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With the right backing, people and businesses have the power to progress in incredible ways. When you join Team Amex, you become part of a global and diverse community of colleagues with an unwavering commitment to back our customers, communities and each other. Here, you’ll learn and grow as we help you create a career journey that’s unique and meaningful to you with benefits, programs, and flexibility that support you personally and professionally. At American Express, you’ll be recognized for your contributions, leadership, and impact—every colleague has the opportunity to share in the company’s success. Together, we’ll win as a team, striving to uphold our company values and powerful backing promise to provide the world’s best customer experience every day. And we’ll do it with the utmost integrity, and in an environment where everyone is seen, heard and feels like they belong. Join Team Amex and let’s lead the way together. Check out the recent awards we’re proud of: • #3 on FORTUNE & Great Place to Work's Best Companies to Work For - 2023 • #10 on FORTUNE World's Most Admired Companies - 2023 • Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (since 2015) - 2023 • #8 on FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For - 2022 • Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index Score of 100% (since 2004)- 2022 • Forbes America's Best Employers for Diversity - 2022 • Seramount 100 Best Companies - 2022 • #3 on FORTUNE 100 Best Large Workplaces in New York - 2022 • Fast Company's 2022 Finance Brands That Matter
It’s not a job. It’s a mission. The United States Secret Service is a federal law enforcement agency with headquarters in Washington, D.C., and more than 150 offices throughout the United States and abroad. The Secret Service was established in 1865, solely to suppress the counterfeiting of U.S. currency. Today, the agency is mandated by Congress to carry out dual missions: protection of national and visiting foreign leaders, and criminal investigations.
One of America's most recognized companies, Union Pacific Railroad connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain. The railroad's diversified business mix includes Agricultural Products, Automotive, Chemicals, Coal, Industrial Products and Intermodal. Union Pacific serves many of the fastest-growing U.S. population centers, operates from all major West Coast and Gulf Coast ports to eastern gateways, connects with Canada's rail systems and is the only railroad serving all six major Mexico gateways. Union Pacific provides value to its roughly 10,000 customers by delivering products in a safe, reliable, fuel-efficient and environmentally responsible manner.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) doesn't make the laws, it just enforces them. The DOJ, one of 15 federal executive departments, is charged with enforcing federal law, defending the rights of US citizens, and representing the legal interests of the US government. The department covers both civil and criminal areas of federal law and is involved in everything from prosecuting offenders of antitrust laws to investigating organized crime. With the US Attorney General at its helm, the DOJ comprises 40 separate components, including the FBI, ATF, US Marshals, BOP, CRS, and US Attorneys. The DOJ has an annual budget in excess of $27 billion.
The US Department of Homeland Security exists to keep America safe. Created in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the department is devoted to keeping the US safe from natural and man-made disaster. Its activities include domestic nuclear detection, intelligence coordination, and protection of high-level government officials. The department's structure includes agencies for citizenship and immigration services, customs and border protection, emergency response and recovery (FEMA), and science and technology research. The US Department of Homeland Security has more than 230,000 employees and an annual budget of more than $55 billion.
REPRESENT AMERICA TO THE WORLD Discover opportunities that allow you to contribute your experiences, knowledge, and expertise to work on foreign policies, technology, security systems, buildings, and more, around the world. Join the diplomatic workforce that reflects and represents America, one where diversity and inclusion make us stronger, smarter, more creative, and more innovative. Help the United States gain a significant competitive advantage on the world stage. Become a member of the U.S. Foreign Service, working in one of more than 270 U.S. Embassies or Consulates abroad or right here in the United States. Take a glimpse inside the careers at the U.S. Department of State today.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) enforces federal laws and regulations relating to alcohol and tobacco diversion, firearms, explosives, and arson. With an annual budget of about $1 billion, the ATF also provides technical expertise, training, and resources to other federal and local law enforcement agencies in its mission to reduce violent crime and prevent terrorism. The ATF was moved from the Department of the Treasury to the Department of Justice in 2003; that year it also added "explosives" to its name, though it still operates under the acronym ATF.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is the Federal government's good soldier in the War on Drugs. The agency is charged with enforcing controlled substances laws and regulations in the US; bringing to justice key members of organizations that contribute to drug-trafficking; and supporting non-enforcement programs that reduce the supply and demand for illicit drugs in domestic and international markets. One of the component agencies of the Department of Justice, the DEA is also responsible for coordinating drug investigation and eradication efforts at the state, local, federal, and international levels. The DEA has an annual budget of around $2 billion.