Find 12173 civil service commissions (CSC) and labor boards. Civil service commissions provide information about civil service exams, tests and results, civil service recruitment, department of personnel, CSC websites, and civil servant jobs.
Columbia County Civil Service Commission 401 State Street Hudson NY 12534 9.0 miles from 12173 518-828-6622
Greene County Civil Service Commission 411 Main Street Catskill NY 12414 12.3 miles from 12173 518-719-3253
Rensselaer Civil Service Commission 62 Washington Street Rensselaer NY 12144 17.9 miles from 12173 518-462-0419
Albany County Civil Service Commission 112 State Street Albany NY 12207 18.7 miles from 12173 518-447-7770
Albany Civil Service Commission 24 Eagle Street Albany NY 12207 18.8 miles from 12173 518-434-5049
Albany Civil Service Commission 143 Washington Avenue Albany NY 12210 19.1 miles from 12173 518-436-8622
Troy Civil Service Commission 1776 6th Avenue Troy NY 12180 24.5 miles from 12173 518-270-4612
Cohoes Civil Service Commission 97 Mohawk Street Cohoes NY 12047 27.4 miles from 12173 518-233-2132
Schenectady County Civil Service Commission 620 State Street Schenectady NY 12305 31.1 miles from 12173 518-388-4233
Kingston Civil Service Commission 420 Broadway Kingston NY 12401 33.6 miles from 12173 845-334-3921
Ulster County Civil Service Commission 244 Fair Street Kingston NY 12401 33.6 miles from 12173 845-340-3539
Schoharie County Civil Service Commission 300 Main Street Schoharie NY 12157 34.3 miles from 12173 518-295-8369
Saratoga Springs Civil Service Commission 5 Lake Avenue Saratoga Springs NY 12866 48.6 miles from 12173 518-587-3550
Gloversville Civil Service Commission 3 Frontage Road Gloversville NY 12078 55.2 miles from 12173 518-773-4529
Yes. Although the U.S. Civil Service Commission was dissolved in 1979, its responsibilities related to civil service were transferred to the newly created Office of Personnel Management and the Merit Systems Protection Board.
No. Certain positions are considered exempt from civil service principles and protections at every level of government. It is generally accepted that chief elected officials, such as mayors, governors, and the President, should have the ability to appoint individuals with similar political and policy orientation to head departments or other high level, leadership positions.
Responsibility for Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) plans typically falls within the human resources or personnel department of an agency, or within an office established specifically for developing and implementing EEO/AA plans.