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Organizational Location: This position is located in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO); San Francisco Field Office. Duty Location: Sacramento, CA.
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As a Supervisory Detention and Deportation Officer you will exercise first-line supervisory and managerial duties and responsibilities over several Deportation Officer positions. Specifically, you will:
Work with other Federal law enforcement officials to identify, locate and/or apprehend aliens; prepare, present and defend deportation or exclusion proceedings; ensuring the physical removal of aliens from the United States at various stages of their deportation/exclusion proceedings, and conduct surveillance work;
Prepare investigative reports; and assist in complex, difficult, or sensitive seizures;
Coordinate travel plans with airlines; negotiating with receiving countries for receipt of deportee; and escorting deportees to their country of citizenship;
Plan the work to be accomplished by your subordinates, set and adjust short-term priorities, and prepare schedules for completion of the work and assign work to subordinates based on priorities, selective consideration of the difficulty and requirements of assignments, and the capabilities of employees and find ways to improve productivity or increase the quality of the work directed; and
Evaluate work performance of subordinates; give advice, counsel, or instruction to employees on both work and administrative matters and develop performance standards and hear and resolve complaints from employees; effect minor disciplinary measures; identify developmental training needs of employees, providing or arranging for needed development and training.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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1801 General Inspection, Investigation, Enforcement, And Compliance Series
HelpRequirements Conditions of Employment
You must be a U.S. citizen to apply for this position.
You must successfully pass a background investigation and drug screen.
Males born after 12/31/59 must certify registration with Selective Service.
Travel: You will be required to travel frequently.
Relocation expenses are not authorized.
Note: One or more positions may be filled using this vacancy announcement. Applying to this announcement certifies that you give permission for DHS to share your application with others in DHS for similar positions.
OGE 450: If you are hired, you may be required to complete a Confidential Financial Disclosure Report (OGE Form 450) within 30 days after appointment .
You qualify for the GS-13 grade level if you possess one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-12 grade level in the federal service, performing duties such as:
Identifying, locating, and arresting criminal aliens who pose a threat to national security and public safety, as well as those who enter the United States illegally;
Conducting legal research and investigations on difficult and sensitive deportation/exclusion cases that are complex, precedent-setting, and sensitive by reviewing actions of apprehending officers which pose a threat to national security and public safety;
Obtaining and serving criminal and civil warrants of arrest and initiating deportation and/or criminal proceedings;
Ensuring the safe, secure and humane treatment of detainees while in ICE custody in accordance with established standards;
Managing complex failure to comply cases where the detainee refuses to comply with the order of removal, including and up to criminal prosecution; and
Gathering intelligence based on national intelligence collection requirements to include those related to national security and information pertaining to terrorism and proliferation of weapons and technology.
Qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement. Qualification claims will be subject to verification.
National Service Experience (i.e., volunteer experience): Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional; philanthropic; religious; spiritual; community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.
Completion of Training: You must have successfully completed Basic Immigration Law Enforcement Training in accordance with 8 CFR 287.1(g) and other applicable agency policy. This includes successful completion of the Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) Basic Immigration Enforcement Training Program (BIETP); ICE Detention & Removal Operations (DRO) Basic Immigration Law Enforcement Training Program (ICE_D); the legacy Immigration Officer Basic Training Course (IOBTC); the Border Patrol Academy; the combination of both the legacy Basic Immigration Detention Enforcement Officer Training Course and the ICE DRO Equivalency Training Program (ETP); the ICE Special Agent Training Program; the combination of FLETC Criminal Investigator Training Program and the DRO Equivalency Training Program for Special Agents (ETPSA) and for legacy US Customs Special Agents, the ICE / Customs Special Agent Cross Training Program. Due to regulatory requirements, no other training will be accepted. (Note: Completion of training is subject to verification).
Note: If you have previously completed one of the basic immigration law enforcement training courses as listed above, but have had a significant break of three years or more from a position that initially required this training, you will be required to attend and successfully complete a new ICE basic law enforcement training course as a condition of your employment. Failure to successfully complete the academy will result in your removal from this position.
Requirements by Closing Date: Unless otherwise noted, you must meet all requirements by the closing date of the announcement.
Time-in-Grade: Current Federal employees must have served 52 weeks at the next lower grade or equivalent grade band in the Federal service. The time-in-grade requirement must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
Medical Examination: You may be required to pass a pre-employment medical examination.
Administratively Uncontrollable Overtime (AUO): This position may require substantial amounts of irregular or occasional overtime. You will be required to work on an unscheduled basis in excess of the 40-hour workweek. You must be readily available to perform this unscheduled overtime on a continual basis. To compensate you for this irregular and occasional overtime, you may receive premium pay in the form of Administratively Uncontrollable Overtime (AUO). AUO is currently authorized for this position. However, authorization for AUO is dependent upon the incumbent meeting certain regulatory criteria and is subject to change.
Secondary Law Enforcement Coverage: The Supervisory Detention and Deportation Officer position is an approved Secondary Law Enforcement position under 5 USC 8331 (20) and 5 USC 8401 (17). Previous experience in a primary (rigorous) law enforcement position (or equivalent outside the Federal Government) is a prerequisite.
This is a non-bargaining unit position.
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