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Author Ackerman, Tom.

Title FBI Careers : the Ultimate Guide to Landing a Job as One of America's Finest
Edition Fourth edition
Published Indianapolis : JIST Publishing, 2009
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Description 1 online resource (385 pages)
Contents About This Book; Contents; Part 1: Fbi Basics; Chapter 1: The History and Organization of the Fbi; Chapter 2: Salary and Benefits; Part 2: Getting into the Fbi; Chapter 3: Fbi Special Agent Career Opportunities; Chapter 4: The Special Agent Hiring Process; Chapter 5: Professional Support Career Opportunities; Chapter 6: The Hiring Process for Professional Support Positions; Chapter 7: Standing Out from the Crowd; Chapter 8: Fbi Training; Chapter 9: Fbi Internship Programs; Part 3: Appendixes; Appendix A: Online Application for the Special Agent Position
Appendix B: Questionnaire for National Security Positions (Sf-86)Appendix C: Worldwide Mobility Agreement (Fd-918); Appendix D: Desirable Weight Ranges for the Special Agent Position; Appendix E: Language Proficiency Self-Assessment Chart; Appendix F: Preliminary Application for Honors Internship Program (Fd-646a); Appendix G: Applicant Background Survey (Fd-804); Appendix H: Honors Internship Program School Certification Form (Fd-956); Appendix I: Honors Internship Program: Program Term Acknowledgment Form; Appendix J: Fbi Field Offices and Resident Agencies
Appendix K: Personnel Consent to Release Information (Fd-979)Appendix L: Disclosure and Authorization Pertaining to Consumer Reports (Doj-555); Index
Summary This book is the definitive guide for acing the FBI's rigorous selection process and landing a job
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Subject United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Officials and employees -- Recruiting.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation -- Vocational guidance.
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Social sciences.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1593577575