Hispanic Internal Revenue Employees, Inc.

Promoting Career Advancement Through Training and Education
 
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Non-profit Status: On September 08, 1994 The Department of the Treasury and the IRS granted Hispanic Internal Revenue Employees, Inc. non-profit status under section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
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Time for a Career Change?


Is it time for a career change? If so, all areas of the IRS is hiring.  For information please visit www.jobs.irs.gov



If you find an interesting position the following emails are available to answer questions on the announced positions.


These are the emails that are available for each of these units to ask questions about jobs:


LB&I – lbi.recruiting@irs.gov

TE/GE - TEGE.recruiting@irs.gov

RAAS – raas.recruitment@irs.gov

SB/SE – SBSE.Recruitment@irs.gov



Our Mission & Vision

Mission Statement The mission of the H.I.R.E. organization is to assist the Internal Revenue Service in the recruitment and hiring of Hispanics. H.I.R.E. National will also promote the training, general career advancement and retention of Hispanics and all other employees and will strive to instill the highest degree of self-esteem and confidence in their abilities in an environment free from discriminatory practices. The organization will also assist the Internal Revenue Service in supporting the development and delivery of services that enhance customer service to Hispanic taxpayers.

Vision Statement H.I.R.E. will be an autonomous member driven organization with financial independence and a self sustaining scholarship endowment.