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Anonymous Employee in Los Angeles, CA
Accepted Offer


I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at UCLA (Los Angeles, CA).


My position is only attainable via promotion but the promotion itself is a result from experience, ability, and devotion to the job. Demonstrate that you care about your job, reach out to the corresponding supervisors and it should be within your reach. A drivers license is an absolute must; you will be useless to them otherwise. Applying for the attendant position, which is at the bottom of the totem pole is rather easy. In the interview, don't say something that would be a red alert (not good with cash, irresponsible, tardy ofte, etc.) and you should walk out with a job.

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Pay is set in stone, slight pay raise with a promotion. Work hours can be negotiated at the time of the interview.

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