TSO -eOrientation Initiated; What does this mean?

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shelly in Los Angeles, California

51 months ago

I've been wating for 4 months in the ready pool....I have a star over the e-orientation as well for LAX....I hope and pray that I'm in line for a position. The hiring process is no easy feat. Good luck to everyone else who may be in the same boat. :)

OCGuy in Laguna Niguel, California

50 months ago

I've been in the ready pool for John Wayne Airport for a couple weeks. Just found out there's no scheduled training classes in the near future. I hope my app doesn't expire and then have to start the hiring process all over again!

Dennis in Chicago, Illinois

48 months ago

Just got a start over my eOrientaion, I called them and all they said was that I have to wait after I receive a call from them to offer me the job, like the first person said, all we have to do is wait. Good luck to me and everyone else, it's a long process but worth waiting for I hope.

Lostcase in Greenville, South Carolina

48 months ago

The the blue star for eOrientation for GSP about a week ago. Hopefully it won't take too long, but I am being realistic.

Dcubed in Glendale, Arizona

47 months ago

I have been the background ched fo so long that my signature pages and e86 forms expired and I had to update all relating to the medical and background checks. Finally I passed the background and have a check over Ready Pool and star over eOrientation. I made a vist to my local TSA office were I took the AA and did get alot more information about the status of the airports that I applied for. I won't be calling the Help Desk at this point, I'll call the local TSA office.
Good luck to all.

mychal24 in Chicago, Illinois

47 months ago

Dcubed in Glendale, Arizona said: I have been the background ched fo so long that my signature pages and e86 forms expired and I had to update all relating to the medical and background checks. Finally I passed the background and have a check over Ready Pool and star over eOrientation. I made a vist to my local TSA office were I took the AA and did get alot more information about the status of the airports that I applied for. I won't be calling the Help Desk at this point, I'll call the local TSA office.
Good luck to all.

How did you find your local office?

Dcubed in Glendale, Arizona

47 months ago

mychal24- It is the same location where the airport assessment is conducted. You will need to make a personal visit and talk with the Human Resource Specialist regarding the local airport status.

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