TE/GE job announcements

The IRS has announced multiple full-time positions in the Tax Exempt/Government Entities division available across the country. These job announcements close soon, so apply today on USAJOBS.gov to become part of our team.

We’re hosting virtual information sessions for these job openings. Hear from employees currently working in these positions and gain a better understanding of the work they do day-to-day. A representative from HR will also discuss the application process and some of the requirements for the positions.

    • Thursday, May 13 at 2 – 3:30 p.m. ET
    • Monday, May 17 at 4 – 5:30 p.m. ET
    • Thursday, May 13 at 4 – 5:30 p.m. ET

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Everyone can follow official IRS social media accounts and sign up for e-News newsletters to get the latest alerts and information on a wide-range of tax topics.

These platforms are especially important right now. COVID 19-related relief, changes to filing and payment deadlines, and new business credits and Economic Impact Payments make these free and reliable communication channels crucial for anyone wanting the most current information.

TE/GE uses IRS social media platforms to share news and information for charities, retirement plans, government entities, tribal governments, and tax-exempt bonds. IRS social media platforms include:

Twitter – specific topics:

Instagram: The IRS Instagram account shares taxpayer-friendly information.

YouTube: Video tips in English, Spanish and American Sign Language.

Facebook: News and information for everybody. Also in Spanish.

LinkedIn: The IRS shares key agency communications and job opportunities.

The IRS continues to increase multilingual outreach on social media. For example, IRS has created individual Twitter Moments in six languages, highlighting key messages in Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Korean, Haitian Creole and Simplified Chinese.

When using social media to connect with the IRS, you should always verify that you’re following official accounts. Do not reply to an IRS direct message asking for personal or financial information. These are common scams that try to lure taxpayers on social media platforms to share private information.

The IRS also has a free mobile app, IRS2Go, where taxpayers can check their refund status, pay taxes, find free tax help, watch IRS YouTube videos, and get daily tax tips. The IRS2Go app is available in both English and Spanish from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

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