As a special agent, you will work alongside men and women of the highest caliber, performing critical protective and investigative assignments. During the course of their careers, special agents carry out assignments in both investigations and protection and may be assigned to multiple duty stations throughout the U.S. and abroad. Duties include:
– Providing protection for various protectees.
– Conducting criminal investigations pertaining to financial obligations of the United States.
– Planning and implementing security designs for National Special Security Events.


– You must possess one of the following: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university with superior academic achievement (S.A.A.), OR at least one full year of graduate level education (i.e., 18 semester hours) OR at least 1 year of specialized experience in, or related to, the investigative methods, protective methods, and law enforcement techniques that provide the specific competencies to successfully perform the position’s duties.
– U.S. citizenship is required.
– One must possess a current valid driver’s license.
– Possess uncorrected visual acuity of no worse than 20/100 binocular, possess corrected visual acuity of 20/20 or better in each eye.
– Hearing loss must not exceed 25 decibels.
– Be at least age 21 at the time of application and less than age 37.
– Must be able to obtain and maintain firearm proficiency.
– Submit to a drug test and disclose any prior drug use.
– You must obtain a Top Secret Clearance and retain it during your career.

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