- Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
- Surgeons, Except Ophthalmologists.
- Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers.
- Family Medicine Physicians.
- Pediatricians, General.
- Chief Executives.
So, what are the steps before you move to California? BoF has compiled all you need to know to get started on your preparations, with tips for both international talent and US citizens.
Locate a Vacant Position
You’ve accomplished the first step in the recruiting process by passing an exam and become eligible for a list. After attaining eligibility, the next step is to look for and apply for open employment.
More departments will accept the State Application (STD 678) solely in electronic form in the coming years, although for the time being, applications can be filed on paper as well. You can send your application to the address listed in the job post or drop it off at the HR office of the hiring department. All of the information you’ll need to apply will be included in the advertisement, including contact information for HR employees if you have any questions.
Take part in a job interview.
The selection analyst will go over every detail of your application after you’ve submitted it but before an interview is scheduled to ensure it’s complete and meets all qualification and eligibility standards. They will verify that your license is active and valid if the classification you are looking for requires one.
Make sure you indicate “Transfer Eligibility” on your application. If you were permanent in classification and left state service you have reinstatement eligibility. You still need to apply and complete the hiring process, but you don’t need to take an exam.