fully compliant with the Americans With Disabilities Act.
Visit Intelligence.gov for more information and for a list of IC agency employment websites.
Wounded Warrior Program
The IC Wounded Warrior program strives to provide information and opportunity for America’s combat-wounded military members. Using semi-annual career fairs hosted by various IC agencies, the veterans learn about unique internship opportunities that may provide a match between their skills and IC agency/element mission requirements. More information about the program and future career fairs is available on www.intelligence.gov.