Community Expo


 

Memorial Field


 

Mayor Thomas Reports


 

2017 City Budget


 

Recreation Department


 

Youth Bureau

Pay Parking Fine Online


 

Pay Water Bill Online


 

Pay Property Tax Online


 

Pango


 

Mount Vernon West Zoning Ordinance


 

Assessment Roll


 

Mount Vernon Animal Shelter

 

United Way 211

 

MX-1 DEIS

Follow Us

RSS Feed Vimeo Videos

New Headline

Monthly Archives: February 2016

PLANNING BOARD AGENDA – MARCH 2, 2016

2016 Safe Haven Summer Program – Applications Now Available!

Safe Haven 2016

The Mount Vernon Youth Bureau would like to welcome children and parents to the 2016 Safe Haven Summer Program. Program participants must be between the ages of 6-12 as of June 2016 in order to attend. Attached, you will find a registration package which must be completed by June 3, 2016 in order for your child to be enrolled into the Safe Haven Summer Program

The early bird special fee ending March 31, 2016 for the 6 week program is $450.00 ($400.00 for additional siblings). After March 31, 2016 the fee will be $500.00 ($450.00 for additional siblings). Money order is the ONLY form of payment accepted. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Safe Haven Summer Flyer 2016

Safe Haven Summer Application 2016

 

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD – NOVEMBER 23, 2015 MINUTES

Examination Project Coordinator Open-Competitive Exam#65-177

EXAMINATION

      PROJECT COORDINATOR 

                OPEN-COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION #65-177

DATE OF EXAMINATION:        SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016

PLACE OF EXAMINATION:      AB Davis Middle SchoolMount Vernon, New York @ 8:30 A.M.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:    APRIL 14, 2016 at 3:00pm –no exceptions

SALARY:    $27,842.00 – $62,000.00

This eligible list will be used to fill vacancies as they occur in the City of Mount Vernon Youth Bureau.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: There are no residency requirements for this examination.                                                                                

REQUIREMENTS FOR TAKING THE EXAM:

Bachelor’s Degree in Education, communications, community organization, social work, social services of a closely related field; PLUS,

  • One year of paid or volunteer experience in recruiting, organizing and working with individuals or families of diverse backgrounds; OR                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
  • One year of paid or volunteer experience in the provision of counseling, social casework or human services to individuals or families.

NOTE: For appointment from the resulting eligible list, applicants with a foreign high school diploma must submit a course by course evaluation of their educational credentials. You must pay the required evaluation fee. Evaluations will be accepted from services such as: WORLD EDUCATION SERVICES, INC., P.O. BOX 5087, NEW YORK, NY 10274 – 212-966-6311, GLOBE LANGUAGE SERVICES, INC. 319 BROADWAY #200, NEW YORK, NY 10027, 212-227-1994, OR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. P.O. BOX 3665, CULVER CITY, CA. 90231.

DUTIES: Under the general supervision of the Executive Director of the Youth Bureau, the Project Coordinator is responsible for the overall administration and coordination of an assigned program grant. The incumbent may have responsibility for only one program or may coordinate numerous programs under an umbrella grant. This individual is responsible for developing, implementing and directing programs for the City’s targeted youth population and must be a self-motivated individual who can work independently. Supervision may be exercised over assigned subordinates or volunteers and does related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Good knowledge and understanding of the City’s youth population; good knowledge of the cultural diversity of the City; good organizational skills; ability to work independently; ability to establish and maintain community relationships; ability to work with diverse population, including at risk individuals; ability to speak in public and communicate ideas to diverse audiences; good written and verbal communication skills; self motivation; time management skills; tact; integrity; ability to plan and supervise the work of others; high degree of accuracy; procedures; above average communication skills; good command of the English language; ability to present written and oral comments and opinions clearly and concisely; thoroughness; reliability; neatness of appearance and physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION: The written test will cover knowledge, skills and/or abilities in the following areas:

1) PREPARING WRITTEN MATERIAL;                                        

2) PUBLIC CONTACT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES;                      

3) UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETING WRITTEN MATERIAL.

