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The selection process takes a minimum of two weeks from the final closing date. Some hiring supervisors take several weeks to select applicants for interviews.
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Job vacancies are posted on the Employment Opportunities Bulletin Board, in the Human Resources Division, located at City Hall, at 401 S Alamo. For a complete listing of job opportunities, you can also browse the Human Resources page or call the 24-hour job line at 903-935-4454. Job listings are generally updated on a weekly basis.
You may request one from the Human Resources Division, located at City Hall, 401 S Alamo, or download the Application for Non-Civil Service Employment (PDF)
Applications are accepted only for positions that are currently open and may be submitted until 5 pm on the closing date. Most positions have specified minimum qualifications. The minimum age requirement for regular full-time positions is 18; for part-time and/or seasonal employment, the minimum age is 16.
Yes, you may apply for as many open jobs as you wish, but a separate application or resume must be submitted for each. Also, the job for which you are applying should be indicated on each.
Your completed application may be submitted online, delivered or mailed to the Human Resources Division, or faxed to 903-935-4429. Please be sure to indicate the position for which you are applying. If you are applying for more than one position, submit a separate application for each.
If you have a resume, you may submit it with an application that is faxed, mailed or delivered, but any other materials should be kept for an interview, unless otherwise noted in the job announcement.
Those selected for interviews will be contacted by Human Resources or the hiring supervisor. Applicants who are interviewed but not selected will be notified by mail when the position is filled.
Yes. If you wish to have your application withdrawn or considered for a different position, contact Human Resources at 903-935-4425.
A new application must be completed for each position you wish to be considered for.
The City of Marshall does pre-employment drug testing for all positions.
Skills testing may be administered for certain positions. Applicants selected for testing will be contacted by Human Resources or the hiring supervisor regarding dates and times.
Firefighter and police officer positions fall under civil service regulations, so applicants must take an entrance exam. You may register for this exam by calling 903-935-4425 during regular business hours.