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Summer Internship (Information Technology Aide)
Architect of the Capitol
Tasks include:

Installing, configuring, troubleshooting and maintaining customer hardware and software;
Implementing instructions, policies, procedures and standards for information technology (IT) programs, services, operations and/or customer support;
Performing routine procedures for backing up operating systems, applications and data on networks;
Responding to and resolving customer requests for assistance, such as help desk calls for routine issues and problems;
Providing customer training on IT systems, applications and equipment; and
Providing assistance with updating / patching desktops and laptops.
2024 Summer Associate Program (internship)
Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)
The IDA Summer Associate Program provides students unique opportunity to use their quantitative and analytic skills to work on challenging real-world national security issues. The Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) is a not-for-profit corporation that operates Federally Funded Research and Development Centers (FFRDCs).

Two of these FFRDCs are accepting Summer Associates.

Staff at the IDA Systems and Analyses Center (SAC) provide objective analyses of national security issues, particularly those requiring scientific and technical expertise, and conduct related research on other national challenges.  SAC is located in Alexandria, Virginia, is comprised of eight research divisions.           

Staff at the IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute (STPI), located in Washington, DC, assist the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and other executive branch agencies in formulating federal S&T policy by providing high-quality, objective, analytical support to inform policymakers.

Each year, IDA hires paid student associates at its Virginia and Washington, DC facilities to work for a minimum of 10 weeks during the summer months.


We seek highly qualified students with strong academic backgrounds.  Our preference for the program is graduate students, but we will consider undergraduates who are rising seniors.  In either case, students must be returning to an academic institution in the fall to continue their educational pursuits. 

SAC seeks a variety of disciplines, including computer science, information technology, mathematics, chemistry, physics, operations research, aero/astronautical engineering, mechanical or electrical engineering, materials science, statistics, economics, as well as social and behavioral sciences, human resources, security, international relations, policy studies and finance. We are also recruiting students focusing on Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning, library and information science, and related.
2024 Science Policy Fellowship
Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)
Fellows will work with teams of researchers to support a wide variety of S&T policy-related tasks. Duties may include conducting survey-based and interview-based research, database development, use of data visualization tools, use of statistical techniques, and other qualitative and quantitative methods to perform project-driven policy analysis. Over the course of the two-year program, experiences will include:

Participation in analyses that support tasking from Federal Government policymakers
Interaction with OSTP and other Federal science agency personnel
Involvement in workshops and discussions on relevant topics
Mentorship from members of the STPI research staff
Training on specific analytical methods and tools
Attendance and presentation at select professional society meetings


This is a full time position and is only open to recent recipients of a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Candidates with degrees higher than a master’s degree will not be considered.
Candidates must have at least a bachelor’s degree conferred between May 2022 and July 2024.
Candidates with degrees in engineering, life sciences, physical sciences, social and behavioral sciences, computer science, mathematical sciences, statistics, and learning sciences are encouraged to apply.
Candidates should possess a strong interest in science and technology policy, although previous policy experience is not required.
Candidates must demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills, and will be asked to give a 30-minute presentation on a topic to be assigned during a group interview.
Ideal candidates are able to contribute to and support team efforts.

2024 Data Science Fellowship
Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)
The IDA Data Science Fellowship gives recent graduates the opportunity to develop and apply data science skills to important issues in national security. The Data Science Fellowship is a project-based learning experience within a variety of research areas. Fellows perform data manipulation and statistical, econometric, predictive, descriptive, and other quantitative analyses to help answer important sponsor-funded research questions as well as internal-funded business operations questions. In the course of research, Fellows will apply advanced data science tools, possibly including machine learning, artificial intelligence, statistics, or various big data methodologies. Fellows should expect to learn while using their critical thinking, creativity, and analytic skills to contribute to interdisciplinary project teams.

