Find 12604 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.
Beacon New York Civil Service Commission 568 Route 52 Beacon NY 12508 11.9 miles from 12604 845-831-1000
Newburgh Civil Service Commission 83 Broadway Newburgh NY 12550 14.4 miles from 12604 845-569-7340
Kingston Civil Service Commission 420 Broadway Kingston NY 12401 17.4 miles from 12604 845-334-3921
Ulster County Civil Service Commission 244 Fair Street Kingston NY 12401 18.1 miles from 12604 845-340-3539
Middletown Civil Service Commission 16 James Street Middletown NY 10940 32.1 miles from 12604 845-346-4106
Greene County Civil Service Commission 411 Main Street Catskill NY 12414 36.8 miles from 12604 518-719-3253
Columbia County Civil Service Commission 401 State Street Hudson NY 12534 39.3 miles from 12604 518-828-6622
Trumbull Civil Service Commission 5866 Main Street Trumbull CT 06611 45.9 miles from 12604 203-452-5040
Port Jervis Civil Service Commission 20 Hammond Street Port Jervis NY 12771 46.7 miles from 12604 845-858-4052
Bridgeport Civil Service Commission 45 Lyon Terrace Bridgeport CT 06604 50.4 miles from 12604 203-576-7103
Yonkers Civil Service Commission 40 South Broadway Yonkers NY 10701 52.2 miles from 12604 914-377-6092
New Rochelle Civil Service Commission 515 North Avenue New Rochelle NY 10801 53.4 miles from 12604 914-654-2171
Milford Civil Service Commission 70 West River Street Milford CT 06460 53.7 miles from 12604 203-783-3239
Mt Vernon Civil Service Commission 1 Roosevelt Square North Mount Vernon NY 10550 53.7 miles from 12604 914-665-2357
Hamden Civil Service Commission 2750 Dixwell Avenue Hamden CT 06518 55.1 miles from 12604 203-287-7130
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.