Special Agent I

Agency: BNSF Railway

Location: Fort Worth TX

Industry: Protective Service

Occupational Category: Law Enforcement


Location: Fort Worth, TX, US, 76131

Apply early as this job may be removed or filled prior to the closing date, which is approximately seven (7) days after the posting date.

Job Location: Fort Worth
Other Potential Locations: Fort Worth, TX 
Anticipated Start Date: 04/10/2017
Number of Positions: 1.0 
Salary Range: $63,630 - $71,100




                     Receive and handle emergency telephone calls from governmental and public safety agencies, Resource Protection personnel, BNSF employees and the general public.

                     Perform a primary contact function and serve as an information source for Resource Protection as well as other BNSF departments.

                     Provide pertinent contact services for BNSF customers.

                     Coordinate Response to emergencies.

                     Supervise contract security officers.

                     Monitor physical access to the Network Operations Center and other facilities at corporate headquarters. Monitor various environmental and fire alarm systems.

                     Protects and safeguards company assets and resources including personnel, property and customer's property against criminal activity and terrorism.

                     Conduct sensitive corporate and criminal investigations. Provide accurate, detailed reports and testimony when required.

                     Duty shift assignments may include working nights, weekends, and holidays.

                     Perform other duties as assigned.


The duties and responsibilities in this posting are representative categories to be used in deciding whether to apply for the position. These general categories do not necessarily constitute an exhaustive list of duties of the position.


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                     High School diploma or GED.

                     Must have satisfactorily completed basic police training at a recognized Texas state certified academy.

                     Must meet peace officer commissioning standards in the state of Texas and can be commissioned as such and maintain a valid Texas Peace Officer License. 

                     Must have a valid driver's license.

                     Must have a basic working knowledge of computers and computer programs.

                     Must be physically and psychologically fit, able to successfully pass any required company evaluations, pass an extensive background investigation and any other state commissioning requirements.

                     Must have a broad knowledge of criminal law and procedures.

                     Must have 18 months of successful experience as a full time peace officer with a city, county, state federal or railroad law enforcement agency.

                     Must be able to meet any government or Company training and retention standards.



                     College degree preferred

                     Bi-lingual in Spanish