The USSS is a premier law enforcement organization with two (2)
critical national security missions: protect our nation's leaders
and to conduct criminal investigations. Our team members continue a
tradition of excellence - whether investigating financial crimes or
protecting national and visiting foreign leaders. In the USSS we
serve the country with duty, loyalty, justice, integrity, and
courage. For more information on the Secret Service click here.
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The U.S. Secret Service is seeking retired (CSRS/FERS)
individuals to support our integrated mission and immediately
impart their knowledge and experience to the current workforce. If
re-employed under a Dual Compensation Hiring Authority with an OPM
approved salary off-set waiver granted to the Secret Service,
annuitants are able to earn their full salary and their full
annuity without penalty.
Dual Compensation Waiver - COVID-19 Response
- Earn Full Annuity and Full Salary
- Earn Annual Leave and Sick Leave
- Work Full-time, Part-Time, or an Intermittent work schedule
(determined by supervisor)
- Receive Overtime (if on a full-time schedule)
The selectee will serve as an Investigative Analyst in the
Office of Investigations and typical work assignments include:
- Performing computer-based analysis of data for investigative
cases; reviewing, evaluating, recommending, and specifying
available computer software, peripherals and network hardware,
specifically related to criminal analysis and investigative data
- Working with special agents and technical personnel to research
and provide analysis related to research, criminal financial
investigations and crime trends; developing investigative leads,
making resource allocation recommendations and case
- Using computer databases, electronic spreadsheets, desktop
publishing, GIS/mapping software, word processing, statistical
applications and specialized software applications to manipulate,
analyze and present financial and investigative information; and
developing and maintaining new geographic data layers.
- Acting as a liaison with other law enforcement agencies and
government and private sector entities regarding law enforcement
issues; facilitating the exchange of tactical criminal information
and intelligence between agencies and participating as a member in
federal, state and local law enforcement task-forces and
- Representing the Secret Service on issues relating to criminal
analysis and research; work in groups and teams; and obtain
understanding and support from management.
Occasional travel - Occasional domestic and foreign travel may
1805 Investigative Analysis
Conditions of Employment
- U.S. citizenship is required.
Conditions of Employment If selected for this position, you may
be required to:
- Obtain and maintain a Top Secret Tier 5 clearance. For more
information visit OPM Mythbuster Page.
- Submit to a drug test prior to your appointment and random drug
testing while you occupy the position.
- Undergo occasional travel.
- May be required to work holidays, weekends days and/or
- May be exposed to adverse conditions when performing temporary
duty assignments and/or traveling domestically or internationally
to provide intelligence support.
You must demonstrate at least one (1) year of the defined
Specialized Experience and meet the Office of Personnel Management
(OPM) Individual Occupational Requirements (IOR).
GS-13 You qualify for the GS-13 level (starting base salary
$78,681) if you possess one year of specialize experience
equivalent to the GS-12 level performing duties such as: Applying,
evaluating and publishing investigative practices to specific
problems which involve many variables; preparing and reviewing
investigative reports, developing computer databases, electronic
spreadsheets, desktop publishing (e.g. Analyst Notebook, telephone
and analysis reports, GIS/Mapping software); researching, designing
and maintaining investigative databases, analytical software and
hardware; training and briefing other law enforcement officials and
agencies on crime analysis and research issues, and leading,
planning and directing criminal investigations.
IOR Series 1805 - Investigative Analysis Series 1805
Special Priority Selection rights under ICTAP: Submit a copy of
your agency notice, copy of your most recent performance appraisal
(with at least a satisfactory rating), and your most current SF-50
noting position, grade level, and duty location. To be considered
well qualified, you must meet the specialized experience and OPM's
Individual Occupational Requirements as listed in the
This announcement is being advertised for multiple locations;
therefore, the locality adjustment will be added to the basic
salary based on selected locations.
Please reference OPM Individual Occupational Requirements (IOR)
in the Qualifications section.