Government Jobs in Faulkner County, AR

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  • Arkansas.gov Faulkner County

    Search Arkansas government agencies and get location information and links to online services offered by ... Jobs. Pages. Close. ... Faulkner County. Back to Agencies.

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  • Local.Arkansas.gov - County and Municipal Information ...

    Faulkner County. Faulkner County was formed on April 12, 1873, ... Local.Arkansas.gov is provided through a partnership of INA and the Arkansas Municipal League

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  • Employment - Faulkner County Sheriff's Office

    ... New Job (Deputy Position) ... ACIC | Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association | Conway Police | Faulkner County. ... ©2014 Faulkner County, Arkansas ...

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  • Faulkner County Sheriff's Office - Arkansas

    Faulkner County is located geographically in the center of Arkansas. Faulkner County’s population is approximately 118,704 and the area it covers is 647 sq miles.

    www.fcso.ar.gov

  • Jail - Faulkner County Sheriff's Office - Arkansas

    The Faulkner County Detention Center is a full service facility providing nutritious meals prepared onsite by inmates who have ... ©2014 Faulkner County, Arkansas ...

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Employment and Training Administration - Workforce Professionals - What's New in Workforce Investment

  • Current Population Survey: BLS Seeks to Add Questions on Certifications and Licensure; Seeks Comments by September 15

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics has announced it is seeking Office of Management and Budget approval for revisions to the Current Population Survey. BLS notes, in part:

    The CPS questionnaire has been revised to add three questions on certification/licensure and remove three questions on educational attainment to avoid increasing the cost of the CPS and to limit the increase in respondent burden. These proposed changes would be permanent changes to the survey.

    Certification/licensure is a topic that aligns closely with the CPS goal of collecting information about factors that impact labor market success, and it is a topic of interest to researchers and policy makers. The three additional questions will identify whether respondents have a currently active professional certification or license; whether any of those credentials were issued by the Federal, State, or local government; and whether the credential is required for an individual`s main job.

    The July 17 FEDERAL REGISTER provides the BLS preamble statement on the CPS, addresses the education attainment item that are proposed for excision, summarizes the burden hour estimates, and describes the desired focus for public comment.

  • Trade Adjustment Assistance Funding: ETA Identifies the FY 2014 Second Distribution Amounts to State Workforce Agencies/Cooperating State Agencies

    The Employment and Training Administration has issued Training and Employment Guidance Letter 01-14. The purpose of this advisory is to assist State Workforce Agencies or agencies designated by Governors as "Cooperating State Agencies" in administering the TAA program by:

    identifying the FY 2014 Second Distribution amounts to states and describing the formula methodology the Department of used to calculate these amounts

    describing the process for states to request TAA program reserve funds for training, employment and case management services, job search allowances, relocation allowances, and related state administration.

  • ETA Publishes Strategies for Using Workforce Investment Act Youth Formula Funds to Serve Court-Involved Youth and Youth At-Risk of Offending

    The WIA Youth Formula Program provides funds to state and local areas to serve low-income youth ages 14 to 21 who face barriers to employment. The purpose of Training and Employment Notice 01-14 is two-fold: to provide examples of strategies that may prove useful for WIA programs that serve court-involved youth and youth at-risk of offending, and to offer points to keep in mind in designing and operating programs for this population.

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