Help wanted: IRS posts job applications

Help wanted: IRS posts job applications

The IRS has launched an online job application for job seekers who want to be criminal investigation special agents.

The agency hopes to hire more than 300 people for the federal agent positions in fiscal 2002. The applications can be accessed at www.treas.gov/irs/ci/recruit.

These agents investigate potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code including tax fraud, narcotics trafficking and organized crime. The agency will also commit special agent support to terrorist activities and the Air Marshal program.

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