City of Cleveland, Ohio Reviews

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City of Cleveland, Ohio Mayor Frank G. Jackson
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    Former Employee - Intern in Cleveland, OH
    Former Employee - Intern in Cleveland, OH

    I worked at City of Cleveland, Ohio part-time (more than 3 years)


    Working at the City of Cleveland throughout college was a great opportunity to learn and grow in a professional setting.


    The pay isn't the greatest, but that is to be expected in most government jobs.

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    I applied in-person – interviewed at City of Cleveland, Ohio.

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    I got this position through a connection I had with someone who worked there. The process consisted of me coming in and filling out a lot of paperwork, and and interview with the head of the marketing department.

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    • There were a few questions that were challenging for me such as the past behavior questions.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Cleveland, OH
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded 1836
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable
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It's only rock and roll, but Cleveland residents like it. The City of Cleveland, Ohio (C-Town), is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and is the nation's 33rd largest city and Ohio's second largest (behind Columbus). C-Town, with more than 430,000 residents, is run by a mayor-council form of government. The legislative branch consists of a 21-member council and the executive branch comprises the mayor, his adjunct offices, advisors, and the city's administrative departments. The mayor is the city's CEO and is elected to enforce its charter, ordinances, and state laws... More

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