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Yes. You must submit a separate application for each job. You may apply for as many jobs as you wish as long as the positions are currently open.
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Sometimes, it may be several weeks or longer between steps in the recruitment process. This ensures fair evaluation and allows us to find the best person for the job. The time and effort are worth it; a job may be waiting for you!
Our objective is to hire the best person for the job, so competition is keen. Each job opening generates many applications. Each hiring manager reviews their applicants for job knowledge and skill sets to find the best match for their department. We encourage you to continue to apply for positions for which you are qualified.
We appreciate your patience and interest in our jobs.
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The steps of the selection process vary depending on the position. For example, an applicant screening and selection interview may be all that is required. On the other hand, applicants may be required to pass a written exam or a panel interview. Decisions about the selection process are made by the hiring manager and Personnel when the position opens.
We receive a large volume of applications. If you are selected for an interview, Personnel or the hiring department head will contact you. If you have specific details you would like to share with Personnel, you may want to attach a cover letter communicating that information.
Please send Personnel a letter, email, or fax with your name and new contact information to be placed with your application. If we are unable to contact you because you have moved or changed your phone number, your name will be withdrawn from consideration.
You only need to apply for each position once. As soon as we receive your application, Personnel manager will have access to your information. You will be contacted if selected for an interview.
Williamsburg County application is required for each position that you are interested in applying for and a resume can be attached to supplement the application, but not as a replacement.
If this section has no openings listed it means we are not recruiting for any position at this time.
When a position becomes available for recruitment, the County will issues a job announcement for the position. This announcement contains a brief job description, statement of minimum training and experience, and a description of any special qualifications that may be required, e.g. licenses, certifications.
Opening and closing dates appear on every job announcement. Be certain your application is received by the Personnel Department by 5 pm on the closing date. Depending on the number of applications received the closing date may be extended and the job announcement will read open until filled.
Job openings are updated continuously. Just visit our Job Opportunities page to see available positions, or visit the South Carolina Employment Security Commission at:590 Martin Luther King Jr. BoulevardKingstree SC 29556