The following are tips that may help assist you in completing an online application:
Please review the “Minimum Qualifications” section of the job announcement. Your application will be evaluated as to the minimum qualifications listed on the job announcement. Only those applicants meeting the requirements listed will be invited to test for the position.
Filling Out an Online Application on Government Jobs:
If you have questions or need assistance filling out the online application, please call the Helpline at (855) 524-5627.
Submitting your application:
Application materials must be received by the last date to apply as noted on the job announcement. When applying online, please make sure you have received an email confirmation that your application has been received prior to this date and time.
When you turn in your application, please let us know if you need an accommodation during the testing process (i.e. wheelchair accommodation, reading disability, hearing impairment, etc.).
After your application has been received:
After your application has been received, it is screened using the “Minimum Qualifications” listed on the job announcement. All applicants who have shown that they meet the minimum qualifications will be notified of the date of the first examination part either via standard mail or email. All applicants who have been deemed to not meet the minimum requirements will also be notified of the reason for their disqualification via standard mail or email. All applicants should receive some notification no later than 2 weeks after the closing date posted on the job announcement (also posted online).
Criminal Background Check:
Failure to disclose any felony or misdemeanor conviction, even if the conviction is expunged, on the application form will be cause for non-hire. Click here to learn more about violent or serious felonies barring employment.