Job Posting Board

Employers

Get your job posting in front of the strongest law enforcement leadership network in the world. FBI National Academy Associate members are active in our network, engaged in their careers, and open to new opportunities. Our network gives you the opportunity to reach senior law enforcement executives with an abundance of talent and experience. Our NEW Job Posting Board allows you to match your organization's position to the most qualified professionals in the industry. Please review the Submission Guidelines and complete the Submission Form , for questions or additional information email jobs@fbinaa.org.

Job Seekers

The following postings were submitted to the FBINAA by organizations who recognize the value of our members. Each posting gives a brief description with a link to learn more about the position.

Current Postings

White House Fellow

White House Fellows spend a year in Washington working as a full-time, paid Fellow to senior White House staff, Cabinet Secretaries, and other top-ranking government officials.
The Fellows frequently meet with top leaders in public, private and non-profit sectors to discuss the policy-making process as well as ideas and issues concerning leadership and service.
Serious candidates should be able to demonstrate notable achievement early in their careers ‒ and a deep commitment to public service.

Applications for the class of 2020-21 are now being accepted through January 8, 2020.
Click here to download/view a brochure for additional information about the White House Fellows Program
Click here to learn about the current class of White House Fellows

LEARN MORE about the White House Fellow Program and selection process at https://www.whff.org/recruitment/

 

FBI National Academy Associates, Inc- Academy Liaison

The FBI National Academy Associates, a non-profit Association, has an opening for an Academy Liaison. Candidate will be responsible for the daily interaction with the National Academy Training Unit and students in Session at the National Academy.

Responsibilities include: Coordinating with the NA Unit on the registration process for incoming students; to include obtaining a list of incoming students prior to arrival, greeting arriving students and collecting dues/fees; Coordinating events/meetings to include; work orders, food orders, reserving dorm rooms and meeting rooms.  Proof monthly newsletter(s) and quarterly magazines, prepare general correspondence and answer phone calls. Travel may be required twice a year.  Must be able to multi-task and have a positive and energetic personality.  Must be proficient in Microsoft Office. College degree required. Must be able to pass a background check. For consideration, please submit your resume to HR@fbinaa.org.

FBI LEEDA- Executive Director

The FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association (“FBI – LEEDA, Inc.”) is seeking an experienced candidate for the position of the Executive Director. Applications are being accepted, with a preference for candidates who have been a member of Law Enforcement Command staff (Captain or above) preferably with ten years executive experience, and who has experience in corporate organizations; non-profit experience preferred. Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree is preferred. FBI-LEEDA is looking for applicants who are preferably graduates of the LEEDS program, FBI National Academy, or other recognized executive-level training. The position requires the applicant to relocate to the national headquarters in Malvern, Pennsylvania. Learn More...

California State Senate- Chief Sergeant-at-Arms

The California Senate Chief Sergeant-at-Arms is an officer and employee of the Senate (Cal. Gov. Code, 59170), charged with managing a team of Sergeants and other personnel within the Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms. 

The office provides security,support, and oversight for Senate floor sessions and committee hearings, so that the legislative process can proceed efficiently and unencumbered. 

The office also provides security to individual Senators and legislative staff, supervises public visitors,investigates and responds to threats within the Senate, assists with medical emergencies, and conducts emergency evacuations. The Chief Sergeant and Sergeant-at Arms staff are sworn peace officers in accordance with California Penal Code Section
830.36