An Amazon job posting for federal contractors, as well as federal contractors looking to hire new employees, has gone live.
The Federal Employment Administration (FEE) announced the new jobs listing on Wednesday morning, and it includes nearly 700 jobs for government contractors.
The jobs listed for federal workers include “security, logistics, and information technology services” as well.
Amazon says it is also looking to recruit for positions related to public safety, cybersecurity, and other “critical infrastructure” areas.
Amazon is also hiring for software engineers and programmers, though the jobs aren’t detailed in the job posting.
The company’s latest job listing for federal government employees lists “technical support for federal contracts and programs.”
The listing was first spotted by TechCrunch, which has been following the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for months.
FTC Chairwoman Edith Ramirez announced last month that Amazon was hiring for positions in the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and other law enforcement agencies.
Amazon has previously said it’s looking to fill more than 400 FBI positions.
While the FBI’s hiring effort is relatively new, the listing raises the possibility that Amazon is looking to expand its hiring efforts in the federal government.
In recent weeks, Amazon has been hiring for its own federal jobs in the Washington, DC area.
In the first half of this year, Amazon said it had created 3,000 new jobs for workers in the DC area, and has hired more than 3,300 people to work in the region.
In May, Amazon announced it would hire nearly 300 people in the District, and announced it had hired more employees in that city than in any other region in the country.
Amazon also announced it was hiring more than 1,200 workers in Virginia in September.