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June 16, 2016

Consolidation of Investigator titles in State Department and Agencies


Consolidation of Investigator titles in State Department and Agencies
New York State Department of Civil Service  
General Information Bulletin No. 16-03, Investigator Titles Consolidation

Scott DeFruscio, New York State Department of Civil Service Director of Staffing Services has posted New York State Department of Civil Service General Information Bulletin No. 16-03 explaining the changes to investigator titles described in a memorandum from the Department’s Director of Classification and Compensation dated May 20, 2016, and which took effect on June 16, 2016.

Bulletin No. 16-03 describes the Investigator series replacing the numerous titles currently in use and provides information developed to guide departments and agencies addressing the hiring and career mobility of employees in these new title series.

The result of the changes in the Investigator series on existing titles could result in a title consolidation, a reallocation, or a title change. Therefore, the impact of this change on employee mobility and eligible list usage may differ depending on relevant circumstances.

The Classification and Compensation memorandum is posted on the Internet at:

General Information Bulletin No. 16-03 is posted on the Internet at:
 

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