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Monday, May 13, 2019

New jobs posted at NSA - Work in national security - Make a difference

New jobs posted at NSA - Work in national security - Make a difference

Focus your career on what matters most. Secure our future with a career at NSA. 17 career fields, including STEM, business, foreign language, cyber, intel analysis.

You enjoy transforming raw information into critical reports used to understand intelligence issues within the United States and abroad. Your quick mind can analyze complex situations under pressure. You have an aptitude for identifying intelligence gaps, evaluating information from multiple sources, monitoring trends and interpreting events related to particular countries or issues. Serve among best-in-class professionals on the front lines of the nation's defense. Collect, analyze and report intelligence that uncovers the intentions of foreign governments and non-state entities worldwide.


  • Data Science and Analysis
  • History, Government or Political Science
  • Intelligence
  • International Affairs, International Relations or International Studies
  • Library Sciences or Information Sciences
  • National Security Studies
  • Science (e.g., Biology, Chemistry)

Example Positions

  • Intelligence Analyst
    Develops creative solutions to answer analytic questions and solve difficult problems. Conducts research, develops query strategies, and analyzes foreign target intelligence to produce reports and recommendations.
  • Intelligence Analyst (Geographic/Regional Specialization)
    Uses geographic, regional and/or cultural expertise to produce analytic summaries and reports for key decision makers to safeguard personnel, information, facilities, systems operations and plans.
  • Cryptologic Cyber Planner
    Applies in-depth knowledge of the joint planning process to develop detailed cryptologic Functional Support Plans (FSPs), Cryptologic Support Plans (CSPs), and Concept of Operations (CONOPs) that support the Cyber Operation requirements of the DoD, the U.S. government and its allies.

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