The Recruitment Branch is responsible for planning and coordinating recruitment activities consisting of the posting of job announcements for non-autonomous departments and agencies, receiving and evaluating job applications, establishing “Lists of Eligibles”, notifying applicants of rating results, certifying applicants for interview to departments and agencies, processing Requests for Personnel Actions (GG-1’s), recording and maintaining recruitment records and updating and reporting of Equal Employment Opportunity data.
|GENERAL RECRUITMENT INFORMATION
Filling Positions in the Government: The Department of Administration’s responsibility is to carry out activities necessary to support the operation of a merit-based personnel system consistent with the Personnel Rules and Regulations, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission laws and the provisions of Title 4 of the Guam Code Annotated pertaining to employment. The Recruitment process begins with each agency/department submitting their vacancy to the Bureau of Budget and Management Research (BBMR) to approve funding. Once funding has been identified, the Department of Administration- Recruitment Branch will announce the job for a minimum of ten days.
Accepting and Reviewing Applications: Applicants must submit their employment application during the job announcement period and to attach their educational credentials, including additional documents as required by the position. All positions have a minimum requirement, which are intended to identify the best qualified candidates for particular positions, or otherwise substitute for a comprehensive assessment of job qualifications. Applicants who satisfy minimum requirements are not automatically entitled to a qualifying score of 70 or more points, out of 100, in an assessment process that uses a numerical rating procedure. Once the rating process is complete, a Notice or Rating will be mailed to each applicant.
Certification of Eligibles and Selection Process: A Certification of Eligibles is prepared in the order of their final earned rating, starting with the highest. A certification list is based on the number of funded vacancies. The hiring agency/department will conduct interviews and make a selection. Applicants’ ratings with the higher score generally have a better opportunity to be interviewed over lower scoring applicants.If you have any questions, please call. Thank you.
|JOB ANNOUNCEMENT INFORMATION
The Government of Guam offers a competitive benefits package which includes retirement ( Defined Contribution Plan 401 a and 457), health insurance plans, cafeteria plan, an Employee Assistance Program, annual and sick leave, paid holidays and life insurance. For additional information regarding the Government of Guam Retirement, please visit www.ggrf.com
For our Job Announcements, please click on the following:
|Job Announcement (Listing)
|Other Government of Guam Employment Offices
|We provide the following external links to other government of Guam employment web sites to assist you in your efforts of finding employment. Again, as we have indicated on our Disclaimer, which can be found on the first page of our Human Resources Division’s web page, our department is not responsible for, or can attest to the accuracy of the information on any of these web sites. If you are interested in applying for positions that you find on these web sites, please do so with the respective departments and follow their requirements. Rules, policies and procedures differ.
|Michael Schniep, Personnel Specialist IV, 475-1141, email@example.comAnthony Cepeda, Personnel Specialist III, 475-1164, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cecilia Reyes, Personnel Specialist III, 475-1116, email@example.com
Delia Hattig,Personnel Specialist I, 475-1128, firstname.lastname@example.org
Roseanne Fejeran,Personnel Assistant II, 475-1141, email@example.com