Division of Human Resources
Employment Application as a fillable Microsoft Word document.
NOTE: You will need Microsoft Word to open and complete the application.
For vacancies in the Classified, Competitive and Non-competitive Service:
A Job Announcement is an invitation for the public to compete for existing and future job vacancies in a State or local government job title. To better understand the process of obtaining careers for New Jersey 's Public Service, please visit the Job Application Process section of the NJ Civil Service web site.
Because many job opportunities within State, County and Municipal governments require a competitive testing or application process, applying for these jobs can be confusing. The Department of Personnel wants to help make your transition into public employment as smooth as possible. We have provided this step-by-step guide to the job announcement and application process to aid in your understanding. Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions section of the NJ Civil Service web site, if you have any questions or concerns.
When beginning the application process, it is very important that your application is complete; a review and evaluation of your application may be the sole basis for determining your eligibility and ranking on an eligible list.
Please keep in mind that you must meet all the requirements in the Job Announcement as of the Closing date.
For further information, please visit the NJ Civil Service web site.
There are no job announcements posted at this time.
The City of Pleasantville is an Equal Opportunity Employer
(As a result of a referendum approved by the voters of the City of Pleasantville on November 2, 2004, the provisions of title 11A Civil Service were adopted for the City of Pleasantville.)
The City of Pleasantville has instituted policies to treat the public, employees, prospective employees, appointees, volunteers and contractors in a manner consistent with all applicable civil rights laws and regulations including, but not limited to the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 as subsequently amended, the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Conscientious Employee Protection Act.