Established in 1865 solely to suppress the counterfeiting of U.S. currency, today the Secret Service is mandated by Congress to carry out two significant objectives: protection and investigations. Women have served as special agents and Uniformed Division officers for the last 40 years and before that played a vital role supporting investigations by taking on undercover assignments, as well as administrative positions. Today, the Secret Service attracts and retains professional women of all backgrounds and experiences who fill a wide range of law enforcement, professional and technical positions.
Our commitment to maintaining a diverse and inclusive workplace where all of our people, regardless of their backgrounds, can have rich and rewarding careers is an overarching goal that is embedded throughout our culture. With career choices like no other, you can take pride in working for the Secret Service. Here you will find yourself as part of a highly-trained team driven by integrity, honor and dedication – a team worthy of trust and confidence.