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U.S. BORDER PATROL
OPEN POSITIONS

**Effective Immediately** Newly appointed Border Patrol Agents who meet the criteria defined 5 CFR 575.102 for new federal employees will be offered a $10,000 recruitment incentive upon successful completion of the academy. Additionally, new agents who accept a hard-to-fill duty location will be eligible for an additional $10,000 recruitment incentive (for a total of $20,000). Hard-to-fill locations include: Sierra Blanca, Texas; Presidio, Texas; Sanderson, Texas; Comstock, Texas; Lordsburg, N.M.; Freer, Texas; Hebbronville, Texas; Ajo, Ariz. All incentive recipients will be required to sign a two-year service agreement.

What Grade Level Do I Qualify For?
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What Needs To Be On My Resume?
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Border Patrol Agent
10K to 20K Recruitment Incentive

Public
(GL-7)


 

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Border Patrol Agent
10K to 20K Recruitment Incentive
Public with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Experience
(GL-9)
 

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Border Patrol Agent
10K to 20K Recruitment Incentive
Veterans
(GL-7)


 

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Border Patrol Agent
10K to 20K Recruitment Incentive
Veterans with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Experience
(GL-9)
 

OFFICE OF FIELD OPERATIONS
OPEN POSITIONS

Critical agency hiring needs for entry-level CBP Officers currently include the following locations: Douglas and Lukeville, Ariz.; Calexico, Otay Mesa, and San Ysidro, Calif.; Calais, Houlton, and Jackman, Maine; Detroit, Mich.; International Falls, Minn.; Raymond, Mont.; Dunseith, Pembina, and Portal, N.D.; Laredo and Presidio, Texas; Blaine and Oroville, Wash.

What Needs To Be On My Resume? 
CBP Officer Resume Aid

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CBP Officer
Public
(GS-5/7)

 


 

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CBP Officer
Public with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Education or Experience
(GS-9)
 

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CBP Officer
Veterans with 1+ Year of Law Enforcement Experience
(GS-9)

 

AIR AND MARINE OPERATIONS
OPEN POSITIONS

 

 

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Air Interdiction Agent
Public
(GS-11)
 

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Marine Interdiction Agent
Public
(GL-9)
 



 

 

OFFICE OF TRADE
OPEN POSITIONS

 

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Supervisory Intelligence Research Specialist
Multiple Hiring Authorities
(GS-14)
 

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International Trade Analyst
Multiple Hiring Authorities
(GS-12/13)
 

OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY
OPEN POSITIONS

 

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Supervisory Criminal Investigator
Multiple Hiring Authorities
(GS-14)
 

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Criminal Investigator
Multiple Hiring Authorities
(GS-14)
 

OTHER CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
OPEN POSITIONS

 

 

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Supervisory Chemist
Public
(GS-14)

 

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CBP is made up of individuals across a variety of backgrounds, experience and talent. Before you can become a 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.

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