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Classified Service - this term refers to all offices or positions in the  civil service system of the City of New York, classified typically under one of these jurisdictional classes: 

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<li>Competitive Class - Positions for which merit and fitness for appointment must be demonstrated through a competitive examination. An examination may be a multiple-choice, practical/physical examination, education and experience exam or combination thereof, based upon the duties and qualifications of the title. Appointments are made to positions in the Competitive Class in accordance with New York State Civil Service Law and the Personnel Rules and Regulations of the City of New York (PRR). The following types of appointments may be made within the Competitive Class:</li>

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        Permanent - Probationary appointments in the Competitive Class are made from eligible lists established by competitive examinations. Appointments are made by selection of one of the three people certified by the New York City Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) as standing highest on an eligible list who are willing to accept such appointment or promotion. This means that a candidate on an eligible list must be considered for three separate positions before they may be struck from the list without further consideration. This is commonly known as the “one-in-three rule”. Certain statutory exceptions may apply with respect to breaking ties in rank order. Employees who are appointed from eligible lists and who satisfactorily complete a probationary period are considered permanent and may have certain notice and hearing rights before they can be terminated from their position.
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Provisional - An employee may serve in a Competitive Class position on a provisional basis under certain conditions. In the event that a vacancy occurs in a Competitive Class position for which no eligible list exists, the position may be filled by a qualified applicant on a provisional basis. Employees serving provisionally do not have notice or statutory due process rights and may be terminated if a civil service list is established for that title. 
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Temporary - Temporary appointments may be made in accordance with civil service law to full or part-time positions that are intended to be of limited duration. 
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Non-Competitive Class - Positions for which it is not practical to administer a competitive examination. Merit and fitness are determined by examining the applicant’s qualifications to determine if the applicant meets the standards required for the position. 
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Exempt Class Positions – Positions typically with a close and confidential relationship with the appointing authority and/or their deputies, for which the appointing authority is entitled to determine the qualifications and to evaluate merit and fitness, are in the Exempt class.
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Labor Class Positions - inclusive of all unskilled laborers for which competitive examination is not practical. 
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