There are a few things you should know before you begin the IRS application process. The first is that most of our positions require specific education and skills. So you need to make sure you have the qualifications to do the job before you take the next step. Also, we understand that there may be several opportunities you'd like to apply for, and that's perfectly fine with us. Just keep in mind that you'll have to complete separate forms for each one of them.
How to Apply
If you do not have access to the Internet you may be able to rely on publicly available resources to access USAJOBS. In most communities, Career One Stop centers and Public Libraries provide Internet access free of charge. You may be required to register before using these facilities, depending on the policy of the library or One Stop center you’re visiting. You may also need to reserve computer time in advance and observe any time limits imposed by the facility providing access. Other resources may be available in your community.
It’s not that easy, and you don’t have to fill out piles of application papers and send them to us in the mail. All you have to do is log on and search for IRS positions online through our careers page — any time of day. Or, we can even do your job search for you — just create a search agent for positions that match your qualifications. We’ll email you with notices of new IRS vacancies.
If you don’t find the best position for your talent and abilities today, come back to check again in a few days. We announce new career opportunities each week. Or, if you set up a Job Search Agent on USAJOBS, you’ll be able to receive email notices of our latest IRS vacancies in your favorite job series automatically — we do the searching for you.