Census jobs are available for an individual, company or institution to fill.
Here’s how to get started.
The Bureau has more than 4,000 positions, including those for public school teachers, child care workers and others.
There are some more than 2,000 career openings.
Here are the job titles available for each.
C-3, Public Health: This position requires a bachelor’s degree in Public Health and a bachelor of science in Public Administration, Health Science or Health Science Technology, and a minimum of three years of experience in a public health field.
The position also requires a minimum 6-8 years of public health experience in an academic or private practice.
CFO: This is a senior executive with responsibility for managing and/or overseeing the financial performance of the agency.
The CFO is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the bureau, including the budget, administration and administration and finance departments, and supervising and controlling the operations of its agencies and programs.
CFPB: This role requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Economics or a related field and experience in the finance, accounting, accounting consulting, public relations or related industries.
The successful candidate must have a strong background in accounting, financial management, management consulting, accounting services, public finance, or financial planning.
CTO: This positions is for the position of a technical support person or systems engineer to assist with the development of systems and systems software or software systems.
The individual or team leader may be responsible for managing, operating and maintaining all systems, applications and systems related to the Bureau’s work.
The candidate must possess an understanding of accounting, finance, law and economics, as well as a strong interest in information technology.
CIO: This CIO positions is a key, senior position with responsibility to direct the organization’s information technology and systems infrastructure.
This position must possess the skills, knowledge and ability to effectively manage complex IT systems and ensure that the information technology infrastructure is protected and maintained.
This person is responsible to oversee the operations and management of the organization and for the timely delivery of critical information to the public.
CPA: This career is designed to meet the needs of public officials and their senior management.
The career includes responsibilities for managing the work of an office of government affairs, the accounting department, the business office and related functions.
The senior CPA should possess a sound understanding of the accounting profession, accounting and related disciplines, as applied to the accounting and financial systems in the private and public sectors.
CDP: This roles is for an accountants professional and an accountancy consultant to perform administrative functions.
This CDP should have experience in accounting and be able to operate and manage a complex and complex system in a timely manner.
This individual must possess a strong business and accounting background.
COD: This job is for a Certified Public Accountant to be a Certified Fraud Examiner to provide the services of auditing, as required by law.
This is an entry level position with a salary range from $20,000 to $50,000.
This job includes responsibilities such as providing financial reports and providing audits to government agencies, as mandated by law, and providing legal and accounting services to government.
CPD: This represents the position for a public information technology specialist to assist in providing quality public information, as is required by state and local law enforcement agencies.
The specialist must possess strong computer skills and have a solid understanding of how computers work.
This positions includes duties such as maintaining, maintaining, and upgrading computer systems and applications, and administering computer software to provide public access to the information provided to the general public.
This career includes duties including providing assistance to public entities in the delivery of public records and reports, and assisting with computer and telecommunications equipment maintenance and repairs.
CTP: This post has a specific title of Certified Public Technician.
The term refers to a Certified Technician in Public Affairs, a career position.
This particular job is a CPT, or Certified Public Practitioner.
The terms CPT and CTP are also used in the field of accounting and finance, and are considered in this article.
This certification is required to operate an accounting or financial software system, and to perform various tasks related to auditing and accounting systems.
This includes administering accounting and accounting software to ensure compliance with state and federal law.
It also includes performing financial analysis on public financial reports.
A certified CPT or CPT certification is a requirement for employment with the Census, according to the Census website.
CPTs and CPT Certification Requirements: The CPT is required in all states and territories to complete a minimum five years of accounting or accounting-related training, with the requirements for certification determined by the state and territory.
The requirements are: Master’s degree (or equivalent) in accounting or finance or related discipline from an accredited institution with at least five years experience, or the equivalent; Master’s in accounting (or the equivalent) or the corresponding degree from a non-accredited institution; or, Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, or equivalent in