US Customs and Border Protection San Diego, CA
US Customs and Border Protection San Diego, CA Reviews
Prosprotect the country, stable income, great overtime pay
Conssometimes there are mandatory overtime, very fast paced, repetitive
Advice to Managementtake care of your guys and we will take care of you
US Customs and Border Protection San Diego, CA Interviews
- Anonymous Employee in San Diego, CANo OfferNeutral ExperienceDifficult InterviewApplication
I applied online. I interviewed at US Customs and Border Protection (San Diego, CA) in Jun 2017
InterviewStarted by applying via usajobs.gov after initial review I was scheduled for a placement test.
Placement test takes about 4hr and you should prepare.
From English test through logic and either artificial language or Spanish test.
Once you get 80% or more you will get the conditional offer and star moving through a process.
Medical and physical fitness test are fairly easy for someone active and being at the gym at least once a week. Structured interview maybe nerve wracking for some but actually is not that bad.
Once you get through all that the worst is still ahead, the polygraph test fills more like a psychological evaluation 2 of 3 do not make pass this point.
Border patrol is the hardest on this test out of all law enforcement in the USA.
Too bad that this is not the first. No need to waist peoples time and money going through the process if you still going to weed good once out.Interview
everyone signs NDA. so sorry no questions but generally is about what if scenarios. Watch Border wars and apply common sense and you will do just fine.Answer Question
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