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Complete benefit and salary information is available on the City's website. For specific benefits click on the job description of your choice and select the benefits tab.
Yes, visit the job listings page for the most up to date information.
Applications must be received by 5 p.m. on the final filing date.
Each recruitment is open for a certain filing period during which employment applications are accepted. A separate City of Modesto employment application is required for each job.
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Each job requires a separate employment application. You may create an application that can be saved and used to apply for more than one job opening by creating and logging into your Government Jobs account.
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Applications are screened and all candidates are notified via email or US mail of the status of their application. For those who are invited to continue in the testing process, the notification will outline the next step, which may include a written exam, performance test, or oral board, etc.
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If you believe that the city is responsible for damages to you or your property, you must file a written claim within 6 months of the incident in most cases. In order to meet legal requirements you must supply specific information. To assist you in meeting those requirements, the city has prepared a claim form for your use. Claim forms (PDF) are available online or in person from the City Clerk's Office or the Risk Management Division.
Completed claims should be mailed or hand delivered to the City Clerk's Office along with copies of invoices, receipts or pictures documenting your damages.
The Public Works Forestry Division has established an excellent maintenance and pruning program for city trees. The courts have consistently ruled that this program shows that the city provides reasonable care. Consequently, when tree limbs do fall it is considered an Act of Nature and the city is not responsible.