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Fbi Agent Resume

Fbi Agent Resume

Fbi Agent Resume

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Ms. Jones, a career FBI agent, has been working for years in the field of law enforcement. She specializes in investigations that involve the worlds of politics, foreign affairs, and economic crime. Her expertise was recognized first when she was awarded a medal of courage on her third day of service. She had also been awarded a number of medals for her work over the years.

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The main job activity of a Special Agent is to investigate crimes and enforce federal laws. The job description includes interviewing sources, conducting surveillance activities and working undercover if needed. The other roles and responsibilities are listed on the Special Agent Resume as follows – monitoring court-authorized wire-tapping; participating in arrests and raids; investigating large-scale criminal activities such as terrorism and cybercrime; investigating incidents such as airplane hijacking or terrorist attacks.

A Supervisory Special Agent is a special job title within the FBI, who is bounded with the responsibility to lead the team of special agents during their investigations. The most common and specific work activities associated to this role are listed on the Supervisory Special Agent Resume as – managing and supervising special agents; undertaking administrative work while leading the investigation; tracking the progress of the investigation, investigating complex or large-scale criminal activities; investigating major incidents such as terrorism, hijacking, cybercrime and terrorist attacks; and monitoring court-authorized wire-tapping.

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Objective : Recovered over 6 Million Dollars in lost and misappropriated funds in a single investigation. Mentored three Special Agents through the process of application to their selection as Supervisory Special Agents. Directed over 1200 felony investigation reports while maintaining an 80% solve rate. Chosen over peers to manage an investigative team at a secondary location; received, investigated, and completed twice the number of investigations as the main office.

So, back to my original question, “Does anyone ever actually read your resume”? Again, yes, and typically to a degree you might not have expected. We are fortunate that when you submit your application and resume, it is read and evaluated by an Applicant Coordinator who is looking to identify these Core Competencies in your background. You will not find scanners or optical character recognition software here. We look for honest representations of the skills and qualities that make a good Special Agents and it starts with your resume.

 

 

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