The Internal Revenue Service announced its new YouTube job page on Tuesday, highlighting the diverse careers available at the U.S. tax collection agency.
"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."
The site shows videos depicting a "Day in the Life" of various IRS employees, and provides information about the different career paths available in the agency. The IRS employs more than 100,000 workers and hires throughout the year to fill positions including revenue officers, analysts, economists and criminal investigation special agents.
The IRS also launched a new careers website, with detailed information on openings and the necessary qualifications for different applicants.
Most IRS employees are hired through USAJobs.com, the main portal for federal government jobs. As with most positions in the government, there are strict requirements with regards to drug testing, criminal records and academic achievement.