Customs and Border Protection (CBP), Office of Information Technology (OIT) Veteran Hiring Initiative (200 positions nationwide) – POC in Listing
Posted by Steve Fisher on January 2, 2018
To apply to this job, contact Steve Fisher.
Good morning, hope you are doing fantastic today. I serve as the Veterans Employment Program Manager (VEPM) for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and will routinely forward non-competitive employment opportunities and strategies your way for you to share with your transitioning service-members and veterans who qualify for direct hiring via preference (i.e. 30% or More Disabled Veteran, VRA, and/or Schedule A hiring authorities) for which they can be considered outside of the typical www.USAJOBS.gov process.
To that end, our Office of Information Technology (OIT) is currently looking to fill over 200 vacant positions nationally this fiscal year.
The attached document includes the position classifications for which CBP/OIT is actively recruiting on an ongoing basis. Specific worksite locations are negotiable with CBP/OIT having advised that veterans interested in (and qualified) these positions should submit an email to OITRecruitment@cbp.dhs.gov identifying the position and location of interest (i.e. where they would like to work), a federal resume, and the appropriate veteran’s preference documentation (outlined below). CBP/OIT will work to identify employment options in the locations of interest for qualified applicants, however, are not required to select or contact veterans who submit their names for consideration since it is outside of the www.USAJOBS.gov process. If an applicant is selected CBP/OIT will communicate directly with the individual regarding next steps. If an applicant is not selected via this method they are encouraged to continue applying for CBP/OIT positions on USAJOBS.gov.
All questions regarding these positions and following up on where applicants are in the selection process should be directed to the aforementioned OIT email box (OITRecruitment@cbp.dhs.gov).
- Statement of Service (ONLY if still on active duty and within 4 months of separating) – (see attached)
- VRA Appointment – DD214 (Member 4 copy) and VA letter (if applicable)
- 30% or more Disabled Veteran Appointment -DD214 (Member 4 copy) and VA letter
- Military Spouse -copy of spouses’ PCS orders or documentation of spouse’s disability (if applicable)
- Schedule A (Disability) Appointment – Schedule A letter from a licensed medical practitioner or from a vocational rehabilitation professional (see attached)
- Direct Hire-INFOSEC/Cyber Security – Resume
This is an ongoing effort and your assistance in communicating these opportunities to interested/qualified veterans and transitioning service-members is sincerely appreciated my friends. Have a great rest of your day.
Jeffrey R. Jack, MHS, CRC
Jeffrey R. Jack, MHS, CRC
Veterans Employment Program Manager
Talent Management Directorate
DHS/Customs and Border Protection
- Salary: Not provided
- Clearance Required: No
- Spouse Friendly: No