Interviewed at US Army
Interview Details – After speaking with a recruiter, you will go to the Military entrance processing center where you will take tests and undergo physical processing. Based on the results of your testing you will be offered job titles to choose from. Choose your job and then you are ready to take the oath.
Interview Question – Should I re-enlist or get out? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at US Army in February 2010.
Interview Details – Applied for the job via the company website in Dec 2009. Recieved an e-mail that resume and application was received the same day. Had a phone call in January 2010 that DFMWR was interested in doing an interview with me. Went to the first interview by the Branch Manager which was successful. Was called for 2nd interview two days later with the immediate supervisor. That was successful and was offered the position a few days later.
Bonus points: your personality and how you can fit the team plus get along with others is heavily weighed. They weren't just looking for someone who knew the job (though knowing the job is very important).
Interview Question – None, interview was easy. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No negotiation for this government job. The starting salary was already pre-set based upon federal government standards.
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at US Army in June 2009.
Interview Details – Current PM found my resume through the MOAA resume bank following a job fair and referred it to heir HR dept. Sat with 4 individuals, 2 Psychology PhDs and 2 higher level project directors. Friendly atmosphere with straight forward process. Benefits package was slightly below average with no short term disability. Office culture did not seem fast-paced or very lively in general. Work experience looked like it would depend greatly on the attitude set by your supervisor.
Interview Question – Tell us about a time you developed a subordinate. Answer Question
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