I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Supreme Court of the Philippines.
Interview Details – a job vacancy is posted once it is declared vacant and applicants submit their applications and credentials to the office with such vacant position and each applicant will receive a communication for the schedule of interview and the result of the interview together with their applications and credentials will be submitted to the head office with one of the job applicants to be recommended by the executive judge after which the head office will review
all the papers and to choose among those who are best qualified for the position.
Interview Question – What is your reason why you would want to transfer in this office Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at Supreme Court of the Philippines in April 2010.
Interview Details – When I learned that there was a job opening at Supreme Court right after my college graduation, I immediately completed the requirements and had a schedule for an interview. At the day of the interview, two bosses were there, the Chief of Office and the Chief of Finance Division. They asked me personal questions and work habits. The interview went well. Then after a few weeks, I received a call that I can have my medical, psychology and neuro exams. I passed all the exams and met their requirements and started to work right away
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