This course is designed to teach supervisors, managers and classified staff about classified staff selection processes. This session includes:
• Begins with information on the classified staff recruitment and selection process, including basics of the State Personnel System, state residency requirements, the concept of merit and fitness and definition of “classified.”
• An overview of classified processes involving CO-Jobs, the state’s new online application system, types of recruitment processes, assessment/exam options and the referral process.
• Definitions of key terms and explanations of processes for transfer, reinstatement, promotion, demotion, resignation, state classified hourly, and essential positions along with discussion of the key similarities and differences between the classified and administrative professional search processes.
Goals and Target Audience:
Supervsior and managers of classified staff as well as classified employees.
-Knowledge of the basic premise for state classified staff serach processes
- Understanding terms in the state classified staff system such as transfer, voluntary demotion, reinstatement, etc.
-Basic knowledge of the methods of hiring within the state classified system
-Where to call when you have questions!