R.B. Civil Service
Civil service jobs are one of the most sought after professions in the world today. In fact, there are over 2.5 million federal civil servants currently serving in the US. Here in New York, thousands of candidates apply for coveted positions in hopes to secure their future. But many candidates decide to withdraw from the race—not because it’s competitive—but mainly because it’s complicated. we offer computer based training, occupational training and vocational training to help you prepare and navigate your way to civic duty.
- Age Range: 18 and older
- Location: 1100 University, Rochester NY
- Time: 6pm – 8pm
- Date: Oct 2021 – Dec 2021
Some civil service position requirements are outlined by the specific appointing authority. The merit and fitness qualifications for the job are decided upon internally, by the authority and their deputies. For instance, the position of Deputy Commissioner falls under the exempt job class.
Labor class jobs don’t really require a certain level of education standard or any work experience. These are meant to be mostly physical in nature and can be performed by low-skilled workers. Take for example the job of city laborer or the mortuary technician.
Non-competitive jobs focus more on specific educational and experience-based qualifications. This is applicable in jobs where a competitive test cannot be conducted. Take for example the position of agency attorney or community assistant.
As the name suggests, getting a job through this route involves engaging in a competition—and that’s where the written examination comes in. Competitive class jobs are open to the general public based on their academic merit and suitability for the job. Appointments within this category can either be permanent or temporary. The Suffolk County Police Examination is an example of a competitive class position.