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Current Openings

CBP is made up of individuals across a variety of backgrounds, experience and talent. Before you can become a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) employee, you must successfully pass a background investigation. If you are interested in a CBP Officer, Border Patrol Agent, or other law enforcement position, you must also pass a polygraph exam, physical fitness test, medical exam and more to ensure that you are mission-ready to join our team.

Explore the positions by component to find your best fit.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Requirement
The COVID-19 vaccination requirement for federal employees pursuant to Executive Order 14043 does not currently apply. Click here for more information.

 
U.S. Border Patrol
 

 

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Border Patrol Agent
General Public
(GL-7)
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Border Patrol Agent
General Public with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Experience
(GL-9)
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Border Patrol Agent
Eligible Veterans
(GL-7)
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Border Patrol Agent
Eligible Veterans with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Experience
(GL-9)
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Border Patrol Agent
Former Border Patrol Agents
(GS-11/12)
 

Video: Your Journey to Becoming a Border Patrol  Agent 
Description:The path to become a Border Patrol Agent includes several steps. Each step is necessary to make sure we are hiring people who are qualified and capable of doing this important work. This video includes what you need to know as you navigate the journey in becoming a Border Patrol Agent.

What needs to be on my resume? Border Patrol Agent Resume Aid
 
Office of Field Operations
 
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All CBP Officer positions have reached their application limits for the current month. Please check again next month or consider other opportunities within CBP. Follow us on Twitter @CBPJobs.

Critical agency hiring needs for entry level CBP Officers currently include the following locations:

  • Douglas, AZ; Calexico, Otay Mesa, San Francisco, and San Ysidro, CA; Calais, Coburn Gore, Jackman, Van Buren, and Vanceboro, ME; Grand Portage, MN; Massena, NY; Dunseith, Pembina, and Portal, ND; and Blaine, Oroville, and Sumas, WA

 

Video: Your Journey to Becoming a Customs and Border Protection Officer
Description: The path to become a CBP Officer includes several steps. Each step is necessary to make sure we are hiring people who are qualified and capable of doing this important work. This video includes what you need to know as you navigate the journey in becoming a CBP Officer.


What do I qualify for?  CBP Officer Qualifications Aid

What needs to be on my resume?  CBP Officer Resume Aid
 
Air and Marine Operations
 
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Air Interdiction Agent
General Public
(GS-11)
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Marine Interdiction Agent
General Public
(GL-9)
 
Office of Trade
 
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Auditor (Field Office Coordinator)
General Public
(GS-13)

 
Other Career Opportunities
 

CBP posts all professional staff position openings on USAJOBS.gov.  We encourage  you to check back often or follow us on Twitter @CBPJobs for the latest career opportunities.

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General Public
(All Positions)
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Eligible Veterans
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Last modified: 
May 17, 2022