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Civil Service Commission

Members

  • Tara Fridley – Chairperson
  • Tony Zerges – Comissioner
  • Eric Johansen – Comissioner
  • Heidi Culbertson – Secretary

The Civil Service Commission consists of three Commissioners and one Secretary. All positions are part time and are appointed by the hiring authority at their time of office. The Civil Service Commission meets a minimum of once per month on the second Tuesday of each month at 6:00 pm. Meetings take place in the conference room which is located directly below City Hall. These meetings are open to the public.

The Commission conducts examinations for various classified positions for the City of St. Bernard including new positions and promotional examinations. It is the responsibility of the Commission to certify eligibility lists and present them to the hiring authority. The Civil Service Commission is responsible for following the guidelines of The Ohio Revised Code. It does not interview and hire any of the employees within the City of St. Bernard.

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Civil Service Application PDF

NOTICE OF COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION

TO ESTABLISH AN ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR DUTY

WITH THE ST. BERNARD SERVICE DEPARTMENT

AS A LABORER

EXAMINATION DATE: Saturday, April 23, 2022

PLACE & TIME: <st2:sn w:st="on">St. Bernard Municipal Building, Lower Level (Teen Center)

120 Washington Ave.

9:00 AM

(Examination will take approx. 2 Hours)

Applications will be accepted at City Hall

 beginning April 4, 2022 through April 15, 2022

Monday through Friday 9AM - 5PM

APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE GIVEN OUT PRIOR TO APRIL 4TH AT 9:00 AM.

A NON-REFUNDABLE APPLICATION FEE OF $15.00 WILL BE CHARGED WHEN

YOUR COMPLETED APPLICATION IS RETURNED TO CITY HALL. 

FOR THE APPLICATION:

1.         The applicant must be a citizen of the United States.

2.         The applicant must be a high school graduate.

3.         The applicant must have a valid Ohio Driver's license.

4.         Veterans must attach a copy of proof of uniformed duty with the application

            (DD214 or Honorable Discharge Certificate).                                                                                                                                     

5.         Anyone 18 years of age may apply to take the examination.

6.         Returned application will be time-stamped by the Village Clerk to determine any tie- breakers in scoring exams.

FOR THE EXAMINATION:

1.         The Civil Service Commission reserves the right to conduct a lottery drawing to select

            those applicants who will qualify for the exam test.

2.         The applicant must present photo- identification for admission to the examination facility.

3.         Veterans must present the original proof of having served uniformed service on the day of the examination to be eligible for Military Service credit.

4.         Passing grade for this examination will be 70%, not including military points.

5.         Credit for prior experience is not given for entry level examinations.

AFTER THE EXAMINATION:

1.         Applicant must be willing to submit to the following: Background Check, Personal Interview, and Physical Examination. 

 

Civil Service Notice PDF