So, you think you've got what it takes to be a G-Man
, do you? Well, then, the F.B.I. wants to hear from you!
The feds are looking to hire 3,450 positions this year, including:
- 900 special agents
- 550 intelligence analysts
- 2,000 professional support staff (clerical, administrative, IT, HR, accounting, finance, paralegal, evidence tech, photography, scientists, public relations, translators, etc.)
And here's the good/bad news: Few -- if any -- of the positions are in St. Louis!
That's right. According to the F.B.I. the "St. Louis Division is considered
a small to medium size office with little turn-over so the majority
of the open positions are nationwide."
For more information on applying, visit www.FBIjobs.gov
or stop by one of the monthly information sessions the agency is holding at Harris-Stowe State University
on the last Thursday of every month.
The first session begins this Thursday, January 28, at the school's Southwestern Bell Library and runs from 3 p.m. until the "last question is answered." Yeah, that's right. Guantanamo style.