Nassau County Exams

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Below is a roundup of Nassau County exams leading to public service positions. 

Prospective applicants are advised to write or call the appropriate office to make sure they meet the qualifications needed to apply for an exam. For jobs for which no written tests are given, candidates will be rated on education and experience, or by oral tests or performance exams.

For more information about Civil Service exams in Nassau County, click here.

NASSAU COUNTY EXAMS

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7078 CR(D) Cytotechnologist I $43,863-$91,243

7094 CR(D) Cytotechnologist II $52,099-$108,383

7095 CR(D) Cytotechnologist III $66,357-$132,168

5263 CR(D) Medical Technologist I $31,963-$74,978

5002 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Acute Care) $59,507-$108,383

5003 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Adult Health) $59,507-$108,383

5004 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Community Health) $59,507-$108,383

5005 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Family Health) $59,507-$108,383

5006 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Gerontology) $59,507-$108,383

5007 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Neonatology) $59,507-$108,383

5008 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Obstetrics/Gynecology) $59,507-$108,383

5009 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Oncology) $59,507-$108,383

5010 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Palliative Care) $59,507-$108,383

5011 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Pediatrics) $59,507-$108,383

5012 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Perinatology) $59,507-$108,383

5013 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Psychiatry) $59,507-$108,383

5014 CR Nurse Practitioner I (Women’s Health) $59,507-$108,383

3138 CR(D) Occupational Therapist Assistant $31,963-$74,207

7288 CR(D) Occupational Therapist/Occupational Therapist I $37,093-$128,172

3139 CR(D) Pharmacist I $56,636-$117,533

3140 CR(D) Physical Therapist Assistant $31,963-$74,207

5182 CR(D) Physical Therapist/Physical Therapist I $37,092-$128,172

1067 CR Physician Assistant I $56,636-$117,533

5183 CR(D) X-Ray Technician I (General) $31,963-$65,946

8191 CR(D) X-Ray Technician I (Mammography) $31,963-$65,946

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Manndogg16

Why is it so important to build more jails and close rikers island than to help the homeless and the mentally ill on our streets .deblasio has to go


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