- DHS Law Enforcement Recruitment and Hiring Event- June 26-27, 2018
Arlington Convention Center
1200 Ballpark Way
Arlington, TX 76011
8am to 4pm
- Interested pilot applicants, please see bring your resume, pilot license, FAA Medical, and logbook – an AMO Recruiter will be at the event
- U.S. Customs and Border Protection is the world’s largest civilian law enforcement organization.
- Air and Marine Operations (AMO) is a federal law enforcement organization dedicated to serving and protecting the American people. We apply advanced aeronautical and maritime capabilities and employ our unique skill sets to preserve America’s security interests.
- 74 Air and Marine Operations locations, including branches and units, National Air Security Operations Centers, and the Air and Marine Operations Center
- Conduct air to air, air to water, and air to ground border interdiction of people and conveyances illegally crossing U.S. borders.
- Patrol oceans, lakes, and rivers to prevent the illegal entry of weapons of terror
- Prohibit illegal narcotics and prevent the entry of undocumented aliens
- On a typical day, AMO flies 212 Enforcement hours at and beyond the border, and within our nation’s interior.
- 10% retention bonus has been approved for all pilots grade 11-15 for the following locations: Aguadilla, PR; Alpine, TX; Grand Forks, ND; Laredo, TX; McAllen, TX; Sierra Vista, AZ; Yuma, AZ.
- INTERDICTION: Efforts to intercept, apprehend, and disrupt threats in the land, sea, and air domains as they move toward or across the borders of the United States.
- INVESTIGATION: AMO’s specialized investigative skill sets are unique among law enforcement in the air and maritime environments.
- DOMAIN AWARENESS: The observation of the operating domain (air, land, and maritime) and baseline information associated with the domain.
- CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS AND NATIONAL TASKINGS
- Terror threats and incidents
- Continuity of operations
- Federal disaster relief
- National special security event
- AMO was established January 17, 2006
- Profile was last updated June 13, 2018 (Quicktake)
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All new hire pilots will go to one of the following locations:
- Sierra Vista, AZ
- Grand Forks, ND
- Laredo, TX
- McAllen, TX
- San Angelo, TX
- Yuma, AZ
- Deming, AZ
- Alpine, TX
- Aguadilla, PR
Relocation expenses will be paid in accordance with the Federal Travel Regulation limits and agency policy for Caribbean Air and Marine Branch (CAMB) locations ONLY. Newly appointed AIAs that Enter on Duty (EOD) in a Caribbean Air and Marine Branch (CAMB) duty location have been authorized to receive a 25% RI (NOTE: Current federal employees serving in a permanent position are not eligible to receive a RI). 25% of your scheduled salary (base pay plus locality) for these locations will be paid at the beginning of each year, for up to a total of three years. The RI requires a three year/156 week service agreement. You must remain employed as an AIA in the eligible duty location for the period of the service agreement in order to receive and remain eligible for the RI.
All new hires into Aguadilla, PR will receive a 25% bonus for up to 4 years.
Pilot Hiring Minimums: Apply at 750 hours. Pilot Enter on Duty minimums are 1500 flight hours; (up to 500 hours can be waived, reducing the pilot enter on duty minimums to 1000 hours)
- 100 hours of Airplane, UAS, Helicopter and/or PIC/SIC Simulator hours within the last 12 months
- 250 Pilot-in-Command hours and
- 75 Instrument hours
- 75 Night hours
* DD-214 member 4 or service 2 if prior military, or military over 40 years old
* VA Disability letter if you have one
* 750 Flight Hours: Applicants applying at 750 flight hours are required to obtain at least 1,000 flight hours (depending on the number of hours approved for a waiver) at own expense before being able to attend the 3-part flight assessment. Must meet the required 100 flight hours within the last 12 months, 250 PIC, 75 instrument and 75 night hours.
Pilots who meet the above mentioned requirements are encouraged to submit a resume, pilot license (both sides), FAA Class I or II medical dated within the last 12 months, Submit last page of your documented flight log reflecting a minimum of 750 flight hours; include additional pages if required to reflect 100 hours in the last 12 months; apply at 750 hours
Submit resume to: [email protected]
Air and Marine Operations has the ability to Direct Hire. Qualified applicants can email the following to [email protected]:
- Pilot License (Front and Back)
- FAA 1 st or 2 nd class medical, dated within the last 12 months
- Logbook reflecting total hours AND 100 hours in the last 12 months
- If prior or active veteran, please send in the Member 4 copy of your DD-214 or a Statement of Service
U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Air and Marine Operations PAYSCALES
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Scheduled pay raises:
Year 1: GS-11 Step 1
Year 2: GS-12 Step 1
Year 3: GS-13 Step 1
GS 13 is the full performance level grade. You will receive a step increase from 1-3 every year, 4-6 every other year, 7-9 every 3 years. GS 13 step 10 is the max grade scale.
Supervisors are on the GS-14 pay scale and Directors on the GS-15 Pay scale. An additional 1.4% GS pay scale raise annually limited to presidential approval.
For detailed information on pay and benefits click here
Domestic Per Diem (Hourly):
The U.S. General Services Administration per diem rates are listed by state in the link below. Per Diem is paid when an employee is on official travel for the government.
International Per Diem (Hourly):
International Per Diem is paid in accordance with the US General Services Administration.
5% of your TSP contributions are matched at 4%, by the agency every pay period.
1 for 1 matching to 3%
Then .5 for 1 matching to 5%
Employees that retire from CBP can count on the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) to enjoy life after working. FERS includes the following three streams of income:
- FERS Basic Annuity under special provisions: Air Interdiction Agents that serve in federal government with at least 20 years of law enforcement service are eligible for the generous FERS basic annuity. This guaranteed lifetime pension, paid to retirees is a percentage of your highest average basic pay you earned during any 3 consecutive years of service. Learn more.
- Thrift Savings Plan: Similar to a 401(k) plan, the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) is a defined contribution plan designed to give federal employees the same retirement savings related benefits that workers in the private sector enjoy with 401(k) plans. Contributions to the plan are automatically deducted from each paycheck, the amount which is chosen by employees, and is transferable if you change employers. An additional benefit to the TSP is employer matching contributions; up to 5% of your base salary. Learn more.
- Social Security: You receive social security retirement payments, the benefits of which are transferable when you change employers. Learn more about Social Security retirement benefits.
Law Enforcement 6(c) Retirement Coverage: Being in a frontline position at CBP qualifies you for 6(c) retirement coverage. What does that mean? 6(c) retirement coverage means you can retire at any age after 25 years of service or at age 50 with at least 20 years of service. 6(c) eligibility is a factor for determining your FERS basic annuity.
401K Matching: Yes
Thrift Savings Plan