Fellows will have opportunity to work on several research questions during their 3-year terms. Specific future research projects are unpredictable, subject to ever-changing analytical needs of sponsors and/or internal business operations questions. However, example projects include:

Appraisal of current DoD investments in a broad range of areas: from human factors to autonomous systems, from materials science to nuclear weapons effects, from social behaviors to quantum computing;
Analyze and research questions on DoD personnel, military readiness and efficacy, and organizational efficiency topics.
Assessment of federal agency information and computing architectures that support data science applications (i.e., large, distributed data sets and computational assets);
Application of data exploration, text analytics, forecasting, statistical inference, simulation to areas of military personnel, manpower, and acquisition of DOD weapon systems.
Improve IDA’s data architecture to support efficient internal operations
Analyze financial information to surface insights about research project execution across the company and inform decision-making
Reverse Engineer/Vulnerability Researcher
Battelle is currently seeking a Vulnerability Researcher to work in our Columbus, OH or Chantilly, VA location.

Do you enjoy conducting vulnerability research from scratch? Do you have arguments over Ghidra vs. IDA vs. BinaryNinja? Do you constantly switch between static analysis, dynamic analysis, and other automated methods? Do byte restrictions on shellcode make you want to solve the problem that much more? If you answered yes to these questions, this is the job for you!

In this role, you will work with a team of vulnerability researchers that have the same passion as you. You will use and build vulnerability research tools that push past the edge of current tools and techniques. On any given day you will research and debug an embedded device while getting the chance to bounce ideas off a close-knit team of researchers. We have the tools and the mentors you will need to take yourself to the next level and who are eager to learn from your experience.
Network Security Analyst
Battelle's Cyber team is seeking a Network Security Analyst II to collect information, identify vulnerabilities, analyze risk to mission, and address cyber security issues in computer networks and systems. The position location is our Chantilly, VA office. Travel to the Pentagon, Columbus OH, and/or other Customer locations may be necessary based on program or customer needs.

A Network Security Analyst at Battelle is knowledgeable on commodity network systems, infrastructure, layered defense, and operation of transmission of data across wide area and local networks. Network Security Analysts are experts in the OSI model, anatomy of an attack, and have knowledge of encryption. This job is right if you have a passion for continuous learning and solid understanding of networks in the form of TCP/IP, packet structure, protocol characteristics, troubleshooting anomalous network behavior, and designing solutions with a team of experts operating in a variety of environment (e.g., mobile, deployed, fixed, cloud).
Computer Investigative Forensic Specialist (CIFA) -Direct Hire
IRS Criminal Investigations
Come join IRS Criminal Investigations Digital Forensics .There are currently two areas of IRS CI, Field Services (multiple locations) and the Digital Forensics Lab (Woodbridge, VA) while both groups perform digital forensics, the Digital Forensics Lab focuses on emerging issues and includes reverse engineering, decryption, hard drive/device repair, and complex acquisitions, policies, training, field examiner support, and much more. We are seeking talent that can grow with our agency.

Representatives from both Field Services and the Digital Forensics Lab will be at the 2024 SFS Conference, along with our HR Section Chief. We encourage applying to the USAJobs announcement before or during the event. We look forward to discussing our opportunities at the conference.
Cyber Training & Policy Analyst
The Cyber Training and Policy Analyst performs duties that involve improving CBP's cybersecurity posture through the enhancement of cybersecurity training programs and policies. Major duties include:  
· Research, interpret, and apply DHS/CBP policies to resolve a variety of complex IT or cybersecurity as well as to update existing policies and procedures.
· Assist with developing course content for new role-based training courses and updates to existing courses.
· Develop digital cybersecurity awareness content to improve the security posture of the 70k+ CBP workforce.
· Assist with documenting internal processes and procedures, memoranda, and directives.
Interdisciplinary- Student Trainee (Computer Science/Computer Engineer)
Defense Information Systems Agency
*The purpose of this position is to provide for the development of the incumbent through on-the-job experience and training covered by a formal training program.
*This position is established to provide qualifying training and experience to equip the trainee to perform successfully as either a Computer Engineer or a Computer Scientist in progressively more difficult career ladder positions.
*Assignments are configured to build training experiences to prepare the incumbent for increasingly more complex work, involving the practical application of the academically-acquired computer science knowledge.
*The incumbent will receive rotational assignments designed to develop knowledge of the functions, missions, and interrelationships of the various Directorates within Defense Information System Agency (DISA).
IT Cybersecurity Specialist (INFOSEC) Recent Grad
Defense Information Systems Agency
*As a participant in the Recent Graduates Program, you will receive both formal and on-the-job training to develop the required knowledge and skill to successfully perform the duties of the position.

