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Eric W  
#1 Posted : Monday, September 9, 2019 5:24:16 PM(UTC)
Eric W

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Location: New York

I have over 20 years of experience working in and around the Army, Army National Guard, and as an IT contractor for the Army National Guard. This particular job is on a Marine base at a Navy dental clinic. I am well versed in the operating procedures of the Army, the systems they use and their regulations.
My wife is Japanese and we want to spend some time in her country (not to mention I love travelling and love visiting Japan) so I have been applying for jobs on USAJobs and got referred at a location that isn't far from my in-laws.

If and when I am called for an interview I am confident with my abilities in answering IT-related questions, but in my experience, they may ask questions about specific systems that the organization may use and maybe regulations that cover their organization.

Does anyone have advice for what I should be researching to prepare for the interview? Any information on the types of questions they will likely ask?

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