How does the Commission use an Eligibility List?

Eligibility lists are used when an appointing authority wishes to fill a vacancy in the classified service. After a request is made by the appointing authority, the Civil Service Commission can provide a certified list of the top ten candidates or the top 25%, whichever number is higher. For every extra vacancy one extra name may be added to the certified list. The certified list will be sent to the appropriate department, they must then select a candidate from the provided list of names to fill the vacancy. If a candidate fails to respond to an interview request, fails to appear for an interview, declines the position, or cannot be reached they may be removed from the certified list and eligibility list. 

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1. If I want a job with the City, what do I have to do?
2. How do I use to apply for a position in the city?
3. How does the process work?
4. Are Civil Service Exams Job Specific?
5. What kinds of tests/exams does the Civil Service Commission give?
6. Does the Civil Service Commission use any outside testing companies?
7. Who develops the Civil Service Exams?
8. Where are the tests given?
9. Can I apply for a City job if I have been convicted of a felony?
10. Do Veterans receive bonus credit on Civil Service Exams?
11. What is an Eligibility List?
12. How does the Commission use an Eligibility List?
13. How long is an Eligibility List in effect?
14. How to I find information about my current status in the hiring process?
15. When are Civil Service Commission meetings?
16. Are all jobs within the City considered classified?