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The information asked of you will be used to evaluate our overall efforts in reaching all segments of the population. The following information is VOLUNTARY and CONFIDENTIAL. This information is NOT A PART of the application file and is REMOVED from the application when received by our office. The City of Hibbing appreciates your cooperation in our efforts to ensure affirmative action and equal opportunity.
The city of Hibbing has adopted a Drug and Alcohol Testing policy in accordance with MN. Stat. § 181.950 - §181.954 for job applicants and employees. Copies of the policy are available for inspection by job applicants or employees during regular business hours in the city’s Human Resources office.
According to Minn. Stat. § 13.04, the City must advise you of the following.
Purpose and intended use of the data:
The city collects this information for the purpose of selecting a candidate for hire. Your data will be used to verify all information provided within the application packet, including contacting current or previous employers. For public safety positions or in the event you are selected for hire, your data will be used to perform a criminal background check, including using the BCA’s website and a pre-employment physical. Consultant, city staff, and elected officials involved in the hiring process will have access to the data provided. Data may be shared upon court order or provided to the state or legislative auditor, upon request.
Whether you may refuse or are legally required to supply this data: Application for employment as well as supplying any data in application for employment is voluntary.
Consequences arising from supplying or refusing to supply this data:
We take pride in hiring the best candidates, but we can’t do this without a complete application. Filling out the application is voluntary, and the more complete the application, the better your chances of conveying to the city you are the best candidate for the job. Except for explicitly optional requested information, refusal to provide a complete application may result in immediate disqualification from consideration for a position.
Minors submitting this application have the right to request that parental access to private data be denied. If you wish to make this request, please submit the request in writing to the City of Hibbing Human Resourced department at 401 East 21st Street, Hibbing, MN 55746 or by email to email@example.com.
The Minnesota Government Data Practices Act (Minn. Stat. §§ 13.01 – 13.90) includes two sections affecting applicants seeking employment with the City of Hibbing. First, under “Rights of Subjects of Data” (Minn. Stat. § 13.04), when an applicant is asked to provide information about him/herself, the City must advise you of:
Second under “Personnel Data” (Minn. Stat. §13.43) the following data on you as an applicant for employment by a public agency is automatically public:
As an applicant, your name is considered private until you are certified as eligible for appointment to a position or are considered by the appointing authority to be a finalist for a position in public employment.
If you are hired, the following additional data about you will be considered public information:
All data concerning you which is placed in your personnel file and which is not addressed in statute as public data (see above listing) is private data. This private data will be available to you and those members of city staff needing it to process city records. In addition, the following persons or organization are authorized by state and federal law to receive this data if they so request in certain circumstances:
With the exception of the optional data requested, the data you provide is needed to identify you and assist in determining your suitability for the position for which you are applying.
NOTICE REGARDING SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER: This information will be used for payroll taxes, insurance purposes, and retained in the employee’s data record.
NOTICE TO MINORS: Minors from whom private data or confidential data is collected have the right to request that parental access to the private data be denied.
If you have any questions regarding your rights as a subject of data, please contact the City of Hibbing Human Resources Department at 401 East 21st Street, Hibbing, MN 55746. This information is subject to change consistent with subsequent amendments to the Minnesota Government Data Practices Act.
I have read and understand the included Applicant Data Practices Advisory; General Information on the MN Government Data Practices Act for Applicants, Employees, and Volunteers; ant Notice of Adoption of Pre-Employment Drug Testing Policy. I have also been offered to respond to the voluntary and confidential Equal Employment Opportunity Information.
By checking the "I agree" box below, you agree and acknowledge that 1) your supplemental application will not be signed in the sense of a traditional paper document, 2) by signing in this alternate manner, you authorize your electronic signature to be valid and binding upon you to the same force and effect as a handwritten signature, and 3) you may still be required to provide a traditional signature at a later date.
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