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    Fantastic Community; Great Exposure

    • Comp & Benefits
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    Current Employee - Director of Civilian Labor, Manpower & Payroll in Annapolis, MD
    Current Employee - Director of Civilian Labor, Manpower & Payroll in Annapolis, MD

    I have been working at United States Naval Academy full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    In the Comptroller's Office, there is a great environment with no interpersonal drama. Everyone knows their stuff and does their part to produce good work. The USNA is very unique in what it exists for, namely producing US Naval Officers. Though it is a command close to home for many and weaved into the Annapolis fabric, it is highly visible to the world and attracts high caliber people to come speak, teach and lead.

    Cons

    Not too many cons in my opinion. As a financial manager I am frustrated with how budgeting and execution can go sometimes, i.e. end of year spending, but that is a problem coming from the top of Big Navy and not so much a USNA problem that can be solved internally.

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United States Naval Academy Interviews

Updated Dec 2, 2014
Updated Dec 2, 2014

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    Budget Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Annapolis, MD
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Annapolis, MD
    Application Details

    I applied through other source – interviewed at United States Naval Academy in June 2012.

    Interview Details

    I was already working for a higher echelon in Washington, DC that had some connection with the USNA. Since the Academy was much closer to home for me, my supervisor connected me with the Deputy Comptroller here. She called me in to meet with her and the person I would be replacing due to their retirement and we talked about my current work in DC that was related to financial analytics. The meeting was only about 30 minutes long and very personable.

    Interview Questions
    • Before I came for the interview, they asked me to send an example of some financial analysis I had done pertaining to any particular project. It was unexpected, but welcomed as I was happy to be able to prove myself with real data.   Answer Question
    Negotiation Details
    As a GS federal employee, the transition from DC to Annapolis was seamless and my pay was already set on a career ladder that the USNA agreed to pay from that point on.
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Easy Interview

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The US Naval Academy was founded in 1845 to train the future officers of the US Navy and US Marine Corps. Academy graduates serve at least five years as Navy or Marine Corps officers. The school has about 4,000 students, known as midshipmen (freshmen as plebes). The Navy pays for the tuition, room and board, and medical and dental care of Naval Academy midshipmen, who are on active duty in the Navy. By order of Congress, women were first admitted in 1976; they make up 20% of the class of 2009. Notable graduates include President Jimmy Carter, Perot Systems founder Ross... More

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