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Q&A: What is the typical waiting period if I applied for a job for the Los Angeles county?

by tom44 on August 8, 2013

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Question by Kalyfornia: What is the typical waiting period if I applied for a job for the Los Angeles county?
I applied for a job for the Los Angeles County and I heard that it might take over a year to get an interview. My sister had applied for a job in Feb. and got confirmation in September for the exam in October. She then heard back from them in April of the next year confirming an interview but by then, she returned back to school. The job she applied was on a continuous basis but the position I applied had a deadline for this April. Would I have to go through the same process as her?

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Answer by Andrew D
at the same time u dont mind apply for other job too?
http://andrewdaienterprises.myfastforum.org/index.php

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One thought on “Q&A: What is the typical waiting period if I applied for a job for the Los Angeles county?

  1. Goku50 says:

    It takes quite a while to get a job with the county. I applied for two positions in July of last year. It took three months before I got a letter to take the exam. After that two months, for my interview. If you pass both parts and are in the top three bands, then they do a background check which they tell you takes 4-6 weeks (but in my case much longer) and after that they call you to take a medical exam. I passed for both positions. I just recently got hired this month for one of the position. So from the time I sent in the application, to the time I started my job, the whole process has been 8 months. The other position hasn’t even gotton back to me yet, even though I passed the exam, did the interview, and passed a background check. They really have a preferance for people who already work in the county. So, if the job your applying for is entry-level or your new to the county, it is more difficult to get in, even if you pass everything, it could take awhile, but once your already employed, its easier to move around. But be patience, because if you pass everything, you will get a job, but it is going to take a long time. This is just my experience, maybe you will get call sooner, but its normal to apply and start the job a couple months later.

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