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Top Jobs at NIH
While the mission of NIH focuses on biomedical research, we require many different types of personnel to support that mission. Whether you are interested in administration, budget, physical plant, information technology or many other areas, NIH needs you!
Top 20 Jobs At NIH
NIH has openings most frequently in the following twenty job series. These links go directly to USAJobs where you can find openings in the series.
- Administrative Assistant – 0341
- Biologist – 0401
- Budget Analyst – 0560
- Contract Specialist – 1102
- Financial Management Analyst – 0501
- Grants Management Specialist - 1109
- Health Specialist – 0601
- Human Resources Specialist - 0201
- Information Technology Specialist – 2210
- Maintenance Worker – 4749
- Medical Officer – 0602
- Nurse – 0610
- Program Analyst – 0343
- Program Specialist – 0301
- Program Support Clerk – 0303
- Public Affairs Specialist – 1035
- Purchasing Agent – 1105
- Public Health Analyst – 0685
- Secretary – 0318
- Technical Information Specialist – 1412
Top 5 NIH Jobs For Veterans
Current veterans employed at NIH are most often found in these five job series. These links go directly to USAJobs where you can find openings in the series.
- Maintenance Mechanic (Series-4749)
- Program Support Assistant (Series-0303)
- Program Specialist/Staff Assistant (Series-0301)
- Management Analyst/Program Analyst (Series-0343)
- Information Technology Specialist (Series-2210)
To learn more about these jobs, you can:
- Visit the Military to Federal Jobs Crosswalk .
- Search for a job series or title in the Civilian Hiring Manager Search to find the military occupation codes (MOC) that are related to a specific federal job title.
- Search for your MOC or title in the Military Service Member Search to find the federal job series that correspond to that MOC.
- Visit O*net (Occupational Information Network).
- Search for a job title in the Occupation Handbook (lower left hand corner).
- The Occupation Handbook provides a variety of information about each job title, such as skills and abilities needed for the job, typical work activities, and the national average wages for the job title.