This is the online assessment for the Wisconsin State Patrol 65th Recruit Class. In order to receive consideration for the 65th Recruit Class, you must save and finalize your online application.
The online application will consist of attaching your resume, responding to the minimum requirements, completing the background check information and scheduling the physical readiness testing.
· MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS Questions 1-15 identify the hiring standards for employment. If you do not meet or acknowledge all of the minimum requirements, you will not be allowed to continue in the hiring process.
· BACKGROUND CHECK INFORMATION Questions 16-19 provide the Wisconsin State Patrol with the necessary information to obtain your Driver Record and Criminal History check.
· SCHEDULING THE PHYSICAL READINESS TESTING Applicants who meet and/or acknowledge all of the minimum requirements must schedule their Physical Readiness Testing before finalizing their application. To do so, applicants will need to follow the provided links that correspond with the location, date and time they wish to complete the Physical Readiness Testing.
SAVING YOUR RESPONSES: Wisc.Jobs will time out after 20 minutes of inactivity. You must click “Save and Continue” on each screen within 20 minutes or you responses will be lost. When you are finished with the assessment, click “Save and Finalize” and then “Finalize”.
UPDATING YOUR RESPONSES: You may update your responses until the deadline date. Please note, you must click “Finalize” each time you enter the assessment, regardless of whether or not you changed your responses.
COMPLETING YOUR APPLICATION: After you have successfully finalized your application, you will receive an email from wisc.jobs confirming your application has been completed.
NEXT STEPS: The Physical Readiness Testing will take place April 6-14, 2019. Applicants who successfully finalize their online application should plan to complete the testing at the location, date and time they have selected.
QUESTIONS: If you have questions or encounter issues in this process, please contact Megan Reichel at Megan.Reichel@dot.wi.gov.