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(a) The appointing authority shall make reasonable efforts to assess qualified applicants to determine the persons best qualified to perform the duties of a position. To the extent that it is feasible and practicable, an assessment must be designed to fairly predict satisfactory performance of the duties of a position.
(b) An assessment under this section may include
(1) an evaluation of education, experience, or record of accomplishment;
(2) an assessment of knowledge, skill, ability, capacity, intelligence, or aptitude;
(3) an inquiry into any matter related to bona fide occupational qualifications; and
(4) any combination of these factors reasonably calculated to predict successful performance in the position.
(c) An appointing authority may utilize tests as an assessment device after approval by the director. Work-related exercises, such as typing exercises and writing samples, do not need review if the exercise is job related.
History: Eff. 8/31/2000, Register 156; am 8/25/2005, Register 175
Authority: AS 39.25.070
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