FBI Special Agent Expert: Healthcare Services/Medical
Company: Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)
Posted on: September 23, 2022
To stay ahead of the threat, Special Agents apply their
professional experience and unique skills to their work every day.
This includes previous roles in medical fields such as nurses and
therapists. We need Special Agents who are logical thinkers, those
with prior scientific work experience and knowledge to aid in
investigations of healthcare (medical, dental and vision) fraud and
insurance and government program abuse and evidence collection.
As an FBI Special Agent, you can expect continued specialized
training once onboard and opportunities to work on some of the
Bureau's most complex cases. The scope and scale of our
investigations provide unique challenges unlike anything you could
work on in the private sector. Your ultimate mission: to protect
the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United
$66,991.25 - $86,442.50
Salary is commensurate to experience and location.
- Adhere to strict standards of conduct.
- Undergo a rigorous background investigation, credit checks and
a polygraph in order to obtain a Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented
Information (SCI) Clearance.
- Pass all physical fitness requirements; must be physically fit
to complete training at the FBI Academy at Quantico, VA, and
maintain a high level of fitness throughout your career.
- Pass a medical exam, which includes, but is not limited to,
meeting visual and hearing standards.
- Successfully complete approximately 19 weeks of employment as a
Special Agent trainee, while housed at the FBI Academy at
- Upon graduation from the FBI Academy, be available to transfer
to one of the FBI's 56 Field Offices, including San Juan, Puerto
Rico or remote resident agencies (satellite offices) to meet the
needs of the FBI. Special Agents rarely return to their processing
office. Applicants should ensure that their families are prepared
for and support this move.
- Throughout your career, be available for temporary duty
assignments anywhere in the world, on either a temporary or a
- Work a minimum of a 50-hour workweek, which may include
irregular hours, and be on-call 24/7, including holidays and
- Be willing and able to participate in arrests, execute search
warrants, raids and similar assignments. In addition, all Special
Agent candidates must successfully complete the Special Agent
Selection System (SASS), a mentally and physically challenging
process designed to find only the most capable applicants. The
selection process typically takes one year or more to complete.
- Be a U.S. citizen.
- Be at least 23 years old and not have reached your 37th
birthday on appointment.
- Be able to obtain a Top Secret SCI Clearance.
- Have two years of full-time professional work experience (see
work experience waiver for exceptions).
- Meet the FBI's Employment Eligibility requirements.
- Possess a valid driver's license with at least six months
- Ability to quickly grasp details of cases requiring health and
medical expertise and clearly communicate the impact to nonexpert
colleagues and teams both internally and externally.
- Demonstrated health expertise and ability to respond calmly and
effectively in crisis situations.
- Candidates must have a bachelor's degree or higher (preferably
in a medical, health or public safety discipline) from a
U.S.-accredited college or university.
All degrees must be from an accredited college or university and
must be verified by submitting college transcripts.PI191349768
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