Lol I'm not sure but I think I added a summer job I had with a construction company like 5 years ago on my resume.. their local branch doesn't even exist any more hahaUmmm your job still gets paperwork asking about you as a person. I wouldnt tell my job to suck it if I were you lol. All you past jobs will get it. Also dont do anything stupid aka make stupid purchases until you pass the academy. That's an obstacle in itself.
The FBI will find out everything I was shocked at how much they knew when I did my interview. Don’t lie and don’t burn bridges. The truth is half who make it still fail
Maybe not every old job, but yes several of your old jobs will receive a basic one-page questionnaire asking about you for your security clearance. There's a specific question asking if you'd be eligible for rehiring, and if the answer is No they have to submit an additional explanation, so don't go burning any bridges more than you absolutely have to. It is possible, however, that you could receive a conditional security clearance and those letters may not go out until you're already at the academy.
I'm already in the agency.... when I got hired I had an interview because a former employer from 6 years prior said some bullshit about me. Be careful. Btw I had my interview after I passed the academy and was already at my facility.
I already know my status. I am trying to debug why I didn't receive an email (if I should have). Email is not in my spam folder.Go to USAjobs and manually check it yourself, you might of got it in spam
Figured it out. If you did not get an email with the status update. Go to the usajobs page that shows your applications and update "Notifications" preferences.Interesting . . . I did not receive an email letting me know my job application has been updated. Did anyone else not receive an email?
Unfortunately I don't have an answer for you, but out of curiosity, what do you want to discuss? The Referred/Not Referred decision is based ONLY on your performance on the AT-SA. There's zero subjectivity or discretion on their part. If you scored above a 69.99% you were referred, if not then you weren't. And they absolutely won't tell you your score, so unfortunately you'll never know if you got a 69% or a 29% or anywhere in between.How would I find out the appropriate HR rep to contact to discuss my application for being not referred.