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Significant Points

This series covers two-grade interval administrative positions that administer, supervise, lead, or perform work that involves compliance, analysis, or providing advice that is not classifiable to a more specific series in the GS-1800 group or to another series in a different occupational group. Work in this series requires knowledge of Federal compliance laws, regulations, or other mandatory guidelines.

Nature of the Work

Positions included in this series are intended to perform inspection or technical support work in assuring compliance with or enforcement of Federal law. The work performed falls primarily in one of the following categories:

(1) Inspections where determinations are based on visual or other specific inspection techniques and are made based on relatively clear-cut considerations such as the presence or absence of required documents or the obvious physical condition of an item or premises. These inspections are governed by specific procedures and serve as bases for action by compliance program officials. Typically, such work includes both initial and follow-up inspections including obtaining samples and performing well-established field tests, if appropriate.

(2) Technical support to inspections or investigations such as searching for, gathering, screening, and providing factual information or explanations related to the subject of an inspection or investigation or to the compliance program itself. These tasks are performed following prescribed or established procedures to assist compliance inspectors, investigators, and program officials in their fact finding or program administration responsibilities. The work includes activities such as obtaining background information on subjects of inspections or investigations by means of record searches, structured interviews, automated information retrieval, telephone inquiries, or correspondence; providing information to authorized persons concerning the status of particular investigations; explaining licensing or other requirements, including exceptions or exemptions, to persons or organizations subject to regulations; compiling final investigative reports with necessary exhibits; and maintaining required administrative reports on topics such as manpower, case load, and case status.

Sample Position Descriptions

District Adjudication Officer, GS-1801-09

Introduction

Under the authority of the Attorney General and by statute, the incumbent is authorized to interpret, apply, and enforce an intricate field of Immigration and Nationality law. The incumbent adjudicates cases usually involving difficult, convoluted and/or sensitive situations: often these are discretionary, precedent setting, have high visibility; and/or are of great importance to the applicant and his/her family or descendants. Takes sworn testimonies and administers oaths, and by issuance of subpoenas, com pels the attendance of witnesses and the production of documents. Performs legal and other research, analyses, and final adjudication of all types of applications and petitions for benefits such as adjustment of status to permanent resident, classification to apply for visas, waivers of inadmissibility and similar waivers, and cases involving issuance, cancellation. and breach of bonds. Determines the scope of the required review and the hearing process, decides when a verbatim record is required, rules on objections, grants continuances, and receives evidence. Incumbent has discretion to grant or tantamount to deny applications based on evidence adduced at hearings or interviews and takes action when fraud is suspected, i.e., conducts preliminary fact finding and initiates action where information indicates fraud has been detected, where deportability can be established. and takes such other action as may be appropriate to enforce compliance with not only laws and regulations pertaining to INS, but the laws of IRS, HHS, Social Security Administration, Selective Service, and the Departments of Labor, Treasury and State. Incumbent is vigilant of the concerns of other government entities, e.g.. state and local governments, the U.S. Departments of Justice, State, Labor, Treasury, Commerce. Education, Agriculture and Defense and the intelligence community at large, and coordinates activity, as appropriate. Incumbent works closely with other officer corps functions of the Service and is aware of and alert to the tot al responsibility for considering any of the operations that relate to compliance with or enforcement of the Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended. Furnishes technical interpretation, explanation and provisos regarding the application of foreign laws, customs, tribal traditions, etc., and domestic state laws concerning adoption, legitimation, marriage, divorce, etc. Assists in preparing cases for certification to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) and/or the Administrative Appeals Office {AAO). Exercise of authority and decisions made by the incumbent have far reaching personal and public, and/or social impact.