EXPANDED SCOPE STATEMENT:

  • PREPARING WRITTEN MATERIAL – These questions test for the ability to present information clearly and accurately, and to organize paragraphs logically and comprehensibly. For some questions, you will be given information in two or three sentences followed by four restatements of the information. You must then choose the best version. For other questions, you will be given paragraphs with their sentences out of order. You must then choose, from four suggestions, the best order for the sentences.
  • PUBLIC CONTACT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES – These questions test for knowledge of techniques used to interact with other people, to gather and present information, and to provide assistance, advice, and effective customer service in a courteous and professional manner. Questions will cover such topics as understanding and responding to people with diverse needs, perspectives, personalities, and levels of familiarity with agency operations, as well as acting in a way that both serves the public and reflects well on your agency.                                                              
  • UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETING WRITTEN MATERIAL – These questions test how well you comprehend written material. You will be provided with brief reading selections and will be asked questions about the selections. All the information required to answer the questions will be presented in the selections; you will not be required to have any special knowledge relating to the subject areas of the selections.                                                  

The New York State Department of Civil Service has not prepared a test guide for this examination. However, candidates may find information in the publication “How to take a written test” helpful in preparing for this test. This publication is available on line at: www.cs.ny.gov/testing/localtestguides.cfm

Calculators are pERMITTED for this examination: DEVICES WITH TYPEWRITER KEYBOARDS, SPELL CHECKERS, PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS, ADDRESS BOOKS, LANGUAGE TRANSISTORS, DICTIONARIES OR ANY SIMILAR DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED.

Candidates are required to attain a final average rating of 70 in order to be eligible to have their name placed on the eligible list established as a result of this examination. Life on the list will be stated at the time the list is established.

APPLICATION FEE: A $15.00 NON-REFUNDABLE FILING FEE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EXAMINATION FOR MOUNT VERNON RESIDENTS. A $25.00 NON-REFUNDABLE FILING FEE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EXAMINATIONFOR NON- RESIDENTS.. The applicable fee is required and must accompany your application. If your application is received without the required fee, it will be considered incomplete and you will not be admitted to the examination. Only MONEY ORDERS will be accepted for the applications fee. The money order should be made payable to the City of Mount Vernon and be sure to write the examination number on the money order. CASH OR CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Because NO REFUND will be made, you are urged to compare your qualifications carefully with the requirements for admission.

FEE WAIVER INFORMATION: A waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are unemployed and are primarily responsible for the support of a household. In addition, a waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are determined eligible for Medicaid, receiving Supplemental Security Income payment, or Public Assistance. All claims for an application fee waiver are subject to verification. If you can verify eligibility for the application fee waiver, you must complete a “Request for Application Fee Waiver” form. This form is available in the Civil Service Office. You must submit the completed fee waiver form with your completed application.

Applications are available in the Mount Vernon Municipal Civil Service Commission Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM or send a self-addressed, legal-sized envelope to the Civil Service Commission, Room 103 – City Hall, One Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, NY 10550. Applicants may also obtain applications from the City of Mount Vernon’s website at www.cmvny.com. All applications must be returned to the Civil Service Commission Office on or before the application deadline date,

Applications received via mail will not be accepted if postmarked after the closing date deadline of April 14, 2016.

RELIGIOUS OBSERVERS AND DISABLED PERSONS: If special arrangements for testing are required, please indicate this on your application and submit on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to your application at time of submission. You will be notified of the alternate test date which will take place in City Hall.

ALTERNATE TEST DATE POLICY: Alternate test(s) date(s) may be arranged upon review of the circumstances according to the alternate Test Date Policy adopted April 14, 2008 by the Civil Service Commission. Under specific circumstances an alternate test date may be arranged. Your request with written documentation must be received in the Mt. Vernon Civil Service office no later than two (2) weeks preceding the examination. If an emergency prevents you from appearing for the examination, please notify the Civil Service office in writing no later than the Friday before the test date and provide verifiable documentation of the reason. A determination will be made as to if an alternate test date will be scheduled.

It is the responsibility of the candidate to notify the Civil Service Office of any change in name or address.

No attempt will be made to locate candidates who have moved.

