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Geneseo, NY 14454
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Yes. Resumes are not accepted during the application process, but may be taken to an interview. Therefore, your application needs to be complete and should include all qualifying information.
When you sign your application form, you sign an affirmation which indicates that the information you provide is true and complete. This affirmation is signed under penalties of perjury. If you are not certain of the appropriate response to an item on the application form, please look into the matter and make sure your response is correct. Providing incorrect information may result in the disapproval of your application, disqualification from taking an examination, and/or removal from office if discovered after appointment.
All misdemeanor and felony criminal convictions must be disclosed on your application. This includes convictions that occurred a long time prior to the application. A separate Sworn Statement form must be completed for each conviction. This information is reviewed in accordance with law to determine whether the conviction(s) disqualify the individual from prospective employment. While most convictions are not disqualifying, all must be reviewed to determine whether they adversely affect an applicant’s fitness for appointment. It is important that the information provided be accurate and complete.
No, each competitive class title has its own Civil Service exam.
You will need to fully complete a Livingston County Application for Examination or Employment. Please make sure you include all of your qualifying education, training and/or experience on the application form. The application must be submitted with the examination fee to the Livingston County Human Resources Office no later than the deadline posted on the exam announcement.
You may view a list of exams on the Livingston County website at: www.livingstoncounty.us or at the Livingston County Human Resources Office: 6 Court Street, Room 206, Geneseo, NY 14454.
Exam fees are accepted in the form of cash, money order, or Cashier's check. Personal checks, debit and credit cards are not accepted. Effective with the January 2020 exams, refunds will no longer be provided for a disapproved application.
A position is posted via a provisional posting when that position requires a Civil Service examination and there is not currently a valid eligible list. Any applicant who meets the qualifications of the title is welcome and encouraged to apply. The chosen candidate is then hired on a provisional basis. The next time that exam is offered the provisional employee must apply for, take, pass the exam, and be reachable on the eligible list to be eligible for appointment (i.e. continuing employment). If these conditions are not met, removal from the position is mandatory except in some limited circumstances set forth in law.
A position is posted via an informational posting when that position requires a Civil Service examination and there is currently a valid eligible list. Due to collective bargaining agreements the County is required to provide notice of the vacancy, even though we have a valid pool of candidates at the time. Therefore, only those who are currently employed by the County within that title may apply.
Livingston County only accepts employment applications for positions with Livingston County. This includes positions with its departments. These departments include: the Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, Central Services, Community Services/Mental Health, County Clerk, County Treasurer, Department of Health, Department of Motor Vehicles, District Attorney, Economic Development, Emergency Management Services, Emergency Medical Services, Highway, Historian, Office for the Aging, Human Resources, Planning, Probation, Public Defender, Real Property Tax Services, Records Management, Sheriff, Social Services, Veteran Services Agency, Workforce Development, etc.
Job openings may be announced in a number of ways. Some positions are advertised in local or other publications, while other positions are posted on the Human Resources Office bulletin board and on the Job Openings page of the County website. The County website address is: www.livingstoncounty.us.
You must complete a Livingston County application for employment and submit it to the Human Resources Office by the deadline. Late applications will not be considered. You may submit the application in person, via mail, email, or fax.
You may submit the application late, but it will not be considered for the current opening. The application will be kept on file for six months. If a future opening occurs, you may “activate” your on-file application for that opening by calling the Human Resources Office.
If your address and/or other contact information changes, you should provide written notice of this fact and provide your new contact information to the Human Resources Office promptly. If your residency changes, you may be asked to provide verification of your new residence address.
Only those who actually reside within Livingston County qualify as Livingston County residents. For most County positions, Livingston County residents are given preference in hiring.
No, you must have a physical address within Livingston County with the present intent to remain in the County for a period of time that is not temporary or of brief duration. Please see the response to the preceding question.
If you change your residence, you must notify your department promptly. You may be asked to provide proof of your new residency.