Protocols Officer Interview Preparation Guide
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Protocols Officer based Frequently Asked Questions by expert members with experience as Protocol Officer. These questions and answers will help you strengthen your technical skills, prepare for the new job test and quickly revise the concepts

36 Protocol Officer Questions and Answers:

1 :: Explain me what do you know about our organization?

Securing Travel, Protecting People, safeguard the American way of life... Protecting our transportation infrastructure and ensuring freedom of movement for people and commerce.
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2 :: Why should we hire you as Protocol Officer?

I have good communication skills work well with others. Take directions well.
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3 :: Tell me how do you decide when you need to use your weapon to defuse a situation?

This answer is extremely clear cut for me. A weapon should be used for the sole purpose of a life-threatening situation and as a last resort. My main goal is to protect myself and everyone around me, even those that appear to be a threat to themselves. If I come across a case that is non-fatal and there are other means of settling the problem, then resorting to the use of any weapon is unnecessary.
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4 :: Tell me what about this job interests you?

I’ve applied to companies where I know I can get excited about what the company does. Your company is one of my top choices. This job is really attractive to me because it combines my interest and experience in logistics and security with work in a more global business environment.
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5 :: Tell me did you have any problem finding our office?

The interviewer usually asks this question to make the candidate comfortable. You can smile and answer this question by saying: “It was quite easy to find this place.”
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6 :: Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now as Protocol Officer?

This is a question intended to know, what are your career aspirations, how long would you be committed to the organization, is there any immediate plans for you to move on etc. If you have an actual plan, explain it with reasoning. If you do not have any specific plans as of then, give a generic answer along with some interesting activity you would like to take up.

☛ “I would like to see myself donning one of the senior positions in the organization contributing to technology as well as participating in business growth. I am hoping, I can position myself with relevant experience by then.”
☛ “As a fresher, I am assuming by first five years will be a huge learning curve. I want to absorb much of the industry knowledge and also to sharpen my technical abilities. In next five years I see myself playing various roles in the team from a developer to leading a team.”
☛ “I would like to see myself as a technical architect in next five years. My core competency is with technologies, and I would like to work and contribute in the field of most recent technologies and advancements. I would like to get take up some of the major technology certifications”
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7 :: Tell us how do you evaluate success?

I evaluate success on not exactly what you accomplish, but having the will to go for it no matter what it is.
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8 :: Tell us why are you leaving the military? or Why are you leaving your current job?

I feel that the time is right for me to transition the outstanding skills and experience I obtained during my last four years in the military to the civilian job market. I received great training and/or education in the Army and have been given job assignments that have enhanced my technical skills, leadership ability and taught me how to meet deadlines and multi-task in a very fast-paced and often stressful environment. I can bring these same skills to your organization.
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9 :: Tell me what's your greatest weakness?

This was one of the more popular questions raised real-time. Talking about a weakness is tricky. The safe route might be to go with something completely inoffensive – like the cliche “I’m a perfectionist, I have to get it right all the time!”

Recruiters know when you answer the question by picking a strength and downplaying it into a weakness, or picking a textbook "weakness." Call a spade a spade, and describe a true opportunity area.

Sincerity plays a key role here. Really think about what you need to improve on, identify how you’re getting over it, and if that paved the way for some other skill to be developed.

One might say, for example, that he isn’t a great listener – but discovering that led him to be more conscientious asking for feedback.
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10 :: Why do you want a career as a Protocol Officer?

I want to be part of a team that has the responsibility to make air travel safe for the travelling public.
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