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DEA. Job Requirements. Are 21 years old, and no older than 36 years at the time of appointment Are a U.S. citizen Have a valid U.S. driver's license Are willing to relocate anywhere in the U.S. Are able to obtain and retain a Top Secret security clearance

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DEA


Job requirements

Job Requirements

  • Are 21 years old, and no older than 36 years at the time of appointment

  • Are a U.S. citizen

  • Have a valid U.S. driver's license

  • Are willing to relocate anywhere in the U.S.

  • Are able to obtain and retain a Top Secret security clearance

  • Are in excellent physical condition.

  • Possess sharp hearing acuity (hearing aids are disqualifying); Distance Vision: 20/20 or better in one eye, 20/40 or better in the weaker eye. If you need glasses or contact lenses to meet these standards, then you should also have distance vision of 20/200 or better in each eye without glasses or contact lenses; Near Vision: 20/30 or better (can be with corrective lenses); Normal color vision; and Are able to carry 45 pounds or more, capable of heavy lifting


Job benefits

Job benefits

  • insurance

  • health benefits

  • 401(k) type program

  • vacation

  • sick leave

  • relocation expenses

  • New DEA Agents are hired on at the GS-7 ($35,369 to $44,729) or GS-9 ($39,448 to $50,905) level depending on experience and education.


Overview of training

Overview of training

  • The curriculum is a 18-week resident program that places strong emphasis upon leadership, ethics, and human dignity

  • Underpinning the instruction is a rigorous 84-hour physical fitness and defensive tactics regimen designed to prepare new Special Agents to prevail in compliant and non-compliant arrest scenarios.

  • Students receive 122 hours of firearms training including basic marksmanship, weapons safety, tactical shooting, and deadly force decision training


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Job Benefits

  • Federal employees are eligible for health insurance, life insurance, retirement benefits, annual leave, sick leave, and paid Federal holidays.


Training sites

Training sites

  • 125 double-occupancy rooms (250-bed dormitory

  • 3 tiered classrooms, each seating 50 students

  • 2 management classrooms, each accommodating 50 students

  • An international translation-capable classroom, seating 50 students

  • 3 computer classrooms with workstations to accommodate 92 students

  • Practical areas for fingerprinting, interviewing, and wiretap training

  • 6 break-out training rooms

  • 4 person tele-work station

  • Computer Resource Center


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