Many opportunities to move around and work on different projects (from mini park to new football stadium); great work/life balance; at times, great role models, leadership. City is trying.
Low pay, compensation; bureaucratic; opportunities to advance is slow (hiring process, and many life timers so openings are irregular); tuition reimbursement very low
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at City of San Diego (San Diego, CA) in May 2015.
You have to first apply to get on the list for the position. When a position opens, they then pull applicants from the eligibility list for an interview. I believe I had been on the eligibility list for over a year before getting an interview. They send out an email to people on the eligibility list to submit their resume and cover letter, then they email to set up an interview. They give you the list of interview questions 15 minutes before the interview, which is very helpful. Overall the interview process was decent. Not too difficult but not too easy. Pretty straight to the point. It took about three weeks to hear back. They also scheduled a follow-up appointment to give interview feedback which is extremely helpful to know how well you did and what you need to improve on.
- They asked a hypothetical questions related to the position to assess understanding and experience of the duties of the position. Answer Question
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