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  1. Applied, called year later, exam, background check tax returns etc, panel interview, criminal questionnaire, conditional offer, more paperwork. Physical abilities exam and drug test.
  2. How did you think the interview went? Was it a panel? I have my physical ability test on tuesday for MNRR. I’ve accepted my conditional offer. Class is sept. Heard 10-15 guys will be hired.
  3. It doesnt really mean anything. Ive been called for positions that were just “applied” and “pre screening” as well
  4. Supervisors and they will call former employers. I wouldnt put down knowing anyone. They have a big no nepotism policy.
  5. Yes indeed 10 years of background information.
  6. They will ask for professional references and i had to submit wage and income forms from irs , pay stubs and w-2’s. I woudnt disclose off books. IMO
  7. I believe all the benefits are generally the same some what getting a call from the mta for a position is like hitting the lotto. NYCT is civil service and you have to take a test to be appointed. The other commuter railroads you apply and they pick you. Best of luck to you!
  8. Staten island railway is different from metro north, as long island rr is also different. They are all handled differently.
  9. Yes that was the first step was an exam
  10. Panel interview with 2 people lots of questions about safety and team work like pretty much every question referred to those
  11. Took me 1 year to hear about track. Class is sept.
  12. I got called already but thank you

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