The Suffolk County Government, one of the largest employers on Long Island and the local governments within its jurisdictions, currently employs a total of approximately 40,000 individuals throughout its civil service system.
The Suffolk County Department of Civil Service works with the New York State Department to schedule and administer the Suffolk County Civil Service exams, post available jobs, minimum education requirements, and necessary experience qualifications.
Residency in the county is not required for taking any of the Suffolk County Civil Service Exams, but effect your chances of recieving a job offer.
|Exam Title||Examination Dates|
|Senior Administrative Assistant||April 29th, 2017|
|Publich Safety Dispatcher||May 6th, 2017|
|Probation Officer Trainee||May 20th, 2017|
|Clerk Typist||June 3rd, 2017|
Remember: although the Civil Service Exams of Suffolk County may be one of Long Island’s civil service exams and similar to the exams of New York State, every county has its own specific policies, requirements, and job openings.
Suffolk County’s Civil Service Exams vary in many distinct aspects, thus the most important approach to your Suffolk County Civil Service Exam is to build a foundation with practice tests in order to gain a level of familiarity and thorough comprehension of the exam and its components.
JobTestPrep provides you with different practice tests, including answers and detailed explanations, to help you get the high score and the job you want. We also offer the Suffolk County Police preparation package.
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