AMO Pathways With UND
Air and Marine Operations Pathways Program
In Partnership with University of North Dakota
The U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations (AMO) Pathways Program provides Federal Government career experience for students attending the University of North Dakota (UND); infuses the workplace with enthusiasm, talent, and fresh perspectives from individuals representing a diverse background and; establishes an alternate recruitment source to fill vacant positions. AMO is currently seeking highly qualified individuals who share our values of vigilance, service, and integrity.
The mission of AMO is to serve and protect the American people. We conduct our mission in the air and maritime environments at and beyond the border, and within the nation's interior.
With approximately 1,800 federal agents and mission support personnel, 240 aircraft and 300 marine vessels operating throughout the United States and Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands, AMO serves as the nation's experts in airborne and maritime law enforcement.
Aviation Enforcement (Trainee)
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Possess a valid driver's license
- Current UND Sophomore or Junior
- Successfully complete a background investigation
- GPA: 3.0 or higher
- Essay Question: Why I should be selected into the AMO Pathways Program?
- Interviews: Conducted at NASOC-Grand Forks, ND
- Letter of Recommendation: UND Faculty
|Annual leave||Sick leave|
|10 paid Federal holidays||Medical insurance|
|Dental/Vision insurance||Live insurance|
|Fitness centers||Health and wellness programs|
|Retirement benefits||Thrift Savings Plan|
|Transportation subsidies||Training and development|
|Employee recognition programs|
How to Apply - www.USAJobs.gov
- Establish an account, upload your resume, and supporting documents
- Save and manage your resume, and supporting documentation
- Apply for selected announcements
- Track the status of your application and receive alerts
AMO Pathways Career Progression
UND Sophomores and Juniors
Aviation Enforcement (Trainee) GS-1899-3/4 (FPL 5)
After Graduation Enter FLETC
Aviation Enforcement Agent (AEA)GS-1801-5/7 (FPL 12) Law Enforcement Officer
Accrual of 1,000 Flight Hours
Air Interdiction Agent (AIA) GS-1881-11 (FPL 13)
*Newly appointed AIA's assigned to Aguadilla may receive a 25% relocation incentive and relocation reimbursement.
** Salary includes 25% LEAP, part-time employees are not eligible for LEAP.
*** These locations operate manned and unmanned aircraft.