Tuesday, July 06, 2010

IRS Highlights Job Opportunities for New Grads on YouTube

In a new press release, the IRS announced their new job search tool on YouTube that provides tools to Americans curious about a career with the IRS. The various videos show the many job opportunities the IRS has to offer.

"Whether you're a veteran or a recent college graduate, the IRS is a great place to work and build a career. The IRS has a wide range of jobs and needs a variety of skills to serve the nation's taxpayers,” said IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman. “Our goal is to make the IRS the best place to work in government."

As many recent high school and college graduates actively seek employment, the IRS’s new YouTube playlist, Working at the IRS, provides information about various career paths available throughout the nation’s tax administration agency. The playlist features “Day in the Life” videos in which IRS employees discuss their jobs, the diversity of the IRS workforce and the culture of the agency.

“This is a great opportunity for new graduates and applicants to explore employment with the IRS and join a dedicated workforce serving our nation’s taxpayers,” IRS Chief Human Capital Officer James Falcone said. “Potential applicants can learn a lot from a job description. But showcasing our talented employees on YouTube gives applicants first-hand insight into whether or not they would be a good fit for a particular position.”

The IRS has more than 100,000 full-time and seasonal employees and hires new employees throughout the year to fill a wide array of positions, including revenue agents, revenue officers, criminal investigation special agents, financial analysts and economists.

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