CBP is Accepting Applications for Officer Positions in Baltimore
Apply Today; Opportunity Expires May 31
BALTIMORE – U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) still seeks applicants to serve as federal law enforcement officers in Baltimore, including at the seaport and at Baltimore Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport.
A CBP officer is a full-time, uniformed, federal law enforcement professional. In addition to CBP’s anti-terrorism mission, CBP officers enforce customs, immigration, and agricultural laws, and officers prevent the illegal trafficking of humans, narcotics and other contraband into the United States.
“The career of a Customs and Border Protection officer is very challenging, but I have also found it to be quite rewarding,” said Casey Durst, CBP’s Director of Field Operations in Baltimore. “We continue to seek highly motivated men and women to help us to protect our nation’s security, so if you have what it takes to join our team, I urge you to apply today.”
Interested job seekers should apply today. These hiring opportunities, for both military veterans and non-veterans, are set to expire May 31.
- Customs and Border Protection (Public) GS 5-7, announcement number CBPO 19-8, control number 531589900.
- Customs and Border Protection (Public) GS 9, announcement number CBPO GS9 19-8, control Number 531591800.
- Customs and Border Protection (Veterans) GS-5-7, announcement number CBPO VRA 19-8, control number 531572500.
- Customs and Border Protection (Veterans) GS-9, announcement number CBPO VRA GS-9 19-8, control number 531573200.
Learn more about duties, pay and benefits, and additional specialty opportunities of a CBP officer or visit Apply Now to start your application process today. For local recruiting questions, contact Baltimoreemail@example.com.
Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and resident for the last three years, have a valid driver's license, pass a medical examination, and fitness and drug tests. Applicants must also pass a thorough background investigation and polygraph examination.
Visit CBP Careers for information on other career opportunities. Follow @CBPJobs on Twitter for the latest news on hiring events near your town. Learn more about what CBP accomplished during "A Typical Day" in 2018.
It’s not too late to reset your goal of a better professional future. Apply today to become a U.S. Customs and Border Protection officer.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security charged with the management, control and protection of our nation's borders at and between official ports of entry. CBP is charged with securing the borders of the United States while enforcing hundreds of laws and facilitating lawful trade and travel.