City of San José

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Headquarters San José, CA
Size 5000+ Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Do you know the way to San José? If so, you're probably a high tech worker, and hopefully one with a salary to match its real estate prices. The city, with a population of more than one million, is known for its Silicon Valley location and technology-driven economy. More than 6,000 tech firms employ about 244,000 people in the area, which is also known for its premium home prices (median $449,000). The city government uses the council/manager model wherein the council, made up of the mayor (elected at large) and the 10 council members (one from each district), sets policy... More

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Pros: The City of San Jose has great employees and their benefits are pretty great, too. There was a nice family atmosphere in the area in which worked. Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in San Jose, CA Jul 2014 Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Interview Details – This was for a screening interview in July 2014. The department does these interviews periodically. From the process, they hire a few people that they need immediately, and then put other acceptable candidates on a list for hires that they need during the year. The format of the interview is…Full Interview

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