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San Rafael, CA
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The County of Marin is a general law county that is a geographic and political subdivision of the State of California. Under the state constitution, the County provides state-established health care, welfare, and criminal justice programs, and enforces state and federal laws ... Read more

Mission: To provide excellent services that support healthy, safe and sustainable communities; preserve Marin's unique environmental heritage; and encourage meaningful participation in the governance of the County by all.

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    I have been working at County of Marin full-time

    Pros

    Amazing benefits, great people, a lot of career advancement

    Cons

    As a County employee pay is higher compared to other Counties but still not the best.

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County of Marin Interviews

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    Court Clerk Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in San Rafael, CA
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at County of Marin (San Rafael, CA) in March 2016.

    Interview

    Applied online. Received response 2 weeks later to set-up interview. Interview was before 2 separate panels of four people. Each panel included employees of department who had been at court for many years. Each person asked two questions from a list. Some members of panel were friendlier than others.

    This process took way too long. Was told after interview that they would get back to me in a week or two. It took four weeks to hear that I did not get job. After two weeks of not hearing from court, I assumed that I didn't make next round of interviews or get job. Thought they could have been more considerate about getting back to candidates, especially if you know the candidate is not going to make to second round of interviews.

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County of Marin Awards & Accolades

  • Certificate of Distinction, ICMA Center for Performance Measurement, 2013
  • Certificate of Distinction, ICMA Center for Performance Measurement, 2012
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