We want to connect with people who are passionate about working on these critical, world changing efforts. The diversity of our mission is matched only by the diversity of our workforce. YOU can be part of the team!
The Department of Energy (DOE) is the Nation’s solutions agency, engaged in a wide range of challenging and innovative work, including tackling the climate crisis, ensuring national security, and advancing basic research. Our employees positively impact the world in unimaginable ways.
We are at the forefront of improving our world and our communities by advancing clean energy solutions to combat the climate crisis and promote America's energy independence. We’re helping America achieve President Biden’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 by advancing cutting-edge clean energy technologies, creating millions of good-paying union clean energy jobs in communities across America, and building an equitable clean energy future.
DOE offers opportunities at all levels with competitive salaries, benefits packages, and workplace flexibilities. We take pride in being one of the best places to work in the Federal Government and are committed to hiring people with diverse backgrounds and experiences, including people with disabilities and U.S. military veterans. We are truly honored that DOE has been named America's #1 Best Employer for Veterans in 2023 by Forbes—not only among Government agencies, but among employers across the U.S. As veterans at DOE continue their service to our Nation, we remain deeply committed to their success.
Join us as we work to address some of the most pressing issues in our communities, our Nation, and our world. Answer the call to public service and be the face of change!
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