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What is the interview process like at Department of Justice?

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It's a panel interview first. That interview will be with a rep. from HR and 2 members from the department your role will pertain to. If you are successful, you will move on to meet the manager or supervisor of the department your role pertains to.

You will be tested to reveal how much patience you have & how you deal with it.

It is pleasant.

Thorough detailed oriented

Nice. You have to know how to use computer or get someone who can help you. Everything is easy to explain.

Good. Straight forward

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.

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

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

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

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