    THE CITY OF MOUNT VERNON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

02/16/16

Department of Recreation: Office for the Aging / Mount Vernon Senior Program (at the Doles)

The City of Mount Vernon, New York, Richard Thomas, Mayor, Mount Vernon Department of Recreation: Darren M. Morton, Ed.D., Commissioner, Diane Atkins, MPA, Deputy Commissioner, Office for the Aging: Geraldine Christiana, Director and Mount Vernon Senior Program (at-the-Doles): Eulahlee Myers, Recreation Leader

invite Mt. Vernon Seniors to enroll in the

SENIOR COMPUTER CLASSES

Monday – Thursday

First Session: 10:30am – Noon … Second Session: 12:30pm – 2:30pm

At the: Armory, 144 North 5th Avenue & Doles, 250 South 6th Avenue

REGISTER TODAY: 914-665-2315

THOMAS 2016 - Aging - Computer Classes

Department of Recreation: EASTER FESTIVITIES 2016

The City of Mount Vernon, New York, Richard Thomas, Mayor, Mount Vernon Department of Recreation: Darren M. Morton, Ed.D., Commissioner, Diane Atkins, MPA, Deputy Commissioner, The Future Society, Inc.

invite children ages 3yrs old – 10yrs old to MtVernon’s annual

EASTER FESTIVITIES

Saturday, March 19, 2016 … 10am (while supplies last)

In case of inclement weather – re-scheduled date: Saturday, March 26, 2016

Hartley Park

(see attached flyer for details)

THOMAS 2016 - Easter Festivities

PLANNING BOARD AGENDA – MARCH 2, 2016

ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW BOARD AGENDA – FEBRUARY 24, 2016

Examination Project Coordinator Open-Competitive Exam #65-177

 

                PROJECT COORDINATOR 

                  OPEN-COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION #65-177

DATE OF EXAMINATION:       SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016

PLACE OF EXAMINATION:    AB Davis Middle SchoolMount Vernon, New York @ 8:30 A.M.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:  APRIL 14, 2016 at 3:00pm –no exceptions

SALARY:      $27,842.00 – $62,000.00

This eligible list will be used to fill vacancies as they occur in the City of Mount Vernon Youth Bureau.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: There are no residency requirements for this examination.                                                                                

REQUIREMENTS FOR TAKING THE EXAM:

Bachelor’s Degree in Education, communications, community organization, social work, social services of a closely related field; PLUS,

  • One year of paid or volunteer experience in recruiting, organizing and working with individuals or families of diverse backgrounds; OR                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
  • One year of paid or volunteer experience in the provision of counseling, social casework or human services to individuals or families.

NOTE: For appointment from the resulting eligible list, applicants with a foreign high school diploma must submit a course by course evaluation of their educational credentials. You must pay the required evaluation fee. Evaluations will be accepted from services such as: WORLD EDUCATION SERVICES, INC., P.O. BOX 5087, NEW YORK, NY 10274 – 212-966-6311, GLOBE LANGUAGE SERVICES, INC. 319 BROADWAY #200, NEW YORK, NY 10027, 212-227-1994, OR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. P.O. BOX 3665, CULVER CITY, CA. 90231.

DUTIES: Under the general supervision of the Executive Director of the Youth Bureau, the Project Coordinator is responsible for the overall administration and coordination of an assigned program grant. The incumbent may have responsibility for only one program or may coordinate numerous programs under an umbrella grant. This individual is responsible for developing, implementing and directing programs for the City’s targeted youth population and must be a self-motivated individual who can work independently. Supervision may be exercised over assigned subordinates or volunteers and does related work as required.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Good knowledge and understanding of the City’s youth population; good knowledge of the cultural diversity of the City; good organizational skills; ability to work independently; ability to establish and maintain community relationships; ability to work with diverse population, including at risk individuals; ability to speak in public and communicate ideas to diverse audiences; good written and verbal communication skills; self motivation; time management skills; tact; integrity; ability to plan and supervise the work of others; high degree of accuracy; procedures; above average communication skills; good command of the English language; ability to present written and oral comments and opinions clearly and concisely; thoroughness; reliability; neatness of appearance and physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION: The written test will cover knowledge, skills and/or abilities in the following areas:

1) PREPARING WRITTEN MATERIAL;                                        

2) PUBLIC CONTACT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES;                      

3) UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETING WRITTEN MATERIAL.