Reviews and makes determinatons on cases including but not limited to naturalization, citizenship at birth abroad, derivative citizenship, congressional grants of nationality, determination on citizenship, expatriation, and repatriation matters. Files and presents motions, legal briefs, and court orders in both federal and state courts in connection with a variety of naturalization functions, i.e., judicial oath ceremonies and denaturalization proceedings. Decisions rendered involve points of INS law that include locating precedents. Due to numerous changes to Immigration and Nationality laws, the conflicts between the Administrations and sessions of Congress and special interests, the employee must often make decisions based on basic, vague legislation which requires extensive interpretation, judgment, and legal research. Prepares decisions involving issues for certification to the AAU and/or BIA. Prepares a notice of denial setting forth the facts on which the determinaton was based, cites legal sections applicable to the finding of ineligibility, and presents the conclusions of law and rights of appeal. Serves notice of denial personally or by certified mail to the applicant, the attorney or other representative of record. Hears and adjudicates appeals and decides on motions to reopen and reconsider. Reviews requests for hearings to administrative law judges and appeals to the BIA and to the AAO to ensure that decisions are consistent with governing statutes, regulations and precedent decisions. Conducts de novo hearings for individuals appealing the denial of their application for naturalization or petition for benefits. Incumbent is empowered to initiate a reexamination of the findings of fact, documentary evidence, and case information used by the deciding official and reverse and approve or sustain the Service's decision. The incumbent also has discretionary authority to receive new evidence, take additional testimony, and/or redetermine the original decision, in whole or in part. Ensures that documentary evid ence and reports used to substantiate the denial are of a sufticient and adequate nature to meet the requirements for presentation in court when civil and/or criminal litigation occurs. Incumbent determines whether the proceeding against the applicant or petitioner was initiated in accordance with due process, advises the party of the nature of the proceeding, the right to counsel, and places the individual under sworn oath. When the individual desires counsel but is indigent the incumbent will assist in o btaining representation by the Legal Aid Society, or by other similar organizations. Prepares the brief or a memorandum of facts for litigation on appeal to the BIA and to the AAO. Appeals to the AAO, BIA, or through judicial review. require complex legal and other research, preparation of complicated legal briefs or related documents, and technical expertise and assistance.

Appears in court as the representative of the Attorney General in naturalization proceedings, appears as a witness at removal hearings as well as in federal, state, and local administrative, civil. and criminal proceedings. and as an officer of the court in presentation and prosecution of fraud cases. Perforrns final check of citations in closing briefs and proposed findings of fact and conclusions of law, as well as, organizes documents and exhibits to be introduced as evidence at hearings or in the appeal process. Makes decisions and recommendations on appeals, submits motions to be considered, and performs other related duties, as deemed necessary, for pre-trial review. Receives on a routine basis intelligence reports/data, scrutinizes applicants in relation to targeted profiles, develops positive leads, and as appropriate, disseminates data to other districts, regions, and Headquarters and all levels of law enforcement. Uses available information systems, i.e., LEXlS/NEXlS, CLAIMS, NCIC, USCIS, NIIS. NACS , Interpol, and other national and international law enforcement data bases, in the adjudication of applications and enforcement of INS related laws. Gives advice, counsel, and assistance with respect to operating techniques, effectiveness of practices and procedures, and interpretations of laws, precedents and policies.

Incumbent is responsible for planning and conducting independent reviews concerning the eligibility and entitlement of persons seeking benefits, employment, and/or legal status under the Immigration and Nationality Act. Develops and authors comprehensive reports and gathers and protects evidence and related case material. The employee synthesizes and evaluates information from a variety of sources (aliens, foreign interests, informants, etc.) and makes independent judgments as to the validity and reliabilit y of information. Exercises discretion in the handling of facts and evidence because of the sensitivity of the review to the principals involved. Determines the exact information and/or evidence needed, the best approach to obtain it and the relevance, validity, and admissibility of facts/evidence uncovered. Reviews and researches reports and classified and disclosure documents, case files and any other information germane to the entity or individuals being reviewed. Gathers information/evidence through int erviews, and discussions with pertinent parties. Reconstructs events, and establishes relationships utilizing fragmentary information or evidence spanning a substantial time period which meets the requirements for presentation in administrative hearings and judicial court proceedings. Executes duties and responsibilities within the bounds of the rules of evidence and criminal procedure and precedent court decisions concerning admissibility of evidence, constitutional rights, search and seizure, and related issues. Research may include search of federal, state, and local automated data systems, alien files and other records maintained in the U.S., and records and/or documents maintained by foreign countries. Prepares and presents sworn statements, notifications to revoke parole status, notices to appear for hearing before an Immigration Judge, Records of Deportable Alien, subpoenas, and warrants of arrests, etc. Identifies situations, i.e., political, social and economic factors, both domestic and internationa l in scope, which may have an impact on general operations and/or present and future cases. Incumbent may also perform such duties as advising and assisting the U.S. Attorney in and out of court.

