REF: VA 11-18
|Recruiter:||American Embassy||Updated on:||2011-03-14 00:00:00|
|Category:||Safety And Security||Offer:||Ordinarily Resident: FSN-9|
| NOTE: ALL ORDINARILY RESIDENT APPLICANTS WHO ARE NOT SOUTH AFRICAN CITIZENS MUST HAVE THE REQUIRED WORK AND/OR PERMANENT RESIDENCY PERMITS TO BE ELIGIBLE FOR CONSIDERATION. |
The U.S. Embassy in Pretoria is seeking an individual for the position of FSN Investigator in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
|Qualifications Required: NOTE: ALL APPLICANTS MUST ADDRESS EACH SELECTION CRITERION DETAILED BELOW WITH SPECIFIC AND COMPREHENSIVE INFORMATION SUPPORTING EACH ITEM. Items 1- 7 are ALL REQUIRED 1. Completion of secondary school and six months law enforcement training.2. Five years of progressively responsible experience in investigative work with military, police, customs, immigration, or U.S. Government organization.3. English level IV (fluent) reading/writing/speaking.4. Incumbent must have the in-depth knowledge of the host country and documentary sources of information. In depth knowledge of laws and decisions relating to search, seizure, and arrest.5. Must have the investigative skills to include: case management, report writing, interview and interrogation techniques, source development, and intelligence gathering.6. Must be proficient in the use of all aspects of Microsoft Office Suite 2007. (This will be tested). 7. Must possess a valid driver’s license (Code EB or higher).|
Job SpecificationBasic Function of Position: The incumbent will be responsible for investigation of actual or potential violations of laws enforced directly by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or on behalf of other U.S. federal agencies. In this capacity, the incumbent will act as an independent case agent in conducting sensitive, complex, and multi-jurisdictional criminal investigations involving organized criminal elements and criminal organizations in the ICE Pretoria Area of Responsibility (AOR). The incumbent will also be expected to testify in U.S. or local federal courts on criminal or administrative matters.
Closing date: March 18, 2011
For more details on the Application and Selection process, please go to: Please note that this link will take you to the p-net site.http://southafrica.usembassy.gov/job opportunities.html Register and Apply via: http://americanembassy.pnet.co.za