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Please carefully read the instructions as many of these announcements are open only to employees in a competitive title with permanent state service as a promotional or lateral opportunity or to employees within the Department of Children and Families.
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|Bilingual Family Service Specialist Trainee||
DCF, Child Protection and Permanency, Positions located throughout all counties in New Jersey
Service Worker 1
DCF, Child Protection and Permanency, Statewide
|Paralegal Technician 2||
DCF, Hudson Central Local Office, Jersey City
|Family Service Specialist 2||
DCf, Child Protection and Permanency, Office of Adoption Operations, Trenton
|Local Office Manager||
DCF, Child Protection and Permanency, Hudson Central, Jersey City
DCF, Office of Facilities and Support Services, Statewide
Individuals who have received services from the Department of Children and Families or its divisions as children and youth are encouraged to apply.
RESIDENCY - Effective September 1, 2011, NJ PL 70 (NJ First Act), requires all State employees to reside in New Jersey, unless exempted under the law, or current employees who live out-of-state and do not have a break-in service of more than 7 calendar days, as they are "grandfathered." New employees or current employees who were not grandfathered and who live out-of-state have one year after the date of employment to relocate their residence to New Jersey or request an exemption. Current employees who reside in NJ must retain NJ residency, unless he/she obtains an exemption. Employees who fail to meet the residency requirements or obtain an exemption will be removed from employment.
DRIVER'S LICENSE POLICY - A valid driver's license is required to perform the essential functions of these job titles. The following may disqualify you from consideration: driving record with five points or more within the past five years; any driving under the influence conviction within the past five years; or, any combination of three motor vehicle violations/license suspensions involving the unsafe operation of a motor vehicle within the last five years.