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    • Just make sure the jobs you bid on are ones you know you can handle. Don’t bid on something that’s going to be sending you to the Rockaways constantly if you live in, say, New Jersey. though ironically, I keep getting my jobs as if I got XL. Two weeks I was constantly on 6th Avenue, now I’m going on my 6th working day in a row on the Broadway local… with a 7th tomorrow.
    • thought about it...youre both right, im gonna put my bids in today or tomorrow 
    • You already got in right? What’s your title/position?
    • Elaborate as much as you can on your safety sensitive duties. Try to quantify your cash handling or reporting experience as well, include monetary or metric figures to any part of your job you did on a daily basis as well as any accomplishments. Mention any significant customer service experiences you've had, good ones, bad ones and instances where you have had to adapt. Your reactions, the actions and results of those actions.  These questions are not gonna seem relevant to the position but you will be near main line track and in yards as a cleaner and your ability to work with others is critical. You will be customer facing as well. know the basics of metro north, the 5 main lines, major stations are a bonus, Equipment types, use the wikipedia page.  Honestly do wish you and everyone else gets hired, just reacted in bad taste to your posts concerning the tests. Im old school I guess.   
    • I’m scheduled for a cleaners interview at a later date with one of the RRs. Do you know what they’re looking for to hire somebody? I have tons of customer service and logistics experience on me with some manual labor, but idk if it’s enough to make the cut. I would be really happy if I got into metro north since its hiring process for conductors and engineers (especially for internals) seem to be a bit more fair than LIRR’s.
    • I get it, but like I stated with Lawrence, its 20-30 people who just did interviews or 50-60 who got an s&d overview invitation or 100-300 who got a job orientation invitation ALL sending them emails with questions. Look at it from their pov, they cannot answer every email when 90 percent of the time the answer is in the invitation email they sent. People have a tendency to ask questions about things that are not relevant at that junction in the process. Now they have to siphon thru hundreds of irrelevant emails and people questions get lost in the sauce.  In the end their focus goes to the candidates who got picked for interviews. And sometimes being chosen depends on who interviews you, for which I can agree is unfair but life is unfair. Just keep trying.
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