*Develop or modify information systems to meet user requirements.

*Perform in depth analysis of automated systems to accomplish design and programming assignments.

*prepare reports and assist management officials in the evaluation of fiscal requirements
Director of Cybersecurity Education and Teaching Professor
North Carolina State University
The Computer Science Department at North Carolina State University (NC State) invites applications from outstanding educators for the Director of Cybersecurity Education/Teaching Professor position starting Summer/Fall 2024 (or sooner). Candidates must have a Ph.D. in Computer Science or a related area along with appropriate experience by their start date. The position will exist within the Department of Computer Science and work closely with the Secure Computing Institute (SCI).

Primary responsibilities will include (1) overseeing and expanding cybersecurity education programs at the graduate and undergraduate levels; (2) teaching graduate and undergraduate Computer Science courses on cybersecurity; and (3) writing proposals for and leading sponsored innovative cybersecurity education initiatives.

[CLOSED] Reviewing Applications- DHS Paid Cyber Internships (Remote)
DHS and DHS Entities
Placements are primarily virtual and last 10-12 weeks. Please see below for application links. They MUST be received / completed through USAJobs. The application is open between January 8 – January 10 or when 150 applications for each job announcement have been received, which may be sooner than the closing date.

Student Trainee (Information Technology), GS-2299-01-

Student Trainee (Information Technology), GS-2299-02-

Student Trainee (Information Technology), GS-2299-03-

Student applicants remember to include the following:
Updated resume – include all information technology experience, classes, and internships
If you have limited work experience in an area but have taken relevant coursework, include descriptions of projects worked on in those courses
SF-52 (if applicable), if you have prior Federal experience
Proof of current school registration – Spring Semester (e.g., transcript, letter from the registrar or tuition bill for the semester)

Instructor of Computer Science
University of South Alabama
The School of Computing at the University of South Alabama is soliciting applications for a full-time non - tenure-track faculty position in Computer Science at the rank of Instructor. Applicants must hold a minimum of a MS in computer science (or closely related field). Applicants are sought with teaching interest and experience in core computer science courses.

USA is a designated Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense with ABET-accredited undergraduate programs in Information Systems, Information Technology, and Computer Science. Graduate programs include master’s degrees in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Information Systems, and a Ph.D. in Computing. Visit
the School of Computing on the web at for more information on the School of Computing. Application information is posted at
Tenure Track Assistant or Associate Professor in Cybersecurity
University of South Alabama
The School of Computing (SoC) at the University of South Alabama (USA) invites applicants for a full-time tenure-track position at the rank of assistant or associate professor in Cybersecurity. At the time of appointment, applicants must hold a Ph.D. in Information Technology, Information Systems, Computer Science, or a closely related field from a regionally accredited institution and be proficient in spoken and written English. In addition, an established record of excellence in research (as evidenced in publications and external funding), demonstrated excellence in teaching both undergraduate and
graduate computing courses, and the ability to mentor undergraduate and graduate researchers, postdocs, and junior faculty is preferred. Special consideration will be
given to applicants with experience in one or more of the following areas:
• Cybersecurity
• Networking
• Digital Forensics
• Information Technology

USA is a NSA/DHS Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense and has ongoing research projects sponsored by federal agencies. The School of Computing (SoC) offers ABET-accredited undergraduate
degrees in Information Technology, Computer Science, and Information Systems, and a BS in Health Informatics. Graduate programs include master’s programs in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Information Systems, as well as a Ph.D. in Computing. Candidates should send, via electronic submission: (i) a letter of application (cover letter), (ii) a one-page statement of teaching philosophy, (iii) a two-page research statement, (iv) a curriculum vitae, and (v) contact information for three professional references, to the Chair of the Faculty Search Committee, Dr. Michael Black, at
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