Internal Revenue Agent
The Internal Revenue Service is the largest bureau within the Department of the Treasury. The mission of the IRS is to provide America’s taxpayers top quality service by helping them understand and meet their tax responsibilities and by applying the tax law with integrity and fairness to all. The Small Business/Self-Employed Division of IRS is currently looking to hire Revenue Agents in many locations around the country to start in April, 2019. Starting salary $41,365 per year plus benefits while you gain valuable hands-on work experience in a world class Accounting and Tax environment!
The IRS has positions available for Accounting college graduates in many locations nationwide.
Our program provides you with training and experience designed to develop you for a career as an IRS Revenue Agent. Internal Revenue Agents conduct on-site examinations of various types of federal tax returns to determine correct federal tax liabilities and/or conduct examinations relating to compliance with technical requirements imposed by the Internal Revenue Code.
To learn more about the day in the life of a Revenue Agent, please visit:
- Interest in pursuing a career in federal tax administration and desire to serve taxpayers
- U.S. citizenship
- Bachelor’s Degree with 24 semester hours (36 quarter hours) of accounting (including advanced accounting, cost accounting and auditing) and 6 semester hours (9 quarter hours) of business courses
Complete an online application at:
USA JOBS Revenue Agent ANN # 19CS5-SBX0012-512-7/11-GO
USA JOBS Revenue Agent- Bilingual-Spanish ANN# 19CS5-SBX0014-512-7/11-CD
You will be instructed to first register as a user. You must complete an online application and submit your resume and transcripts.
If you need assistance with the online application process,
please contact the “IRS Jobs on-line Help Desk” at 1-866-743-5748. Select option 1, then option 3. Assistance is available M-F, 7am – 7 pm Eastern time). For questions or more information please reach out to the Agency Contact
listed in the announcement.
The Internal Revenue Service is an Equal Opportunity Employer