Civil Service Clerk

Keep records of selection and assignment of personnel in office.

What does a Civil Service Clerk do?

Keeps records of selection and assignment of personnel in office that recruits workers from civil service register: Mails announcements of examinations and blank application forms in response to requests. Performs reception duties and answers questions about examinations, eligibility, salaries, benefits, and other pertinent information. Issues application forms to applicants at counter. Reviews applications for completeness, accuracy, and eligibility requirements. Files application forms, test papers, and records. Reviews examination ratings and places names of eligibles on register. Refers names from register to agency head and notifies eligible applicants of appointment. Posts results of interviews on file cards. Requests references from present or past employers concerning applicants. Types reports and forms. May keep records, such as group life insurance and retirement payments. May administer civil service examinations to applicants.