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Classified Employment

How can I apply for a cleaning job?

What's the process for a promotion within the competitive class?

What is the performance evaluation cycle for the classified service?

I'm an annual classified service employee - when is my timesheet due?

My overtime/holiday isn't included in my current paycheck - why not?

Where can I find more information about Classified Service Employment (including exams, applications, promotions, canvasing, etc.)?

 

How can I apply for a cleaning job?

Answer:

The mass cleaning hiring process occurs once per year and applications aren't accepted outside this time frame.  Call Human Resources at 777-2187 for more information.

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What's the process for a promotion within the competitive class?

Answer:

The promotional process follows New York State Department of Civil Service guidelines.  Call Human Resources at 777-2187 for more information.

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What is the performance evaluation cycle for the classified service?

Answer:

OSU:  January 31 to January 30 annually

ASU, ISU, PEF and NYSCOPBA: March 1 to February 28 annually

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I'm an annual classified service employee - when is my timesheet due?

Answer:

Classified service employees who submit a timesheet biweekly should make sure that the timesheet is signed by their supervisor and submitted by the Friday following the end of the pay period (see Payroll Calendar). If the immediate supervisor isn't available, the back-up signatory should sign the timesheet.

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My overtime/holiday isn't included in my current paycheck - why not?

Answer:


If you opted for money for both overtime and worked holidays, this payment typically occurs two weeks after it is worked.  For specific questions, contact Payroll/Human Resources.

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Where can I find more information about Classified Service Employment (including exams, applications, promotions, canvasing, etc.)?

Answer:

The Department of Civil Service has an extensive list of more detailed civil service questions and answers online.

 

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Last Updated: 7/31/13