Finance Positions - 2020 Collegiate Hiring Initiative
Posted on: October 3, 2019
Discover an insider---s perspective on FBI operations by applying
for the Collegiate Hiring Initiative (CHI), a unique FBI program
that offers full-time, permanent positions to graduating seniors or
those who have recently completed undergraduate, graduate or PhD
degrees.Recent graduates help support a huge part of the FBI---s
mission. CHI allows you to begin your career in a hands-on,
supportive team environment where you will work with FBI
professionals and learn from the best, whether you---re doing a
forensic analysis of financial data in a criminal investigation,
performing key business and administrative functions or
participating in contract negotiations. Whatever your role, you
will play a key part in protecting the American people and
upholding the Constitution of the United States.Applications for
the 2020 CHI program are open until Oct. 15, 2019. Applicants must
have graduated or be on track to graduate by June 2020. (If
you---re a veterans, you must have graduated or plan to graduate
between June 2014 and June 2020).--Some of the positions the FBI
offers include, but are not limited to:Accounting Analyst:
Accounting Analysts perform a variety of functions relating to
classifying, reporting and reconciling accounting information.--In
this position you will work with the control and analysis of FBI
funds and appropriation accounts, as well as participate in budget
execution responsibilities (verifying and substantiating data,
reconciling entries, preparing reports).--A bachelor---s degree in
any field of study is accepted for this position, with accounting
or a related major being preferred. This position serves in
Headquarters divisions. Auditor:--Auditors utilize a variety of
accounting and auditing methods and techniques to evaluate and
report on Field Office and Headquarters programs and functions.--As
an FBI Auditor, you would independently plan and coordinate
detailed examinations of these areas, reviewing ongoing practices
and assessing compliance with all rules and regulations ---
ultimately crafting and presenting reports based on these
findings.--A bachelor's degree is required in accounting or in a
related field (business administration, finance or public
administration) that included or was supplemented by 24 semester
hours in accounting. The 24 hours may include up to six hours of
credit in business law.--This position serves throughout the 56
Field Office locations, as well as Headquarters divisions.Budget
Analyst: Budget Analysts will be involved with developing,
analyzing or executing budgets, preparing data in support of the
budgetary cycle, analyzing and comparing budget estimates for
variations, making recommendations to upper management regarding a
number of issues, including transfers and reallocation of funding
and much more. A bachelor---s degree in any field of study is
accepted for this position.--This position serves in Headquarters
divisions.Contract Specialist: FBI Contract Specialists perform a
wide range of contract functions relating to the procurement of
supplies and services, such as technical and telecommunications
equipment or hardware and software relating to different
projects.--You will work with reviewing requisitions and
determining appropriate methods of procurement, analyzing proposals
and bids/offers and actively participating in negotiations. A
bachelor---s degree in any field of study is accepted for this
position.--This position serves in Headquarters divisions.Forensic
Accountant:-- Forensic Accountants work directly with the
examination of financial data associated with domestic and
international white-collar crime, cybercrime, counterintelligence
and counterterrorism investigations.--In this position you will
work with tracing financial transactions, developing financial
profiles of groups involved in criminal activities and uncovering
evidence that directly impacts an investigation. A bachelor---s
degree is required in accounting or in a related field (business
administration, finance or public administration) that included or
was supplemented by 24 semester hours in accounting. The 24 hours
may include up to six hours of credit in business law.--This
position serves throughout the 56 Field Office locations, as well
as Headquarters divisions.KEY REQUIREMENTS:----To apply for the
Collegiate Hiring Initiative, applicants must:--
- Be a U.S. citizen.
- Have a graduating GPA of no less than 2.95 on a 4.0 scale.
- Be able to obtain a Top Secret Clearance.
- Pass an FBI polygraph examination.
- Pass an FBI-administered urinalysis drug test and be in
compliance with the FBI Employment Drug Policy:
- No use of marijuana within the last three years.
- No use of any other illegal drug in the past 10 years.
- No selling, distributing, manufacturing or transporting of any
- No use of a prescription drug or a legally obtainable substance
in a manner for which it was not intended within the last three
years.In addition, you must:
- Never have been convicted of a felony.
- Not be in default on a student loan insured by the U.S.
- Be registered with the Selective Service System (males only,
exceptions apply).--What You Will Need to Succeed
- Exceptional problem-solving and analytical skills.
- Ability to be detail-oriented, yet keep a strategic focus.
- Ability to objectively evaluate information and make sound
- Honesty and integrity must be the foundation of who you
- The drive and commitment to make a difference in the
communities you serve.--LocationsAs part of the application,
candidates are asked to select their desired locations. Assignments
are based on the needs of the FBI; not all locations may have
openings for certain positions. Candidates are encouraged to select
their six most desired locations. Some positions, including those
located in Anchorage, AK; Honolulu, HI, and San Juan, PR, are
eligible for relocation incentives, if eligibility requirements are
met.--HOW TO APPLY STEP 1: Click on the ---Apply--- button to be
directed to the FBIJobs.gov Careers website.PLEASE NOTE: You must
use the Mozilla Firefox web browser when applying to FBIJobs.gov
job openings. STEP 2:-- Click the ---Start--- button to begin.--You
will be prompted to either Sign In to continue or to register with
FBIJobs.gov if you don---t already have an account.STEP 3:-- Follow
the step-by-step process to submit your interest.--You will be
guided through each step.--You must complete all sections of the
form AND ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE ATTACHED to successfully
submit your application.
- Your resume, specifically noting relevant work experience and
associated start and end dates.
- Complete assessment questionnaire.
- Most recent college transcripts.
- Other supporting documents:
- If claiming Veterans--- Preference, you MUST ATTACH a DD-214.
Disabled veterans must also submit an SF-15 and VA letter dated
1991 or later, in addition to the DD-214.
- If claiming previous federal service, you MUST ATTACH a
SF-50.Cover letters are optional and should be addressed to a
general ---Hiring Manager--- if submitted.Submitted documents
should be in a .pdf format. Please do not submit any of the
following file formats: HTML, TIF, JPEG, DOC, DOCX, Password
Protected, or Web Link.-- Please ensure ---.pdf--- is in lowercase
letters.Please see instructions on the site for attaching
documents.Questions regarding this opening should be directed to
recruiting[at]fbi.gov with the subject line ---2020 CHI Finance ---
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