I applied for a job at the police department in NC, as telecommunicator, emergency and non emergency calls. I have 18 year experience in the Police Dept in NY. interviewing victims. taking criminal and non criminal reports.in person and via telephone. Please tell me what possible reason I did not get the job.. How many people in such a small town can possibly have more experience than I do.. I
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Well I went to an interview with a security company they had contracts with the Federal Government. Now , they had a reserved parking space for me when I arrived. I had an escort to my interview location, so I went to this Interview, not overly dressed. Walked in, the receptionist stated over the intercom that Erica your applicant has arrived. Once she said that everyone that had an office stick their heads out their door to take a look at me... see more
Today I would like to vent about Scammers and How Low Will You Go? First, I will start by asking people to stop emailing me about your 8 Million prizes, The FBI has your money and more. These are just a few of the scams I have received in the past few weeks. You have no morals to Scam People as You Try to Do! Please STOP! This community it built on helping people obtain a Job! We are here to lift people up, offer advice wisdom and... see more
Working with the truck drivers and employes and security staff
Everything learned was on the job training. Never had to go to school or take any classes. Didn't have to worry about being laid off and the office where I worked was only 20 minutes from my house.
I started by being homeless. Got a job, and then even better job. Finally started renting rooms. Then I lost my job due to injuring my back due to a bus accident. I didnt give up. While on unemployment I did job searches, landed the job I did over 2 years ago. Today , I'm still with said job, and 8 months ago I applied to PSNS (Puget Sound Naval Shipyard) for a Canteen Operator position. I interviewed for the position Wednesday and was offered... see more
Currently I'm still enployed at Cypress Creek yes, every job has good and bad days. For the most part I love working with juveniles I try to make everyday a good day no matter whether I'm employed here or some where else.
To be perfectly honest this job is not made for everybody. The reality is everybody can't deal with someone else child. At the end of the day I always remember no matter what the young men here is someone child and someone son.