Questions and Answers about County of San Diego

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What is the interview process like?


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Panel Interview.

Answered - SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES ANALYST (Former Employee) - Kearny Mesa, CA

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Varies depending upon site


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What does the ‘park maintenance worker’ exam consist of ?


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Basically a questionnaire performed by untrained employees

Answered - Fleet Technician (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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You take a computer test to measure the strength of your academic skills, and then you are interviewed by a panel of school principals. They ask the same three questions to everybody.

Answered - Classroom Assistant (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA

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It was fine, i felt comfortable.

Answered - Student worker (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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Usually a few months.

Answered - Clerical Assistant (Former Employee) - San Diego, CA

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Difficult and long.
#1 - wait for a recruitment to open and apply.
#2 - wait about a month to find out if your experience qualifies you to continue the application process.
#3 - take a test, then wait another month for the results
#4 - when you finally do get the results and your "rank" you are simply placed on a waiting list for six months to a year, depending on the position.
#5 - if you happen to be in the top 10% of the ranking, meaning 90% or above in your test score, and get an interview and are selected for the position you then have to go through background AND a medical screening. This could take up to three months, especially if you're an older job seeker and your fingerprints are rejected by DOJ or FBI. If that happens, it will DEFINITELY be three months longer to wait for your first day of real county work.

Answered - OFFICE ASSISTANT (Current Employee) - San Diego, CA

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