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  • #16
    Oddly enough, it was the DEU. I didn't see an MP posting for the Bismark, ND vacancy.

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    • #17
      Just got the no-go on the Keams Canyon vacancy... Only Indian preference eligibles being referred.

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      • #18
        just received Kearns Canyon

        We have received and reviewed your application for the position above with the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs.
        As stated in the vacancy announcement, this position is subject to Indian (Native American) preference AND veterans’ preference for the
        excepted service. At this time, only qualified preference candidates have been referred for further consideration. Therefore, we are not
        able to consider you further for this vacancy at this time. If additional candidates are requested by the hiring manager, your application
        package may be reviewed again for possible referral. You will be notified of any changes in your application status.

        AND Bismarck:
        DEU:& MP:
        We have received and reviewed your application for the position above with the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs.
        After a review of the information submitted by all applicants, you have been determined to be among the best qualified candidates for
        this vacancy. Your information has been referred to the selecting official for further review, and your eligibility for selection to this
        position is valid for 90 days.
        Please be aware that any further review of qualified applicants will be made at the discretion of the selecting official. This office is not
        involved in the interview process and will not be able to provide information regarding interview arrangements. You will be notified,
        however, when a final selection has been made.
        Last edited by PHSeaBee; 06-18-2015, 02:37 PM.

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        • #19
          Jesus Christ...

          Just got another email for Bismark that said:

          "PLEASE IGNORE THE EMAIL BELOW THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE RECEIVED PERTAINING TO THE POSITION ABOVE,

          ANY OTHER EMAIL YOU RECEIVED SAYING THAT YOU WHERE NOT REFERRED DUE TO NOT BEING AN INDIAN

          PREFERENCE CANDIDATE AND VETERANS PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE WAS THE APPROPRIATE EMAIL. WE APOLOGIZE

          FOR THE CONFUSION AND YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF YOUR SITUATION CHANGES."

          The below email, of course, being the one that said I was referred.

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          • #20
            UPDATE:::
            PLEASE IGNORE THE EMAIL BELOW THAT YOU MIGHT HAVE RECEIVED PERTAINING TO THE POSITION ABOVE,

            ANY OTHER EMAIL YOU RECEIVED SAYING THAT YOU WHERE NOT REFERRED DUE TO NOT BEING AN INDIAN

            PREFERENCE CANDIDATE AND VETERANS PREFERENCE ELIGIBLE WAS THE APPROPRIATE EMAIL. WE APOLOGIZE

            FOR THE CONFUSION AND YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED IF YOUR SITUATION CHANGES.



            ************************************************** *********************************************

            We have received and reviewed your application for the position above with the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs. After a review of the information submitted by all applicants, you have been determined to be among the best qualified candidates for
            this vacancy. Your information has been referred to the selecting official for further review, and your eligibility for selection to this
            position is valid for 90 days.
            Please be aware that any further review of qualified applicants will be made at the discretion of the selecting official. This office is not
            involved in the interview process and will not be able to provide information regarding interview arrangements. You will be notified,
            however, when a final selection has been made.
            We appreciate your interest in employment with the Department of the Interior and wish you luck in the ongoing selection process for
            this vacancy.

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            • #21
              sounds like we were ALMOST liked enough??

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              • #22
                Did anyone get referred for Wyoming 1811? I got referred, but Im a non native so I will not hold my breath on this one..

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                • #23
                  It will most likely go in house

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                  • #24
                    Good luck picking up a BIA 1811 slot as a non-native outside applicant...

                    There are many upstanding professional native LEOs working for BIA, however its evident even in how they fly their announcements that they value native preference over experience, and will go through great efforts to be able to hire a native with zero experience over a highly qualified applicant who is non-native.

                    Show me one other federal law enforcement agency with LEO retirement that consistently flys positions starting out at the gs-3 or gs-4 paygrade (ie minimum requirement is 6 months general work experience).


                    ETA: Not trying to bash individual officers/agents working for BIA. some of those reservations are no joke and they earn their pay. Also not trying to discourage anyone whos thinking of applying, just sharing what can be expected from BIAs hiring mindset.
                    Last edited by SteelCustodian; 11-05-2015, 11:22 AM.

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