Friday, February 28, 2020
City of Worcester - Where Diversity Works
The City of Worcester is proud to be a city with a well educated and diverse work force. With the City of Worcester employees enjoy paid vacation and sick days, paid holidays and group health insurance. Full Time, Part Time as well as Paid and Non-Paid Internship positions are offered.
Click on the Title of the position to view the complete listing which includes additional information such as department/division, job description, wage, etc. Interested candidates should follow the instructions for each opening in order to apply for the position(s) of interest.
The City of Worcester is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Preference is given to Worcester residents.
The City of Worcester assures that every individual shall have equal access to all City employment opportunities. The City is all inclusive and will not discriminate on the basis of disability, gender identity & expression, sexual orientation, race, age, color, religious creed, national origin, genetic information, ancestry, military service or source of income.
*Note: AHC Internships are for Public Health's Academic Health Collaborative.
Additionally, the City of Worcester offers Civil Service open examinations as the service need may require. Promotional exams are ONLY for current employees of the City of Worcester. Civil Service promotional examinations will be offered according to the departments’ requests.
Labor Service jobs are filled through the Labor Service registration where applicants are placed on waiting lists and ranked in order of registration date. Qualified veterans receive statutory preference and their names are placed at the top of the list in order of their registration number.
A list of Labor Service job titles with entrance requirements is on display in the Human Resources Department (Room 109).
Registration cards are mailed to all applicants indicating a registration number valid for five years, subject to all provisions of civil service laws and rules. During the five year period, applicants may add job titles to their registration number, for which they qualify, in writing. Applicants who wish to renew their registration for an additional five years may do so in writing within the six months period immediately following the expiration date. Failure to renew will result in removal from the Labor Service register. Applicants are notified in writing when their registration number is reached for certification. It is the responsibility of the applicant to update the Human Resources Office with a new address in writing.
Labor applications are continuously accepted whether or not there is a current position vacant. The staff of the Human Resources Department in City Hall is available to assist you. Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Information is available regarding your registration and current ranking on the Labor Service eligible lists. Please do not hesitate to stop by our office at City Hall, Room 109, or to call us with questions at 508-799-1030.
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