6 to 12 months
Answered - Special Agent (Former Employee) - Washington City, DC
Answered - Travel Specialist (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
About one year
Answered - Managing Director of Clinical Services (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
Several months. This is a major issue for the Department of State
Answered - Consular (Current Employee) - Washington, DC
One month, plus four weeks of special training.
Answered - SENIOR PROGRAM MANAGER, IRAQ, RECONSTRUCTION TEAM) (Former Employee) - Washington DC, IRAQ TDY
Probably 3-6 months on the security clearance. Probably 6 months to a year before you'll be called off the register.
Answered - Consular Officer (Former Employee) - Guayaquil, Ecuador
This varies per person.
Answered - Diplomatic Escort (Former Employee) - Milano, Lombardia
Depends on status coming in. One week for me
Answered - Lead Switch Technician (Current Employee) - Foggy Botom
Nine months to one year typically
Answered - Energy Attaché (Current Employee) - Ciudad de México, D. F.
At least six weeks. I got an offer in May but started in July
Answered - Data Analyst (Current Employee) - Rosslyn, VA