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Rivers State Civil Service Recruitment Physical Interview 2023/2024
We have published an article where His Excellency, Sir Siminalayi Fubara, GSSRS, the Governor of Rivers State has directed the Rivers State Civil Service Commission to commence physical interview and documentation of successful candidates for the 2023 Rivers State Government Recruitment Exercise. To commence physical interview and documentation Which is slated to hold on from Monday, 18″ September, 2023 by 8:am daily.
How to attend Rivers State Civil Service Physical Interview
Candidates are expected to come along with evidence of text messages, 2 passport photographs, original and photocopies of credentials and either of the following means of identification:
- Driver’s License
- International passport
- National Identification Number (NIN) printout
- Permanent Voters Card
Civil Service Physical Interview Questions and Answer 2023/2024
- Why did you apply for this role?
Answer: “I applied for this role because I enjoy helping others. Ever since I was an undergraduate student, I knew I wanted to dedicate my career to the greater good. Working for this government agency would give me the opportunity to help the homeless population get connected to the resources they need. I feel like my communication skills and commitment to civil service make me the right fit for this role.”
- Are you good at sharing difficult news?
Answer: “When I worked as a public defender, I was always sharing difficult news with my clients. I have grown quite used to this and have found that my communication skills make the process much easier. By clearly explaining a situation to someone and offering them a few solutions, I find that I can soften any difficult news I share.”
- Are you skilled at implementing new systems?
Answer: “I would definitely consider myself as someone who is open to change. I am quite good at implementing new systems and technologies. As a very curious person, I am eager to learn better ways of working.”
- Can you manage multiple projects at once?
Answer: “Yes, I am quite used to having multiple tasks going on at once. I find the best way to manage numerous tasks is by keeping an organized planner. At the start and end of each workday, I reassess everything I need to do. I tackle projects in the order of importance. I find this system works quite well for me.”
- Tell me about a time you had to work with a challenging coworker.
Answer: “When I worked for the department of natural resources, I was assigned to short-term project with three other people. Our job was to implement an awareness campaign that taught the public about the dangers of climate change. While I was excited to do this task, my one colleague was not. She constantly complained about every step of the process.
- How would you help an under-performing colleague
Answer: “The first thing I would do is help them realize what areas they are struggling in. I find that a performance review is a great time to go over areas for improvement. I would use this meeting to help my colleague set new goals. After the meeting, I would reassess their performance and have a follow-up meeting to discuss what they are doing well and what they can continue to work on. I find that regular feedback and praise can help someone get motivated again.
- Tell me about a time you implemented a change
Answer: “In my last role, I helped the human resources department rewrite their harassment policy. I wanted to ensure this policy followed the law, which is why I consulted with a lawyer to go over the language. My team was happy that I verified we were doing good work.”
- How do you avoid conflicts of interest?
Answer: “I avoid these situations by always striving for what’s best for the agency and community rather than what’s best for me. I also make sure to carefully follow any policies or regulations that my department has.”
- Tell me about a time when your ethics were challenged
Answer: “One time, I was working with a colleague who often came into work late. After our manager yelled at them three times, she gave this employee their final warning. One day, the employee was three hours late for work. They asked me to cover for them with a lie. I politely told them that it is not my role to be deceitful for them. They were let go the next day. I felt bad, but it was necessary for our department to look for someone who is more punctual.”
- Are you someone who over-delivers
Answer: “Absolutely. I am someone who strives for success, which is why I think it is so important to over-deliver. It’s my goal to “wow” my team and make a real difference. By working extra hard, I can achieve great things for myself and those I work with.”
- Are you comfortable with giving presentations?
- How do you handle mistakes?
- Where do you see yourself in five years?
- Do you have any questions for me?
- Tell me about a time your patience was challenged.
- How would you help our department better serve the community?
- Do you have experience working with community members?
- What steps do you take to come up with unique solutions?
- How would you support a diverse work environment?
- What are your strategies for effective communication?
- How would you help a community member feel heard?
- How do you help others learn from their errors?
- Tell me about a time you helped two groups get along.
- What is your ideal working style?