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  • Driven2slow
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    Being out of state, Michigan, would there be a lot of travel needed before starting basic academy? I assume you have to travel to CA to take the exam.

  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Originally posted by RGDS View Post
    Is there any talk of upping the pay? I would be very interested in lateraling but taking a $2,000 a month pay cut in the Bay Area (to go work in the SF Office) isn’t realistic.
    There are negotiations for a 20 to 25% increase, which after all is said and done will be somewhere between 7 to 10% by July 2019.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Originally posted by Driven2slow View Post
    I read the minimum qualifications and to be Special Agent one needs to either have 1 year experience in Cali as a special agent trainee or two years as a police officer with a degree.

    So someone graduating soon with a bachelors needs to apply to the trainee position?
    Yes, apply for the trainee position and you’ll be sponsored to a regular basic academy.

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  • Driven2slow
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    I read the minimum qualifications and to be Special Agent one needs to either have 1 year experience in Cali as a special agent trainee or two years as a police officer with a degree.

    So someone graduating soon with a bachelors needs to apply to the trainee position?

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  • RGDS
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    Is there any talk of upping the pay? I would be very interested in lateraling but taking a $2,000 a month pay cut in the Bay Area (to go work in the SF Office) isn’t realistic.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    New opening for Special Agent Supervisor (Task Force Commander), Division of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Investigation, Merced Area Gang and Narcotic Enforcement.

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=150412

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  • beachcop05
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    As a Cal DOJ Special Agent, you'll be hooking up people for owning a firearm....no thanks.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    • New CA DOJ Special Agent openings in every county statewide, go to the career vacancies page and choose the county you want to apply too...
    https://oag.ca.gov/careers/job-vacancies
    • Positions are located in the Division of Law Enforcement and may be assigned to the Bureau of Investigation, Bureau of Firearms or Bureau of Gambling Control.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    New Special Agent Supervisor opening at the Advanced Training Center in Sacramento...

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=147650

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Originally posted by CA_State_Investigator View Post
    Yes the 3 pay bands are based on time in state service. If you have prior LE experience then you’ll be able to start at the higher pay grade.

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  • mxxdude
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    Are those three different pay bands just separated by time in grade for an agent? Is there a better pay scale I can look at ? 48,000 a year seems super low

  • CA_State_Investigator
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    New Opening for Special Agent in Charge:

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=142813

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    New Openings for Special Agent, Special Agent Supervisor, Bureau Chief:

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=139675

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=141166

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=142909

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  • aspiring_fed
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    Originally posted by Levithane View Post
    Listen I hate to be the guy that brings up the aspect of pay when it comes to public service jobs. The inherit issue I see with this position is the cost of living associated with California. Even at $100,000 theres parts of California where that salary barely places you above the poverty line.
    There are plenty of other sworn jobs with the state that pay significantly less. The state needs to adopt a legitimate locality pay option so that people working in the SF Bay Area aren't making the same amount of money as people working in Stockton or Bakersfield. Federal locality pay for the SF Bay Area is almost 40%.

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