U.S. Border Patrol Agent
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), is the premier law enforcement agency tasked with securing our nation’s borders while facilitating legitimate travel and trade. CBP is the largest law enforcement component in the Department of Homeland Security and is currently hiring professionals nationwide.
This is for a U.S. Border Patrol Agent position. There are many openings throughout the southwest border (Arizona, New Mexico, South & West Texas). If you want more information on this position, follow the link to the Job Announcement to learn more and to put in your application. The job position announcement is open for application as of October 15, 2014 and is scheduled to close on October 29, 2014.
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A career with CBP offers the full range of Federal benefits including health and life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, and retirement. In addition, CBP may offer some candidates the added incentive of student loan repayment.
All positions require U.S. citizenship and the successful completion of a full background investigation and polygraph.
See website for more information.
Applicants must meet the following requirements:
- be under age 37 unless you are a qualified Veterans’ Preference eligible candidate or have previous Federal law enforcement experience
- be a U.S. citizen and resident of the U.S.
- be fluent in Spanish or be able to learn the Spanish language
- possess a valid state driver’s license
- pass a pre-employment fitness test-1 (pft1), medical examination, thorough background investigation, pre-employment fitness test-2 (pft2), and a drug test
You may be rated unsuitable for a Border Patrol Agent position if your background includes:
- past or present arrests
- convictions (including misdemeanor domestic violence charges)
- dismissals from previous jobs
- debts and financial issues
- excessive use of alcohol
- use of illegal drugs, and/or the sale and distribution of illegal drugs
You will also have to take a polygraph examination.
If you’re looking for important and rewarding work and an opportunity to serve your country, I encourage you to consider the career opportunities at U.S. Customs and Border Protection. To learn more about CBP please visit our website.
Border Patrol Agent & National Recruiter
- CBP (U.S. Border Patrol) - Blaine, WA
- Phone: (360) 380-0153 or (360) 332-1721
- Cell: (360) 410-8980
EEO & Affirmative Action Statements
CBP is an equal opportunity employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.