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    I was reading a posting at USA Jobs for a Sector Enforcement Specialist. I did some research on this forum, and the internet to see what it was all about. From my readings it seems this is just a dispatch type job, although there may be other duties depending on your station.

    Does anybody know someone who works in this position? What kind of schedule do they work? Is it an ok job? What is the moral like in it? Is it a stepping stone for other Federal jobs?
    Last edited by TheNewbie; 11-04-2009, 07:29 PM.

  • #2
    They're basically dispatchers and they work shiftwork in most locations for 24 hour coverage.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by madchiken View Post
      They're basically dispatchers and they work shiftwork in most locations for 24 hour coverage.
      That is basically what I got from the job discription on usajobs. Cool sounding title though.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by madchiken View Post
        They're basically dispatchers and they work shiftwork in most locations for 24 hour coverage.
        Do they have OT available to them?

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        • #5
          In which location throughout the country? During which week? What shift?

          I don't know, but I doubt there is very much.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by madchiken View Post
            In which location throughout the country? During which week? What shift?

            I don't know, but I doubt there is very much.
            I was looking at the Del Rio Sector

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            • #7
              sorry to bump this to the top after it being dead for almost 4-5 months, but i've searched through countless threads and posts(even through google/other forums) and people have just given their own random scores, but neglect to answer this question that has been posted in the threads....but i just want to ask a quick question for those who are SES's.

              what is a good NOR rating(70-100) that would most likely get you hired for this job?

              that is all, and sorry again for bumping this to the top.

              i do not plan to re-bump this if no one answers...

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