Administrative Law Judge examination scheduled
Source: New York State Department of Civil Service
The New York State Department of Civil Service will hold an examination for Administrative Law Judge, NYS Workers Compensation Board, on February 5, 2011. This is an “SG-28 position, with a starting salary of $86,168.
Appointees working in the five boroughs of New York City or in Nassau, Suffolk, Rockland, or Westchester Counties will receive an additional $3,026 annual “downstate salary adjustment.” Appointees working in Dutchess, Orange, or Putnam Counties will receive an additional $1,513 annual “mid-Hudson salary adjustment.”
A $45 application fee is required.
N.B. The deadline for filing applications is January 3, 2011.
This examination open to all individuals meeting the minimum qualifications set out in the Examination Announcement.
There is an "ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS" available at http://www.cs.state.ny.us/exams
For additional information, including a description of the duties of the position, and the minimum qualifications for this examination, go to: http://www.cs.state.ny.us/examannouncements/announcements/pdf/25-438.pdf
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