Los Angeles may be a Mecca for the rich, famous, and wannabes but there is little glamour in running a city of more than 4 million people. Governing responsibilities are shared among the city's mayor and city council, while more than 40 various commissions, departments, and bureaus see to the more mundane daily operations that keep the wheels spinning. Elected every four years, the mayor appoints most commission members (subject to approval by the city council) and serves as the city's executive officer. Also elected to four year terms, the city's 15 district council...
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Antonio R. Villaraigosa
Declined Offer – Interviewed in East Los Angeles, CA (US) Jul 2012 – Reviewed Aug 07, 2013
Interview Details 1. Met Recruiter on Campus (UCLA)
2. Called Kathy Colobong (Director of the Program)
3. Brief phone interview (reason of applying, background- such as school, major, location)
4. After 1 week, 1 on 1 interview (I was in a group interview since I went with two of my classmates): basic questions… – Full Interview
Patience is required for this job since you will be handling civilians who may not speak English or may not speak at all (by personal difficulties such as disability). How would you handle stress in… – View Answer
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