Nebraskans who are looking for work might be able to find it on the website YouTube. Carrie Resch, the Nebraska spokeswoman for the Internal Revenue Service, says the federal tax-collection agency has launched its own channel on YouTube offering all sorts of informational videos.
“You can go and view video tax tips as well as find out about job opportunities with the IRS,” Resch says. “People can find out a lot of information from a position description but some people might also like to hear about what a day in the life looks like of somebody who works at the IRS in a variety of positions.” She says there are immediate openings for Nebraskans who are job hunting.
Resch says, “We have a few jobs that are available in the region, including revenue agents both locally and internationally.” The IRS has more than 100,000 full-time and seasonal employees. Positions include: revenue agents, revenue officers, criminal investigation special agents, financial analysts and economists.
She says the agency’s jump onto YouTube is a significant, deliberate move. Resch says, “We are wanting people to know that the IRS is taking a different look at reaching new graduates and applicants who are looking for employment and let them know the IRS is a great place to work and that we are getting out and using new technology.”