Bonner County Civil Service Commission

Find Bonner County Idaho 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.

Pend Oreille County Civil Service Commission 625 4th Street Newport WA 99156 21.8 miles from Bonner County 509-447-2712

Spokane County Civil Service Commission 1229 West Mallon Avenue Spokane WA 99201 58.8 miles from Bonner County 509-477-4711

Spokane Civil Service Commission 808 West Spokane Falls Boulevard Spokane WA 99201 58.8 miles from Bonner County 509-625-6160

Okanogan County Civil Service Commission 149 4th Avenue North Okanogan WA 98840 135.6 miles from Bonner County 509-422-7326

Klickitat County Civil Service Commission 228 West Main Street Goldendale WA 98620 262.4 miles from Bonner County 509-773-2483

Seattle Civil Service Commission 700 5th Avenue Seattle WA 98104 268.4 miles from Bonner County 206-386-1301

Bellingham Civil Service Commission 210 Lottie Street Bellingham WA 98225 269.2 miles from Bonner County 360-778-8220

Tacoma Civil Service Commission 747 Market Street Tacoma WA 98402 279.7 miles from Bonner County 253-591-5432

Pierce County Civil Service Commission 901 Tacoma Avenue South Tacoma WA 98402 279.9 miles from Bonner County 253-798-6250

Grays Harbor County Civil Service Commission 100 West Broadway Avenue Montesano WA 98563 337.4 miles from Bonner County 360-249-5400

Portland Civil Service Commission 1120 Southwest 5th Avenue Portland OR 97204 345.1 miles from Bonner County 503-988-5035

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About Civil Service Commissions

Is there a federal Civil Service Commission?

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.

Are all government jobs covered by a Civil Service Commission?

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.

Does the Civil Service Commission implement Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action plans?

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.