We are an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.
Disability Accommodations Each state agency has a written policy and procedure for providing reasonable accommodations for qualified disabled individuals who are employees, or applicants for employment. A qualified disabled individual is a person whose experience, education and/or training enable the person, with reasonable accommodations, to perform the essential functions of the job.
Reasonable accommodations include, but are not limited to, making facilities accessible, adjusting work schedules, restructuring jobs, providing assisting devices or equipment, providing readers or interpreters, and modifying work sites.
If needed, persons who have disabilities will be provided with special accommodations to enable them to take civil service examinations. Examples include readers, writers, large print exams, sign language interpreters, and other accommodations depending on the needs of the applicant. In some cases, examinations may be waived for persons with certain disabilities when the person's qualifications for the job cannot be adequately measured by a standard civil service exam.