Supervisory Special Agent Salary
A Supervisory Special Agent earns an average salary of $126,735 per year.
Job Description for Supervisory Special Agent
A supervisory special agent is a specific job within the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). It gives them with the responsibility of leading teams of special agents in investigations. It requires them to report directly to managing and executive special agents. Supervisory special agents are essentially senior agents, who may do field, administrative, and analytical work while leading an investigation.Read More...
A supervisory special agent will typically try track the progress of an investigation. In most cases, this will involve strategizing and documenting the tactics and processes of an investigation. The supervisory special agent will then typically direct the special agents working on the case, based upon need and the perceived strengths of individual team members. Throughout these processes, the supervisory agent carefully documents and reports all aspects of the case.
A supervisory special agent must first be accepted for training by the FBI to be a special agent. This group typically accepts only the most outstanding and qualified personnel, and a university degree in some criminal sociology or an investigatory discipline is a requirement. Supervisory special agents are typically promoted, based on need and availability. They are normally awarded this promotion through merit and fitness reports. Most supervisory special agents maintain regular hours in an office environment. However, the unique requirements of this job may also require extensive fieldwork, travel, and irregular work schedules.
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