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rebels8  
#241 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:16:26 AM(UTC)
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Hi all,

I just recently found this forum, I feel like I'm late to the party.

I attended the hiring event in December 2016 and received a conditional job offer. Last I heard (about 2 weeks ago) I'm still in adjudication. Along with you all, I'm sure, I've started to get a little impatient! Any updates or thoughts on the process?

Are there a lot of us still waiting?

Thanks in advance.


I'm a fellow December 2016 CJO holder. My career field is Mission Management. I became cleared in early August, but I still haven't received a FJO yet. What's your career field(s)?

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#242 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:23:29 AM(UTC)
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Hi all,

I just recently found this forum, I feel like I'm late to the party.

I attended the hiring event in December 2016 and received a conditional job offer. Last I heard (about 2 weeks ago) I'm still in adjudication. Along with you all, I'm sure, I've started to get a little impatient! Any updates or thoughts on the process?

Are there a lot of us still waiting?

Thanks in advance.


I'm a fellow December 2016 CJO holder. My career field is Mission Management. I became cleared in early August, but I still haven't received a FJO yet. What's your career field(s)?


He also went to CPC twice because of a snow storm.

Teehee :)


Yeah, my poly had to be rescheduled, which I thought that they would never get around to doing.lol
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#243 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:23:51 AM(UTC)
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I'm not sure if I am responding correctly - I apologize if I'm creating too many threads over here.

Yay! That's a step in the right direction. How did you find out you were cleared? I was offered 2 CJOs in the Human Services Career Field.

Yikes, that's no fun. I did CPC (polygraph/security/psychology) April 19 & 20. From my knowledge, my background investigation wrapped up at the end of July.
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#244 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:28:01 AM(UTC)
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How did you find out you were cleared?



I had emailed the Hiring Pool to ask them about me possibly being in adjudication and about a week later, they responded and said that I had cleared. My BI was also completed at the end of July. I'm still surprised at how fast my adjudication took.
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#245 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:30:31 AM(UTC)
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Oh nice! I've been e-mailing periodically as well, I'm worried I'll bother them too much so I try to give a bit of time between each e-mail.

I have family overseas & am thinking that may be a reason my adjudication is taking forever, but that is just a guess. I hope you receive your FJO soon, please keep us updated!
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#246 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 5:37:06 AM(UTC)
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Hi all,

I just recently found this forum, I feel like I'm late to the party.

I attended the hiring event in December 2016 and received a conditional job offer. Last I heard (about 2 weeks ago) I'm still in adjudication. Along with you all, I'm sure, I've started to get a little impatient! Any updates or thoughts on the process?

Are there a lot of us still waiting?

Thanks in advance.


I'm a fellow December 2016 CJO holder. My career field is Mission Management. I became cleared in early August, but I still haven't received a FJO yet. What's your career field(s)?


He also went to CPC twice because of a snow storm.

Teehee :)


*****....I wish we could give upvotes in here.
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#247 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 11:50:46 AM(UTC)
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He also went to CPC twice because of a snow storm.

Teehee :)


*****....I wish we could give upvotes in here.


Upvoted.

That was easily the second
most annoying board hogging in recent history.
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#248 Posted : Friday, October 13, 2017 12:18:55 PM(UTC)
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He also went to CPC twice because of a snow storm.

Teehee :)


*****....I wish we could give upvotes in here.


Upvoted.

That was easily the second
most annoying board hogging in recent history.


I concur!
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#249 Posted : Monday, November 13, 2017 5:36:06 AM(UTC)
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Ok so it’s been a year since applying to the December hiring event and now my application no longer shows on the status page. The status no longer says “accepted” is this the case with anyone else?
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#250 Posted : Monday, November 13, 2017 6:15:47 AM(UTC)
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Ok so it’s been a year since applying to the December hiring event and now my application no longer shows on the status page. The status no longer says “accepted” is this the case with anyone else?


Hi ! There is a drop down arrow and you can 'Display applications from', and select 'all applications'. Once you click that you should see yours.
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#251 Posted : Monday, November 13, 2017 8:07:16 AM(UTC)
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Oh ok thank you
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#252 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 5:45:26 AM(UTC)
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Let’s go December hiring team!! It can’t be a full year without our FJO!! Most of us have been cleared since the summer! It’s a matter of time now! Stay positive people!
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#253 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 7:24:44 AM(UTC)
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Three months cleared.

