Examples at the Department of Homeland Security
Current Job Opportunities at DHS
Cyber theft rings, hackers, and data breaches are just a few of the real-time internet threats that, if left unchecked, could derail our way of life and compromise national security. These threats change in number and sophistication daily. That is why the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is recruiting dynamic and cutting edge professionals to protect the nation's cyberspace.
We need candidates skilled in:
Cyber Incident Response
Cyber Risk and Strategic Analysis
Vulnerability Detection and Assessment
Intelligence and Investigation
Networks and Systems Engineering
You can also sign-up for e-mail updates on cybersecurity job opportunities and upcoming events.
Student and Recent Graduate Entry-Level Programs in Cybersecurity
Sign up for a career that grows with you. You'll have access to first-rate educational opportunities designed to keep you at the top of your game and the cybersecurity industry. Below are just a few of our training and development offerings within the Secretary's Honors Program for Cybersecurity.
In addition to these programs, DHS also offers a variety of training and development courses including a master's degree and graduate certificate in cyber program. Click here to see a few examples of how your degree matches opportunities at DHS.
Opportunities for Veterans in Cybersecurity
See how you fit in the civilian cybersecurity area. Search for cybersecurity jobs across the country, or find cyber-specific degree and non-degree based training opportunities designed to develop your cyber skills and prepare you for a job in this exciting and rapidly growing field.
Don’t have any experience in cybersecurity? More information will be provided soon on how you can use your veteran benefits to obtain knowledge and skills in cybersecurity.
Did You Know?
Using the post 9/11 GI Bill, you can get up to 36 months of financial support for education and training for graduate and undergraduate degrees, vocational/technical training, correspondence training, licensing and national testing programs, and tutorial assistance to prepare you for a career in cybersecurity. Click here for more information on the post 9/11 GI Bill.
The Veterans Retraining Assistance Program (VRAP) offers 12 months of training assistance for unemployed Veterans. You may qualify for up to 12 months of assistance at the full-time payment rate under the Montgomery GI Bill-Active Duty program. Click here for more information on VRAP.
Join Our Team
To learn more about cyber careers at the Department and to view current job postings, visit DHS jobs on USAJOBS.gov and type “Cyber” in the “What” field. You can also sign-up to get e-mail updates on special cybersecurity opportunities and events. For details, visit: http://www.dhs.gov/join-dhs-cybersecurity