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No. You must submit a separate application (PDF) for each position in which you are interested. You may submit a copy of your application if you prefer, but the copy must have an original signature. Your application is evaluated on how well your training and experience match the particular position for which you are applying. View the employment page for more information.
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The City of Huber Heights only accepts applications for open positions, that is, any position which has been announced and for which we are actively recruiting. Applications are not accepted unless the position is open and for which we are actively recruiting.
Whenever a position becomes available for open recruitment, the City of Huber Heights Human Resources Department issues an announcement for the position. The job advertisement and position description is posted on our website. The job announcement is an excellent source of information that lists the salary, duties of the position, and the requirements necessary to qualify for consideration and the date by which applications must be submitted. Read the requirements carefully. The position may require certain education and/or experience, a license and/or certification, and knowledge and/or ability in specific areas.
A filing deadline appears on every job announcement. You must be certain your application is received in Human Resources by the filing deadline date and time. This means you must allow ample time if you are mailing your application.
The best way to find out what positions the City of Huber Heights is recruiting for is the City website. You can download the City's employment application or you may submit online.
View our Application Submittal Guidelines page.
When open until filled is indicated on the job announcement, it means that the position will close without notice once the position has been filled. If you intend to mail your application, call Human Resources at 937-237-5825 to be sure the position has not closed.
You will receive written notification that your application materials have been received by the Human Resources Department. Each applicant is given careful review and consideration and should you be selected to move on to the next phase in the hiring process, you will receive a telephone call with detail about the next step. The screening process can take several weeks. We realize it can be frustrating to feel you are on hold, but please be patient and give us time to be thorough.
The steps of the selection process vary, depending upon the position. For example, an application screening and oral interview may be all that is required. On the other hand, you may be required to pass a written exam and possibly a physical agility exam. A performance test may be required for a position requiring certain skills. Decisions about the selection process are made by the Department/Division Head and Human Resources when the position opens. Each job announcement will contain a description of the specific selection process that will be used for that specific open position.