IRS Large Business & International Division Is Hiring

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is seeking experienced candidates with 100 job vacancies to soon be opening on USA Jobs.  Interested candidates should consider applying for many upcoming employment opportunities within Large Business and International (LB&I) Division.  They will be hiring revenue agents, economists, competent authority analysts and tax law specialists. Qualified internal and external candidates may apply. Dozens of vacancies are noted in 16 announcements, including:
 

  • Revenue Agents (GS-0512-13)
  • Senior Revenue Agents (GS-0512-14)
  • Economists (GS-0110-14)
  • Tax Law Specialists (GS-0987-14)
  • Competent Authority Analysts (GS-0930-14)

 

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Refer to USAJobs for the full listing of announcements and detailed information about the positions. To apply using USAJobs, just create a profile on the website and search jobs with the IRS. One can also use filters such as location, salary, or work schedule to help narrow results.

In order to help preserve and strengthen the government-to-government relationship between tribal nations and the federal government, it is important to ensure that there is strong Native representation through all government agencies. There is an exceeding amount of vacancies open to the public. Tribal leaders and Tribal citizens who meet the job qualifications are encouraged to apply.

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