EXPANDED SCOPE STATEMENT:

  • PREPARING WRITTEN MATERIAL – These questions test for the ability to present information clearly and accurately, and to organize paragraphs logically and comprehensibly. For some questions, you will be given information in two or three sentences followed by four restatements of the information. You must then choose the best version. For other questions, you will be given paragraphs with their sentences out of order. You must then choose, from four suggestions, the best order for the sentences.
  • PUBLIC CONTACT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES – These questions test for knowledge of techniques used to interact with other people, to gather and present information, and to provide assistance, advice, and effective customer service in a courteous and professional manner. Questions will cover such topics as understanding and responding to people with diverse needs, perspectives, personalities, and levels of familiarity with agency operations, as well as acting in a way that both serves the public and reflects well on your agency.                                                              
  • UNDERSTANDING AND INTERPRETING WRITTEN MATERIAL – These questions test how well you comprehend written material. You will be provided with brief reading selections and will be asked questions about the selections. All the information required to answer the questions will be presented in the selections; you will not be required to have any special knowledge relating to the subject areas of the selections.                                                  

The New York State Department of Civil Service has not prepared a test guide for this examination. However, candidates may find information in the publication “How to take a written test” helpful in preparing for this test. This publication is available on line at: www.cs.ny.gov/testing/localtestguides.cfm

Calculators are PERMITTED for this examination: DEVICES WITH TYPEWRITER KEYBOARDS, SPELL CHECKERS, PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS, ADDRESS BOOKS, LANGUAGE TRANSISTORS, DICTIONARIES OR ANY SIMILAR DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED.

Candidates are required to attain a final average rating of 70 in order to be eligible to have their name placed on the eligible list established as a result of this examination. Life on the list will be stated at the time the list is established.

APPLICATION FEE: A $15.00 NON-REFUNDABLE FILING FEE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EXAMINATION FOR MOUNT VERNON RESIDENTS. A $25.00 NON-REFUNDABLE FILING FEE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EXAMINATIONFOR NON- RESIDENTS.. The applicable fee is required and must accompany your application. If your application is received without the required fee, it will be considered incomplete and you will not be admitted to the examination. Only MONEY ORDERS will be accepted for the applications fee. The money order should be made payable to the City of Mount Vernon and be sure to write the examination number on the money order. CASH OR CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Because NO REFUND will be made, you are urged to compare your qualifications carefully with the requirements for admission.

FEE WAIVER INFORMATION: A waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are unemployed and are primarily responsible for the support of a household. In addition, a waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are determined eligible for Medicaid, receiving Supplemental Security Income payment, or Public Assistance. All claims for an application fee waiver are subject to verification. If you can verify eligibility for the application fee waiver, you must complete a “Request for Application Fee Waiver” form. This form is available in the Civil Service Office. You must submit the completed fee waiver form with your completed application.

Applications are available in the Mount Vernon Municipal Civil Service Commission Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM or send a self-addressed, legal-sized envelope to the Civil Service Commission, Room 103 – City Hall, One Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, NY 10550. Applicants may also obtain applications from the City of Mount Vernon’s website at www.cmvny.com. All applications must be returned to the Civil Service Commission Office on or before the application deadline date,

Applications received via mail will not be accepted if postmarked after the closing date deadline of April 14, 2016.

RELIGIOUS OBSERVERS AND DISABLED PERSONS: If special arrangements for testing are required, please indicate this on your application and submit on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to your application at time of submission. You will be notified of the alternate test date which will take place in City Hall.

ALTERNATE TEST DATE POLICY: Alternate test(s) date(s) may be arranged upon review of the circumstances according to the alternate Test Date Policy adopted April 14, 2008 by the Civil Service Commission. Under specific circumstances an alternate test date may be arranged. Your request with written documentation must be received in the Mt. Vernon Civil Service office no later than two (2) weeks preceding the examination. If an emergency prevents you from appearing for the examination, please notify the Civil Service office in writing no later than the Friday before the test date and provide verifiable documentation of the reason. A determination will be made as to if an alternate test date will be scheduled.

It is the responsibility of the candidate to notify the Civil Service Office of any change in name or address.

No attempt will be made to locate candidates who have moved.

