Proposed 2019-2020 State Employee Contract

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CONTRACT

THIS CONTRACT is between the STATE OF FLORIDA, hereinafter called the state, and the FLORIDA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES COUNCIL 79, AFSCME, which is an affiliate of the AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES, AFL- CIO, hereinafter called the Union, representing the employees in the Human Services, Professional, Operational Services and Administrative and Clerical Units.

PREAMBLE

WHEREAS, it is recognized by the parties hereto that the declared public policy of the state and the purpose of Part II, Chapter 447, Florida Statutes, is to provide statutory implementation of Section 6, Article I of the Constitution of the state of Florida, and to promote harmonious and cooperative relationships between state government and its employees, both collectively and individually, and to protect the public by assuring, at all times, the orderly and uninterrupted operations and functions of state government; and

WHEREAS, it is the intention of the parties to this Contract to set forth the entire agreement with respect to matters within the scope of negotiations; and

WHEREAS, the above language is a statement of intent and therefore not subject to the grievance procedure as outlined in Article 6;

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants herein contained, the parties do agree as follows:

Article 1 RECOGNITION

SECTION 1 – Inclusions

(A) The state hereby recognizes the Florida Public Employees Council 79, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, AFL-CIO, (Union) as the representative for the purposes of collective bargaining with respect to wages, hours, and terms and conditions of employment for all employees included in the Human Services, Professional, Operational Services, and Administrative and Clerical Bargaining Units.

(B) The bargaining units for which this recognition is accorded are defined in the certifications issued by the Florida Public Employees Relations Commission, hereinafter alsoreferred to as “PERC,” (Human Services Unit, Order Number 76E-1405 issued on December 21, 1976; Professional Unit, Certification Number 377 issued on January 9, 1978; Operational Services Unit, Certification Number 418 issued on July 14, 1978; Administrative and Clerical Unit, Certification Number 542 issued on June 25, 1981) and as subsequently amended by PERC.

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(C) Attached as Appendix A is the Broadband Names and Classification Titles in the Administrative/Clerical (01), Operational Services (02), Human Services (03), and Professional (05) Bargaining Units. The parties acknowledge that there may have been occupations/classifications added or deleted since the last unit clarification that may require a modification of Appendix A. The Parties agree that within six months of the ratification of this Contract they will jointly submit a unit clarification petition to the Public Employees Relations Commission in an effort to update the certification.

SECTION 2 – Exclusions

(A) This Contract specifically excludes managerial, supervisory, and confidential employees as determined by PERC, temporary employees as defined in Rule 60L-33.003, Florida Administrative Code1, and persons paid from Other Personal Services (OPS) funds as defined by Florida Statutes.

(B) The state recognizes the integrity of these certified bargaining units and will not use Other Personal Services (OPS) appointments for the purpose of eroding these bargaining units.

SECTION 3 – New Positions/Occupation Profiles

(A) When the state establishes a new position/occupation profile that would be includedwithin a unit, the Union will be given advance notice in writing as to the state’s determination ofthe unit into which the new position/occupation profile will be assigned. If the parties disagree on unit placement, either party may submit the matter to PERC for resolution.

(B) When the state has decided that a revision of an occupation profile for positions covered by this Contract is needed, the Department of Management Services shall notify the President of the Union in writing of the proposed changes. The President of the Union shall notify the Department of Management Services, in writing, within 30 calendar days of any comments it has concerning the proposed changes, or of its desire to discuss them. Failure of the Union to notify the Department of Management Services within this specified period shall constitute a waiver of the right to discuss the change(s). Appeals by the Union under this section shall first be submitted to the Department of Management Services and, if not resolved at that level, the Union may submit the issue to PERC.

(C) Whenever the state is exercising a management right recognized by this Contract, the Union retains the right to bargain over the impact of any proposed changes.

Article 2 V ACANT

All references to administrative rules and statutes are to the language of the referenced rules and statutes as of the date of execution of the agreement.

