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United States House of Representatives Constituent Services Representative Interview Questions & Reviews

Updated Mar 21, 2014
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Constituent Services Representative

I applied through college or university and interviewed at United States House of Representatives.

Interview Details – I applied for the job and I received a call back the following week for an interview with a two senior staffers. The interview went well, and I was asked to provide a writing sample and come back the next day for an interview with the member and chief-of-staff. This interview was much harder/stressful. I was asked many difficult questions and they did not seem impressed or interested.

Interview Question – They asked me how I felt about specific pieces of legislation (some that had been passed years ago) and only referred to the legislation by the bill numbers. I asked them to be more specific and they look at me like I was a complete idiot.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase. They offered the job, starting salary (which was incredibly low), and explained the benefits.


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Constituent Services Representative Interview

Constituent Services Representative
Washington, DC

I applied in-person and the process took a day - interviewed at United States House of Representatives in May 2012.

Interview Details – Communicated clearly that they needed someone to fill this position. Management was very supportive and helpful in hiring me for the job. Interning put me ahead of the game for a staff position.

Interview Question – How can you explain the member whom you work for most recent vote on issue a, b, c?   View Answer

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