Who needs this part of an Application of Employment?
This a form for job applicants in the State of North Carolina. It’s not requested for every job opening. Applicants must file it only if they want a state job in North Carolina.
What is this form for?
This form is continuation sheet of the form PD-107, Application for Employment in North Carolina. Applicants are required to list all the previous jobs and describe their duties in order to prove their eligibility and competence for the desired position. If there isn’t enough space on the application to describe all the previous jobs, applicants may use this continuation sheet to provide full information.
Is it accompanied by other forms?
This continuation sheet itself is an attachment to the form PD-107.
When is this document due?
There is no due dates to employment applications, unless the hiring institution sets one. In this case, the due date for sending applications should be included in the job description.
How do I fill out this continuation sheet?
Applicants must write the name and address for each employer. Then they have to put their job title, their supervisor’s name and his telephone number. After that they should mention the dates they had been employed and separated, their starting and ending salary and their reason for leaving. The most important part is to list all the duties on the previous job that demonstrate competency for the current opening. There are three boxes to provide information about three previous employers. Applicants are free to complete as many continuation sheets as they need to describe their work history.
Where do I send it?
Send it to the state institution that announced an opening.