CYBERCOM is accepting applications for a highly competitive, full-time, uncompensated Student Volunteer Program positions for law students going into their 3rd year of law school in Fall 2024.
The Command now uses the DoD Emerging Technologies Marketplace for open positions. Create your account, upload your résumé, connect with hiring managers, and become part of the Talent Marketplace at U.S. Cyber Command here:
We enable our most valuable assets – our people – in order to gain advantages in cyberspace:

U.S. Cyber Command recruits, develops, and retains the most talented civilian personnel in cyber and support positions spanning the following career areas and beyond: 

Planning and Doctrine, Information Technology, Cyberspace Plans and Policy, Budget Analyst, Executive Communications, Operations Research Analyst, Exercise Planner, Training Analyst, Cyber Operations Specialist, Program Analyst, and positions in Human Resources, Acquisition, Logistics, Facilities, Protocol and more!

We hire civilian talent through Cyber Excepted Service:

The Cyber Excepted Service (CES) personnel system provides U.S. Cyber Command new authorities to innovate and accelerate the civilian hiring process. Experience is highly valued in the CES, transcending the typical timed-based approach in the competitive service.  The CES system has flexible recruitment authorities to attract the experience and attributes needed to achieve success in the cyberspace warfighting domain. Learn more about CES here.

Learn about CES opportunities at USCYBERCOM through our recruiting brochure here.
Interested candidates can send questions directly to our USCYBERCOM recruiting email inbox here

We support varied hiring paths:


USAJobs is an excellent place to look for cyber related jobs in your area or around the world. Cyber Command and the Service Cyber Components post some of their government employee vacancies on this site. Link to the USAJobs website here

Collegiate Internships and Recent Graduate:

USCYBERCOM welcomes collegiate students and recent graduate talent. Interested candidates can send questions directly to our USCYBERCOM recruiting email inbox here.

Military Cyber Career Opportunities Guide:

Jobs in the cyber mission field, which U.S. Cyber Command employs, are in high demand. This is a guide to the opportunities available through the military, government, and civilian channels.

