The Boston Regional Census Center is seeking qualified applicants to fill more than forty Partnership Specialist positions in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and upstate New York. Census is turning to past and current partners to help find qualified applicants for these important and attractive-paying jobs.
Partnership Specialists are charged with developing partnerships with local, state and tribal governments, as well as community and faith-based entities, schools, businesses, media and grassroots organizations. These partnerships will help create a responsive environment when census questionnaires go to households in spring 2010.
For some Partnership Specialist positions, the Census Bureau seeks applicants who have professional and/or volunteer experience developing partnerships in African American, Hispanic/Latino, Mexican, Native American, Asian and other minority communities and cultures. Specific cultural and/or language requirements (for example, proficiency in Spanish) are noted in the Recruiting Bulletins (job announcements).
Postings for Partnership Specialist, Administrative Specialist and Regional Technician positions are available NOW at www.census.gov/robos/www or www.usajobs.com. To receive consideration, an applicant must submit a complete application packet to the Boston Regional Census Center as directed. This includes written responses to all questions and evaluation criteria shown in the Recruiting Bulletin.
If you have questions, please call the contact listed on the Job announcement or contact the Partnership and Data Services Program at 617-223-3610.
If you live in another part of the country, go here.
Don't even bother. The test only takes half an hour, but you lose an additional one and a half hours of your life while other people fill out all the paperwork they should have brought with them ALREADY filled out. Got a perfect score on the test. Never heard a word from ANYONE about a job. BIG waste of time!!
yeah, same here...when did you take the test? just wondering.
maybe you still have hope :P
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