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    I have been working at Texas Health and Human Services Commission full-time

    Pros

    Great benefits, great co-workers, easy and flexible manager, paid-time off and sick time

    Cons

    can be slow and boring at times

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Texas Health and Human Services Commission Interviews

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    Disability Specialist Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Austin, TX
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral. I interviewed at Texas Health and Human Services Commission (Austin, TX) in July 2017.

    Interview

    Two supervisors asking questions about my work history. Friendly conversational style - not stressful at all. Had to take a general knowledge computer test to prove I could boot a computer, find documents, type a coherent paragraph, and print out responses. All timed...15 minutes for the first part, 10 minutes to type a bit about why you would be a success if offered the job. Background check required due to the confidential nature of the job. Many positions open (over 60) and no offers are going to be sent until the middle of next month. This survey is making pick a response that doesn't allow for "I don't know" in terms of job offer. I'm going to check "Yes, but I declined" only because they don't have an option that fits the actual situation.

    Interview Questions

    • Asked 6 basic questions about times that you did " ------" . One was to tell them about a time that I had to impart information both verbally and in writing.   Answer Question
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