. . . tentative job offer.
That's what the email said, but there was no information about salary. Only a request for the appropriate paperwork to continue with the process.
You have been tentatively selected and are being actively considered for employment for the position of <deleted>. If you are interested and would like further consideration for this position, please provide the following information and documents: <deleted>
I guess there's some deep, underlying reason the government must communicate in this manner, but it escapes me. I would assume that a job offer (even tentative) would include at least an afterthought about salary.
More later . . .