Questions and Answers about Department of Justice

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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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It depends on the job.

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What process is done to be hired by the DOJ? I understand they perform a background check, but what other steps are performed on DOJ part before a person may be employed?

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6 months.

Application, evaluation, approval, background check, hiring, onboarding.

Answered - Logistic Analyst (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Washington, DC

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Two- three months

Answered - Clerk (Former Employee) - Castries

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Time between first interview and start day is about one month, after you've been cleared conditionally.

Answered - Paralegal/Law Clerk (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ

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From start to finish, it takes up to 6 months to get hired with the Department of Justice.

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

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When I started as a Corrections Officer it took about 3 months for the application process.After getting on as a officer another person found out that I had a teachers license form Tennessee and I was not using it.She brought me aboard as a teacher.That was 30 years ago.

Answered - GED Teacher (Former Employee) - Forrest City, AR

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