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Decentralized NY State Civil Service Exam
SUNY Oneonta is establishing a list of eligible candidates for the positions of Plant Utilities Assistant and Plant Utilities Engineer 1. These are New York State Civil Service Titles.
These exams are now decentralized, continuous recruitment exams. The application and supplemental questionnaire replace traveling to an exam test site and sitting for an exam. You must complete the application and supplemental questionnaire and submit it directly to SUNY Oneonta to be considered for Plant Utilities Assistant and Plant Utilities Engineer 1 positions at SUNY Oneonta.
When vacancies occur, SUNY Oneonta will follow established New York State Department of Civil Service canvassing procedures. Click here to learn more about that process.
To view the New York State Department of Civil Service exam announcements for these titles click here.
Click on the title below to access the corresponding application and supplemental questionnaire. Applications and supplemental questionnaires must be completed in full and include all documents required to show proof of education and experience.
Applications and supplemental questionnaires must be completed in full and include all documents required to show proof of education and experience. Completed application packages should be mailed to:
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