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Article 3 V ACANT

Article 4
NO DISCRIMINATION

SECTION 1 – Non-Discrimination Policy – State-Federal Law

(A) Neither the state nor the Union shall discriminate against any employee for any reason prohibited under Florida Statutes or any federal law. If any provision of this Contract is in conflict with any federal or state law or any rules having the effect of law, the law or rule shall prevail.

(B) Any claim of illegal discrimination by an employee against the state, its officials, or representatives, except for grievances related to union membership, shall only be subject to the method of review prescribed by law or by rules and regulations having the force and effect of law.

SECTION 2 – Sexual Harassment

(A) The Union shall have the right to consult on issues of sexual harassment with the Step 1 Management Representative and/or designee(s), up through the Step 2 Management Representative and/or designee(s).

(B) The state agrees to take appropriate action if it finds an employee has engaged in sexual harassment.

(C) Any claim of sexual harassment by an employee against the state, its officials or representatives, shall only be subject to the method of review prescribed by law or by rules and regulations having the force and effect of law.

SECTION 3 – Affirmative Action Program

The Union agrees to support the states Affirmative Action Program and any other affirmative action programs affecting unit employees which may be developed by the state in consultation with the Union which comply with or are mandated by applicable state and/or federal law. Each agency will furnish the Union, upon written request, with a copy of its affirmative action programs which affect employees.

The Union will have the right to appoint a representative to meet and confer with the agencys affirmative action - equal employment opportunity officer on the agencys affirmative action programs which affect employees. The agencys program shall not be subject to review under the provisions of Article 6 of this Contract.

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Article 5
UNION ACTIVITIES AND EMPLOYEE REPRESENTATION

It is the policy of the Union and the state that the President of AFSCME Council 79 shall be responsible for all Union decisions relating to employee representative and Union activities covered by this Contract. The parties agree that the President may delegate certain activities; provided however, that the President or a member of the President’s staff will handle those Union activities which require action by or coordination with the Governor or the Governor’s designatedrepresentative.

SECTION 1 – Definitions

(A) Employee, as used in this Contract, means a state employee included in one of the bargaining units represented by the Union.

(B) Local President, as used in this Contract, means a state employee who is a Union member elected by members to be president of a Union local. A President may serve as a member of the Negotiation Committee, may also attend consultations when requested by a Union Regional Director or above, and may serve as a Steward.

(C) The term Steward, as used in this Contract, shall means an state employee who has been designated by the President of AFSCME Council 79 to investigate grievances at the Oral Step and to represent grievants at the Oral Step and Step 1 meetings on grievances which have been properly filed under Article 6 of this Contract when the Union has been selected as the employees representative.

(D) Union Staff Representative, as used in this Contract, means a person employed by the Union who represents employees in various capacities including Step 2 and Step 3 grievances, mediations, arbitrations, and consultations.

The term “employee”, as used in this Contract, shall mean an employee included in one ofthe bargaining units represented by the Union.

SECTION 2 – Designation of Employee Representatives

(A) The PresidentofPresident of AFSCME Council 79 shall furnish to the state a list of Stewards, Union Staff Representatives, and Regional Directors. The state will not recognize any person as a Steward, Union Staff Representative, or Regional Director whose name does not appear on the list.

(B) The Union shall be authorized to select Stewards to serve as employee representatives. Stewards shall be selected in accordance with the following:

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(1) Agency/Regional/District Headquarters Locations

One Steward per collective bargaining unit may be selected for each agency, regional, or district headquarters. Additionally, if there are employees in such location who regularly work more than one shift, one additional Steward may be selected for each such shift. If the number of employees regularly assigned to the first, second, or third shift exceeds 50 employees, an additional Steward may be selected for each multiple of 50 employees regularly assigned to that shift.

(2) Institution

If an agency has employees who are permanently assigned to an institution, one Steward per collective bargaining unit may be selected for each such institution. Additionally, if there are employees at the institution who regularly work more than one shift, one additional Steward may be selected for each such shift. If the number of employees on the first, second, or third shift exceeds 50, an additional Steward may be selected by the Union for each multiple of 50 employees regularly assigned to that shift.

