Re-Employment Application (Exempt or Non exempt)
This re-employment application applies ONLY to former City of Reno Civil Service employees who have passed probation and who wish to be considered for re-hire in the position in which they were formerly employed.
If you have never worked for the City of Reno or if you were employed in a temporary, part-time, grant-funded or otherwise non-Civil Service position, this application does not apply to you; however, we encourage you to check out our website for other employment opportunities within the City of Reno.
CITY OF RENO CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
Rules & Membership
RULE XIII. RESIGNATION, RETIREMENT, LEAVE OF ABSENCE
Section 1. Resignation
An individual who has resigned or taken a voluntary demotion in good standing from a position in the Civil Service of the City of Reno and who desires placement on a re-employment list may, within three (3) years of the resignation or demotion, submit a written request to the Commission for re-employment in any classification(s) previously held in which the individual had obtained confirmed status.
An individual seeking re-employment must provide a new application and meet the current minimum qualifications for the classification for which re-employment is sought.
Examples of Essential Functions
Essential function will vary depending on the position. Please refer to the relevant Classification specification to learn more about the essential function(s) for each specific transfer opportunity.
Further, prior to employment an individual must satisfy any pre-employment screening criteria established for the subject classification.
Health & Safety Statement:
The health and well-being of our employees, our families, and the community we serve is of utmost importance to the City. Please be aware that many roles at the City of Reno include interacting with members of the public, including close contact with vulnerable individuals. The City of Reno has implemented numerous strategies to minimize the spread of COVID-19, and other contagious diseases. Vaccination is recognized as an effective method for reducing the likelihood of infection, and limiting the severity of disease. While we have lifted the vaccination requirement for new employees, the City of Reno encourages all new hires to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, which includes boosters recommended by the CDC.
Upon approval of the request by the Commission, the name of the applicant will be placed on the re-employment list for such classification, subject to the following conditions. Placement on the re-employment list will be for an eligibility period of one (1) year from the date of Commission approval. Eligibility may be extended for up to an additional three (3) years provided the individual re-applies each year before the expiration date of the individual's last eligibility period. Individuals who are appointed from the re-employment list under this rule shall serve a new probationary period pursuant to these Civil Service Rules and Regulations. A former City employee whose name is on a laid off list under Rule XII, Section 7, may, prior to the expiration of the three (3) year period on the laid off list, request to be placed on the re-employment list, pursuant to the provisions of this Rule.
The City of Reno is an equal opportunity employer. Recruitment, hiring, assignment, training, compensation, promotion, retention, and disciplinary decisions will be made without regard to race, color, religion, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, pregnancy, physical or mental disability, genetic information, veteran status, political affiliation, membership in an employee association, or any other protected class status applicable under federal or state law or City Charter.
No Benefits Offered for this position