Keeps abreast of current policies, regulations and procedures, proposed legislation, changes in law, court decisions, special intelligence, and of technological changes directly impacting the Adjudications Program, in order to carry out a variety of representational and advisory duties. Provides advice and guidance on adjudicative matters to key INS managers (District Director, Investigations, Deportation, Inspections, District Counsel. Congressional and HQ Congressional and Public Affairs Unit, etc.}, and to representatives of other federal, state, and local government agencies. Represents INS for the purpose of educating impacted or special interest groups. Interprets the Immigration and Nationality Act, as amended, to individuals and their representatives, U.S. Attorney, foreign government representatives, special interest groups, and the general public. Maintains a professional working relationship with various social service organizations and civic leaders, special interest attorneys and groups, Departme nt of State, and the local law enforcement and intelligence communities. Exchanges information and resolves or prevents problems involving the enforcement and entitlement provisions of the Act. Works with various government and non- government agencies and organizations to promote cooperation on programs covering INS and the community as a whole, e.g., working with refugee agencies, local governments, and others to ensure safe, effective integration of refugees into the community.

Plans and implements special assignments, projects, studies or reviews to explore and resolve problems, including those involving Adjudications Program operations and enforcement activities; and, to develop new operational procedures and techniques which will result in more efficient and effective program operations. Special assignments may entail work involving special INS task force to prosecute aliens suspected of criminal activities and/or ties to organized crime. Projects may include review of adjudica tions operations, developing improvements in processes, and designing more efficient ways to utilize personnel and facilities. Studies may involve identifying workload processes having impact on resources (human, financial, and material). Provides written recommendations on ways to improve work quality and overall productivity. Also may include budgeting cost analysis to streamline operating procedures, e.g., develop an accurate estimate of cost per application processed; overtime, to cover reviews and back logs; specialized training and/or unique resources needed; and total resources impacted. May assist in preparation of the District Director's recommendation(s) to the BIA concerning recognition of voluntary agencies as representatives of applicants and petitioners; this includes analysis of public needs and capability of organizations to help. May work with other foreign related agencies to assist in counter intelligence work.

Supervisory Law Enforcement Ranger, GS-1801-11

The primary purpose of the position is to investigate areas where acts of criminal activity, theft, vandalism or offenses of the criminal laws and regulations of the US relating to public lands and resources have occurred; and to enforce a variety of Federal laws and regulations related to public land and resources by performing investigations, apprehending suspects and violators, performing surveillance activities, and making enforcement contacts. Position requires knowledge of: the legal principles and concepts sufficient to determine what constitutes a crime or violation and recognize the kinds of evidence required to prove that a violation has occurred; the elements needed to establish probable cause and reasonable suspicion to conduct searches and make arrests and seizures.

This position is typically found in line organizations below state office level but may be located at any organizational level within the Agency. The primary purpose of this position is to perform and supervise the enforcement of Federal laws and regulations relating to public lands and resources managed by the Agency. The incumbent is a uniformed law enforcement officer with fully delegated law enforcement authority.

The incumbent supervises three or more Agency Rangers who are assigned large geographical areas of public land subject to a variety of uses and are responsible for identifYing and investigating criminal activity occurring on the public lands, apprehending suspects and violators, and carrying out the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (FLPMA) law enforcement objectives.

This position has been identified as Critical-Sensitive and is a drug-testing designated position. The duties of this position may require the incumbent to perform on average a minimum of three hours of irregular or occasional overtime work per week. The incumbent is responsible for recognizing, without supervision, the circumstances that require them to remain on duty beyond regular work hours.

Major Duties

Investigations, Apprehension and Enforcement (55%)

Investigates areas where acts of criminal activity, theft, vandalism or offenses of the criminal laws and regulations of the United States that relate to the public lands and resources have occurred. Develops information through fact finding by collecting on-site evidence, interviewing witnesses or suspects, following up on leads, searching records, conducting surveillance, observing suspicious activity, and through information provided by informants, concerned citizens, and local Federal and State officials.

Prepares investigation reports by documenting findings and facts, obtaining witness statements and copies of official records, and including pertinent correspondence, maps, historical information, exhibits, and photographs.

Determines the Federal criminal laws or regulations and/or State laws being violated. Makes record checks with State agencies to determine if violator has any prior violations. Issues citations or makes arrests and files criminal complaints with the court. Books suspects when appropriate and feasible.

