The FBI is an intelligence-driven national security and law enforcement agency. Our mission is to protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States by providing investigative expertise, intelligence, resources and training to domestic and international agencies and partners.
Our mission is simple, but our work is complex. We have a diverse culture of employees that make us one family — OneFBI — and that includes actively recruiting and hiring persons with disabilities.
To effectively accomplish our mission, we need people from different backgrounds, experiences and perspectives. Our commitment to inclusion is integrated into every facet of our organization. We have established a non-competitive appointing authority (similar to Schedule A) for persons with developmental disabilities, severe physical disabilities and/or psychiatric disabilities. Supporting documentation for consideration may include a certification of job readiness and proof of qualifying disability issued from a licensed medical professional, vocational rehabilitation specialist or any federal or state agency.
An FBI career provides the opportunity to work among the best. Our team consists of more than 36,000 employees who work across the globe to protect the United States from terrorism, espionage, cyber attacks and major criminal threats.
Many FBI career options are traditional to the investigative and intelligence community; others are similar to careers found in most Fortune 500 companies. We seek those who will contribute to the operations of a global organization that aligns people, policies, processes and systems to ensure the highest-quality investigations.
For the official source of information about the FBI
and details about joining our team, please visit FBIjobs.gov