For DOC? Windsor not bad. Little OT. Springfield?!?! Absolutely ridiculous. Way too much OT. You'll be made to come in early or stay late every day!
I had an interview about 4 years ago for a Benefit Specialist position.
The questions were straight forward such as, "why do you want this position?"
I was coming from Connecticut so they asked why am I interested in the particular position with the State of Vermont.
They also asked where I saw myself in five years. Just real simple question / answer session.
I will say, I have never felt more comfortable and relaxed in an interview. They made me feel very welcomed. I can say it was the best interview in my working career.
Very toxic. Office of Child Support has horrible managers at every level with some of the worst in the Burlington office. Applicants beware. If you want to work in a toxic, back stabbing environment where slacking off is rewarded go for it. High rate of turnover. Driving employees out then asking them to sign letters saying they won't sue.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at State of Vermont? What are the steps along the way?
It took a lot of work to get my state job I went and achieved my high school diploma and did typing classes to get to a speed of 40 wpm.