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I’m not entirely sure about that although civil servants transferring will start on the slightly higher salary (27k instead of the 24), external candidates will start on the lower pay grade during training but will boost up post training from what I have seen on various threads.
Don’t I felt like that! But you did it so congratulations! I got a 4 on my application so hoping my interview was better. I have my fingers and toes crossed haha! I will post on this thread the outcome, but as I say I emailed GRS yesterday so hopefully will hear by the end of the week😄.
I got a 5 on my application, only got 29 in total on the interview, I did have people walk in on me during some of my answers 🤦. Still a pass is a pass!! I got acceptable demonstration which is disappointing! I did wonder if the lower the score the longer it will take to get an offer?
Don’t I felt like that! But you did it so congratulations! I got a 4 on my application so hoping my interview was better. I have my fingers and toes crossed haha! I will post on this thread the outcome, but as I say I mailed GRS yesterday so hopefully will hear by the end of the week😄.
Oh no, well that can't be helped and they probably expect distractions to a certain extent due to having the complete the interview at home, a car alarm went off during one of my answers and I even found that really off-putting! Like you say you still passed! I'm really unsure how they prioritise/stagger interviews/job offers. It may be on scores or it may be dependant on the amount of applicants/location etc! Luckily we can email the GRS email when we have waited a while.
Hey guys, I did my interview 3 weeks ago and heard today I would be in the reserve list and then few hours later got a provisional offer so I think it's all starting to move quicker now
I just had the email last week to say I was on the waiting list! I've applied for Teesport, haven't seen anyone else apply for that? There'll probably be more vacancies in the south!, Wonder of they're filling those first?!
Has anyone reserved been given a provisional as of yet? Predominantly London or South based.
Thank you, so is that a week of night shifts in a row but coming home after each shift or do you mean be away for a week? Just wondering how often and how long I might be away from home
I've been told you do earliest and lates in your region. Nights is the week you can get deployed away. Doesn't mean night shifts. But you could be away for the whole 7 days. Travel to and from on the first and last day so therefore 5 days at work between travelling. It depends on your pattern, based on mine think it could be once in roughly 5 weeks. But there are caveats. Business needs, urgent situations or if you travel to a place which is outside of safe driving hours you'll stay in a hotel and then spend the week there. Even if you live X amount of hours away.