Prepares law enforcement work plans incorporating resource management objectives and concerns. Identifies and recommends specific actions to ensure and enhance the protection of natural resources.

Enforces a variety of Federal laws and regulations related to public land and resources by performing investigations, apprehending suspects and violators, performing surveillance activities, and making enforcement contacts.

As case agent, represents the U.S. Government as the prosecutor in court. Obtains investigation reports and criminal history of the defendant and prepares testimony. Meets with prosecuting attorneys, presents testimony, delivers evidence to the court, and responds to testimony presented by defense attorneys/defendants. Recommends sentence, e.g., fines, probation, time in custody, administrative action, and monetary restitution to the government or reclamation of damage to the court.

Requests and presents justification for arrest warrants for defendants who fail to appear in court. Develops and maintains liaison with other Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies to share in the resources in order to provide additional protection of people and property on public lands. Cooperates in the investigation and disposition of cases. Provides assistance, e.g., back-up, to other law enforcement officers, exchanges case information, and coordinates other law enforcement activities of mutual interest.

May be delegated as a State Peace Officer under a Memorandum of Understanding with the county sheriff or other State or local official so authorized. Pursuant to such memoranda, is authorized to enforce applicable State laws or county ordinances on Federal public land and private property adjacent to the public land.

Supervision: 25%

Supervises three or more Agency Law Enforcement Rangers. Assigns, directs, and reviews the work; plans and provides for formal and informal training; evaluates work performance; interviews candidates; recommends selections, promotions, awards, disciplinary action, separations; plan, schedules, and coordinates work operations; resolves work problems; and explains management policies and goals.

Ensures equal opportunity for all employee supervised and fair and unprejudiced employment practices in recruitment efforts and selection process. Actively support the Equal Opportunity Program in day-to-day activities.

Is responsible for the on-the-job safety and health of all employees supervised. Identifies and corrects job safety and health hazards, instructs employees on safety requirements for job assignments, and reviews and reports injuries and lost time.

Serves as a role model for employees by abstaining from drug use and supporting the Department-wide Drug Free Workplace initiative. Remains vigilant to the signs of substance abuse and knowledgeable of the counseling/therapy available. Deals with conduct and performance-based problems through the use of counseling and other appropriate procedures.

Orients workforce periodically about program policy and procedures through circulating literature, holding meetings, and other means.

OTHER: 20%

Special Assignments

May be assigned to multi-agency task forces to perform special law enforcement activities, e.g. eradication of marijuana gardens, crowd control, and archeological/cultural, vegetation/timber, arson, drug, and wild horse and burro investigations. Participates in ground and air surveillance to identify suspects and in raids to apprehend suspects and evidence. Serves search warrants and searches for, collects, photographs, and catalogs evidence. May be assigned to provide law enforcement and security services on interagency operations such as wild land fires or homeland security incidents.

Education

Speaks to user groups, service organizations, schools, and other organizations concerning Bureau programs and objectives in Agency Law Enforcement Ranger operations and seeks support and cooperation. Drafts law enforcement activities and resource protection press releases and publicity. Assists in the development of resource protection and visitor services brochures and publications that explain applicable criminal laws and regulations relating to the use of public lands. Assists in developing interpretive goals and plans to promote resource protection and prevent crime.

Search and Rescue

Participates in searching for and rescuing visitors to public lands. In the absence of responsible authorities, plans and directs search and rescue activities. Administers first aid when required.

Automation

Utilizes automated equipment (hardware/software), data, systems, and applications to accomplish assigned duties. Collects, enters, manipulates, updates, and maintains data according to prescribed Agency and program standards. Ensures data quality and integrity by adherence to quality control standards and procedures.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Incumbent must safely utilize firearms, non-lethal weapons, and defensive tactics in the conduct of daily activities. Operates motor vehicles, or special purpose law enforcement vehicles of various types including four-wheel drives, all terrain vehicles, motorcycles, and small watercraft. Must have and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license. This position has been identified as Critical-Sensitive. Incumbent must maintain a favorable single scope background investigation. This position is a drug-testing designated position. Incumbent must meet the medical and physical standards for this position.

Position is for young and physically vigorous individuals and is subject to the maximum entry age restrictions. Prior experience as a law enforcement officer carrying out duties involving the investigation, apprehension, and/or detention of persons suspected or convicted of offenses against the criminal laws of the United States is a basic qualification for this position. Incumbent must successfully complete a Basic Law Enforcement School (with emphasis on natural resources law enforcement) at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (or equivalent). Incumbent must successfully complete 40 hours of in service training annually. Incumbent must maintain a delegation oflaw enforcement authority.