Helpful tip: It is a lot easier to just give up and hope for a call out of nowhere. I haven't rescinded my offer, but I am trying to pursue other opportunities. Just. Give. Up. You'll thank me when they finally call and you actually forget why.
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#254 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 8:06:08 AM(UTC)
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You might be right but here in Miami there isn’t many opportunities for federal work like in DC and Virginia. There’s not alot of contracting jobs either to build your resume and the competition here is crazy.
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#255 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 10:52:27 AM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!
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#256 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 11:35:16 AM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!


They should match your salary (up to a certain point... GG-10, Step 00) if you're a current/prior fed and you provide an SF-50. Not sure about how re-negotiating your salary works if you don't have an SF-50 to provide to them.
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#257 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:31:46 PM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!


They should match your salary (up to a certain point... GG-10, Step 00) if you're a current/prior fed and you provide an SF-50. Not sure about how re-negotiating your salary works if you don't have an SF-50 to provide to them.


Thanks for the reply.

Quick follow-up question...They will still match even though they have alternate candidates that would likely accept an "as is" offer? I would be coming from the private sector with no federal experience.

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#258 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 12:35:25 PM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!


They should match your salary (up to a certain point... GG-10, Step 00) if you're a current/prior fed and you provide an SF-50. Not sure about how re-negotiating your salary works if you don't have an SF-50 to provide to them.


Thanks for the reply.

Quick follow-up question...They will still match even though they have alternate candidates that would likely accept an "as is" offer? I would be coming from the private sector with no federal experience.



I asked about private sector pay negotiation and it seemed pretty much off the table. You might be able to get a step or two higher at most.
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#259 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 1:11:57 PM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!


They should match your salary (up to a certain point... GG-10, Step 00) if you're a current/prior fed and you provide an SF-50. Not sure about how re-negotiating your salary works if you don't have an SF-50 to provide to them.


Thanks for the reply.

Quick follow-up question...They will still match even though they have alternate candidates that would likely accept an "as is" offer? I would be coming from the private sector with no federal experience.



Unfortunately, the highest DIA offer I've personally heard of for someone with no federal experience, with a masters, is a GG-10, Step 3. Though, that's only what I've seen, other people may have heard otherwise!

Doesn't hurt to ask if you can re-negotiate your salary! The salaries that we were all initially offered were decided with our educational and professional backgrounds taken into account, so essentially it's all based on you, the individual. If you ask, the worst they can say is "no, take it or leave it". It's unlikely that they are going to say that they have other people in the pipeline and cut you because you asked for more money.

Think of it this way: Every position DIA offers, they have to assume that once that person starts working, they might just stay in their position forever, have no motivation or drive to switch into a higher graded billet, and will eventually max out. Even if they hire a GG-7 Step 1, they have to budget for a GG-12 Step 10 in the event they max out and stay in their billet forever.
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#260 Posted : Tuesday, November 14, 2017 1:15:53 PM(UTC)
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Greetings all. I wanted to ask for those that received an FJO/EOD date, did you attempt to negotiate your CJO and were you successful? I asked a few buddies who are already in federal service and the results were mixed. Two were able to submit pay-stubs and get revised offers. Three others were told "take it or leave it" and would have to take fairly substantial pay cuts if they took the position. Seems that the govts flexibility is a bit limited when it comes to matching salaries. Just trying to get the "pulse" in today hiring environment. Thanks!


They should match your salary (up to a certain point... GG-10, Step 00) if you're a current/prior fed and you provide an SF-50. Not sure about how re-negotiating your salary works if you don't have an SF-50 to provide to them.


Thanks for the reply.

Quick follow-up question...They will still match even though they have alternate candidates that would likely accept an "as is" offer? I would be coming from the private sector with no federal experience.



Unfortunately, the highest DIA offer I've personally heard of for someone with no federal experience, with a masters, is a GG-10, Step 3. Though, that's only what I've seen, other people may have heard otherwise!

Doesn't hurt to ask if you can re-negotiate your salary! The salaries that we were all initially offered were decided with our educational and professional backgrounds taken into account, so essentially it's all based on you, the individual. If you ask, the worst they can say is "no, take it or leave it". It's unlikely that they are going to say that they have other people in the pipeline and cut you because you asked for more money.

Think of it this way: Every position DIA offers, they have to assume that once that person starts working, they might just stay in their position forever, have no motivation or drive to switch into a higher graded billet, and will eventually max out. Even if they hire a GG-7 Step 1, they have to budget for a GG-12 Step 10 in the event they max out and stay in their billet forever.



Ok thanks for the feedback!
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