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    Anonymous Employee in Montpelier, VT
    Anonymous Employee in Montpelier, VT
    Application Details

    I applied online – interviewed at Vermont Department of Public Safety in October 2011.

    Interview Details

    Initial contact was via phone call with interviewer, unable to reach the interviewer for several days in spite of repeated attempts. Initial interview was one on one, in state building. Building leaves a lot to be desired in appearance (don't employers think we judge them also?). Interview seemed to be shotgun approach, no focus to what they wanted. Secondary interviewers placed themselves in position of power (3 directly across the table), then asked same questions as initial interviewer. Interview lasted approx 2 hours - No breaks.

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    • Why did you leave your last job, and why are you applying here ?   View Answer
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    too long to make the offer, I was offered another position in interim.

    Declined Offer
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Website www.dps.state.vt.us
Headquarters Waterbury, VT
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1947
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

The Vermont Department of Public Safety comes to the rescue for the residents of the Green Mountain State. The agency is dedicated to preventing crime, finding missing persons, and providing help in the case of natural disasters and emergencies. The department, which includes the state's largest law enforcement agency, serves citizens through its four divisions: Vermont State Police, Vermont Emergency Management, Criminal Justice Services, and Fire Safety. Its Homeland Security unit evaluates information, as well as develops strategic plans and training for responding to... More

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