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Date: Tue, 24 May 2016 12:34:54 +0000
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Hello CSC students,

Please see the message below regarding an exciting opportunity with the National Security Agency (NSA).

Good Morning,

My name is Andy Smith and I am the recruiting team lead for the Computer Network Operator position here at NSA.   Computer Network Operators work in the Remote Operations Center (ROC) which is a part of the Tailored Access Operations (TAO) group working on the hardest intelligence collection problems the agency faces.  It is an incredibly competent and tenacious workforce.  TAO  employs some of the brightest minds in the world and we are actively looking to hire individuals with a backgrounds in:
        - Computer Science
        - Networking & Communications
        - Information Technology
        - Cyber Security

We have a complete training program for all new hires in this work role which is so rigorous those who complete the training earn master's degree credits from several universities.  I am emailing you as I believe you are best positioned to refer qualified candidate to our program to help in the defense of our nation.

If you have any students undergraduate (juniors or seniors) or graduate students who you believe have the skills that we are looking for to fill such a critical role here at agency please refer them to me.  The first step is for any qualified applicants is to apply online at<> to the Computer Network Operator vacancy (the specific job opening number is 1062972).  Once they apply they can feel free to email me directly and we will expedite their initial processing to the extent we can.  It is important to applicants to NSA to apply late in their junior year or early in their senior year due to the security processing involved to grant a top secret clearance.

We currently have openings at the following sites:


If you have any questions or would like to learn more about the CNO position at NSA feel free to reach out.  Thank you for your consideration in helping to fill this vital agency position.

Best regards,

Andy Smith
ROC Recruiting & Hiring