New York City’s civil service process is guided by New York State Civil Service Law, which ensures that the hiring process is competitive and fair. The process begins with employment examinations that measure a potential candidate’s merit and fitness for a particular title. In some instances, taking an exam is the beginning of a hiring process that may lead to employment with NYC Health + Hospitals.
The New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) schedules and administers our civil service exams. If you have questions about exams, test dates or other exam-related issues, please visit DCAS at DCAS Civil Service Jobs.
You may contact the DCAS Application Unit by emailing OASys@dcas.nyc.gov. You should include your confirmation number for questions regarding your online application.
To obtain information on any examination for which you have already applied, but not yet received results, please email DCAS via the following link: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dcas/html/contact/email.shtml.
If you have already taken an exam and received your official score and list number, read about what to expect after the NYC civil service exam.
Interested in learning more about the civil service exams?
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Already applied for an exam, but haven’t received your admission card and/or test date?
After you take an exam, DCAS will send you a Notice of Result card including your score and list number. If you have any questions at this point, please e-mail our Office of Certification and Examinations at OCE@nychhc.org. Please be sure to include your name, exam title and list number in your email.
Has your address changed since you received your Notice of Result card from DCAS?
Are you interested in restoring your name to a list?
What happens now that I’m on the list?
Visit the DCAS FAQs for Application for information on applying for exams online using the city’s Online Application System (OASys).
Generally, it can take anywhere from six months to one year for the results of an exam administered by DCAS to be published. Please note that NYC Health + Hospitals does not have these results until you receive your official Notice of Result.
Not necessarily. Passing candidates will be placed on an eligible list in score number order for use in filling job vacancies in the exam title across our facilities. We will then call candidates in score number order to attend hiring pools, where they will have the opportunity to interview for vacant positions.
We use civil service hiring pools to fill job vacancies at our facilities in competitive titles for which an eligible list is available. Eligible list candidates will be scheduled to attend hiring pools to interview with facility representatives for job opportunities.
If your address changes after you have filed for an exam but before you receive your Notice of Result, you must change your address with DCAS either by:
If your address changes after you have received your Notice of Result, you must change your address with NYC Health + Hospitals by downloading and completing the Change of Address Form(HHC 2843) and submitting it either by:
Please note that changing your address with DCAS after you receive your results will not change your address with NYC Health + Hospitals.
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