City of Rye, NY

Employment



(914) 967-7279
hr@ryeny.gov

 

 

  

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The City of Rye is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We maintain an alcohol/drug free workplace and all applicants may be required to submit to physical evaluation prior to employment. We participate in the New York State Civil Service System which is managed by the Westchester County Department of Human Resources.

If you have questions concerning Civil Service, examinations, or lists, please contact the Westchester County Department of Human Resources, 148 Martine Avenue, Suite 100, White Plains, New York 10601, TEL: 914-995-2114 FAX: 914-995-2009 and/or visit their website at www.westchestergov.com

If you are interested in applying for a position please complete a City of Rye job application and submit to the City of Rye Department of Human Resources, 1051 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY 10580, TEL: 914-967-7279   FAX: 914-967-2513   email: hr@ryeny.gov.

 

The Hiring Process

All City of Rye positions are governed by New York State Civil Service regulations.  Some positions require that job applicants take a Civil Service examination.  These examinations are administered by the  Westchester County Department of Human Resources.  In order to receive consideration for a job opening in a competitive class position, an applicant must pass the civil service examination for that position and score among the top three candidates who are interested in the position.  While some classes of positions do not require that applicants take examinations, most require that applicants possess minimum job requirements. For more information on Civil Service job classifications, requirements, and examinations, please contact the Westchester County Department of Human Resources, 148 Martine Avenue, Suite 100, White Plains, New York 10601, TEL: 914-995-2114 FAX: 914-995-2009 and/or visit their website at www.westchestergov.com.


The City of Rye Department of Human Resources can be contacted at 1051 Boston Post Road, Rye, NY 10580, TEL: 914-967-7279   FAX: 914-967-2513
email: hr@ryeny.gov.  City of Rye job applications will be maintained for one year and are reviewed periodically by departments who intend to interview and make appointments for non-competitive or labor class positions.

Full-time and part-time job openings are posted on departmental and common area bulletin boards in each of the City’s buildings.  Job postings typically contain information regarding job duties, minimum qualifications, salary range, filing dates, and the materials required to apply (i.e. application, resume, etc.).

Applications for seasonal positions (i.e. Summer employment) are accepted by the department (Recreation, Boat Basin, Golf Club, Public Works, and Police Department) performing the interviews and hiring. Please contact the individual departments regarding positions available and the procedures for submitting an application.

A listing of Westchester County’s announcements of upcoming tests for competitive positions are also posted in the Finance Department. Further information on these positions and the procedure for participating in an upcoming exam that has been posted is available by contacting the City of Rye Human Resources Department.



How to Apply for a City Position


Application
To apply for a position with the City of Rye, please submit a completed City of Rye Employment Application and any requested supplemental materials by 5:00 p.m. of the final filing date (postmarks will not be accepted) to:


City of Rye
Human Resources Department
1051 Boston Post Road
Rye, NY USA 10580


When you complete a job application and supplemental materials for a City position, be sure to emphasize the skills, experience and training that most prepares you for the position. Keep a copy of all materials you submit as your application packet cannot be returned to you.

Notification

If you are selected for an initial interview, you will be notified by either mail or telephone. If you are interviewed and not selected for further consideration, you will receive written notification.