                        THE CITY OF MOUNT VERNON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

02/16/16

AMENDED Examination-Payroll Administrator Open-Competitive Exam #68-099

AMENDED

EXAMINATION

                PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR        

                      OPEN-COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION #68-099

DATE OF EXAMINATION:        SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2016

PLACE OF EXAMINATION:      AB Davis Middle SchoolMount Vernon, New York @ 8:30 A.M.

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE:   APRIL 14, 2016 at 3:00pm –no exceptions

SALARY:   $101,314.51 – $114,137.70

 At present, there is one vacancy in the Office of the Comptroller.

RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: Candidates must be a resident of the City of Mt. Vernon for not less than one year immediately preceding the date of the written examination.

REQUIREMENTS FOR TAKING THE EXAM:

  • Graduation from a regionally accredited college of university or one accredited by the New York State Board of regents to grant degrees, with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or related field; PLUS 2 years of experience involving the maintenance of financial records and accounts, 1year of which shall have been in payroll, using an automated system; OR
  • Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees; with ah Associate’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration or a closely related field; PLUS 4 years of work experience involving the maintenance of financial records and accounts, 2 of which shall have been in payroll using an automated system; OR
  • An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (a) and (b) above.

NOTE: For appointment from the resulting eligible list, applicants with a foreign high school diploma must submit a course by course evaluation of their educational credentials. You must pay the required evaluation fee. Evaluations will be accepted from services such as: WORLD EDUCATION SERVICES, INC., P.O. BOX 5087, NEW YORK, NY 10274 – 212-966-6311, GLOBE LANGUAGE SERVICES, INC. 319 BROADWAY #200, NEW YORK, NY 10027, 212-227-1994, OR INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION RESEARCH FOUNDATION, INC. P.O. BOX 3665, CULVER CITY, CA. 90231.

DUTIES: This position involves responsibility for overseeing an automated municipal payroll system. The work includes planning, implementing, and monitoring the processing of payroll data and records for the City. General Supervision is received from the City Comptroller. The incumbent had direct supervision over any employees in the Payroll Department. a Payroll Clerk.  

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Good knowledge of the principles, procedures and terminology involved in payroll administration; good knowledge of the laws, rules and regulations pertaining to payroll administration; good knowledge of data processing applications for payroll; good knowledge of business arithmetic; ability to maintain an automated payroll system; ability to analyze payroll statements; ability to operate a computer terminal and peripheral equipment; ability to effectively communicate with internal and departmental payroll staff; ability to identify and resolve departmental payroll problems; ability to plan and supervise the work of others; high degree of accuracy; procedures; above average communication skills; resourcefulness in handling administrative problems; good command of the English language; ability to present written and oral comments and opinions clearly and concisely; thoroughness; reliability; neatness of appearance and physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

SUBJECTS OF EXAMINATION: The written test will cover knowledge, skills and/or abilities in the following areas:

1) ARITHMETIC COMPUTATION WITH CALCULATOR;                                  

2) CLERICAL OPERATIONS WITH LETTERS AND NUMBES;                  

3) NAME AND NUMBER CHECKING;

4) OFFICE RECORD KEEPING;                                    

5) SUPERVISION.

EXPANDED SCOPE STATEMENT:

  • ARITHMETIC COMPUTATION WITH CALCULATOR – These questions test for the ability to use a calculator to do basic computations. Questions will involve addition subtraction, multiplication and division. You may also be asked to calculate averages, to use percent’s, and to round an answer to the nearest whole number. You should bring with you a hand-held battery-or-solar-powered calculator for use on this test. You will not be permitted to use the calculator function of your cell phone.
  • CLERICAL OPERATIONS WITH LETTERS AND NUMBERS – These questions test for skills and abilities in clerical operations involving alphabetizing, comparing, checking and counting. The questions require you to follow the specific directions given for each question which may involve alphabetizing, comparing, checking and counting given groups of letters and/or numbers.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
  • NAME AND NUMBER CHECKING – These questions test for the ability to distinguish between sets of words, letters, and/or numbers that are almost alike. Material is usually presented in two or three columns, and you will have to determine how the entry in the first column compares with the entry in the second column and possibly the third. You will be instructed to mark your answers according to a designed code provided in the directions.                                      
  • OFFICE RECORD KEEPING – These questions test your ability to perform common office record keeping tasks. The test consists of two of more “sets” of questions, each set concerning a different problem. Typical record keeping problems might involve the organization or collation of data from several sources; scheduling; maintaining a record system using running balances; or completion of a table summarizing data using totals, subtotals, averages and percent’s. You should bring with you hand-held-battery-or-solar-powered calculator for use on this test. You will not be permitted to use the calculator functions on your cell phone.
  • SUPERVISIONThese questions test for knowledge of the principles and practices employed in planning, organizing and controlling the activities of a work unit toward predetermined objectives. The concepts covered, usually in a situational question format, include such topics as assigning and reviewing work; evaluating performance; maintaining work standards; motivating and developing subordinates; implementing procedural change; increasing efficiency; and dealing with problems of absenteeism, morals and discipline.

