As a CBP Agriculture Specialist, you will be trained to safeguard American agriculture while facilitating legitimate trade and travel. Providing a critical role in CBP, agriculture specialists possess specialized skill sets they use to prevent the introduction of harmful exotic plant pests and foreign animal diseases, and potential ag/bio-terrorism into the United States.
A Word From Our Agriculture Specialists
"Working for CBP as an Agriculture Specialist provides the opportunity and satisfaction of making a difference and protecting America’s food (agriculture), fun (wetlands, recreational areas), families (health and jobs) and future (bioterrorism)."
"Working as a CBP Agriculture Specialist has given me many amazing experiences and opportunities. In this extremely versatile position, working to protect American agriculture from harmful pests and diseases is exceptionally rewarding."
"Working for CBP is a great pleasure and a privilege. This agency fosters a rewarding work environment that is comprised of a team of truly committed professionals. On a daily basis, CBP allows me the opportunity to impact the multifaceted mission of securing the nation from threats to the borders, commerce and imported/exported goods into and out of the country. I can’t think of a better organization to work for with limitless opportunities."
"After many years of working in the private sector, CBP allowed me the opportunity to utilize my degrees in Biology. This was a breath of fresh air."
"As a CBP Agriculture Specialist, I have been afforded opportunities that have exposed me to air, sea, land, rail, mail, and Headquarters work environments. I love knowing that Agriculture Specialists are an integral aspect of America’s frontline. Additionally, Federal employee benefits and pay are highly competitive and gratifying."
"Working for CBP and specifically the agriculture safeguarding realm provides me the opportunity to truly make a difference and see it firsthand. There are so many opportunities and the challenges help keep me engaged."