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Qualification Question


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I don't know about S/A but the requirement for conductor is that you have a high school diploma by the date you are hired.

 

Of course this assumes you filed for and took the test in December 2008, and passed (this list is available and will be certified as soon as they finish calling promotional conductors)

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I don't know about S/A but the requirement for conductor is that you have a high school diploma by the date you are hired.

 

Of course this assumes you filed for and took the test in December 2008, and passed (this list is available and will be certified as soon as they finish calling promotional conductors)

 

Yeah I Got A 96 On Conductor And A List Number 1943

 

Anyone Know The Station Agent Qualifaction Info?

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Yes I do thats why I appealed. I dont know what DCAS is trying to pull

 

Years ago I was disqualified from 2 different tests one a TA and the other a city test and I appealed them both and was put onto both lists. Some people just accept it and don't appeal so the TA stole your money.

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Exactly thats a way they are trying to cut down on people on the list. They figure that some people will just take it lying down.

 

Yeah lot's of people are getting those letter's it's BS. My friends that took the test meet all requirements for S/A and they still sent that not qualified letter. DCAS and TA are trying to take people's money. Since TA is trying to shrink the amount of S/A jobs, but they still need to see people that passed the examine to not make it look like they ripped you off, they trying to pull this crap it seems to shrink the list number. If you feel like you qualified for the examine and passed it appeal the decision .

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Im Having Issues Opening The PDF File Can Someone Just Tell Me?

 

My kind act for the day...

 

HOW TO QUALIFY:

Education and Experience Requirements:

 

By the last day of the Application Period you must have:

1. A four-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent; and

2. Eighteen months of full-time satisfactory experience, of which at least twelve months must have been continuous (with one employer), providing high-volume customer service to the general public, performing duties primarily involving the resolution of customers’ problems and complaints, and providing guidance and directions.

 

Following are examples of qualifying duties. These examples are not all-inclusive.

A. Providing comprehensive customer service entailing the dispensing of information and listening to and resolving customers’ concerns, problems and complaints.

B. Giving travel information in a transportation environment, such as a bus, rail, air or marine station, terminal or port.

C. Advising customers on company products or services, and various purchasing options.

D. Providing trouble-shooting (help desk) services or resolving problems regarding a company’s products or services, either at a walk-in site or over the telephone.

 

Examples of acceptable experience include, but are not limited to: transportation ticket agent, flight attendant, travel agent, concierge, guest services agent, tour guide, toll collector, call center representative, technical support specialist, bank teller and retail sales associate.

 

Examples of unacceptable experience include, but are not limited to: Experience which involves only incidental or occasional low volume or non-public customer service, such as: nurse’s aide, security guard, traffic enforcement worker, parking-lot attendant, non-restaurant food server, porter, caretaker, mechanic’s helper, field technician, housekeeper, athletic trainer, vehicle operator, stock worker, medical technician, financial advisor, receptionist, personal assistant, customs and border protection officer, etc.

 

You may be given the multiple-choice test before we verify your qualifications. You are responsible for determining whether or not you meet the qualification requirements for this examination prior to submitting your application. If you are marked "Not Qualified," your application fee will not be refunded and you will not receive a score.

 

Drug screening Requirement: You must pass a drug screening in order to be appointed.

Residency: City residency is not required for this position.

English Requirement: You must be able to understand and be understood in English.

Proof of Identity: Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, you must be able to prove your identity and your right to obtain employment in the United States prior to employment with the City of New York.

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