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York County moves to merit-based hiring system

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February 11, 2019
York County has officially left the civil service hiring process, making it easier for job seekers to apply for employment within any of the county’s human services agencies including Children, Youth and Families, Area Agency on Aging, York/Adams MH-IDD program and the York/Adams Drug and Alcohol Commission. This change was made effective Feb. 1 after the county received approval from the Pennsylvania Office of Administration.
The county’s Human Resources department makes it easy to apply online for a job within York County government’s 50 departments. Join one of the largest employers in the county and be a part of serving the community.
York County embraces diversity in the community and workforce. The county is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All hiring, promotions, demotions, training, and other opportunities are based on qualifications and without regard to race, creed, color, national origin, gender, religion, age, or disability.
The link to apply for all County positions can be accessed here. It is governmentjobs.com/careers/yorkcountypa.
Once there, people can sign up for job notifications, which alert job seekers of openings in specific departments.

Mark Walters