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Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officer-229338
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston
Primary Location

MA-Boston
Full-time / Part-time

Full-time
Employee Status

Regular
Overtime Status

Non-exempt
Job Type

Experienced
Travel

No
Shift

Variable
Job Summary:

This position is responsible for maintaining security for all posts in accordance with Law Enforcement Department procedures. Performance of police functions which include controlling access of individuals and vehicles into the building, protecting bank assets, employees and tenants.
Operate posts, designated areas, life and safety equipment as prescribed in training manuals.

Job Responsibilities:
Maintain accurate post, visitor, key logs and property removal slips.
Conduct patrol tours checking for fire or safety violations plus breeches of building security, prepare accident and/or incident reports as needed.
Qualify bi-annually with lethal weapons; demonstrate skill and knowledge of non-lethal weapons and CPR.
Perform chauffeuring or escort duties for bank employees, guests or valuables as required.
Provide first aid or CPR and arrange for appropriate emergency medical response as needed.
Patrol exterior and interior parking facilities for parking, safety or security violations.
Perform other duties as assigned.

This position is not required to directly supervise others.

Knowledge and Experience:

Must be at least 21 years of age
Knowledge and experience normally acquired through, or equivalent to, the completion of a high school diploma or G.E.D. and a minimum of 1 year of job related experience.

All Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers must pass a fitness-for-duty physical examination, psychological examination, background check, and drug screen.

Must maintain a current Drivers License from state of residency.
Must have the ability to possess a firearm, or otherwise not be prohibited by any existing state or federal statute from possessing firearms or ammunition.
Previous experience in Military security and/or external security experience preferred.

This is a 24/7 operation and all FRB Law Enforcement Officers must be able to work on any shift, and work overtime as needed.
Stable work history reflecting excellent performance and attendance.
This position also requires applicable Specialized Training, Certification or Registration.

All employees assigned to this position will be subject to an FBI fingerprint/criminal background check and Patriot Act / Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) watch list checks at least once every five years.

Principals only. No agencies please.
 

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Good money, good equipment. The fed I went to training with had issued 1911 and suppressed AR. No c.90, but I think he had a take home printing press. ;)
 
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Wow only one year experience? Seems like a great gig...provided anyone actually makes it in.
One of my current co-workers worked there before getting on QPD, they hire almost exclusively veterans and/or those with police experience. Good pay, great equipment, plenty of OT opportunities, but very little (if any) actual police work, it's a physical security job.
 

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I might be a little slow in my response time, but anyone can PM me with questions if you like.
39,000 per year. 10% and 12% evening and midnight shift differentials.
Lots of OT, and pretty good benefits. The federal reserve has its own FLETA accredited academy, in NYC and Georgia.
 
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One of my current co-workers worked there before getting on QPD, they hire almost exclusively veterans and/or those with police experience. Good pay, great equipment, plenty of OT opportunities, but very little (if any) actual police work, it's a physical security job.
Good to know. Thank you.

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Would it be a good retirement gig? Physical security and boredom is not a bad thing if you want to stay in the game but not get puked on.
It seems to be the perfect gig for those either looking to enter the field, or gracefully exit.

Does anyone know if retired police officers have to go through the in-house academy?
 

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Do you know how many slots are open for this latest announcement? I know Hr218, and no c.90, but do you carry creds home? thanks for any info sir.
 

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OMFG! Not this shit again.....
1. They used to be exclusively veterans. Many, many years ago! Not anymore and they are NOT "regular" civil service federal employees. Not GS or GL and No FLETC. They operate under the Federal Reserve Board regulations. (similar in nature to Postal and Amtrak types)
2. Their "Academy" is in-house and focused on their world.
3. They had/have/will always have, neat shit as far as weapons and equipment.
4. They are 98.737% Physical Security high speed folks, who are NOT out there on the street doing police work.
5. You want LEOSA coverage? They do have it.
As pointed out, it's a good gig to start out, retire at, or hell, even squat if you like it.
 

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All federal officers SHOULD have a C22 law just for THEM so as to keep everything uniform. RIGHT MPD61?!?!?
 
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