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  • Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration

    I get, through the college I attended, "pre-alerts" of jobs that will soon be on usajobs.

    Two of them that I got this week are Motor Carrier Safety Specialist and
    Special Agent Motor Carrier Safety Specialist.

    Neither had any real job description attached, so does anyone know what these positions are or what the difference between them is? Does special agent mean 1811? I didn't even know FMCSA had 1811's

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    That's kind of what I thought, does FMCSA have their own, or is it general DOT-OIG

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    • #3
      Thanks, I will be applying for both when they open. Supposedly in the next 3 weeks

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        They don't have 1811s. If there is a criminal violation they refer to DOT OIG. They are titled SA, and often referred to as safety investigators. Series 2123. They are more regulatory investigators. The title "Special Agent" infers that they have limited authorities vs. all encompassing authority. Most 1811s are referred to as SA because their authorities are generally limited in scope.
        ...and is commended as being worthy of trust and confidence

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        • #5
          Just graduated their first class at FLETC, 12 week Program.
          ...and is commended as being worthy of trust and confidence

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