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  • NCG128
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    Originally posted by Calitown View Post
    What is the QoL and work tempo like for this position. I believe the ARMY is only hiring for three locations, Bragg, Hood, and Carson. I would believe Colorado Springs/Ft. Carson be a GREAT location to work out of. It's got me thinking really hard, I'm currently in a gs12, 6c coverage position.
    did you interview bro?

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  • DiverB72
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    I'm wondering what the additional work load will be now that Sexual Harassment has been added to UCMJ. I think going to a civilian workforce (60% civilian) and allowing someone to remain at a office for longer than 3 years will be a positive, it will allow for relationship building with civilian LE counterparts and prosecutors. I don't think CID will be able to steal away the experienced 1811's from other agencies. Sorry but "sexual assault' butt grabs will burn you out and documenting every second of your day multiple times in the case file will continue to lead to frustration. I see CID getting some folks out of college who will use CID for the experience then likely bail to other agencies, and there will likely be plenty of E5/E6 or a junior Warrant Officer's who will take the civilian job in hopes of escaping the Army nonsense and to grow roots at a location they want to live in.

    The big question us Army Reserve CID Agents are wondering is what role if any we will continue to play? My guess we will continue to support Protective Services and maybe the offices, or maybe in a few years there is no reserve CID Agents, who knows. One thing I know is 11 months from now I hit my 20yr mark, and I'm done. Its been a decent ride, but its time for me to get off and step away.

  • Kraut0783
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    This will really be new ground. The military side of the house was very micro management and they could work you all the time...there was no OT or guaranteed days off if you were a military agent, even the civilian agents that worked sex crimes and MPFU still answered to military commanders. With the new Army CID being run by a civilian and civilian agents making up the general crimes workforce....it will be an interesting transition. I will be interested to see how they start implementing civilian Supervisory Special Agents and replacing military Warrant Officer Team Chiefs.

    As far as counting bullets....I always thought that was funny, but it is true...for the military agents in the states, they were issued three magazines of hollow point ammo. OCONUS, you could only use ball and no counting those rounds. Plus very limited off duty carry, and when you were on vacation or training you weren't considered on investigative status and couldn't carry your creds or firearm.

    There will be some growing pains and I can already hear the grumbling from the Military Police Officer Corps, because their days of being a staff supervisor in a CID BN will be over, as I'm sure those spots will start to go away. Unfortunately, on the warrant officer side...there will be less spots as the number of CID civilian agents come on board.

    Should be an interesting and slow change process. But, until they remove the commanders decision to file charges or not and take all felonies to just the CID and Prosecutors decision process...like civilian law enforcement....these problems with military law enforcement will continue to be an issue.
    Last edited by Kraut0783; 02-08-2022, 11:17 AM. Reason: typos

  • 57IG
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    Micromanaged down to counting bullets, from my conversations with SA/ASACs, but again, each office may be different.

  • EDL93
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    Any current civilian 1811 CID agents here? Wanted to learn more about the agency such as training, work life balance, and typical day as an agent… please PM me. Thanks in advance.

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  • Ivychips
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    Appears they are moving fast with their vacancy announcements. Most recent posting https://www.usajobs.gov/job/631987700 was open for a brief time January 20th to January 24th, and the notice of results/referrals sent January 27th.

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  • USCG RET
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    I would speculate some of the previous selected have already pulled out, so they had to re-advertise.

  • Ivychips
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    Anyone else receive a referral for either of these two announcements today?

    https://www.usajobs.gov/Job/629480700

    https://www.usajobs.gov/Job/629498500

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  • Ivychips
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    Maybe they exhausted the list
    Last edited by Ivychips; 01-20-2022, 11:47 AM.

  • SDM8492
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    1811 (GS-13) vacancy announcements for Fort Carson, CO (2) and Fort Hood, TX (1). Unsure why they re-announced for 3 spots when they just had large announcement back in August.

    Link: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/631987700

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  • USCG RET
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    I did, Mid-November.

  • NCG128
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    No I have not? Did you interview?

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  • Big4to1811
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    If referring to this job announcement (NCAS213863450152HS): https://www.usajobs.gov/job/616776800

    I haven't heard back since the referral.

  • USCG RET
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    Anybody else get a tentative offer for FT Carson?

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  • USCG RET
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    Thanks. I am a former enlisted agent with the USCG.

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