  1. Military options: Below are the cyber job opportunities available in the armed services. The best way to find out more about these jobs is to speak to a recruiter for the branch that interests you or a retention non-commissioned officer for those already serving. This list does not include every job available at Cyber Command or the Service Cyber Components. These organizations are also in need of many military occupation specialties and civilian positions.  
    1. Army
      1. Enlisted Options
        1. Cyber Operations Specialist (17C): Cyber Operations Specialists conduct integrated and synchronized offensive cyberspace operations by targeting enemy and hostile adversary activities and capabilities. These specialists also conduct defensive operations to protect data, networks, net-centric capabilities, and other designated systems. They are responsible for detecting, identifying, and responding to attacks against friendly networks with other lethal and nonlethal actions that enable commanders to gain an advantage in cyberspace, across all domains.
          1. Link to information on this career field here
      2. Officer Options
        1. Cyber Operations Officer (17A): Cyber Operations Officers coordinate and conduct integrated and synchronized offensive cyberspace operations by targeting enemy and hostile adversary activities and capabilities. Cyber branch is a maneuver branch with the mission to conduct defensive and offensive cyberspace operations (DCO and OCO). Cyber is the only branch designed to directly engage threats within the cyberspace domain. Applicants must have a bachelors of science or higher degree in electrical engineering, computer science, computer engineering, information systems, information assurance/cyber security or mathematics.
          1. Link to information on this career field here
      3. Warrant Officer Options
        1. 170A - Cyber Warfare Technician: Performs as the Subject Matter Expert and advisor to the Commander and staff regarding the employment of offensive and defensive cyber operations assets and personnel. Directs, plans, administers, manages, integrates, and assesses cyberspace operations. Develops policy recommendations and provides technical guidance regarding the operation and management of Army, Joint, intergovernmental, interagency, and multi-national cyberspace assets and personnel. Integrates cyberspace effects into warfighting functions in an effort to optimize combat effectiveness. There are many prerequisites for this position.
        2. 170B - Electronic Warfare Technician: The Electronic Warfare (EW) Technicians, 170Bs, analyze, plan, organize, execute, monitor, integrate and assess EW operations, threat environment, and technical requirements. The EW Technician focuses the efforts of EW systems, both air and ground, against adversary personnel, facilities, or equipment with the intent of denying, degrading, disrupting, neutralizing, defeating or destroying enemy capabilities, while protecting the use of friendly electromagnetic system operations through active coordination, integration and de-confliction. The EW Technician will integrate EW into the targeting and planning process as well as assist in the development of the enemy EW order of battle, EW target information and products, intelligence, and target selection standards.
          1. Link to information on these career fields here
      4. Link to Army recruiting options here
    2. Air Force
      1. Enlisted Options
        1. Cyber Warfare Operations (1B4X1): Cyber Warfare Operations personnel develop, sustain, and enhance cyberspace capabilities to defend national interests from attack and to create effects in cyberspace to achieve national objectives.
        2. Command and Control Operations (1C3X1):  Command and Control Operations Airmen ensure that key leaders are advised of key missions currently taking place, as well as operate key systems used for communication, alerts and other data that use command and control systems.
        3. Systems Operations (1D7X1B): It’s the job of System Operations Airmen to design, install and support our systems to ensure they operate properly and remain secure from outside intrusion. These experts enhance our capabilities and provide us with the best and most secure systems so we can stay ahead of the curve in everything we do.
        4. Security Operations (1D7X1D): Responsible for interpreting network vulnerability scans and keeping out networks accredited, Security Operations Airmen ensure the security of computer networks and online communications. From software to hardware, these experts keep our systems and our information safe.
        5. Software Development (1D7X1Z): These experts write, analyze, design and develop programs that are critical to our war-fighting capabilities. From maintenance tracking programs to programs that organize and display intelligence data, they ensure we have the software and programs needed to complete our missions efficiently and effectively.
        6. Client Systems (1D7X1E): Providing the Air Force with communications systems expertise, Client Systems specialists ensure that all of our computer hardware and software function correctly at all times. From installing necessary programs to troubleshooting and repairing any problems that arise, these experts play a critical role ensuring that we maintain the access and control of the technology necessary to complete all of our missions.
        7. Network Systems (1D7X1A): Making sure the underlying infrastructure of a given network is operating properly is the responsibility of Network Systems Airmen. Whether it's repairing a network router at a stateside base or installing fiber-optic cable at a forward installation overseas, these experts keep our communications systems up and running and play an integral role in our continuing success.
        8. Intelligence Analyst (1N0X1): An Intelligence Analyst has to be able to look at the world and read between the lines. They are responsible for discovering and analyzing raw data and then recognizing and assessing usable intelligence from a variety of sources. This enlisted position involves assisting and advising leaders on mission planning.
        9. Signals Intelligence Analyst (1N2X1): Utilizing sophisticated equipment, Signals Intelligence Analysts extract, analyze and identify foreign activity and communication that come from electromagnetic emissions.
        10. Targeting Analyst (1N8X1): A Target Analyst Airman reviews how a functional target system works and analyzes the interactions between components and uses that analysis to select vulnerable infrastructure and identifies weapon placement for the greatest effect while characterizing risk.
        11. Cryptologic Language analyst & Reporter (1N3X1): Responsible for translating and analyzing messages, Cryptologic Language Analysts provide vital intelligence to decision-makers. Proficient in a language like Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Persian Farsi, Hebrew, Pashto or Urdu, these skilled specialists play an essential role in helping us complete our mission and keep our country safe.
