Special Agent - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Background


Federal Bureau of Investigation, Department of Justice

Albuquerque, NM - Nov 26, 2022 via USAJobs

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FBI Special Agents apply their professional expertise and unique skill sets to their work every day.

Many come from professional backgrounds, including STEM.

Because technology permeates every aspect of what we do, we need logical thinkers experienced in network security, computer science, software engineering, mathematical formulation and more.

You can also become a Technically Trained Agent or a part of our Computer Analysis Response Teams.

You must: Be a U.S.

citizen.

Be at least 23 years old and not have reached your 37th birthday on appointment.

Have a bachelor's degree or master's degree from a U.S.-accredited college or university.

Be able to obtain a Top Secret SCI Clearance.

Have two years of full-time professional work experience (see work experience waiver for exceptions).

Meet the FBI's Employment Eligibility requirements.

Possess a valid driver's license with at least six months driving experience.

The Special Agent Selection System (SASS) is a mentally and physically challenging process designed to find only the most capable applicants.

For more information about the SASS, physical fitness requirements and work experience waivers, please visit: https://fbijobs.gov/career-paths/special-agents.



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