I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at US Postal Service in May 2010.
Interview Details It had two sections of interview. First one was a panel interview for 30 minutes or more. Then I received a second interview in the location I may get hire with my future supervisor and 2 persons. I got an offer about two weeks after the interview.
Interview Question – I was giving out the information for the previous work experience. The interviewer also asked for the detail number as the saving amount or what strategy I was applied to conduct the task. Sometime the information in my mind was not clear but I have to give a reasonable explanation instantly. Honest and assume the possible questions and answers will be good practice to prepare oral interview. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at US Postal Service.
Interview Details Applied online, took about 1.5 months to get a phone call for interview. Status changed to hiring list after one month. The interview was with 2 people, including hiring manager. Questions were all behavioral/situation type. Have to provide very specific, detailed answers. Lasted approx 45 min. Decision-2wks
Interview Question – Have you ever had to make a tough and unpopular choice at work?
How did you cope with the most difficult colleague you've ever had?
Waiting for hiring decision...... Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at US Postal Service in May 2012.
Interview Details Interview was interesting!
Negotiation Details – Not difficult.
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