Assistant Enforcement Officer: SSC CGL Job Responsibilities, Duties and Nature of Work

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SSC CGL Job Responsibilities, Duties and Nature of Work (For Different Posts)
Dear Students, SSC CGL 2017 Notice is out and Now It is time to shed a light on all the posts of SSC CGL Exam. Most of the time students are not aware of the job profile and job nature, and they end up filling wrong preferences. So, This Article can save one or two years of your precious life. What We felt in these years is that there is little information available to aspirants about job profile. Whatever information is available on the internet is either too rosy or too gloomy. Hence, they do not present the actual scene. For every job to consider fit for yourself, first you need to know the pros and cons of that post and then evaluate them according to your personality, requirement, family life etc. Keep in mind that value for particular pros and cons also changes individually. For example, the value of exposure may not be the same for all people. Similarly, the value of Posting in the home state may not have same for all. So, evaluate pros and cons attached to every post and then decide carefully. Without evaluating at true level aspirants opt wrongly and then they have to appear for the exam next year. 

In this article, Detail will be provided for the Post/Job offered by SSC Under

Directorate of Enforcement, Department of Revenue



Assistant Enforcement Officer:

Postcode: N
Group B
Job Responsibilities:

If you are posted in office, you have to deal with files and another clerical work like making reports and brochures/presentations.
While in the field posting, you would work towards nabbing the economic crimes. Sometimes you have to accompany the raid company when it goes somewhere for a raid. You may also have to go for the recce to gather intelligence about money laundering or other crime of economic nature.


Generally, the work of an Assistant Enforcement Officer (AEO) is considered safe but when on such secret work of finding possible economic crimes and going after big illegal money, one has to be extra careful, to not to fell into wrong hands.

Work location: 

Headquarters: New Delhi
Regional offices: Mumbai, Chennai, Chandigarh, Kolkata and Delhi.
All the offices of Enforcement Directorate are in big cities so this is good for all who want to stay in big cities.


Work timing:

It has normal office timings but if you are working on the field, you will have to work in shifts. And while on raid or search you have to work for longer and uncertain duration.

Promotion (Career Growth):

you will be promoted to Enforcement officer in 4-6 years.
The Hierarchy is as follows:

Enforcement Officer (Group B Gazetted post in 4-6 years)
The Assistant Director of Enforcement Directorate
Deputy Director of Enforcement Directorate
Joint Director
Additional Director
Special Director in Enforcement Directorate.

Transfer:

one need not worry about a transfer to a remote area as all offices are situated in State capitals.

Salary:

grade pay – 4600
43,000 – 52,000 after 7th pay commission
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