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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Typically agents work between 20 to 40 hours of OT per month depending on assignment.
    Last edited by CA_State_Investigator; 12-01-2019, 01:15 AM.

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  • dark321
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    Question if you don't mind answering: the pay for these agent positions seems a bit low especially for big cities like LA. I don't believe the state has anything equivalent to the federal 25% LEAP bonus. Do agents work overtime and get paid for it or is that rare?

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Yeah it’s hard sometimes to get your foot in the door, you just need that one person to give you a chance...
    Last edited by CA_State_Investigator; 11-20-2019, 04:51 PM.

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  • SoCalHopeful
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    Yeah I see DCA and DoI hiring a lot and I've applied multiple times, but no response. I have a 95% on the exam and 3+ years of civilian investigation experience related to workers' comp fraud, so I like to think I'm decently qualified.

  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Multiple CA DOJ Special Agent openings throughout the state...
    • 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.
    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=181798

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=181793

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=181808

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=181710

    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=181817

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Sounds good, networking is the best way to land a state job. If your looking for a special investigator spot, I’d apply to Dept of Consumer Affairs or Dept of Insurance, they always seem to hire the most...

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  • SoCalHopeful
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    Yeah I figured not having a POST certification would hurt me. I've been looking into the special investigator jobs as well because of that.

    Thanks! I'll reach out to the departments hiring unit.

  • CA_State_Investigator
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    It may help if you contact one of the local field offices and ask to speak to a supervisor that way they at least know your name and that your interested. At 90% you should be reachable for an interview, but it wouldn’t hurt to get your name out there too...I’m not sure if your a lateral, but if not that may hurt your chances because the agencies prefer someone they don’t have to send to the academy and a lot of the candidates applying already have their POST certification.

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  • SoCalHopeful
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    Question about applying to Investigator (not supervisor) or Special Investigator jobs. Is following up with the department after submitting the application useful? The Investigator exam, I scored 90% I believe, so maybe my scores aren't high enough to get looked at. But I never even hear back after applying.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Yes its open to the public, but you have to be on the eligibility list for the SAS position in order to apply, same with SA positions. Check this page for the exams...https://oag.ca.gov/careers/exams

    Check back regularly as these exams open and close periodically.

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  • nobodyjr
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    Are these supervisor jobs open to the outside for supervisors from other agencies or only internal.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    • New CA DOJ Special Agent Supervisor opening...
    • This position is located in the Division of Law Enforcement, Bureau of Investigation and may be filled in either Los Angeles (JC-175726), San Diego (JC-176357) or Dublin (JC-176373).
    • Details: Under the general supervision of the Special Agent in Charge, the Special Agent Supervisor (SAS) is responsible to provide advisory support to the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Regional Property Crime Task Force.

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    Yes, you can visit cslea.com and the new contract should be posted very soon as the governor just signed it.

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  • dark321
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    Does this position fall under the union that recently got them special salary adjustments?

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  • CA_State_Investigator
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    New CA DOJ Special Agent Supervisor opening...
    • This position is located in the Division of Criminal Law, Bureau of Medi-Cal Fraud and Elder Abuse, Investigations Team, San Diego Regional Office.
    https://jobs.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs...ntrolId=178834

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