The New Jersey Civil Service Commission continues to evaluate titles that are appropriate for reallocation from the competitive to the noncompetitive class of service. These actions will provide State and local agencies with the flexibility and timeliness needed to meet their staffing needs.
The current reallocation includes local titles for which the education requirement consists of a Bachelor's degree, and in some cases certification, but do not require any experience.
The following titles are proposed for reallocation into the noncompetitive division of the career service:
Architectural Assistant (05630)
Assistant Admitting Officer (00307@)
Assistant Budget Examiner (00326@)
Assistant Personnel Technician (00642)
Attendance Counselor (00829)
Attendance Counselor Bilingual Spanish/English (00830)
Case Monitor Juvenile Offender (02867)
Chemist Trainee (01550)
Community Service Worker (01319)
Community Service Worker Bilingual Spanish/English (01320)
Counselor Adolescent Unit (01385@)
Country Radiological Defense Coordinator, EM (05075)
Family and Neighborhood Counselor (01802)
Field Representative, Health Education (01816)
Field Representative, Health Education Bilingual Spanish/English (05437)
Mental Health Worker (02498@)
Mental Health Worker Bilingual Spanish/English (07879)
Park Naturalist (02606)
Physical Education Instructor (02669)
Printing Machine Operator Trainee (22530)
Program Nutritionist (07298)
Tennant Relations Assistant (04998)
Wetlands Specialist Mosquito Extermination (02419)
We are certain this class of service reallocation represents a positive and welcomed step towards change in our business practices.
Questions or comments about this process should be directed to John Teubner, Deputy Director, Division of Classification and Personnel Management, CSC at John.Teubner@csc.state.nj.us. All submissions must be received no later than July 21, 2014.