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Testing and assessment varies for each position. The examination may be a computer test, written test, oral interview, a training and experience rating, or a combination of these.
Testing is usually scheduled during normal business hours.
Appointment to some positions requires candidates to take medical examinations. These positions include public works, law enforcement, and others.
Some positions require a drug test and some also require a psychological examination and complete background check.
We accept online applications for open positions only (except for Human Services).
A completed Chisago County Application Form must be received by the time and date listed on the job posting. Late applications will not be accepted.
Human Services is covered under the Minnesota Merit System and has a separate application to complete. After submitting an application to the Minnesota Merit System, they will notify you of an exam time.
Based on passing scores, a register is compiled by the state. When a position is open, an agency requests a register to interview from.
If your completed application indicates that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position, you will be notified by email or phone of the next step in the selection process. The next step could be a written test, oral interview, or other assessment.
If your application is no longer being considered, you will be notified by email within 2 weeks of the closing of the position.
Should you have a disability that would prevent you from testing a position under standard conditions, please notify the Human Resources Director at 651-213-8830, so that every reasonable accommodation can be made.
You may view current openings from our employment opportunities page.