Honolulu, Hawaii / March 14 / Meet DIA Recruiters and Bill Golden, CEO IntelligenceCareers.com

Honolulu, Hawaii

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) and its recruiters will be available to discuss worldwide career options for those interested in working for the DIA.

This career event is hosted by IntelligenceCareers.com at the Hale Koa Resort, Honolulu from 10AM-2PM on Thursday, March 14th.

Employers and Recruiters – we have space available if you are interested in meeting the same kinds of candidates that the DIA wants to meet. Contact CustomerService@IntelligenceCareers.com for more information.


From 3PM-7:30PM Bill Golden, CEO IntelligenceCareers.com, will host a seminar on the USA job market — and of course there will be a special emphasis on defense and intelligence.

During the seminar, attendees will be given an up-to-date view on the current job situation, structural and political influences on the economy, and a perspective as to what it all means to career changes individually. Questions are encouraged. Resume reviews are offered at no cost.

Bill Golden’s seminar will be held in a casual setting with a Happy Hour included.

Bill Golden will be in the area through March 22nd and is willing to sit down with your group for an hour or two to discuss the career market. If you have a coffee pot and some time then we can schedule a get together. You can contact Bill at WGolden@IntelligenceCareers.com.

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) – Meet Recruiters Feb 15th – Tysons Corner, Virginia

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) – Meet Recruiters Feb 15th – Tysons Corner, Virginia

Defense Intelligence Agency

DIA Recruiters will be available to receive your resume and to answer your questions about the DIA on Friday, February 15th at:

Tysons Corner/Falls Church, Virginia
The Westin Tysons Corner
7801 Leesburg Pike, 22043
Date: February 15th, Friday
Time: 10AM-3PM

Click here for more information about the Defense Intelligence Agency

Click here for more information about the Defense Intelligence Agency

Meet Defense Intelligence Agency Recruiters in Florida, Georgia, Germany and Virginia

Meet Defense Intelligence Agency Recruiters in Georgia, Virginia during March 2012, and in Florida and Germany during May 2012.

The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) provides foreign military analysis to warfighters, defense policymakers and force planners.

Immediate Opportunities: Intelligence Officer, Intelligence Officer (HUMINT-Collection), IT Professionals, Scientists and Engineers, Financial/Fiscal Managers, Accountants and COTRs.

Schedule of Recruiting Events

March 16 – McLean Virginia

March 30 – Augusta, Georgia

May 11 – Tampa, Florida

May 19 – Stuttgart, Germany

You Need to Know

U.S. citizenship is required to be considered.

Most positions require that you already have a U.S. Department of Defense security clearance.


March 2012 Defense Industry Recruiting Events ~ Virginia, Texas and Georgia

March 2012 Defense Industry Recruiting Events – Virginia, Texas and Georgia

USADefenseIndustryJobs.com, aka IntelligenceCareers.com, is offering three recruiting events in March 2012:

~ March 16th: McLean, Virginia

~ March 23rd: San Antonio, Texas

~ March 30th: Augusta, Georgia (Ft Gordon area)

All three events are appropriate for reaching professionals with a wide range of defense industry skillsets and/or security clearances.

Featured Employer at the Georgia and Virginia events: the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), which is always good as a draw to bring in many qualified candidates that might not normally attend a career fair.

The cost to recruit at these events:

~ $699 Plan A

~ $999 Plan B

~ $1399 Plan C

Recruiting Plan descriptions:

~ Plan A: Exhibition space, table, 2 chairs, meals and snacks for 2 recruiting staff members. There is a $35 charge for food & drink for each additional staff member. This plan does not include resume search service, job postings or event CDROM with resumes.

~ Plan B: Plan A services + 2 extra food and beverage services (total of 4), and a CDROM of all preregistrants and event attendees.

~ Plan C: Plan A + B services + one week of online banner advertising + an email blast to our newsletter database + 8×11 page ad in the program guide.

More info/Registration

You can register your company to recruit at these events online or contact customer service at 1.800.919.8284 or customerservice@intelligencecareers.com.