Field Staff Law Enforcement Ranger, GS-1801-09

This position is located in an organizational element below state level with (l) responsibility to plan, implement, and oversee the law enforcement program; and, (2) is responsible to ensure the enforcement of Federal laws and regulations relating to public lands and resources managed by the Agency. The incumbent is a uniformed Law Enforcement (LE) officer with fully delegated law enforcement authority.

The incumbent may be required to serve as the primary representative of Agency, on behalf of the line manager in a community where assigned or where the supervisor is not readily available for guidance and assistance.

This position has been identified as Critical-Sensitive and is a drug-testing designated position. The duties of this position may require the incumbent to perform on average a minimum of three hours of irregular or occasional overtime work per week. The incumbent is responsible for recognizing, without supervision, the circumstances that require them to remain on duty beyond regular work hours.

MAJOR DUTIES

Program Management (not less than 25%)

Develops and implements a law enforcement program involving investigations, apprehending violators, interagency coordination, education, and other law enforcement-related activities. Ensures program activities are consistent with national and state policies and procedures for carrying out law enforcement activities. Develops local policies and procedures for carrying out law enforcement activities.

Plans, implements and coordinates the law enforcement activities which includes identifying apprehension efforts needed to address current and potential law enforcement problems, cooperative investigative and apprehension efforts with other Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies, crime prevention efforts, public safety, and contingency plans. Coordinates law enforcement program with resource management plans and activities.

Analyzes criminal activity, resource vandalism, and violation problems occurring on public lands. Develops and implements solutions such as planning alternatives, additional regulation through supplementary rules, and law enforcement methods and techniques.

Provides both strategic and tactical law enforcement technical advice and guidance to the Field Manager and management team in the development and implementation of resource management plans.

Provides technical assistance in developing and administering law enforcement agreements that require liaison and coordination on a regional basis. Coordinates law enforcement efforts having impact with other law enforcement agencies.

Develops and maintains liaison with officials of cooperating Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies. Assists and requests assistance from agencies with conducting law enforcement activities. Maintains liaison with U.S. Attorney's Office, court clerks, and other organizations.

May be required to represent the BLM to the community where assigned. This may include contact with State, regional, county, city, and other Federal officials. This specifically includes law enforcement and criminal justice officials.

Evaluates requests for Special Agent investigative assistance and coordinates assistance with the Special Agent-In-Charge.

Determines cost of activities based on staffing, equipment, supplies, and material requirements. Prepares and implement annual budget and operating program plans. Revises program activities to conform to approved operating plans within available funding levels.

In the absence of a designated Field Training Officer (FTO), provides for formal training to BLM Law Enforcement Rangers in the use of firearms, defensive equipment and tactics, and resolution of unauthorized use. Monitors BLM Law Enforcement Rangers' progress with field training standards and individual training plans. Acquires or conducts formal or remedial training, as needed.

Arranges for the procurement, equipping, and preparation of law enforcement vehicles and related equipment. Manages inventory of law enforcement protective equipment, such as firearms, defensive weapons, and associated gear. Maintains appropriate electronic communication systems.

Enforcement, Apprehension, and Investigations (55%)

Investigates areas where acts of criminal activity, theft, vandalism or offenses of the criminal laws and regulations of the United States that relate to the public lands and resources have occurred. Develops information through fact finding by collecting on-site evidence, interviewing witnesses or suspects, following up on leads, searching records, conducting surveillance, observing suspicious activity, and through information provided by informants, concerned citizens, and local Federal and State officials.

Prepares investigation reports by documenting findings and facts, obtaining witness statements and copies of official records, and including pertinent correspondence, maps, historical information, exhibits, and photographs.

Determines the Federal criminal laws or regulations and/or State laws being violated. Makes record checks with State agencies to determine if violator has any prior violations. Issues citations or makes arrests and files criminal complaints with the court. Books suspects when appropriate and feasible.

Prepares law enforcement work plans incorporating resource management objectives and concerns. Identifies and recommends specific actions to ensure and enhance the protection of natural resources.