(3) Remote/Satellite Work Locations

If an agency has employees who are permanently assigned to a remote or satellite work location (such as a food stamp office or maintenance yard), one Steward per collective bargaining unit may be selected for each such work location. Additionally, if there are employees in such locations who regularly work more than one shift, one additional Steward may be selected for each such shift. If the number of employees regularly assigned to the first, second, or third shift exceeds 50, an additional Steward may be selected by the Union for each multiple of 50 employees regularly assigned to that shift.

(C) The Union shall furnish the state the name, official class title, bargaining unit, name of employing agency, and specific work location of each Steward who has been designated in accordance with Paragraph (B) of this section. The state shall not recognize an employee as an authorized Steward until such information has been received from the Union. If a dispute arises as to whether an employee has been properly certified as a Steward, management shall contact the Department of Management Services to verify certification with the Union.

(D) When an employee has been appropriately designated to serve as a Steward in accordance with Paragraph (B), and the state has been notified in accordance with Paragraph (C), the Steward shall be authorized to investigate grievances and represent grievants in accordance with Article 6, subject to the following limitations:

(1) A Steward will not be allowed to investigate the Steward’s own grievanceduring the Steward’s scheduled work hours.

(2) Time spent by a Steward in investigating another employee’s grievance during regular work hours shall be considered time worked and will be the minimum amount of time necessary to perform the specific investigation involved.

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(3) A Steward, authorized by the Union to represent employees in one or more of the collective bargaining units covered by this Contract, shall be allowed to represent an employee in any such designated collective bargaining unit covered by this Contract; however, the Steward must be selected from those Stewards within the same work unit as the grievants work unit. If no Steward is located in the grievants work unit, the Steward must be selected from the work unit which is located closest to the grievants work location, subject to the limitations prescribed in Article 6.

(4) Stewards will not be subject to reprisal for carrying out their responsibilities in representing employees as described in this Section. Stewards have a corresponding responsibility to carry out their responsibilities in a professional manner.

SECTION 3 – Bulletin Boards

(A) Where state-controlled bulletin boards are available, the state agrees to provide space on such bulletin boards measuring nine square feet for Union use. Where bulletin boards are not available, the state agrees to provide wall space measuring nine square feet for Union- purchased bulletin boards.

  1. (B)  The Union bulletin boards shall be used only for the following notices:

    1. (1)  Recreational and social affairs of the Union;

    2. (2)  Union meetings;

    3. (3)  Union elections;

    4. (4)  Reports of Union committees;

    5. (5)  Union benefit programs;

    6. (6)  Current Union contract;

    7. (7)  Training and educational opportunities;

    8. (8)  Decisions reached through consultation meetings, as approved by the Chief Negotiator of the Department of Management Services; and/or

    9. (9)  Notices of wage increases for covered employees.

  2. (C)  Materials posted on these bulletin boards shall not contain anything which violates

or has the effect of violating any law, rule, or regulation.

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(D) Postings must be dated and bear the signature of an authorized Union representative.

(E) Posting materials may be sent by the Union to Shop Stewards to their work sites via work email addresses for printing and posting on authorized bulletin boards. Such printing shall be done in black and white format only and shall be done in a reasonable manner to accommodate work unit operations.

SECTION 4 – Employee Lists

(A) Upon request of the President of AFSCME Council 79 on no more than a quarterly basis, the state will provide it with personnel data from the state personnel database (People First) at no cost to the Union. These data will include employees’ names, home addresses, worklocations, classification titles, and other data elements as identified by the Union that are not confidential under state law. This information will be prepared on the basis of the latest information available in the database at the time of the request.

(B) It is the state’s policy to protect employee data exempt from public access underthe provisions of Florida Statute 119.071(4) from inadvertent or improper disclosure. Such data include home addresses, telephone numbers, and dates of birth. The Union agrees, therefore, that these exempt data are provided for the sole and exclusive use of the Union in carrying out its role as certified bargaining agent. This information may not be relayed, sold, or transferred to a third party and may not be used by an entity or individual for any purpose other than Union business.

