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Last Updated: 01/21/15 08:51:33 AM

Employment Information

Where do I get job notices?

The Division of Public and Behavioral Health employs a diverse workforce in a variety of health related programs.
Job notices can found at

For Public and Behavioral Health jobs: Search Phrase: Public and Behavioral Health


How do I apply?

Apply online at

If you are interested in applying for a Clerical Trainee position with the Division of Public and Behavioral Health, please forward a copy of your NVAPPS Applicant Profile or Resume with a cover letter to the address and contact listed below.


When will I get a response?

After all applications have been evaluated, the Division of Human Resource Management will email you informing you of your eligibility status.  This may take anywhere from two weeks to two months depending on the number of applicants and the amount of time for which the recruitment is open.


Will I be interviewed?

When the list of eligible candidates is ranked by score the top five applicants will be invited to interview.  If the list is unranked the agency will choose at least five candidates who appear to be most qualified based on education and experience.  The candidates are contacted by telephone or email.  Interviews are conducted by a panel of subject matter experts.  All questions are job related.  Occasionally an applicant's skills will be tested.


How can I prepare for the test and /or interview?

Read the announcement carefully. It will describe the position and the knowledge, skills and abilities expected. Some applicants have successfully used the ARCO books available from a library.


What job benefits are offered by Nevada State employers?

  • Medical, dental, vision, life and disability insurance benefits plans

  • Eleven paid holidays per year

  • Vacation leave plan

  • Sick leave plan

  • An excellent retirement system – NV Public Employees Retirement System

  • Deferred compensation, direct deposit, employee assistance program available

  • No Social Security deductions
    No state income tax for Nevada residents


For questions regarding job postings, please contact:

Division of Public and Behavioral Health, Human Resources
4126Technology Way, Suite 201
Carson City, NV 89706

Kendra Martin - Phone: (775) 684-5980


Please be advised of the following with regard to positions that are open “Until Recruitment Needs are Satisfied” Qualified applicants will be accepted on a "first come, first served" basis. Hiring may occur before the announcement is closed.

Click here if you would like to access the State of Nevada Division of Human Resources website for more information on State of Nevada employment. Click here for the employee handbook.


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