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  • Odaat1
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    Congrats! Jdg0044. Very exciting news.

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  • Odaat1
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    Originally posted by jdg0044 View Post
    I've been offered a job as a USPO and am both excited and nervous about the opportunity. It seems like the current USPO's in this thread are satisfied with the job, which is encouraging.

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  • jdg0044
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    I've been offered a job as a USPO and am both excited and nervous about the opportunity. It seems like the current USPO's in this thread are satisfied with the job, which is encouraging.

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  • Odaat1
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    Did anyone apply to the recent USPO openings in the east coast?

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  • AKtransplant
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    I applied to the flagstaff location for USPO, does anybody have any information on caseload, morale etc of that AO? Thanks!

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  • DaBulls
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    I too shot you a PM. Thanks.

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  • dsb05c
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    Done. Sorry about that.

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  • NJturnedDC
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    Hey dsb05c can you turn on your pm, I want to shoot you a message

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  • Nola504
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    Originally posted by DaBulls View Post
    If you don't mind me asking, where did you apply to?
    Each district is different so it is hard to say. It took a little over a week to get my offer when I got hired. It took three months total from my application to start date.

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  • POIN21
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    Originally posted by DaBulls View Post
    If you don't mind me asking, where did you apply to?
    I sent you a PM.

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  • DaBulls
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    Originally posted by POIN21 View Post
    I just wanted to get some insight on the hiring process. My first step was a writing sample and a test for spelling and grammar. After that I had an interview with 5 supervisors and the Deputy Chief. After I completed that interview they had me wait around and then I went to meet with the Chief. I know nothing in the Fed happens fast but its been 4 weeks and I'm getting a little antsy. Can someone offer some insight on how the decisions are made? I figured it would be fairly quick since each office does their own hiring.
    If you don't mind me asking, where did you apply to?

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  • POIN21
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    I just wanted to get some insight on the hiring process. My first step was a writing sample and a test for spelling and grammar. After that I had an interview with 5 supervisors and the Deputy Chief. After I completed that interview they had me wait around and then I went to meet with the Chief. I know nothing in the Fed happens fast but its been 4 weeks and I'm getting a little antsy. Can someone offer some insight on how the decisions are made? I figured it would be fairly quick since each office does their own hiring.

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  • LinasK
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    Thanks,
    I will start brushing up on my grammar

    Originally posted by GA12 View Post
    Each district is free to have any type of hiring process that they choose. However, I would expect a test where writing skills/grammar is stressed followed by a panel interview of 4+ supervisors. If you get a second interview it would likely be with Deputy Chief and Chief USPO's.

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  • GA12
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    Originally posted by LinasK View Post
    hello,
    I am a Sergeant in State corrections and i have double Masters in Criminal Justice and Public Administration. I just received an invite for interview for Southern District of Iowa for Probation officer position. Anybody could give me some details about test or interview? Thanks
    Each district is free to have any type of hiring process that they choose. However, I would expect a test where writing skills/grammar is stressed followed by a panel interview of 4+ supervisors. If you get a second interview it would likely be with Deputy Chief and Chief USPO's.

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  • DaBulls
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    Lol, I remember the smirf suits. When I went through FLETC for ICE (Glynco, not Charleston), we wore the smirf suits for the Spanish training program which was right after our police basic program. We wore 511's and blue polos in the basic program. I remember it being so humid, that the heavy polos would just stick to us. We PT'ed a bunch and all lost weight. However, when we got to Spanish and the PT was over with, the smirf suits became "smediums" when our fat rolls reappeared. Good times. I'm hoping I get selected by US Probation/Pretrial Services so I can go back and do it again. However, charleston will be much better than Glynco.

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