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FY25 INTERNSHIPS at DIA for Office Management & Infastructure

IMPORTANT: You must complete the application online, do not attach a resume. 

VA 124226

This program is open only to current students enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree-seeking programs at accredited institutions with a graduation date on/after 1 May 2025 in the following academic disciplines: Business Administration & Management, Logistics, Facilities Engineer & Management, Communications, English, Visual Arts, Public Policy and Relations, or a related academic discipline.

OMI officers enable and advance DIA’s global mission with wide-ranging professional skills and expert competencies across multiple areas. OMI has 5 career specialties, so the possibilities are vast!

Communications Operations & Media |   Strategize, advise, develop, and manage the full lifecycle of communications and engagements as well as information management across the Enterprise. Officers provide creative and innovative solutions that articulate ideas, visualize complex concepts, craft tailored communications and intelligence products using a diverse set of skills and expertise to inform the workforce, stakeholders, overseers and the public. They provide trusted counsel to Agency/Organization leaders, and garner support to defend congressional actions on the Agency budget, programs, and national security.  At the same time, they play a vital role the management and safeguard of information while complying with government regulations, federal laws, historical activities.

Facilities | Officers manage and safeguard DIA’s global building infrastructure and oversee maintenance and construction planning and execution. They achieve and/or maintain requirements for Sensitive Compartmented Information Facilities (SCIFs). They also ensure compliance with Occupational Safety and Health and Environmental compliance to prevent injury and illness and oversee and test DIA’s emergency readiness.

Logistics | Officers work across the supply chain spectrum to ensure our global workforce is equipped to accomplish mission, by providing procurement, storage and distribution, travel and transportation services, property accountability, and maintenance support.

Program Analysis and Management | Officers analyze, evaluate, and direct a variety of programs across the spectrum of DIA engagements, coordinate a wide range of projects directed toward strategic business and organizational objectives and deliver solutions that efficiently manage resources—people, systems, space, budgets, and contracts.

Staff Operations | Officers are employed worldwide managing day-to-day office operations, implementing internal controls, and controlling resources. They lead strategic-level events and engagements, ensuring adherence with all civilian and military protocol standards. They partner with State Department and foreign nationals throughout the world to enable defense attaché and partner liaison missions.