What Testing is Done?
Many City positions, especially entry-level jobs, require applicants to take written and/or computerized examinations. Tests are one of the most useful tools to hire qualified people for public service jobs because they allow candidates to demonstrate their abilities and knowledge as they relate to the essential functions of the position. Therefore, different types of tests are given for different types of jobs. These tests occur before the interview process so that the employer knows the skill level of the applicant before they have an opportunity to develop an impression of that person.
Notification for Testing
If you meet the minimum qualifications of the position for which you applied, you will receive notification of the required testing. Applicants usually receive written notification of scheduled examinations. Proof of identification is required for admittance to the exam. Please arrive at least 10 minutes prior to your test time to check-in and get seated. Entrance will not be permitted once instruction has begun.
Drug Testing / Background Screening
The City of Hinesville is committed to providing a safe and comfortable environment for the public and their families, as well as offering all employees the security in knowing their co-workers are as trustworthy, safety-oriented and drug-free as they are. In order to meet these safety and security goals, in addition to requiring that all potential new employees get tested for illegal drugs, the City of Hinesville also conducts a thorough background screening.
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