Everyone understands the IRS is responsible for collecting taxes but those aren’t the only IRS jobs that exist. The IRS generates approximately 96% of the funding that supports the federal government’s operations, playing a massive part in everything from Homeland Security to helping disadvantaged citizens. But what is it like to work for the IRS?

IRS jobs can be varied and rewarding.

On this episode of the Taxgirl podcast, Kelly is joined by Robin Bailey Jr., the Human Capital Officer at the IRS to discuss what it’s like working for the IRS. Kelly and Robin discuss his experience working for the IRS, where you can find a wide variety of IRS jobs, and how the IRS can be a great place to work.

Listen to Kelly and Robin talk about IRS jobs:

  • Robin’s background and joining the IRS
  • Why you should work for the IRS
  • How the IRS helps disadvantaged youth
  • How to find IRS jobs
  • IRS Forward program — What it is and the requirements
  • How many people the IRS is looking to hire
  • IRS jobs training
  • Diversity and inclusion hiring practices
  • International hiring
  • Remote working for the IRS
  • How the IRS is trying to be better connected to applicants throughout the hiring process
  • IRS ambassador program
  • Lateral moves within the IRS
  • IRS orientation process
  • What working for the IRS means

More about Kelly:

Kelly Phillips Erb created and hosts the Taxgirl podcast, your home for tax news, tax info, and tax policy. In each episode, she shares conversations about taxes, money, and the choices we make. Kelly is a tax attorney who works with taxpayers and tax practitioners like you every day. She helps folks out of tax jams, and hopefully, keeps others from getting into them.

You can find out more about Kelly here and you can follow her on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Linkedin.

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Kelly’s Website: Taxgirl

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