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Evidently the governor's political staff are ingeniously embezzling the STATE'S pay raises, for themselves & family members, with their Friends.

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I like to work 12 hours shift

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You know what you sign up for at the dotted line. We are first responders. At any given moment we have to run. It could be to save an inmates life or a fellow officer. We as officers need to take this career more seriously.

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Embarrassed. I worked there seven years without censure or complaints from management. I was fired because of my Asthma, yet I am still elegible for rehire. How do I reccomend people to work at a contradictory place like that?

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I submitted my application on 9/24.....got the supplemental app the very next day, filled that out and returned it via email same day.....the following week on 10/1 I had my interview.....3 weeks later I took the CJBAT ......a week later I got my CERTIFICATE of PASS via email.....1 week later I went for my Fingerprints , Drug Screen which is urine and blood. Also a EKG, Teburculosis Test, blood pressure, O2, Vision, hearing and Agility. 2 1/2 weeks later I got my call that I was approved for employment. My first day of orientation is next Friday.

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The interview process is great. Fast and easy. Usually you're interviewed by a Judge.

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I would invest and promote extensively in solor energy/ technology companies to ensure that the “sunshine” state becomes the world leader in solar energy and provides hunderts of thousands of new job opportunities and becomes the go to place when it comes to anything involving solar technology. This will also ensure a safer and environmentally cleaner energy source on a large scale.

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Depends on the program, in certain counties it's relatively quick in others counties it takes months as they keep "reposting" positions if they dont like the applicants

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Only agency that pays once a month is dma

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Don’t listen to anyone saying they don’t drug test. People are evil!!! This is a STATE job!! They will drug test you. Even the custodians get drug tested, and they do have random testing if reasonably suspicious.

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