Human Resources Division - Hiring Process
After submitting an application, candidates may be contacted to schedule an
interview. On the day of the interview, candidates will be interviewed either
by a panel of interviewers all participating in one meeting, or in a series of
one-on-one interviews with various members of our Agency. The interview process
provides each candidate with the opportunity to tell us about their
qualifications, skills, and experience. In addition, during the interview
process, candidates will learn more about the job, the Agency, and the benefits
of working in state government.
Note: Only qualified candidates who are selected to interview will be contacted
by our office.
If you are extended an offer, upon your acceptance, we will conduct a thorough
pre-employment screen. This screen may include, but is not limited to
verifiying work and education history, a criminal background investigation, and
a drug screen.
Now that you have successfully completed the hiring process, your next step is
to report to work. Although, this is the last step in the hiring process, we
expect it will be your first step toward a fulfilling career with the Office of
the Secretary of State.
All qualified applicants will be considered, but may not necessarily receive an
interview. Only applicants selected for interviews will receive a letter of the
position's status. Please Note: Due to the large volume of applications
received by this office, we are unable to provide information on your
application’s status over the telephone.