Livingston County is looking to employ two Motor Vehicle Clerks at a rate of pay of $16.08 per hour. Current County employees working within this bargaining unit may receive a different rate of pay based upon the promotion or demotion rate calculation provided by their collective bargaining agreement, if applicable.
The locations are Geneseo & Dansville. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: This position involves responsibility for determining eligibility of drivers’ licenses and vehicle registration through a review of the applications and a variety of
supporting documents, and for processing various types of transactions related to the licensing of drivers of motor vehicles and applications for vehicle registrations. The work is performed under general supervision with supervisory employees deciding questions of an unusual nature. Supervision of others is not a responsibility of this class. Employees will be assigned to work in satellite office. A Motor Vehicle Clerk does related work as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must meet all requirements described in the following table
in order to be approved for examination and/or appointment:
Qualification Option # 1
Training/Education Graduation from high school or possession of a high school
General experience One year of full-time, paid clerical experience, involving the
use of a computer or computer related equipment.
Supervisory experience N.A.
License/Certification None required.
Other requirements See Special Qualifications below.
Part-time service will be given prorated credit toward experience requirements.
1.) Applicants must be United States citizens.
2.) Prior to appointment, applicants must submit to criminal history background check(s) as required
to be eligible to process REAL and Enhanced drivers’ licenses and as otherwise deemed necessary
by the appointing authority. This will require applicants to be fingerprinted and execute any
necessary releases, etc. Applicants must not have any disqualifying criminal offenses.
3.) Prior to appointment, applicants must consent to and provide necessary information to the
appointing authority to enable it to do reference check(s) as required to be eligible to process
REAL and Enhanced drivers’ licenses and as otherwise deemed necessary by the appointing
Any present permanent Livingston County employee in the above stated title who wishes to be considered for a
transfer to this vacancy or any person who meets the qualifications and wishes to be considered for this provisional
vacancy must file an application within ten (10) calendar days of the above announcement date at the Livingston
County Personnel Office.
An individual who receives a provisional appointment must take the examination for the position title on the next
occasion it is offered. In order to be eligible for a permanent appointment to the position, the provisional appointee
must pass the exam and be ranked 1, 2, 3, or be tied in score with the individual ranked number 3 of those who are
willing to accept appointment to the position. It should be understood that even if the provisional appointee is
eligible for appointment, the employer may choose another candidate to fill the position on a permanent basis. In
the event a provisional appointee is appointed to the position from the eligible list, the appointee will be required to
serve a probationary period beginning on the date of appointment from the list. Questions regarding provisional
appointments should be directed to the Livingston County Personnel Office