Questions and Answers about Department of Children and Family Services

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It was minimal.

Answered - Foster Care Worker (Former Employee) - Saint John, LA

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Typical vetting questions for this line of work and background checks along with drug screening and an online test

Answered - Child Protection Investigator (Former Employee) - Fort Myers, FL

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The interview process was enjoyable, however, the job description does not clearly express the job is a priority over yourself and your family.

Answered - Child Protective Investigator (Current Employee) - Bartow, FL

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Quick and simple.

Answered - Economic Self Sufficiency Specialist (Current Employee) - Orlando, FL

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The interview process was conducted by a group of people that asked a series of questions. You had to look at three different scenarios and write the questions you would ask for each scenario.

Answered - CHILD PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR (Current Employee) - Brooksville, FL

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I was interviewed by two people at the same time. It was very low-key and more of a discussion format. I knew one of the interviewers already so that made it less intimidating.

Answered - Independent Living Coordinator (Former Employee) - Valdosta, GA and Gainesville, GA

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It went very smooth , being multilingual helped in the process as well

Answered - Social Worker A/B (Current Employee) - Chelsea, MA

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Meeting with the main Ombudsman and getting approval from the Board of County Commissioners

Answered - Ombudsman (Former Employee) - Cleveland, OH

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You worked on your own and within your own timing. no pressure just as long as you showed up for work.

It is very hard to get fired from the State of Texas just as long as you come to work daily

Answered - Foster Care Eligibility Specialist II (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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Ok short questions.

Answered - Assist in developing interventions (Current Employee) - Chattahoochee, FL

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