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To find a Job Bulletin online
The Job Bulletin is the "announcement" that lets you know the County is looking for people to apply for a job. It provides information on the position including:
- Duties and responsibilities of the job
- Minimum requirements and desirable qualifications. This might include areas like education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities, certifications, etc.
- What the "examination" – or evaluation process – will include. For example, a written test, an interview, a performance test, etc.
- Who to call to request a reasonable accommodation, if you need one
- When applications must be submitted to be considered for the position
- Salary range
Job Bulletins are only available while applications are being accepted for a particular position. You can find Job Bulletins for open positions on our online Job Application system.
To search for Class Specifications online
A Class Specification or Class "Spec" provides a general description of a job. Many companies call this type of document a Job Description. Class Spec is a term used by state and local governments as well as on the federal level. Class Specifications are always available, but does not necessarily mean that the County is accepting applications for that position – it only describes jobs that exist in the County.
Class Specs provide:
- Typical duties performed on the job
- Minimum requirements for the position including education, experience, certifications and any other special skills that are required
If you find a job that interests you, check and see if a Job Bulletin is available. If not, that means the County is not currently accepting applications for that position. However, you can visit our online Job Application System, CREATE A PROFILE and complete a Job Interest Card by clicking on Job Information, then Job Interest Card. You will then automatically receive an email when a Job Bulletin is posted for that position, indicating that the County is now accepting applications.
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Once you have studied the job bulletin and/or class specification to learn about the job, you should think about your experiences that best match the duties, responsibilities, and requirements of the job.