23.3 Probationary Period Permanent employees who are promoted to a higher class shall undergo the probationary period prescribed for the higher class, but shall have the right to demote to their former class in their former department if rejected during their probationary period if a vacancy in their former class exists, except that trainees who are promoted to journey level classes shall not have the right to revert to their former trainee class if rejected during the probationary period. If no vacancy exists, such employees shall be placed in the longest standing vacancy, as determined by the requisition form date, County wide. If no vacancyRead More →

23.2 Promotional Eligible Lists (1) General Promotional Eligible Lists: The names of applicants successful in general promotional exams shall be placed on general promotional eligible lists for the classes examined. (2) Departmental Promotional Eligible Lists: The names of appli¬cants successful in departmental promotional exams shall be placed on departmental promotional eligible lists for the classes examined. (3) These lists shall take precedence over General Eligible Lists. (4) If, at the time of termination, an employee’s name appears on a promotional eligible list his/her name shall be removed from the promotional list and placed on the open competitive eligible list for that classification in accordance withRead More →

23.1 Examinations (1) Open Exams: Any person meeting the minimum qualifica¬tions for the job class may compete. (2) General Promotional Exams: Permanent and probationary employees who have served at least six months in such status prior to the date of the exam are eligible to compete. Persons who have been laid off and whose names are on a re¬employment list are also eligible provided they had served at least six months prior to layoff. (3) Departmental Promotional Exams: Permanent and probation¬ary employees of the department in which a promotional opportunity exists who have served at least six months in such status prior to the dateRead More →