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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Augustine, FL Mar 2012 – Reviewed Dec 11, 2012
Interview Details – My first contact was at the tryout. You must be able to swim 500 meters in less than 10 minutes and run .5 miles in less than 3 minutes. Everyone who passed the tryout was able to attend marine rescue academy - a lengthy and time consuming training course. It was four weeks long, met three days a week (Tues-Thurs) for classroom time and a workout and on Sundays almost the whole day for a little more class time and a LOT more physical training. At the end of the course, there is a written exam, a physical exam (the Gauntlet), and an oral exam as well as an interview. Everyone in my class who made it to exam day was hired.
Interview Question – The Gauntlet was difficult. Everyone was exhausted. It was hard. View Answer
Negotiation Details – Everyone who passed the physical, oral and written exams was hired. Everyone who finished the course and took the exams passed.
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Saint Augustine, FL Jan 2008 – Reviewed Oct 30, 2012
Interview Details – Asked several questions like "Are you related to _____" and "How long have you lived in St. Augustine". Very unorganized took over 4 months to make offer on position.
Interview Question – Are you married ? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Take or leave it negotiation
Pros: I was working for the public library system. People were friendly and helpful to coworkers and the public. I also liked the healthy bit of competition that existed between the branches it fostered pride for your tea, a sense of community and pushed… – Full Review `
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