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July 29, 2014
 Information & NewsDepartmentsPersonnel CommissionEmploymentSummary-Recruitment PracticesExamination Process   

 
EXAMINATION PROCESS

EXAMINATION PROCESS:
This may consist of two or more of the following parts:

1.

A written examination of technical knowledge, skills, and abilities is normally administered. It may cover any subject matter appropriate to the duties of the position. This portion is normally weighed 50%.

2.

An oral examination, or its equivalent, to explore and verify your personal qualifications, education, experience, training, and personal suitability for service in this classification will be conducted by an oral interview panel. This portion of the exam process normally weighted 50% of the test, and you must achieve a weighted passing score of 70%. Oral interviews are required by law to be TAPE RECORDED.

3.

Specific proficiency test may be required for some positions. 

4.

Other examination processes which the Personnel Commission Office determines to be related to the job may also be administered.

Make every effort to be on time since we cannot admit anyone once instructions have begun. Attendance will be at the candidate's expense.  

NOTIFICATION OF EXAMINATION AND EXAM RESULTS:
Candidates are normally notified by email or U.S. Mail of the time and place of examinations. Examination results are sent out as soon as possible following grading and compilation scores. Examination scores are NOT given over the phone.  It is the candidate's responsibility to notify Personnel Commission of change of address/phone number for contact.

PROTEST PROCEDURE:
A protest of any part of an examination must be in writing, and must be submitted during the FIVE DAY review period, or received in the office of the Director of Classified Personnel not later than the fifth working day following the day candidates' exam results are emailed/mailed. Any protest must include rationale to support the protest.

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