yes but what about ties? If they are only filling 1 spot and lets say the first 2 (1+2)stand alone, but the next spot (#3) there are 10 tied? Would they send out 12 cards?[-o<Gil said:The magic number is "3" Typically a department will send out 3 cards for every open position. So Quincy would have to be looking to fill 26+ spots in order for you to at least get a card.
Not to burst your bubble........but the possiblility of the dept. jumping to number 24 on the list is pretty slim. That would leave them open to a TON of appeal cases @Civil Service in Boston. No town wants to be tied up in that with lawyers, resources,etc.....wryman said:Sweet!!! I'm 24th on my town with a shit load of ties. Hiring 6. If they do it the right way, I SHOULD get a card!
atrain104 said:I am 8th in my town and pending DV status
question, with the criminal background check, if the only thing you have a DUI (military) Occurred in 2001 when you were 19, but have since corrected everything. How negatively will it effect your hire.
military dui =
i was never arrested
i was only issued a citation
i only went to military "Traffic Court" you and a Gunny telling you that you cant drive on base
i Have since corrected ( regained your driving privileges , went to AA, were punished through the military)
Hey, mistakes happen , and i was young so please dont start posting your opinions or comments, we all know how bad we all want this so i could do without opinions on what happened when i was 19 , back from saudi arabia for a year and feeling like i was a god in a humans body.