Exempt recruitment & hiring

Recruitment and hiring of Exempt positions takes place at the agency level.  Each state agency has a recruitment and selection policy and/or procedure that best meet the client, employee, management, and organizational needs. State rules require the policy and procedures for recruitment and selection are flexible and permit methods and strategies to be varied and customized for each agency’s recruitment and selection needs.  

Where do I find Exempt jobs?

Agencies recruit and hire for Exempt positions in many different forums.  The most common places to find job postings are:

How do I apply?

Each agency has their own requirements for processing applications but they generally include a resume and very specific application materials.  You can find detailed information on the job posting.

What should I know before I apply for an Exempt?

Exempt is the term used to identify positions exempt from state civil service law.  These positions do not have the same rights as classified positions. Anyone applying for an Exempt position should educate themselves about the employee expectations and rights by viewing the related information found using the links below.

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