VINDEX TRANSIT SAFETY OFFICE
IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT


Applications for ICE officer/agents positions is now open - https://goo.gl/forms/JcZn8fUsLFIG2xWY2

Vindex Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) employees protect Vindex from the cross-border crime and illegal immigration that threaten national security and public safety. To carry out our mission, ICE focuses on legal and safe immigration enforcement, terrorism prevention and combating transnational criminal threats.

BASIC ELEGIBILITY
  • Vindex citizenship
  • Have a valid driver's license
  • Be eligible to carry a firearm

EXAM AND TEST PREPARATION
ICE officers are not required to take a pre-employment exam.

VETERANS
Military and law enforcement veterans will receive bonus points.

PANEL INTERVIEW
Prospective hires generally participate in an interview with ICE personnel who pose law enforcement scenarios to the applicant. No technical knowledge is necessary for the interview - the intent of which is to gauge critical thinking through the various scenarios presented.

DRUG TEST
ICE is a drug-free workplace. All ICE applicants must satisfactorily complete a drug test as a mandatory condition of employment with ICE.

PHYSICAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
Applicants for ICE officer and special agent positions focusing in ERO and SI must take and pass a three-part physical fitness test.

MEDICAL REQUIREMENTS
Appointment will be contingent upon a candidate passing a pre-employment medical examination to ascertain possession of the physical, emotional, and mental requirements for the position. Since the duties of these positions are demanding and involve the responsibility for the safety of others under trying conditions, applicants must possess emotional and mental stability. Any condition that hinders full, efficient performance of the duties of these positions or would cause the individual to be a hazard to himself/herself or to others can result in disqualification.

BACKGROUND SECURITY INVESTIGATION
All positions require security vetting. Security vetting takes an average of three days to complete, but the process can vary from two days to one week, depending on both the applicant's history and the level of security vetting required for the position.


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