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What is the interview process like?

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Structured.

Answered - AFSD-LE (Current Employee) - Denver, CO

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Extensive background

Answered - Wash., DC - Administrative Travel Specialist (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC

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Blunt and demanding. It need to be

Answered - Government Training Institute Adjunct Instructor (Current Employee) - Barnwell, SC

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The process is very generic. The questions that are asked are general in nature, not based on any previous experience, or potential value you may bring to the agency.

Answered - Behavioral Detection Officer (Current Employee) - Seattle, WA

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Very intense interview with detailed and concise background checks in order to gain secret security clearance.

Answered - Supply Chain Security Specialist (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Fair balanced unbias

Answered - Behavioral Detection Officer (Current Employee) - Columbus, OH

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Over the phone interview, with 3 persons. Basic questions on my experience and ability to complete the task.

Answered - Emergency management Operations Specialist (Former Employee) - Punta Gorda, FL 33983

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Interview process is really hard. And the promotions are not always guaranteed.

Answered - Mission Support Specialist (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Paneled process and takes awhile to get a call. Good for the panel and applicant to see who and what the job entails.

Answered - Public Assistance Specialist (Current Employee) - Washington, DC

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Very detailed

Answered - Service Desk Analyst (Current Employee) - Arizona

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