Defense Intelligence Agency

Defense Intelligence Agency is attending the 2019 Engineering Expo on Wednesday. Booth Number: 416

Hiring Information

Aerospace Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Computer Engineering
Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Engineering Science and Mechanics
General Engineering
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Materials Science and Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Citizenship Requirements

US Citizen or US National

Job Types

Full Time

Student Preferences

Freshman
Sophomore
Junior
Senior
Graduate
Alumni

Basic Information

Website: dia.mil

Description:

DIA is currently recruiting for entry-level positions in the Information Technology (IT) Career Field at multiple locations. To be considered for positions in this Career Field, applicants must mark INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY as the Primary Area of Interest. Applicants must indicate if they are willing to relocate within the continental U.S. or overseas. DIA’s globally distributed national security mission requires the highest performing computing capabilities possible to enable mission success. Information Technology Officers assigned to the Defense Intelligence Agency make this possible. Powerful applications, protected networks, and resilient infrastructures require high performing entry level professionals who thrive on teamwork, possess the aptitude to push technical boundaries, embrace technological change, and who know that the computing profession is their calling. The Defense Intelligence Agency is recruiting entry-level computer scientists, software engineers, system engineers, cyber engineers, information assurance specialists, data scientists, network engineers, technology business and finance specialists, and analytics specialists who will ensure our nation, our policymakers, and our warfighters have no peer. As a member of the Defense Intelligence Agency, you will have the opportunity to experience unmatched exposure to both government and commercial technologies coupled with world class training. Once selected, you will be assigned to one of the designated career fields and be encouraged to broaden your professional breadth across multiple career fields and specialties.


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