Dedicated. Mission Driven. Committed to Excellence.
If these words describe you, we invite you to take a closer look at the job opportunities being offered at the United States Secret Service. We are looking for talented, diverse individuals from all segments of the American society to serve within the ranks of our administrative, professional and technical (APT) occupations. Our agency’s APT employees play a critical role in ensuring the overall success of our protective and investigative missions.
Now Hiring For
- Financial Management Specialist
- Fingerprint Specialist
- Human Resources Specialist
- Management and Program Analyst
- Personnel Security Specialist
- Public Affairs Specialist
Careers Built on Integrity
More than a job, a career with Secret Service offers one-of-a-kind training, a high level of responsibility and a future as you continuously apply new skills, making a positive impact in one of the nation’s most important federal law enforcement areas.
In addition to federal employee benefits, administrative, professional and technical position benefits also include:
- Competitive starting salary
- Low-cost life insurance
- Individual or family membership in low-cost federal health benefit plans
- Annual leave earned at the rate of 13 to 26 days per year, based on length of employment (prior federal civilian or military service is credited, as authorized)
- Sick leave accumulated at the rate of 13 days per year without limit
- Paid holidays
- Comprehensive retirement benefits (retirement credit is granted for prior federal military or government service, as authorized)
- Eligibility for participation in Flexible Spending Account Program (a tax-favored program offered to employees to pay for eligible out-of-pocket health care and dependent care expenses with pre-tax dollars)
About United States Secret Service
The United States Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency with headquarters in Washington, D.C., and more than 150 offices throughout the United States and abroad. Established in 1865 solely to suppress the counterfeiting of U.S. currency, today the Secret Service is mandated by Congress to carry out the integrated missions of protection and investigations.
On March 1, 2003, the Secret Service was transferred from the Department of the Treasury to the Department of Homeland Security. Recognized for its central role in the protection of the nation’s leaders and the financial and critical infrastructure of the United States, the Secret Service contributes to the Department of Homeland Security’s common mission of protecting the American people from harm.