The state civil service laws are deed to ensure merit-based hiring for most state government positions. Technically, the state civil service covers all positions in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. However, when people speak of the "civil service" they generally are referring to the classified civil service. There is a statutory presumption that executive branch state employees are in the classified civil service. The law provides that employees in the legislative and judicial branches are in the unclassified civil service.
Louis County and Arrowhead Regional Corrections Employment Opportunities are publicized primarily on the current job posting. They may also be found on our Facebookon bulletin boards throughout county buildings, in local and regional newspaper advertisements, and on other employment websites. Anyone meeting the minimum qualifications of the position advertised is welcome to apply.
Read each posting to learn about the application materials needed, the application deadline, and the selection process for the position you are interested in. Apply for jobs at St. Louis County: Read each posting for application and selection details.
Once your application is received, it will be reviewed to determine whether or not the minimum qualifications have been met. When the determination is made, applications are either scored for experience and training or candidates are notified of eligibility to participate in the next level of exams. After all candidates have been scored notification is sent regarding the final score.
Passing candidates are placed on the eligible register. Candidates who do not pass all the required examinations are notified and must re-apply during the next posting.
St Louis County uses several different methods to determine your final score such as:. Any combination of these can be used to determine the final scoring.
All applicants that qualify for the eligible register will receive notification of their score. Written exam answer sheets and other assessment materials are available for review within 60 days; the test questions are not made available to candidates for review.
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Apply For Jobs Apply for jobs at St. Louis County: Read each posting for application and selection details Complete your application and attach required documentation Submit documents by application closing date Contact Human Resources Staff at if you have questions. Only experience occurring during the ten most recent years will be used in determining experience and training ratings.
Include all related job experience on the application even if you attach a to ensure that you are given credit for all experience and training. List each promotion as a separate job, even though it may have been with the same department or organization.
Part-time work experience must be prorated to the of hours worked, using a hour work week as the standard for full-time work. Read and answer Supplemental Questionnaire carefully. Responses are typically scored by a subject matter expert and may need to be supported by the application education, jobs, training, and certifications.
Be thorough. Your application and supporting material becomes the property of St. Louis County and cannot be returned.
Louis County Human Resources office will suspend walk-up services until further notice. All online, and phone-based services will continue to be staffed. If you have questions, please contact Contact Christina Hansen Sr. St.