The primary FBI office in Maryland is located in Baltimore (39 miles from Washington D.C.), which is Maryland’s biggest city, and includes Delaware in its jurisdiction. There are two satellite offices in Delaware, and in Maryland there are resident offices in Annapolis (where the Naval Academy is), Bel Air, Calverton, Frederick, Rockville and Salisbury.
Baltimore Field Office FBI Jobs
The Baltimore is interested in candidates who have a passion for fighting terrorism and crime, and who have critical thinking, analysis and problem solving skills. In Maryland, there are both Special Agents and non-Agents in FBI employ, including intelligence specialists, scientists, engineers, electronics experts and linguists.
All these professionals deal with analysis and investigation of cases including:
3. Electronic crime.
4. Organized crime.
5. White-collar offences.
7. Civil rights infractions.
8. Bank robberies.
10. Drug trafficking.
Requirements for FBI Jobs in Maryland
Candidates wishing to join the FBI in Maine must:
1. Be a citizen of the U.S. or U.S. territory.
2. Be between the ages of 23 and 37 (although veterans may still be eligible).
3. Have at least a four year bachelor’s degree from an approved school.
4. Have at least three years of relevant work experience.
5. Have a valid U.S. drivers licence.
6. Be willing to travel/relocate anywhere on assignment.
7. Pass and FBI background check.
8. Pass an FBI medical exam including vision and hearing tests.
9. Qualify for one of the following specialisations: Linguistics, Accounting, Computer Science/Information Technology, Law or Diversified.
10. Pass a rigorous fitness test.
11. Pass a drug test.
12. Be willing to take (and pass) a polygraph.
Applying for a Job with the Maryland FBI
Candidates should visit the Baltimore field office at 2600 Baltimore Drive, Baltimore, MD 21244, or call, on Monday through Friday, between 8:15 a.m. and 5 p.m. Applicants can also lodge their interest in jobs and internships online with the FBI JOBS website.
The Baltimore FBI looks for candidates that specialised in one of the following:
3. Computer Science.
5. Physical Science.
Recent News from the Maryland FBI
A press release from the FBI dated February 6, 2013 congratulated three highschoolers from Frederick who designed a logo for the FBI Baltimore Division Cyber Task Force, winning a competition with their design of an eagle embracing both the Maryland and Delaware flags on a backdrop of computer code. The winning design was featured on the Division’s Cyber Task Force’s clothing and letterhead.
Maryland is also in the running to host a new FBI headquarters, with a 2.1 million square foot complex for 11,000 employees being proposed to replace the J. Edgar Hoover building in Washington D.C.