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The Employment Process: (APS is an Equal Opportunity Employer )

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Find a Job

  • Browse the job listings page to find current openings.
  • Take note of the position type (administrative, classified, certified, etc.) and the posting number so you can link it to your application.
  • All current job openings close at 4:00 p.m. (MST) on the listed closing date.

Create an Application

  • Each job posting will have a link to begin creating your online application, or you can go straight to the page if you already have a job posting you want to apply for.
  • You will be prompted to log in or create a new account in order to build your online application
  • Application Information: Building your Application, Formatting Application Information, and Required Documents

Submit an Application

  • Once you've completed all the sections of the online application:
  • Print a copy of your application for your records
  • Click the submit button (once) to send your application for processing

Contact Applicant Processing

If you have questions  or feedback about applying for a job.

 

 

 

 

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