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US Fish and Wildlife Service Interviews

Updated Sep 9, 2014
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    I applied online. The process took 4+ weeksinterviewed at US Fish and Wildlife Service.

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    I was called to arrange an interview after applying through USAJobs. There was no phone interview/screening or any communication with the interviewers before the interview itself. The interview was scheduled for and lasted exactly one hour. Most questions centered on reviewing my resume and previous work experience, though a couple of technical questions were thrown in. There were also a few questions regarding various federal regulations on energy policy.

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Headquarters Washington, DC
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1871
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
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America's wildlife has an advocate in the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). The agency works to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wild animals, and plants as well as their habitats. A unit of the Department of the Interior, the FWS took its present form in 1940 and oversees the national wildlife refuge system, bird habitat conservation, federal duck stamps, national fish hatchery system, and the endangered species program. Its myriad services include fire and contaminant management, law enforcement, legislative affairs, and science initiatives. The agency's... More

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