Enforces a variety of Federal laws and regulations related to public land and resources by performing investigations, apprehending suspects and violators, performing surveillance activities, and making enforcement contacts.

As case agent, represents the U.S. Government as the prosecutor in court. Obtains investigation reports and criminal history of the defendant and prepares testimony. Meets with prosecuting attorneys, presents testimony, delivers evidence to the court, and responds to testimony presented by defense attorneys/defendants. Recommends sentence, e.g., fines, probation, time in custody, administrative action, and monetary restitution to the government or reclamation of damage to the court.

Requests and presents justification for arrest warrants for defendants who fail to appear in court. Develops and maintains liaison with other Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies to share in the resources in order to provide additional protection of people and property on public lands. Cooperates in the investigation and disposition of cases. Provides assistance, e.g., back-up, to other law enforcement officers, exchanges case information, and coordinates other law enforcement activities of mutual interest.

May be delegated as a State Peace Officer under a Memorandum of Understanding with the county sheriff or other State or local official so authorized. Pursuant to such memoranda, is authorized to enforce applicable State laws or county ordinances on Federal public land and private property adjacent to the public land.

May be assigned as a Tort Claims officer. Coordinates and investigates claims for damage, injury, or death filed against the United States. Prepares investigative reports and correspondence, presents evidence and provides testimony on trial cases, and serves subpoenas and court orders for witnesses and documents.

Other (20%)

Special Assignments

May be assigned to multi-agency task forces to perform special law enforcement activities, e.g. eradication of marijuana gardens, crowd control, and archeological/cultural, vegetation/timber, arson, drug, and wild horse and burro investigations. Participates in ground and air surveillance to identifY suspects and in raids to apprehend suspects and evidence. Serves search warrants and searches for, collects, photographs, and catalogs evidence. May be assigned to provide law enforcement and security services on interagency operations such as wild land fires or homeland security incidents.

Education

Speaks to user groups, service organizations, schools, and other organizations concerning Bureau programs and objectives in BLM Law Enforcement Ranger operations and seeks support and cooperation. Drafts law enforcement activities and resource protection press releases and pUblicity. Assists in the development of resource protection and visitor services brochures and publications that explain applicable criminal laws and regulations relating to the use of public lands. Assists in developing interpretive goals and plans to promote resource protection and prevent crime.

Search and Rescue

Participates in searching for and rescuing visitors to public lands. In the absence of responsible authorities, plans and directs search and rescue activities. Administers first aid when required.

Automation

Utilizes automated equipment (hardware/software), data, systems, and applications to accomplish assigned duties. Collects, enters, manipulates, updates, and maintains data according to prescribed BLM and program standards. Ensures data quality and integrity by adherence to quality control standards and procedures.

Supervision

May be required to supervise one or two Law Enforcement Rangers. Assigns, directs, and reviews the work; plans and provides for formal and infonnal training; evaluates work performance; interviews candidates; recommends selections, promotions, awards, disciplinary action, separations; plans, schedules, and coordinates work operations; resolves work problems; and explains management's policies and goals.

Ensures equal opportunity for all employee supervised and fair and unprejudiced employment practices in recruitment efforts and selection process. Actively support the Equal Opportunity Program in day-to-day activities.

Is responsible for the on-the-job safety and health of all employees supervised. Identifies and corrects job safety and health hazards, instructs employees on safety requirements for job assignments, and reviews and reports injuries and lost time.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

Incumbent must safely utilize firearms, non-lethal weapons, and defensive tactics in the conduct of daily activities. Operates motor vehicles, or special purpose law enforcement vehicles of various types including four-wheel drives, all terrain vehicles, motorcycles, and small watercraft. Must have and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license.

This position has been identified as Critical-Sensitive. Incumbent must maintain a favorable single scope background investigation. This position is a drug-testing designated position.

Information on obtaining General Inspection, Investigative and Enforcement positions with the Federal Government is available from the Office of Personnel Management through USAJOBS, the Federal Government's official employment information system. This resource for locating and applying for job opportunities can be accessed through the Internet at http://www.usajobs.gov or through an interactive voice response telephone system at (703) 724–1850 or  (703) 724–1850  or TDD (978) 461–8404 and   (978) 461–8404. These numbers are not toll free, and charges may result. For advice on how to find and apply for Federal jobs, download the Insider's Guide to the Federal Hiring Process” online here.

Source: OPM's Position Classification Standards for White Collar Work


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