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While the IRS currently has thousands of job opportunities available in a broad range of fields, we present to you a sample of some of our most exciting career opportunities for your consideration. Learn more about the job duties and qualifications by reviewing the complete job announcements by clicking the Learn More links for the positions you are interested in below. To confirm availability in your area, use the location search feature within USAJOBS, or review the locations listed in the individual job announcements. 


Appeals Officers 

As an Appeals Officer, you will be responsible for resolving federal tax disputes on cases generated by various IRS compliance functions. You’ll conduct extensive research and apply the law to the facts to determine appropriate resolution. You’ll work in a collaborative team environment to resolve the tax disputes in a fair and impartial manner. 

Contact Representatives

As a Contact (Customer Service) Representatives, you will provide technical assistance to individuals and businesses. You'll apply the tax code while assisting taxpayers in understanding and meeting their tax responsibilities. You’ll begin your career in these entry level positions with comprehensive training, so prior tax experience is not required.

Criminal Investigators

As a Special Agent, you will combine your accounting skills with law enforcement skills to investigate financial crimes. No matter what the source, all income earned, both legal and illegal, has the potential of becoming involved in crimes we investigate. Because of the expertise required to conduct these complex financial investigations, IRS Special Agents are considered the premier financial investigators for the Federal government. 

Revenue Agents

We’re looking for accounting professionals at all levels to join our team as Revenue Agents. Revenue Agents use their accounting skills to plan and conduct examinations of individuals and businesses to determine Federal tax liability. These examinations are generally conducted at the taxpayer’s residence and/or place of business, working with taxpayers, their representatives, certified public accountants, and tax attorneys.

Tax Examiners

As a Tax Examiner, you will research and analyze issues on tax returns and resolve tax processing problems, adjust taxpayer accounts, and prepare and issue refunds. You’ll respond to taxpayer correspondence and other inquiries regarding a variety of tax returns, related schedules, and other documentation

Tax Specialists

Tax Specialists (Tax Compliance Officers) examine financial records of individuals and businesses to determine the proper taxes have been assessed. You will work in an office environment, providing tax law and tax-related accounting educational assistance to taxpayers. You will regularly work with taxpayers, their representatives, certified public accountants, and tax attorneys.