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(a) An application received by an announced deadline must be evaluated against the minimum qualifications for the class of positions. The director may provide for an electronic or other means of evaluating an application. If alternative means of application are permitted, the director may convert the various means to a common form for purposes of evaluation. The conversion is presumed to be made accurately, and a complaint under 2 AAC 07.450 may not be based on the results of a conversion. When the evaluation of an application shows that the requirements for qualification are met, the applicant must be admitted to the assessment, except as provided in 2 AAC 07.112.
(b) An appointing authority may request the director to approve the evaluation of applications against a specified portion of the minimum qualifications for the class of positions. The appointing authority may request such an approval when the appointing authority expects that some applicants who would meet the minimum qualifications for the class of positions would not be able to perform the duties of a specific position. The appointing authority shall document the unique or unusual circumstances involved in the request. The documentation must be consistent with the position description, the specification of the job class, and other factors relating to the principles of selection on the basis of merit from among the persons best qualified to perform the duties of the position. The director, solely in the director's discretion, may approve a request. If approved by the director, the specified portion of the minimum qualifications must be identified and applied to the position as if they were the minimum qualifications for the job class on all subsequent announcements of a vacancy in the position.
History: Eff. 8/31/2000, Register 156
Authority: AS 39.25.070
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