FYI Tidbits // In the intelligence community, a cosmic shift ~ to the cloud and beyond?

(Federal Computer Week) Serious change is afoot in the intelligence community. Some of the most opaque federal organizations are doing what might have sounded crazy five years ago: They’re moving their classified, sensitive information — some of it, at least — off their own servers and into the cloud. Moreover, they will be sharing that information with one another. “They” are a powerful group formerly known as the Quad: the Defense Intelligence Agency, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, National Reconnaissance Office and National Security Agency. Now that the CIA has joined the consortium, they are known as the Quint.

Read more/learn more: http://tinyurl.com/7ndaq6r

UNIQUE Opportunity | Defense Intelligence Agency ~ 2012 DIA Undergraduate Training Assistance Program

Job Title:The 2012 DIA Undergraduate Training Assistance Program

Department:Department of Defense

Agency:Defense Intelligence Agency

Job Announcement Number: Y12-031810-01-RFF
SALARY RANGE: $21,840.00 to $37,983.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, October 06, 2011 to Tuesday, November 15, 2011
SERIES & GRADE: GG-0099-09
WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED: United States Citizens


As a member of the United States Intelligence Community, the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) is a Department of Defense combat support agency. With over 16,500 military and civilian employees worldwide, DIA is a major producer and manager of foreign military intelligence. We provide military intelligence to warfighters, defense planners, and defense and national security policymakers in the Department of Defense and the Intelligence Community in support of U.S. military planning and operations and weapon systems acquisition. We invite you to learn how you can become a valued member of the DIA team.

DCIPS TRANSITION INFORMATION: The Defense Intelligence Agency will transition from a banded pay structure to a GS-like grade and step pay structure on or about September 25, 2011. Employee pay will no longer align to a broad pay band salary range, but will instead align to a specific grade and step. Applicants hired piror to this conversion will be assigned to a pay band, but salary offers will be set to a GS equivalent grade and step. Applicants hired after September 25, 2011 will be assigned to a specific grade and step.

We are committed to:

  • Service to our country, our community, and our fellow citizens.
  • Dedication, strength, and urgency of purpose to provide for our nation’s defense.
  • Customer-Focus in the products and services we provide.
  • Integrity and accountability in all of our actions and activities.
  • Commitment to inquiry, truth, and continuous learning.
  • Creativity and innovation in solving problems, discovering facts, and creating knowledge.
  • Teamwork through internal and external partnerships.
  • Leadership at all levels within Defense Intelligence and the Intelligence Community.

  • U.S. Citizenship – Drug Test – Security Investigation
  • The Undergraduate Training Assistance Program (also known as the STOKES Educational Scholarship Program) was introduced in legislation in 1986. The program is designed to facilitate the recruitment of a small number of high-achieving, mature and committed secondary school seniors and /or college freshman and sophomores interested in a career in public service. These students will be offered tuition assistance to accredited colleges or universities, provided challenging summer work, and guaranteed a position in their field of study upon graduation in this highly competitive program. Minorities, women, and the disabled needing financial assistance to complete their undergraduate education are strongly encouraged to apply. Students will attend classes full-time during the academic year, and work at a DIA location during the summer in positions related to their course of study. While in school, students must maintain an overall cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale (or its equivalent) for each semester/quarter thereafter.

    Students accepted for this program receive:

  • Tuition and mandatory fees (limited to $18,000 per year) toward a four-year degree program at an accredited college or university selected by the student and endorsed by the Agency
  • Reimbursement for books and needed supplies
  • An annual salary (paid bi-weekly) to cover college room and board expenses and other personal expenses
  • Full-time employment in a job related to their academic major during the summer vacation while in college
  • Full benefits including health insurance, life insurance and retirement
  • Guaranteed position at DIA after graduation appropriate to their skills and abilities
  • Learn More: http://www.usajobs.gov/JobSearch/Search/GetResults?keyword=Y12-031810-01-RFF