Join the Nation’s preeminent federal cybersecurity team and serve your country by protecting U.S. critical infrastructure and the American people from cybersecurity threats and increasing nationwide resilience.
Whether you are a student, technical expert, or an executive, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Cybersecurity Service has career opportunities at every level. Current openings focus on mission-critical roles at DHS’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Department’s Office of the Chief Information Officer.
The DHS Cybersecurity Service is supported by the DHS Cybersecurity Talent Management System, a modernized personnel system that offers:
Streamlined Hiring Processes
- Applicants complete customized applications based on their skills and professional interests.
- Applicants participate in competency-based assessments, including real-world simulations, to demonstrate their ability to perform cybersecurity-related work.
Competitive Compensation Structures
DHS Cybersecurity Service employees receive competitive salaries based on their demonstrated skills and expertise. Salary increases and other incentives are driven by employees’ impact on the DHS cybersecurity mission.
Meaningful Career Development Opportunities
DHS Cybersecurity Service employees have access to regular training and professional development opportunities designed to increase career exposure and further refine specialized skills in alignment with their interests and career goals.
To learn more about available opportunities, please visit the DHS Cybersecurity Service application portal.
The New DHS Cybersecurity Service Overview for Potential Applicants brochure provides a brief overview of the application process, including information on how to apply and what to expect.
Watch the DHS Cybersecurity Service Mission video for more information on the cybersecurity mission.