Building Services Worker is currently a closed exam that CMS does not test for on a regular basis. You may submit an online application for grading for this title. Applications will be maintained on file until an agency requests that the title be opened for testing OR for a maximum of one year. Once opened, all applicants on file that meet the minimum qualifications will be notified of the scheduled test dates to report to the nearest testing center.
Current State Employees: Submit an Official Position Vacancy Bid Form and CMS 100 Employment Application to the Agency Contact address listed above. A separate Bid form and Application is required for each Posting/Bid ID or your bid will be rejected. Current state employees seeking a promotion should also submit a CMS 100B Promotional Application to CMS (address found in upper right corner of CMS 100B form).
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An Equal Opportunity Employer
OPENING DATE: 11/26/07
CLOSING DATE: Continuous
DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES/ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
This notice is for grading and informational purposes only and is not an actual vacancy. The State of Illinois offers several options to allow candidates to be considered for vacant positions. Interested applicants should utilize the option described below that best suits their needs. Open Competitive Grades You should apply for an open competitive grade if:
Note: Selection from an open competitive eligible list will require a currently certified employee to serve a new probationary period. To be considered for open competitive eligibility for the title of Building Services Worker, you must be deemed qualified by Central Management Services (CMS). Building Services Worker is currently a closed exam that CMS does not test for on a regular basis. You may submit an online application for grading for this title. Applications will be maintained on file until an agency requests that the title be opened for testing OR for a maximum of one year. Once opened, all applicants on file that meet the minimum qualifications will be notified of the scheduled test dates to report to the nearest CMS Assessment Center to take the automated multiple-choice test. You will need to bring a completed online or CMS-100 employment application with you. Applicants will not be allowed to test without a completed application. After successfully obtaining a passing grade, your name will be placed on an open competitive eligible list for Building Services Worker in the two counties you select on your application. An official grade notice will be mailed to you when grading is completed. If you are satisfied with the grade you received for this title, option and county, no further action is required. Your name has already been placed on the open competitive eligible list for this title. Open competitive grades are valid for one (1) year. If you wish to retest for this title to improve your grade, you must resubmit your application. Your application will be maintained on file until an agency requests that the title be opened for testing OR for a maximum of one year. Applications may be resubmitted for the same title after thirty (30) days from the last examination date. Applicants may only be considered for two counties per title/option at any given time. Please ensure you are available to work in the county choices you have selected. If your current county choices do not include the county in which a vacancy exists, you must change one of your counties to be considered for that vacancy. To do so, complete and sign a Change of Information Form (CMS-263) and submit it to: Examining & Counseling Division, 401 S. Spring Street, 500 Stratton Office Building, Springfield, IL 62706, Fax (217) 524-8740. The form is in PDF format and can be viewed/completed/printed using Adobe Reader. Your name will be removed from the eligible list for vacancies in this title/option for the county or counties that you remove.
Click the ‘Apply’ link at the top of the page to place your application on file for Building Services Worker.
Promotional Grades State of Illinois employees who are currently certified are eligible to receive promotional grades for most titles within state government. At the present time, online applications are not accepted for promotional grading. View the Promotional Grades page for further instructions. You will also need to complete a Bid Form and submit it to the hiring agency along with a copy of your online or CMS-100 employment application. Note: If you already have a promotional grade for this title/option, you do not need to submit your application for grading again. Upward Mobility Program (UMP) Grades
For more information visit the Upward Mobility Program website. Other Methods of Consideration There may be situations when obtaining a grade is not necessary. These scenarios include, but are not limited to:
Non-Code Vacancies CMS does not issue grades for non-code positions, which are defined as positions outside the jurisdiction of the Personnel Code. Non-code positions should be clearly identified on the vacancy posting. To be considered, interested applicants should contact the hiring agency. Please follow the agency’s instructions on the vacancy posting for application procedures. NOTE:
HOW TO APPLY Refer to the section above for application procedures.