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Only mandatory once after orientation and DOJ background check and health test (TB), a form is mailed to you to go to a specific location due by a specific date for supervised urine test.

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6+ months. Place an application online, get a notification to take a test (along with 200+ others), receive a phone call for an interview then wait to hear if your hired.

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Be more efficient with the hiring/reassigning process

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As a current APS/IHSS SSW III-V, no APS does not provide clinical hours towards BBS licensing. To my knowledge, they have developed an internship program with less pay and is not open to current employees. It is connected through the intern's graduate program/school. Hope this helps answer your question.

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The county does hire felons depending on the type of conviction. (I know a few that work here)

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Many scenarios on how to deal with people and how I would handle situations.

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Provider is $11.50 per hour

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My past employers will provide quality information to my new employer.

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