        12. Fusion Analyst (1N4X1): Responsible for acquiring and analyzing information, Fusion Analysts determine the value and implications of intelligence we receive from target network communications. Through research and assessment, these specialists gauge the impact of the information and distribute their findings to high-level decision-makers so we can take timely action to ensure the safety of Airmen and our country.
      2. Officer Options
        1. Information Operations Officer (14F): Information Operations Officers mix knowledge of psychology, sociology, and marketing combined with knowledge of non-lethal information related military capabilities to plan influence operations.  They have the skills to build strategies and plans that sustain or change perceptions and attitudes driving the behavior and decision making of relevant actors.
        2. Intelligence Officer (14N): Responsible for both protecting our information as well as collecting data from external threats, Intelligence Officers are essential to operational planning and ultimate success. From analyzing data to coordinating with other services or determining the capabilities and vulnerabilities of an adversary, these highly trained officers provide indispensable knowledge pivotal to Airmen successfully completing their missions.
        3. Operations Research Analyst (15A): Operations research analysts are experts in data science and advanced analytics, but more generally apply advanced analytical methods and mathematical models to better understand complex systems and situations.  They are problem solvers who find ways to make Air Force operations more efficient and cost-effective, these officers perform a wide variety of duties including operations research, general research, testing and evaluation analysis, mission support analysis and logistics analysis.
        4. Cyberspace Operations Officer (17D): Responsible for a wide range of weaponry, training and intelligence efficiencies, Cyberspace Operations Officers are the foremost experts on the vast world of cyberspace. From computerized, satellite and airborne communications to postal operations and tracking systems, these irreplaceable assets play a critical role in planning missions and ensuring the effectiveness of our cyberspace capabilities.
        5. Cyber Warfare Operations Officer (17S): A Cyber Warfare Operations Officer commands a crew and is in charge of cyberspace weapons systems. Combat communications, missile guidance systems, the nation’s power grid, rocket launches…all depend on cybersecurity in the battle space above our planet. Maintaining vigilance across all cyber channels and working with and advising commanders, this officer assesses intelligence information, plans and executes missions, and ensures his or her team and all equipment is mission-ready at all times.
      3. Link to Air Force recruiting options here
    3. Navy
      1. Enlisted Options
        1. Cryptologic Technician: Enlisted Sailors in the Navy Cryptology community analyze encrypted electronic communications, jam enemy radar signals, decipher information in foreign languages and maintain state-of-the-art equipment and networks used to generate top secret intel.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
        2. Information Systems Technician: In the Navy, information technology (IT) plays an important role in everything from electronic mail systems, to shipboard control systems, to Special Intelligence (SI) systems. Navy Information System Technicians (IT specialists) are Enlisted Sailors who engage in a broad range of responsibilities, including network administration, database management and computer hardware and software implementation.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      2. Officer Options
        1. Cyber Warfare Engineer: Complex computer networks, tactical systems they control, and vital infrastructures they support are all under attack by enemies seeking to steal information or sabotage capabilities. Cyber Warfare Engineering (CWE) Officers are the highly technical computer scientists and computer engineers. Candidates seeking an Officer position in this community must have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering from one of the more than 150 National Security Agency (NSA) Centers of Academic Excellence (CAE).
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      3. Link to Navy recruiting options here
    4. Marine Corps
      1. Enlisted Options
        1. Defensive Cyberspace Operator: Defensive Cyberspace Operators provide the Commander with the ability to defend the network, enable freedom of action, and employ cyber effects through real time detection, analysis, and mitigation of threats and vulnerabilities and outmaneuvering adversaries.  Defensive Cyberspace Operators install, operate, and maintain security tools in support of Defensive Cyberspace Operations (DCO)
          1. Link to information about this career field here
        2. Offensive Cyberspace Operator: The Offensive Cyberspace Operator specializes in Offensive Cyberspace Operations (OCO). They employ offensive cyberspace tools, tactics, techniques, and procedures. The Offensive Cyberspace Operators integrate cyberspace effects into warfighting functions in order to support tactical, operational, and strategic objectives.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      2. Officer Options
        1. Cyberspace Officer: Cyberspace Officers command or assist in commanding a cyberspace operations unit or element. They supervise, direct, and provide guidance on all aspects of the employment of cyberspace personnel and systems. The Cyberspace Officer integrates the effects and capabilities of offensive and defensive cyberspace operations.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      3. Link to Marine recruiting options here
    5. Coast Guard
      1. Enlisted Options
        1. Information Systems Technician: An information systems technician (IT) is responsible for establishing and maintaining Coast Guard computer systems, analog and digital voice systems (telephones and voicemail), and installing and maintaining the physical network infrastructure that ties the systems together.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
        2. Intelligence Specialist: The intelligence specialist (IS) performs a wide range of duties associated with the collection, analysis, processing, and dissemination of intelligence in support of Coast Guard operational missions.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      2. Officer Options
        1. Direct Commission Intelligence Officer: Officers who are selected will have a chance to become a key resource in one of most dynamic fields in the Coast Guard, and will obtain an initial assignment within the intelligence community.  It is therefore critical that applicants are intelligence professionals with robust work experience.
          1. Link to information about this career field here
      3. Link to Coast Guard recruiting options here