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Job posting for the FBI.

Applications are due by Monday, June 2.

www.fbijobs.gov/FY14Hiring<http://www.fbijobs.gov/FY14Hiring>

Several positions that may be interesting to GMU students include:

Computer Scientist
Acts as the technical expert on all investigations, works in a high-speed, dynamic, and sophisticated environment, and utilizes cutting edge technology. (Major: Computer Science or any degree with 30 semester hours in a combination of mathematics, statistics, and computer science. Fifteen of those hours must include differential and integral calculus.)
Electrical Engineer
A person working in the EEP must have an excellent grasp of Electrical or Computer Engineering (ECE) concepts. A strong candidate will demonstrate some of the following skills: circuit board population, repair, test, debug *embedded systems hardware or software design * semiconductor design or fault analysis * programming familiarity for C, C++, C#, ASM (MIPS, ARM, x86), Verilog, Python * familiarity with embedded operating systems (Android, iOS, Windows Phone, RTOS, Linux, QNX) * RF and signal processing and analysis.
I.T. Specialist
Maximizing the most advanced technologies is a key priority of the FBI. Your accountabilities may encompass overseeing/implementing computer systems and network operations (daily administration, maintenance, ongoing support) * serving as a technical and informational resource to users * installing, configuring, and troubleshooting LAN/WAN components * diagnosing and resolving network issues * ensuring that information security policies are applied * and more. (Majors: Engineering, Computer Science, Information Science, Information Systems Management, Mathematics, Statistics, Operational Research)