Questions and Answers about Department of Justice

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Department of Justice.

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What is the interview process like?

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

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It is pleasant.

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Thorough detailed oriented

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

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Good. Straight forward

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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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