SECTION 5 – Occupation Profiles/Rules

The state will inform the President of AFSCME Council 79 of revisions to the occupation profiles for positions within these bargaining units and revisions to the Rules of the State Personnel System. The occupation profiles and Rules of the State Personnel System are maintained andaccessible to the Union on the Department of Management Services’ website.

SECTION 6 – Representative Access

(A) The state agrees that accredited representatives of the Union, whether Local Union Representatives, Council Representatives or International Union Representatives, shall have access to the premises of the state that are available to the public.

(B) If any area of the state’s premises is restricted to the public, permission must be requested to enter such areas and such permission will not be unreasonably denied. Such access shall be during the regular working hours of the employee and shall be to investigate an employee’sgrievance.

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SECTION 7 – Consultation

(A) In order to provide a means for continuing communication between the parties and upon request of the President of AFSCME Council 79, the Secretary of the Department of Management Services and/or designated representative(s) and not more than six employees of the affected agency(ies), selected by the Union, shall make a good faith effort to meet and consult. Such meeting shall be held at a time and place designated by the Department of Management Services.

(B) If a Union Staff Representative (no lower than a Union Regional Director) requests to meet and consult with an Agency Head and/or designee(s), the Agency Head and/or designee(s) shall make a good faith effort to meet and consult with the Union Staff Representative and not more than six Union Representatives representatives from the Agency. A President of the Local or designee may attend the requested meeting as one of the six Union Representatives representatives, provided that any required travel is limited to a maximum of 50 miles (one way) from his/her official work location. Such meetings shall be held at a time and place to be designated by the Agency Head or designee after consulting with the Union Staff Representative.

(C) If a Union Regional Director requests to meet and consult with a Step 1 Management Representative and/or his designee(s), the Step 1 Management Representative andthe Regional Director and/or the Regional Director’s designated Union Staff Representative, along with no more than three Union Representativesrepresentatives, shall make a good faith effort to meet and consult. A President of the LocalLocal President may attend the requested meeting as one of the three Union Representatives representatives, provided that any required travel is limited to a maximum of 50 miles (one way) from his/her official work location. Such meetings shall be held at a time and place to be designated by the Step 1 Management Representative after consulting with the Regional Director.

(D) All consultation meetings will be scheduled after giving due consideration to the availability and work location of all parties. If a consultation meeting is held or requires reasonable travel time during the regular work hours of any participant, such hours shall be deemed time worked. Attendance at the consultation meeting outside of a participant’s regular work hours shall not be deemed time worked.

(E) The purpose of all consultation meetings shall be to discuss matters relating to the administration of this Contract and any agency activities affecting employees. It is understood that these meetings shall not be used for the purpose of discussing pending grievances or for negotiation purposes. The parties shall exchange agenda indicating the matters they wish to discuss no later than seven calendar days prior to the scheduled meeting date.

(F) Decisions reached through consultation meetings shall be reduced to writing and a copy furnished to the Chief Negotiator of the Department of Management Services and the President of AFSCME Council 79 within 30 days following the meeting.

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SECTION 8 – Negotiations

(A) The Union agrees that all collective bargaining is to be conducted with the state representatives designated for that purpose by the Governor, as chief executive officer. While negotiating meetings shall normally be held in Tallahassee, the state and the Union may mutually agree to meet elsewhere at a state facility or other location which involves no rental cost to the state. There shall be no negotiations by the state or the Union at any other level of state government unless the parties expressly agree to do so in writing.

(B) The Union may designate employees within each unit to serve as its Negotiations Committee, and such employees will be granted administrative leave with pay to attend negotiating sessions with the state; provided, however, that the total number of employees designated by the Union shall not exceed one employee for each 2,000 covered employees. No more than one employee shall be selected from the same work unit at any one time, nor shall the selection of any employee unduly hamper the operations of the work unit. The names, classifications, and work locations of employees designated for the Negotiations Committee shall be provided to the Department of Management Services by September 1 of each year.

