ClearanceJobs serves individuals with active federal security clearances and provides a secure forum for employers to recruit cleared employees. It is the largest career site focused exclusively on candidates with active or current U.S. government security clearances.
ClearanceJobs was founded in July 2002 by Evan and Rachel Lesser. While they had the idea as early as the late 1990s while living and working in Northern Virginia, they didn't launch the site until 2002, after they moved to Atlanta and were spurred on by the need for qualified cleared talent following 9/11.
On September 16, 2004, ClearanceJobs was acquired by DHI Group, Inc.
In June 2010 ClearanceJobs launched the Cleared Network - the only vetted, password protected career networking platform designed exclusively for security-cleared professionals.
Meet the team behind ClearanceJobs, the largest career network dedicated to matching security-cleared candidates to government, defense and intelligence companies.
Who uses ClearanceJobs?
ClearanceJobs is used by over a thousand defense and intelligence contractors like Northrop Grumman, Booz Allen, Raytheon, General Dynamics, RAND, as well as federal government agencies including the CIA, FBI, Federal Reserve and National Laboratories.
A Word on Security
Safety, security and privacy are critical priorities for security-cleared professionals, and ClearanceJobs takes that seriously. ClearanceJobs is protected using the same encryption software that banks use.