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San Bernardino County is located in the heart of Southern California, home to over 2 million residents, encompassing 20,160 square miles from the Nevada State line and the Colorado River to the LA County line. This gives San Bernardino County a diverse climate and geography, from mountains as high as 11,502 feet, to the desert as low as 181 feet, and beautiful valleys in between. Pristine lakes and rivers, snow-capped mountain resorts, flowering deserts, and many other family-oriented recreational attractions take advantage of the natural assets of the area, most within an hour's drive. Families enjoy affordable housing, excellent schools, colleges and universities, and easy access to airports, hospitals, libraries, and parks. The County provides a safe, clean and healthy environment for residents. A variety of shopping and business opportunities abound, in this, the largest County in the contiguous United States.
Los Angeles may be a Mecca for the rich, famous, and wannabes but there is little glamour in running a city of more than 4 million people. Governing responsibilities are shared among the city's mayor and city council, while more than 40 various commissions, departments, and bureaus see to the more mundane daily operations that keep the wheels spinning. Elected every four years, the mayor appoints most commission members (subject to approval by the city council) and serves as the city's executive officer. Also elected to four year terms, the city's 15 district council members represent Angelenos' needs and wants in the political system. The city has a budget of approximately $7 billion a year.
Phoenix is Arizona's capital and the fifth largest city in the United States with a workforce of more than 14,000 employees. Long recognized as one of the most desirable places to live, Phoenix is also the largest city in the country with a council-manager form of government. The City's Human Resources Department is responsible for managing the full range of workforce services including talent acquisition and management; benefits, wellness and safety; employee + labor relations and the civil service system; job classification and compensation; HR technology, records and transactions; organizational development and learning; compliance; and an HR Service Center and shared services model which supports more than 30 departments across the enterprise.
The California Constitution establishes the Attorney General as the state's chief law officer, responsible for ensuring that the laws of the state are uniformly and adequately enforced. The Attorney General is vested with broad powers and carries out these important responsibilities through the California Department of Justice. The Department of Justice includes over 4,500 employees who are engaged in a variety of law enforcement and legal services. The department's main offices are in Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Oakland and Fresno.