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What is the interview process like?

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Have to work from the bottom and work up. Spent 23 years with the Federal Government. Loved working with other employees and working with the public.

Answered - Program Analyst (Former Employee) - Dallas, TX

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It went through GLC Staffing. The background investigator was unorganized.

Answered - Pharmacy Technician (Former Employee) - Tucson, AZ

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Application is sent to the Ministry of Public Service and public servants are chosen through the Public Service Committee and allocated to their specific Ministries

Answered - Clerk (Former Employee) - Castries

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Pre-employment interview, Panel interview, extensive background check.

Answered - Correctional Officer (Former Employee) - Butner, NC

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The interview process depends on the panel.

Answered - Supervisory Administrative Services Specialist (Current Employee) - Washington City, DC

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Your interviewed by 6-8 people at the same time. Very nerve racking. The interview is about 30-45 minutes where they ask you if your educated and to describe yourself in one word, explain your resume and experience... there is only 1 interview and they take weeks to make their decision. It took me 4 months to start working because the background check takes so long! I'm telling you, find a better job, it's not worth the wait.

Answered - FLU CONTRACTOR (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV

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Very intense interview process normally with at lease the direct supervisor, and the next two levels up.

Answered - Human Resource Manager (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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