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  • Las Vegas Valley Water District

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    • Senior Management
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    Positive Outlook
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    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    Pros

    Competitive salary and great benefits.

    Cons

    Political environment. Many internal changes in the last year.

    Advice to Management

    More transparency. Practice what you preach.


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    Senior Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Las Vegas, NV
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4+ monthsinterviewed at Las Vegas Valley Water (Las Vegas, NV) in June 2010.

    Interview

    Online supplemental questioner. Relates to software cots products you have configured/modified. Then 3-on-site management interviews. Always two managers or more at one time.

    Interview Questions

    • Why move from your current successful career and company?   1 Answer

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Training Top 125, Training, 2008

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Website www.lvvwd.com
Headquarters Las Vegas, NV
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1947
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

If casinos can bloom in the desert, why can't water flow? It can, thanks to the Las Vegas Valley Water District (LVVWD), which provides water to some one million residents living in one of the driest places in the US. In addition to Las Vegas, the LVVWD serves residents of Blue Diamond, Coyote Springs, Jean, Kyle Canyon, Laughlin, Searchlight, and other parts of Clark County in Southern Nevada. The district delivers water to customers through some 4,500 miles of water transmission pipeline connected to 65 pumping stations, 76 wells, and 68 reservoirs and tanks. (Its tanks... More

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