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Law Enforcement Recruitment & Resume Workshop Event - July 18 2024

  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • USA (Nationwide)
  • Jul 03, 2024
Full time Government

Job Description

Looking for a new challenge? U.S. Customs and Border Protection is looking for you.

Register today for our Law Enforcement Virtual Career Expo on July 18, 2024, from 1–3pm ET. Learn how CBP operates in all 50 states, in over 50 countries, and at 328 ports of entry to protect the American people, safeguard our borders, and enhance the nation’s economic prosperity.

WHO*: Those looking for an opportunity in federal law enforcement, including entry-level applicants and those with one or more years in law enforcement and/or with military background. Seasoned rotor/fixed-wing pilots and licensed marine operators are also in high demand with CBP and should attend.

WHAT: Chat with Recruiters from U.S. Border Patrol, the Office of Field Operations, Air and Marine Operations, and the Office of Professional Responsibility. Ask questions and access valuable information to help you prepare your federal resume and application. Listen as our frontline teams share insights about life at CBP, their duties, and their experiences. Learn how to prepare your resume for USAJOBS.

  • Opportunities in Law Enforcement @ 1:10 pm ET
  • How to Prepare Your Resume for USAJOBS @ 1:40 pm ET

WHERE: Online, via our virtual recruitment platform–click on the APPLY button on this site to register.

WHY: To make a difference in your life and career, and to help protect our nation.

WHEN: July 18, 2024, from 1–3 PM ET – Complete your registration and receive a confirmation email with a link to add our event to your digital calendar. The lobby will open at least one day before the live event, but you must be fully registered to participate.

 

* To be eligible for CBP law enforcement positions, applicants must be a U.S. Citizen; have a valid driver's license; have resided in the U.S. for at least three of the last five years (exceptions may apply); be eligible to carry a firearm; be referred for selection prior to your 40th birthday (exceptions may apply for veteran's preference eligibility or previous service in a civilian law enforcement position); be willing to travel; pass the application process.