No. Applications for vacant positions must be submitted online at City of Richmond Job Opportunities.
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Personnel Board meeting information is available at Personnel Board | Richmond, CA - Official Website or by contacting the Human Resources Department at 510-620-6602.
Personnel Board agendas and minutes are available at http://www.ci.richmond.ca.us/1090/Personnel-Board.
The City of Richmond Human Resources Department is located on the third floor of City Hall at 450 Civic Center Plaza, Suite 310, Richmond, CA 94804. Business hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Take AC Transit Bus # 72M to Macdonald Avenue and 25th Street. Walk north on 25th Street, right on Nevin Avenue, left on path at Civic Center Plaza to City Hall building. Visit https://www.actransit.org/# for more information and/or options.
City of Richmond current job openings are available at City of Richmond Job Opportunities Page.
City of Richmond applications are available for current positions that are presently vacant at City of Richmond Job Opportunities webpage.
A City of Richmond job interest card is available online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/richmondca/jobInterestCards/categories. Place a check in the box next to each job category for which you would like to receive email notifications, click the 'Subscribe' button, fill out information, and then click the 'Submit' button.
No. Resumes are not accepted in lieu of applications. Only a City of Richmond application for a specific, vacant position will be considered for job openings unless otherwise specified. City of Richmond Job Opportunities
Applications that have OPEN on the position line will not be accepted. Only applications for current vacant positions will be accepted. For current vacant jobs and opportunities, visit City of Richmond Job Opportunities
Yes. Applications for current open positions are available at City of Richmond Job Opportunities webpage.
City of Richmond job applications are only accepted online at City of Richmond Job Opportunities
City of Richmond job applications are only accepted online at City of Richmond Job Opportunities.
Each certificate must be obtained within six (6) months of submission. Each certificate must include the following: name of the school, agency or institution conducting the testing; the equipment used (typewriter/computer); the gross and net number of words, and the number of errors; the signature of the individual responsible for the testing; and the testing date.
SPECIAL NOTE: On-line or website-generated typing certificates DO NOT fall within the specified guidelines as stipulated above, and will be rejected if submitted.
All applications will be reviewed by the assigned Human Resources Analyst for completeness and accuracy by the closing date. Once determined that the applicant is eligible to move forward in the examination process, the applicant may be invited to an examination to determine skill level or to an interview. The results of the examination process are tabulated and the applicant placed on an employment list that is active for two (2) years after the date of establishment.
Prior to appointment, selected candidates may undergo a pre-employment background check. Depending on the position, components of the background may include Live Scan (fingerprinting), medical examination, drug screen, DMV driving history, credit check, education verification, polygraph, and/or a psychological examination.
All hires on or after October 18, 2021 must be fully vaccinated, including the booster, for COVID-19. new employees will be required to provide proof of full vaccination or have an approved medical or religious accommodation before employment may commence.
Employee benefit information is available City of Richmond Employment Benefits webpage.
Yes. T-Scores from outside agencies are accepted by the City of Richmond Human Resources Department as long as it was acquired within one (1) year. The T-Score documentation must be attached to your application upon submission.