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Business, IT & Security Positions

The CIA employs a wide variety of highly talented professionals to meet its mission of support for the President, the National Security Council and all those who make and execute US national policy. As a global organization, we have a continuous need to recruit and retain people with skills in everything from finance to logistics, linguistics to architecture, and law to cartography. In fact, there are more than 50 different career disciplines in Business, IT and Security that contribute to the success of every Directorate. Serving at home and abroad, our corps of dedicated professionals plays a vital role in the national security of our country every day.

View our available business, IT & security jobs.

 

A Career of Global Importance

If you choose a career in the Business, IT or Security fields at the CIA, you will most likely be working at a CIA facility in the Washington, D.C. metro area. Here, you will find a wealth of social, cultural, entertainment and life style choices in the nation's capital, Maryland and Virginia. At times during your career, you may choose to work in a foreign country for an extended period and enjoy the unique rewards of living and working outside the United States. Whether you work in the United States or abroad, you will have the opportunity to perform at the highest level in your professional endeavors while accomplishing truly important work for your nation.

 

Is This the Job for You?

The range and variety of Business, IT and Security occupations is extensive, with high-level qualifications for every position. Generally speaking, we look for individuals who see their career as more than a job and will take on our mission in a personal way, applying their skills and talents for the good of the country.

Training and continuing educational opportunities are part of our culture. Diversity is also key to our success. Because of our national security role, all applicants must be US citizens and successfully complete thorough background and medical examinations, including a polygraph interview.

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Posted: Apr 21, 2007 06:54 PM
Last Updated: Aug 15, 2013 10:53 AM