Please read and follow the step-by-step OBTAINING AN APPLICATION instructions. We encourage you to complete a online application. Access our County Job Opportunities page for our current job opportunities and click on the job title of interest. You will have the opportunity to print. It is your responsibility to submit a complete application with all the required documents specified in the Career Opportunity Announcement.
As your qualifications for jobs is based on the information provided on your application and supportive documents if applicable, it is very important that you thoroughly complete the application form and provide detailed descriptions of your duties and responsibilities for each job you held.
To be considered timely, your online must be submitted to the Department ofHuman Resourcesby the deadline to apply. If any documents are missing, your application will be considered incomplete. An incomplete application will be rejected or may not be processed. To avoid delays, be sure to submit all of the required forms and documentation at the same time. If you are applying for jobs listed on different Career Opportunity Announcements, you must submit a "complete application" for each announcement. Applications and documents submitted by e-mail or fax will not be accepted.
Note: Your application materials will not be returned. DO NOT submit original documents that you may need in the future.
Your preferences regarding employment conditions such as temporary work, shift work, interest in working at different geographical areas will be used to refer you to available vacancies.
If you are claiming the 5 or 10 points Veterans' Preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214 and/or other substantiating documents specifying the periods of your service.
Five points veterans preference may be awarded to honorably separated veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces:
a. During the period December 7, 1941 to July 1, 1955;
b. For more than 180 consecutive days from January 31, 1955 through October 14, 1976 (not including initial active duty for training under Reserve or National Guard programs); or
c. In a campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge or service medal was authorized.
Ten points veterans preference may be awarded to:
a. Honorably separated veterans with service-connected disability, including those awarded the Purple Heart;
b. The spouse of an honorably separated veteran with a service-connected disability which qualifies the veteran for State positions in his/her usual occupation; or
c. An unremarried, surviving spouse of a person who died while on active duty, or of an honorably separated veteran who served during the periods cited above.
To receive 5 points, you must submit a copy of your DD-214 showing dates of honorable service with this application. To receive 10 points, you must submit an official statement from the Veterans Administration or armed service dated within the past 12 months which confirms your qualification to receive 10 points preference. Spouses or widows must also submit evidence of marriage, and, as applicable, veteran’s death.