to work in Civil Service
The Personnel Board of Jefferson County Alabama is dedicated to recruiting, training, and retaining the best and the brightest to work in Civil Service. If you are motivated and conscientious, if you have a desire to work in public service, we invite you to explore the many career opportunities available to you in the Jefferson County Merit System.
Maybe you're thinking about a career in public safety, city management, information technology or engineering. These are but a few of the over eight hundred civil service occupations in which some nine thousand Merit System employees are engaged throughout Jefferson County, Alabama.
To explore career opportunities in the Jefferson County Merit System, visit www.jobsquest.org.
2/10/2015 At 1:30
General Meeting, Personnel Board of Jefferson County, 2121 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr., Blvd., Second Floor, Hearing Room
Print Meeting Notice
Notice of Special Meeting of Jefferson County Citizens Supervisory CommissionPersuant to the provisions of Section 5 of Act #248, of the 1945 Regular Session of the Alabama Legislature, as amended, the Chairman of the Citizens Supervisory Commission Probate Judge and Citizens Supervisory Commission Chair Alan L. King, has called a special meeting of said commission, to be held at 12:00 noon on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, in the Courtroom of Judge Alan L. King, 1st Floor, Jefferson County Courthouse, 716 Richard Arrington Boulevard North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203.
The purpose of this specially called meeting will be the nominating and election to fill the vacancy of the Associate Member #2 position on said Personnel Board of Jefferson County and any other business that may come before the Citizens Supervisory Commission will be conducted as well.
A law (No. 248, H 580) enacted by the Legislature of Alabama Regular Session 1945, approved by the Governor on July 6, 1945, and amended by Act No. 97, 1956; Act No. 476, 1957; Act No. 591, 1967; and Act No. 684 of the 1977 Legislature, provides that the occupant of a position in the Classified Service of one of the above municipalities shall be elected each year to serve as a member of the Citizens Supervisory Commission. Said member is to be elected by the Classified Employees of all the above municipalities. The one-year term will commence on November 1, 2014 and end on October 31, 2015. There are two meetings a year, the third Tuesday in November and May, at noon, and special meetings as scheduled.
Note: By law, no single municipality shall have employee representation upon the commission for more than three successive terms. This year, City of Birmingham employees must be excluded as candidates by law because representatives from that municipality have served three successive terms.
Pursuant to the requirements of said Act, notice is hereby given that nominations will be received on:
in the Jefferson County Probate Court, First Floor, Room 140 (Election Office), Jefferson County Courthouse, 716 Richard Arrington Blvd., Birmingham, Alabama 35203, for the purpose of receiving nominations for membership in the Citizens Supervisory Commission. All Classified Employees of the above listed Jurisdictions of Jefferson County are eligible to attend and participate in this meeting.
Alan L. King,
CHAIR, CITIZENS SUPERVISORY COMMISSION