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merlin436
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Last Activity: 11-19-2021, 11:05 PM
Joined: 03-29-2005
Location: North America
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  • merlin436
    commented on 's reply to CBP officer
    Seniority...as defined by the CBA.

    "(1) For GS-1895 CBP Officers, the total time an employee has served as a GS-1895 CBP Officer, including Canine and Enforcement, and any time served as a Customs Inspector in the heritage U.S. Customs Service or as an Immigration Inspector in the...
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    Last edited by merlin436; 11-18-2021, 08:39 AM.

  • merlin436
    commented on 's reply to CBP officer
    In reality, the difference between a GS-05 and a GS-09 is two years working. One question to be asked is losing the seniority of being hired much quicker worth a potential few thousand in extra money. That seniority pays for many perks over the years, like bid shifts and annual leave bids.
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  • merlin436
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    inspections work at borders, seaports, airports or other ports of entry and/or work involving preliminary screening of persons for entry and immigration status

    Experience must demonstrate the ability to apply specialized knowledge of laws, regulations, and procedures for importing and exporting...
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    Last edited by merlin436; 11-14-2021, 09:39 PM.

  • merlin436
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    One can qualify for a GS-09 based solely on education...I believe.

    The qualifications are usually pretty straight forward and often vary by announcement. The key, as always, is the résumé. Those hiring folks interpret résumés religiously and they aren't known for drawing outside the...
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