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Become An United States Marshal

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Working As An United States Marshal

  • Getting Information
  • Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates
  • Making Decisions and Solving Problems
  • Identifying Objects, Actions, and Events
  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Unpleasant/Angry People

  • Mostly Sitting

  • Make Decisions

  • $105,190

    Average Salary

Example Of What An United States Marshal does

  • Provided customer support for EOUSA users whom have transitioned from WordPerfect to Microsoft Word 2010.
  • Developed Training Modules to assist DOJ personnel in transition from WordPerfect Suite to MS Office.
  • Perform fast and accurate data entry of insurance information by inputting alphabetic and numeric data.
  • Maintained and kept accountability of 5000 dollars work of sensitive weapons parts.
  • Maintained and repaired over 900 weapons over the course of nearly 2 years.
  • Maintained stock locator system and administered document control procedures.
  • Performed duties as chief of various squadron mobility units.
  • Supervised and transported federal prisoners, maintained security while down loading/uploading prisoners during airlift operations and within the federal courthouse.
  • Implemented and developed the district's emergency response plan and anti-terrorism strategies.
  • United States Navy Good Conduct Medal, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001.
  • Lodged various detainers with federal and local agencies based on warrants received by USMS offices.
  • Enforce and serve warrants for the Violent Fugitive Task Force.
  • Provided PC maintenance, software and hardware support.
  • Order Receive and put out freight Set up plano-grams Cashier Provide customer service
  • Provided technical support for Echo Company office quarters.
  • Received training on Federal Security Regulations regarding the transportation and handling of federal inmates.
  • Worked closely on fugitive task forces with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Acted as the Executive Officer while existing Executive Officer was augmented overseas in effort of the Tsunami Relief.
  • Establish working relationships with court personnel, and personnel from other law enforcement agencies.
  • Court Security Officer Protection of the Chief Justice and other judges in and around the court Complex.

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Top Skills for An United States Marshal

CourtPersonnelDocumentControlProceduresCombatLifesaverLawEnforcementAgenciesUsmsComplianceUnitsExecutiveOfficeEmergencyWeaponsDataEntryConductMedalAccountabilityFederalPrisonersFugitiveWindowsCustomerServiceTechnicalManualsEousaFederalInmates

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Top United States Marshal Skills

  1. Court Personnel
  2. Document Control Procedures
  3. Combat Lifesaver
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Establish working relationships with court personnel, and personnel from other law enforcement agencies.
  • Maintained stock locator system and administered document control procedures.
  • Performed record searches at law enforcement agencies, courts, educational and financial institutions, medical and mental health facilities.
  • Provide administrative support to USMS Criminal Investigators.
  • Performed duties as chief of various squadron mobility units.

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