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Exciting job prospects await you, with openings available in several states, including California and stations situated along the northern border, so apply today!

Individuals aspiring to join the law enforcement field can take advantage of the remarkable prospect presented by the USBP -- to work with outstanding professionals committed to protecting America, characterized by their extraordinary... teamwork, shared pride, and unwavering sense of purpose.

It has never been a more advantageous era to pursue a career that can provide both personal satisfaction and financial stability, along with great benefits.

[Company Name] offers financial incentives to motivated recruiters who help bring in new talent for the company. With up to $30,000 in potential bonuses, recruiters can earn significant amounts of money by working to identify and recruit top candidates:

Effective from January 8, 2024, Border Patrol Agents working tirelessly at the academy during their probationary period will be remunerated with a significant amount of $10,000 as a recruitment incentive. This applies to newly hired agents joining the workforce after the President's executive order took effect, and they will also be granted an additional $10,000 if they continue providing their services for three years.

If you're seeking full-time security work, CBP is currently hiring for ten positions that are ready to be filled immediately.

What Federal Employees Can Expect to Earn at the GL-5 and GL-7 Positions

Pay rates for Border Patrol Agents vary depending on a range of factors. The grade level, work schedule, and location are all important criteria for determining a newly hired agent's pay, which may range from $46,495 to $83,661 for those at grade levels GL-5 and GL-7.

Salary for GL-9

Border Patrol Agents are eligible for a significant salary range starting from $59,021 to $95,192, taking into account factors such as grade level, duty location, and work schedule. Qualified and trained agents can receive an additional 25% in base pay depending on the BPA Pay Reform Act of 2014. Given the career ladder progression, it is possible for agents to move up from GL-9 to GS-11, and then GS-12, subject to fulfillment of the promotion criteria, which includes 52 weeks of active service in each grade level.


All agents working under the federal government can enjoy a complete set of job perks, such as health and insurance plans, a liberal annual and sick leave allocation, as well as participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, a pension plan similar to a typical 401(k).

Duties and Responsibilities:

Becoming a Border Patrol Agent gives you the opportunity to be at the forefront of federal law enforcement. You will be part of a team that is committed to preventing illegal border activity while maintaining a healthy U.S. economy.

Typical activities include:
• The identification, thwarting, and capture of undocumented noncitizens and noncitizen smugglers at or near land borders through covert surveillance is essential.
• Answering to sensory alerts from electronic devices; construing and obeying trails, impressions, and other tangible indications; operating infrared scopes when performing nocturnal operations.
• Responding to the appearance of aircraft and other measures to combat smuggling, including checking farms and ranches, monitoring traffic, patrolling urban areas, and running transportation inspections.
• The USBP's primary focus is on monitoring and securing the nation's border and coastal territories, and to do so, they take advantage of assorted Government assets, including motor vehicles, watercraft, and snowmobiles.
• From time to time, occasional travel might be required based on operational requirements.

Duty Locations:

The work location is chosen according to the requirements of the agency. Recruitment offers are based on the operational needs and conditions specified by the U.S. Border Patrol. Though there are many prospective duty locations, your final offer letter could select any station within the region.

Immediate action is required to land your dream job in the Greater San Diego region, particularly in El Cajon. With a strong job market, now is the time to take the leap towards your career goals

Apply today to become part of Northern and Coastal stations across the country. Don't let this opportunity slip away


Qualifying for the GL-5 grade level requires meeting any of the following requirements:

Education: Candidates for this position must possess a degree from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education

To be eligible for the job, applicants must either have a bachelor's degree in any discipline, complete a four-year program leading to a bachelor's degree, or be in the process of obtaining a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution within nine months of the application deadline

Experience and Education Melded: The optimal merging of practical job experience and academic knowledge from an accomplished university education. Evaluation of your application will involve scrutinizing your resume and official or unofficial academic records.

To be considered for the GL-7 grade level, you must have one of the qualifications listed below:

To be eligible for this position, you must have either a Bachelor's degree in criminology, law enforcement, police science, or a related field from an accredited college or university, or a comparable combination of education and experience

Education Exchange: Meeting the educational qualifications for this role involves either holding a bachelor's degree with exceptional academic achievement due to one's class ranking, a GPA of at least 3.0 out of 4.0, or membership in an honor society. Another method of qualification is demonstrating that one will attain Superior Academic Achievement in their bachelor's degree program. There is an additional option to satisfy the educational requirements by substituting a year of graduate-level training in a field relating to law enforcement acquired from an accredited institution. Possible subjects of study include criminal justice, homeland security, justice studies, law enforcement, courts and judicial systems, forensic technology, forensic psychology, or corrections and rehabilitation. The completion of such training must be within 9 months before the announcement's ending date

The candidate's combination of work experience and academic background will be evaluated through a review of their resume and official or unofficial transcripts that were submitted along with their job application.

Individuals with prior or current experience in law enforcement or military law enforcement may be considered for the GL-9 grade level:

The minimum eligibility requirement for this position is a year of specialized work experience at a level comparable to the grade immediately below. This experience should exhibit your ability to enforce local, state, and/or federal laws and regulations in a law enforcement capacity and otherwise.

No other type of education can replace this grade level.

Other Requirements:

This position is exclusively for U.S. citizens; other nationalities are ineligible.

To be eligible for residency, you must have been residing primarily in the United States (including protectorates as recognized by international law) for at least three of the preceding five years.

The age restriction for the Border Patrol Agent position is in compliance with Public Law 100-238, which pertains to the retirement provisions for law enforcement personnel.

Veterans Preference Veterans Preference eligible candidates may also be considered for an excepted service Veterans Recruitment Appointment (VRA), regardless of age.

Retirement Benefits: The USBP provides its employees with retirement and pension schemes. After serving for thirty (30) years with the agency, you are eligible for a pension that ensures a stable income even after retirement
Vernon CA United States


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