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Security Clearance Jobs

Jobs within certain departments of the federal or local government require that employees have specific levels of security clearances. In order to qualify for security clearance, a candidate must successfully pass a detailed and thorough background check. The levels of clearance are confidential, secret and top secret. There are also private sector security clearance jobs in finance, education and healthcare.

Most Recent Security Clearance Job Posts

  • Information Security Specialist
    MO-Warren, INFORMATION SECURITY SPECIALIST (DITA-17-1801-Z): Bowhead seeks an Information Security Specialist to support CIO G6 Information Assurance at Detroit Arsenal in Warren, ...
  • Shipping and Receiving Clerk
    VA-Dahlgren, Shipping and Receiving Clerk (NACS-17-1975-Z) Bowhead is seeking an experienced Lead Shipping/Receiving Clerk to support the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Div...
  • Shipping and Receiving Clerk
    VA-Virginia Beach, Shipping and Receiving Clerk (NACS-17-1976-Z) Bowhead is seeking experienced Shipping/Receiving Clerks to support the Combat Direction Systems Activity (CDSA), D...
  • Senior SOC Analyst (LEAD)
    MD-Germantown, Please send resume in word format should you be interested in the following Sr SOC Analyst position in Germantown, MD. The salary range is 130-155K. You will be lead...
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WHY SECURITY CLEARANCE IS VALUABLE

The Military Advantage Minute: Security Clearance

Veteran Friendly Employers in Security Clearance

GETTING YOUR CLEARANCE

Passing the Polygraph

Lie detector tests aren't always reqiured to obtain a security clearance, but it's best not to go into the exam blind.

LOSING YOUR CLEARANCE