Welcome to CORE, the online recruitment and employment system for the Calvert County Government. CORE will help you find the job that you are looking for, faster and easier.
Applying Online has Benefits
Allows you to search and apply for positions 24/7 on the county website
Application completion at your convenience
Ability to stop and start an application in process
Apply for multiple and new jobs without re-entering applicant information
Apply from any location with internet access
Automatic receipts are available instantly on screen and by email each time you apply
There is a computer with internet access available in the Department of Human Resources and at the branches of the Calvert County Public Libraries. The Department of Human Resources is available to assist you Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
Calvert County Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer and has an Equal Employment Opportunity Plan (EEOP). A copy of our EEOP Utilization Report is available for review upon request at 30 Duke Street, Suite 102 Prince Frederick, MD 20678.
Tips for Applying
Apply for any position you're interested in and feel qualified for.
Apply on time
Keep and eye on closing dates for each position. Most CCG posting are open for two to three weeks but some only stay open for a week. Applications cannot be accepted that come in after the closing date/time.
When filling out an application, include specific work experiences. Make sure that your job history is complete and accurate and that the duties listed support your answers to the supplemental question answers.
Use your experience
Education and work experience can be substituted for years of experience if it is relevant to the qualifications required for the position. For example, a job that requires a Bachelor's degree (four years) and two years of experience, a candidate who has six years of relevant experience can still be considered.
Be sure to answer all questions listed on the application in depth. Explain how the question relates to your past work experience and include examples of your work that support the information you are providing. Do not write "see resume" in lieu of an explanation.