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I have been working at EBMUD (More than 5 years)
EBMUD is an excellent District to work for, here I have gained valuable experience as well as provided great ideas into my projects.
It is difficult to get into this District. Some employees do not realize how good they have it and they are always complaining about their job.
Advice to Management
Most people in management are nice people and treat their employees well. I personally have had great experiences with with my supervisors.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at EBMUD.
I was called in for an interview here and met with the water department. I interviewed for a summer internship with this department. The interviewing process went very well and the interviewer was very polite and made me relaxed. He asked 5 questions, all very simple to answer so long as you answer truthfully. The questions were along the lines of what are you interested in, what do you look to get out of this job, and some other situational questions. A very easy interview and a great company.
- Most difficult question wasn't really a difficult question. They were looking for someone who had experience programming in Matlab and I do not like to program in Matlab. Answer Question
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It is part of the job description of East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) to keep the mud out of the drinking water. The utility provides potable water to 1.4 million people in a 331-square-mile area (which includes the cities of Alameda, Berkeley, and Oakland). Its wastewater system serves about 650,000 people in an 88-square-mile area of Alameda and Contra Costa counties along San Francisco Bay's east shore. EBMUD operates 4,110 miles of water mains, and 160 storage reservoirs. The company also provides recreational services at five of its reservoirs.