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Please type or print plainly in ink. This application must be complete to be considered for employment. You may attach a resume, but the resume may not be substituted for this official application in whole or in part. We will not refer to the resume for incomplete application answers. Study the essential qualifications listed in the position announcement. If you believe that you meet these qualifications, complete this application. Answer all questions applicable for the position for which you are applying. Be thorough. Your answers determine whether you will be considered for the position. Your completed application, together with any additional information specified in the position announcement, must be received not later than the closing date specified in the announcement. Incomplete or unsigned applications will not be processed.
I understand that the County may require me to successfully complete a pre-employment drug and alcohol test as a condition of employment and that continued employment may be based on the successful completion of similar tests.
I understand that the County may as part of the hiring process request an investigative consumer report from a third party entity or agency including information concerning my character, general reputation, personal characteristic, credit records, and mode of living. I may make a written request to the County to provide me with additional information regarding the nature and scope of any such report.
I understand that employment with your County is "at will" and nothing in the interview or hiring process, this application, or your County policies are intended to create an employment contract between myself and the County. Employment may be terminated by either part at any time for any reason with or without notice.
RE: Open Records Law
From: Buffalo County Administration
According to the 1991-1992 Biennial Sessions Senate Bill Act 317, Wisconsin Statutes 19.36 (7)(a), applicatns for public employment can choose to have their application withheld from open records and possible publication by area news services.
Also, due to Act 317, if an applicant is selected as a finalist for the public position and the applicant is interviewed with other finalists, the name and other pertinent information will become public record and may be used by the news media.
Please indicate below with an "X" if you wish to have your name remain confidential initially.
Please sign your name on the line below and return with your application. Than you for your cooperation.
This information will be removed from your application. The Information is used for statistical purposes only and will not be used in the decision to hire or promote. Failure to disclose the data will have no effect on hiring decisions.
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