You need to produce at the next level of investigator for three months straight while maintaining 85% quality in your work. You'll find that it's impossible to maintain unless you like about the hours you're working.
What is the hiring process like? I hear it can be pretty fast. I had a phone interview last week. This past Monday had a video interview. It's now Friday and have not heard back from them. I am wondering if I should call and follow up with them?
I was called by a recruiter, first Talked the the Director on a Tuesday for a good little while. He built up the company and the position. Sounded like I was a good candidate. Got me and the wife excited as the position is in Hawaii. Followed up on Sat. He said a decision would be made the following Tuesday. That was nearly 2 weeks ago. If I didn’t get the job, ok, but is it really to hard to just tell me that? It’s Leadership 101 and just good professionalism to keep people informed, whether positive or negative. Disappointing in that concept alone.
What is the length of time employees went through for their security clearance? Mine is 17 weeks so far with the only answer I get is that it is still in process.
It can very, 3 months - 8 months typically. Really depends person to person. The more employments, residences, financial or criminal issues one has it can take longer.
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Perspecta a better place to work?
Flex 160. Expanding the flex 80 to a 4 week capability would help many with family and education issues.