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Title 2 . Administration
Chapter 7 . Public Information
Section 56. Scope of recruitment

2 AAC 07.056. Scope of recruitment

(a) An appointing authority must make a public announcement of a vacancy except as provided in 2 AAC 07.225 - 2 AAC 07.235. Except as provided in (b) - (d) of this section, the public announcement must be for at least 10 days.

(b) When the appointing authority determines that a departmental or interdepartmental recruitment is in the best interest of the state service, the announcement of a vacancy may be limited to recruitment of classified employees only. The announcement must be available to the appropriate permanent employees for a period of not less than five days. Applications for a departmental assessment must be accepted only from employees who have permanent status in the recruiting department. Applications for an interdepartmental assessment must be accepted only from employees who have permanent status.

(c) When the appointing authority recruits under provisions specific to a recognized collective bargaining agreement, the announcement of the vacancy may be limited to recruitment under those provisions.

(d) When a position is moved from the exempt or partially exempt service into the classified service as provided in 2 AAC 07.215, the announcement of a vacancy may be limited to recruitment of employees of the exempt or partially exempt services whose positions have been moved to the classified service. The announcement must be available to the appropriate employees for a period of not less than five days. Applications for the positions covered by the announcement must be accepted only from employees whose positions are covered by the announcement.

(e) Unless the director determines that insufficient competition exists or will exist among applicants domiciled or claiming residency in this state under 2 AAC 07.106(b) , the announcement of a vacancy under (a) of this subsection is limited to recruitment of applicants domiciled or claiming residency in this state. If the director determines that insufficient competition exists or will exist, the announcement of a vacancy may include recruitment of any applicant with the legal right to work in the United States. The appointing authority shall rank candidates for selection in accordance with 2 AAC 07.106(b) .

History: Eff. 8/31/2000, Register 156; am 4/23/2004, Register 175

Authority: AS 39.25.070

AS 39.25.140

AS 39.25.150

Editor's note: Even though the readoption of 2 AAC 07.056 was effective 4/23/2004, it was not published until Register 175, Oct. 2005.


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