Working at BOEM
An Important Mission
You can put your science and engineering know-how to use at the Bureau of
Ocean Energy Management. Join us and help ensure the safe and
environmentally responsible development of the U.S. offshore energy and
marine mineral resources. Whether you are a recent graduate looking to
gain valuable experience in the field or an experienced professional
looking for a stable career, BOEM has positions available for all levels
A Rewarding Career
- Excellent Benefits
Having a fulfilling career that
essential, but we understand that employee benefits are important as
well. As an employee of the U.S. Department of the Interior, you will
have ample leave time, flexible schedules, and retirement benefits and
insurance that rival or exceed the private sector. Your career with BOEM
will fully support the life you lead outside of the office. See what
you can expect when you join BOEM. Read more Employee Benefits.
Visit our Recruitment and Outreach calendar to view recruitment events that BOEM plans to attend. Please check back frequently as events are subject to change.
Students and Recent Graduates
Our interns participate in a wide range of interesting career fields--from biology to engineering. Trade the classroom for real life experience as a paid intern or launch your new career path with BOEM. Read more Students and Recent Graduates.
Commitment to Diversity
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management is an equal opportunity employer. BOEM is committed to recruiting, retaining and developing a diverse workforce. We believe that our diverse perspectives and experiences make us stronger and better able to address our greatest challenges. Read more Commitment to Diversity.
Q: What types of positions are available?
A: A broad range of scientific, engineering, and program management positions are available including Biologists, Geologists, Geophysicists, Petroleum Engineers, Inspectors, Geographers and Program Managers. Read more Employment FAQs.
Visit our Current Openings page to see all of the currently available positions. From there, you can go to USAJOBS to read details on the positions and search for similar jobs. USAJOBS is the website where all federal jobs are advertised, and is the channel through which you may find BOEM jobs and submit your resume and application.Check out our USAJobs Assistance page, where you can read updated Vacancy Announcement Policy Requirements that will assist you in applying for a Federal job.
Both current federal employees and outside candidates should use the USAJOBS system to apply for positions with any of the programs. By using USAJOBS, you may fine-tune your job search by occupation, pay, or location, and you may also set your account to automatically notify you when positions of interest to you are open. Read more Application Process.