The Department of Homeland Security Is Hiring

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Check out the information below for exploring a career in federal government service.


The Department of Homeland Security’s compelling mission draws candidates seeking to join a team that makes a difference in the lives of their fellow citizens. The threats and challenges facing the Department and the Nation are complex and constantly evolving. Now more than ever, DHS must recruit, develop, and retain a talented and diverse workforce.

DHS is seeking hundreds of qualified individuals to fill critical positions in cybersecurity, information technology, intelligence analysis, law enforcement, travel security, emergency management, business operations, mission support, and more. As part of our hiring efforts, we are hosting a series of webinars to provide information on the Department’s mission, career opportunities, special hiring authorities, effective résumé writing, and creating a profile on USAJOBS. All webinars are open to the public.

To register for our webinars or learn more about our upcoming recruiting and outreach events, visit Please share this information with friends, family, and anyone interested in a rewarding career with the Department.

Date/Time Time Audience

Wednesday, June 2 4-6 p.m. ET Professionals, Students, and Recent Graduates

Tuesday, June 15 4-6 p.m. ET Veterans

Tuesday, June 29 2-4 p.m. ET Individuals with Disabilities

Tuesday, September 14 6-8 p.m. ET Students and Recent Graduates

For more information on career opportunities at DHS, please visit or contact
Eric Holdeman is a nationally known emergency manager. He has worked in emergency management at the federal, state and local government levels. Today he serves as the Director, Center for Regional Disaster Resilience (CRDR), which is part of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region (PNWER). The focus for his work there is engaging the public and private sectors to work collaboratively on issues of common interest, regionally and cross jurisdictionally.
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