The mission of the Criminal Division is to enforce federal criminal laws; ensure fair and impartial justice through the support and supervision of federal criminal laws; and develop, establish, and implement federal criminal policies.
National Security and Justice Sector Development Overseas
A primary mission of the Department of Justice in support of the U.S. national security strategy is combating international terrorism and other forms of transnational crime (e.g., trafficking in persons, organized crime, public corruption, money laundering, narcotics, cyber crime, and intellectual property violations). To accomplish this mission we must have effective partners abroad.
The fundamental interests of the United States are also served by the promotion of democracy and regional stability, and the establishment of rule of law overseas. To attain these goals we must help develop effective foreign law enforcement and justice sector institutions.
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This portion of our website will assist you in navigating current Criminal Division vacancies. The Division advertises job vacancies in three main categories: Administrative Professionals, Attorneys, and Clerical Support. Click on the position titles to locate the specific vacancy announcement containing details about the duties and application requirements for each position.
Please note: The area for consideration may prevent you from qualifying for some positions. Be sure to read the details in each vacancy announcement to determine if you are eligible to apply. Individuals interested in applying for any of the positions should comply with the application procedures noted in the appropriate official vacancy announcement.
For more information about Criminal Division vacancies, leave a message with the personnel Operations Group at (202) 514-2811 or send an email to Criminal.Crmjobs@usdoj.gov. To access vacancy announcements for other Offices, Boards or Divisions within the Department, go to USAJOBS or the Department's employment information listed on the DOJ Website.
To view all employment opportunities visit the Vacancies page
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