The New York State Department of Civil Service has not prepared a test guide for this examination. However, candidates may find information in the publication “How to take a written test” helpful in preparing for this test. This publication is available on line at: www.cs.ny.gov/testing/localtestguides.cfm

Calculators are pERMITTED for this examination: DEVICES WITH TYPEWRITER KEYBOARDS, SPELL CHECKERS, PERSONAL DIGITAL ASSISTANTS, ADDRESS BOOKS, LANGUAGE TRANSISTORS, DICTIONARIES OR ANY SIMILAR DEVICES ARE PROHIBITED.

Candidates are required to attain a final average rating of 70 in order to be eligible to have their name placed on the eligible list established as a result of this examination. Life on the list will be stated at the time the list is established.

APPLICATION FEE: A $15.00 NON-REFUNDABLE FILING FEE IS REQUIRED FOR THIS EXAMINATION FOR MOUNT VERNON RESIDENTS. The applicable fee is required and must accompany your application. If your application is received without the required fee, it will be considered incomplete and you will not be admitted to the examination. Only MONEY ORDERS will be accepted for the applications fee. The money order should be made payable to the City of Mount Vernon and be sure to write the examination number on the money order. CASH OR CHECKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. Because NO REFUND will be made, you are urged to compare your qualifications carefully with the requirements for admission.

FEE WAIVER INFORMATION: A waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are unemployed and are primarily responsible for the support of a household. In addition, a waiver of the application fee will be allowed if you are determined eligible for Medicaid, receiving Supplemental Security Income payment, or Public Assistance. All claims for an application fee waiver are subject to verification. If you can verify eligibility for the application fee waiver, you must complete a “Request for Application Fee Waiver” form. This form is available in the Civil Service Office. You must submit the completed fee waiver form with your completed application.

Applications are available in the Mount Vernon Municipal Civil Service Commission Office Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM or send a self-addressed, legal-sized envelope to the Civil Service Commission, Room 103 – City Hall, One Roosevelt Square, Mount Vernon, NY 10550. Applicants may also obtain applications from the City of Mount Vernon’s website at www.cmvny.com. All applications must be returned to the Civil Service Commission Office on or before the application deadline date,

Applications received via mail will not be accepted if postmarked after the closing date deadline of April 14, 2016.

RELIGIOUS OBSERVERS AND DISABLED PERSONS: If special arrangements for testing are required, please indicate this on your application and submit on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to your application at time of submission. You will be notified of the alternate test date which will take place in City Hall.

ALTERNATE TEST DATE POLICY: Alternate test(s) date(s) may be arranged upon review of the circumstances according to the alternate Test Date Policy adopted April 14, 2008 by the Civil Service Commission. Under specific circumstances an alternate test date may be arranged. Your request with written documentation must be received in the Mt. Vernon Civil Service office no later than two (2) weeks preceding the examination. If an emergency prevents you from appearing for the examination, please notify the Civil Service office in writing no later than the Friday before the test date and provide verifiable documentation of the reason. A determination will be made as to if an alternate test date will be scheduled.

It is the responsibility of the candidate to notify the Civil Service Office of any change in name or address.

No attempt will be made to locate candidates who have moved.

 

                        THE CITY OF MOUNT VERNON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

02/16/16 (Amended on 02/24/16 to reflect salary range)

News Locator

Upcoming Events

Loading...

Other Meetings

Loading...

Recreation Calendar

Loading...

Get Adobe Reader