COLUMBIA, Md. – AvengerCon VII, hosted every fall by Maryland Innovation and Security Institute to benefit the hackers of the U.S. Cyber Command community and the 780th Military Intelligence Brigade (Cyber), has returned for a hybrid in-person and virtual event.

We support varied hiring paths

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.

Student Volunteer Program
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.

Learn more about the Fall 2024 Student Volunteer Program here.
Download the Application Package for the Fall 2024 Student Volunteer ProgramCNMF Seal

U.S. Cyber Command's Talent Marketplace
The Command now uses the DoD Emerging Technologies Marketplace for open positions.
Create your account, upload your résumé, and connect with hiring managers.
To become part of the Talent Marketplace at U.S. Cyber Command, click here.
Send inquiries to

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. You can visit the USAJobs website here.

Working at U.S. Cyber Command

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

Current Opportunities

Operations Research Analyst (GG-13)

Open 11/29/22 to 12/14/22

Performs scientific work to design, develop, and adapt/extend mathematical, statistical, econometric, and other scientific methods and techniques, and then apply them to conduct analyses in support of resources planning and management.

Personnel Management Specialist (GG-12)

Open 12/05/22 to 12/16/22

Provides Cyber Excepted Service (CES) civilian personnel (CIVPERS) administrative and management support, including providing relevant and accurate information and recommendations to hiring managers on the full range of CIVPERS matters throughout the position and employee life cycle.

Program Analyst (GG-13)

Open 12/01/22 to 12/14/22

Combines and applies demonstrated expertise in analysis concepts and methods with practical knowledge of the DoD cyberspace program to conduct investigations of highly complex cyberspace resources planning and management issues.

Theater Security Cooperation Planner (GG-13)

Open 12/01/22 to 12/19/22

Serves as a senior U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM) regional analyst, subject matter expert, team lead, and planner for Department of Defense (DOD) policy development and interpretation to support the J5's Theater Security Cooperation Planning (TSCP) mission, the objective of which is to optimize collaboration among the DOD Unified Combatant Commands, as well as with other U.S. Government (USG) agencies and international partners