Questions and Answers about Department of Veterans Affairs

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What is the interview process like?

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Several people ask you a series of different questions with at least three parts to each question asked. Situational type questions.

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Series of performance based questions, given by a group of three to four people.
They score your answers. Very competitive job interview.

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Situational questions

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Group style interview with questions made up by supervisor

Answered - Care Coordinator, Ambulatory Care Clinic (Current Employee) - Fort Worth, TX

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Excellent,fair and speaks to the mission of the agency.

Answered - Chief Food Service Supervisor (Former Employee) - Coatesville, PA

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Performance based.

Answered - Police Officer (Former Employee) - Albany, NY

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Simple over the phone interview after waiting 7 months post application submission.

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Short and simple. If you can read and write, preferable both at the same time you will be fine.

Answered - Contact Representative (Former Employee) - Topeka, KS

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Depends on the level of the position, Professional, need to be qualified.

10 to 15 questions to narrow down skills and experience.

Answered - Maintenance Operations Manager (Former Employee) - Grand Junction, CO

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The interview process was demanding.

Answered - Veterans Industries Worker (Former Employee) - Northport, NY

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