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1800 APPOINTMENTS

1840 (C) Transfers Between Titles Which are not Similar

.1 BACKGROUND

Section 70.4 of the Civil Service Law provides for transfer to another title at a similar salary grade after a noncompetitive examination.
It has been the long standing practice and policy of the Department to consider this type of transfer as a device to allow current employees to change career fields, and to limit these transfers to titles which are (or would be) filled by examinations open to the public.

.2 POLICY

.211 Requirements and limitations:
Section 70.4 transfers shall generally be approved if they meet the
requirements of Section 1840, and

  1. the employee seeking transfer meets the minimum qualifications
    and requirements of either the most recent or the next, anticipated
    open competitive examination, and
  2. the employee seeking transfer has not failed the most recent
    examination, either open-competitive or promotion, for the title to
    which transfer is sought, and
  3. there is not a departmental or interdepartmental promotion list
    containing the names of three eligibles willing to accept the position
    (Transition lists do not block this type of transfer), and
  4. the employee achieves (or has achieved) a passing score on the
    examination held for the title. (A passing score on a transition or
    promotion examination cannot be used.)

.4 PROCEDURES

.411 The Personnel Office for the agency in which the position will be filled inquires of their Staffing Services Representative about the appropriateness of a Section 70.4 transfer for a potential nominee.

.412 The Staffing Services Representative determines whether a nomination is in order, i.e., the requirements of Section 1840 are met. If so, the Staffing Services Representative advises the agency that a formal nomination may be submitted.

.413 Upon written nomination from the agency, including a completed open competitive examination application (OC-APP) demonstrating that the employee is qualified, the Staffing Services Representative will arrange to administer any required tests.

.414 Upon completing the transfer nomination, including any necessary tests, the Staffing Services Representative will send form S-121, Action on Nomination for Permanent Appointment to the agency. This form indicates the disposition of the nomination, and the effective date of the action.

.415 Where the Section 70.4 transfer is approved, the agency Personnel Office will notify the nominee, confirm that no reemployment list or promotion list blocks the transfer and initiate the submission of the transaction.


TM-71, Replaces TM-48; + = new; * = revised material; 6/15

 

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