This is a tough gig. Takes months to complete application, need several live-scans, ink fingerprinting, lots and lots of paperwork. Its the Feds, after all. The office was nice, small, comfortable. Lots of work usually, pre employment physicals, vision/audiometry, EKG,phlebotomy, travel vaccines, TB testing, mask fitting for the ATF.The clientele mostly just young hard working folks, IRS/DEA/FBI/other Federal agencies that were referred. Emphasis on complete documentation, and every exam was specific to the agency, so a lot of nitpicking.I also did all the inventory and ordering of supplies for the clinic. I enjoyed my time there, until the Regional Manager was moved into the office,and micromanaged everything, NOPE> You know its not a good sign when a new manager sweeps in and starts throwing people's food out of the employee refrigerator. I had to move on, Im not interested in working somewhere I have to constantly be walking on eggshells.
Good luck if you do decide to take it on. It may just fit you.
Federal government, secure employment
Small work environment, can be claustrophobic