(C) No employee on the Negotiations Committee shall be credited with more than the number of hours in the employee’s regular workday for any day the employee is attending negotiations or traveling to or from negotiations. The time in attendance at such negotiating sessions shall not be counted as hours worked for the purpose of computing compensatory time or overtime. The agency shall not reimburse the employee for travel, meals, lodging, or any expense incurred in connection with attendance at negotiating sessions.

SECTION 9 – Union Activities

Employees shall have the right to request annual or compensatory leave or leave without pay for the purpose of attending Union conventions, conferences and meetings. When such requests cannot be granted, the supervisor shall provide such denial in writing.

SECTION 10 – Union Representation, Employee Discipline

An employee may request that a Union representative be present during an investigation meeting in which the employee is to be questioned regarding a matter that the employee reasonably believes may result in discipline of the employee, and during a predetermination conference in which suspension or dismissal of the employee is being proposed. The purpose of the investigation meeting will be explained to the employee at the beginning of the meeting.

Article 6 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

It is the policy of the state and Union to encourage informal discussions between supervisors and employees of employee complaints. Such discussions should be held with a view

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to reaching an understanding that will resolve the matter in a manner satisfactory to the employee and the state, without need for recourse to the formal grievance procedure prescribed by this Article. Union access to employees and supervisory personnel during the workday is as provided in Article 5, Sections 2 and 10, and Article 6, Section 2.

SECTION 1 – Definitions

As used in this Article:

(A) “Grievance” shall mean a dispute involving the interpretation or application of thespecific provisions of this Contract that is filed on a grievance form as contained in Appendix B.

(B) “Grievant” shall mean an employee or a group of employees having the same grievance.

(C) “Grievant’s Representative” shall mean a Steward or Union Staff Representative asdefined in Article 5, Section 1, or other individual designated by the grievant to represent the grievant at grievance meetings to discuss grievances properly filed under Article 6 of this Contract, at mediations, and at arbitration hearings.

(D) page12image3784832“Days” shall mean business days. “Business days” refers to the ordinary businesshours, i.e., 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, in the time zone in which therecipient is located. Furthermore, “business days” do not include any day observed as a holidaypursuant to section 110.117, Florida Statutes, holiday observed by the Union pursuant to a list furnished to the state in writing, as of the effective date of this AgreementContract, or day duringa suspension of grievance processing as agreed in writing by the parties. “Business days” also does not include a day(s) on which the offices of DMS or any agency employing bargaining unit members are closed under an Executive Order of the Governor or otherwise for an emergency condition or disaster under the provisions of Rule 60L-34.0071(3)(e).

(DE) “File” or “Appeal” shall mean the receipt of a grievance by the appropriate steprepresentative.

(F) “His” is intended to be gender neutral.

SECTION 2 – Election of Remedy and Representation

(A) Nothing in this Article or elsewhere in this Contract shall be construed to permit the Union or an employee to process a grievance (1) on behalf of any employee without his consent, or (2) when the subject of such (employee’s) grievance is at the same time the subject of an administrative action under section 120.569 or 120.57, Florida Statutes, or appeal before a governmental board or agency, or court proceeding, except that employees shall have the right to pursue claims of discrimination in other appropriate forums. If a grievance is filed that may be processed under this Article and also under the Public Employees Relations Act pursuant to section 110.227(5), Florida Statutes, the grievant shall indicate at the time the grievance is reduced to

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writing which procedure is to be used as the exclusive remedy. In the case of any duplicate filing, the action first filed will be the one processed.

(B) An employee who decides to use this Grievance Procedure shall indicate at the Oral Step or initial written step whether to be represented by the Union or another representative designated by the grievant. If the grievant is represented by the Union or another representative,any decision agreed to by the state and Union or the state and the grievant’s designatedrepresentative, shall be binding on the grievant.

(C) Where Union representation is authorized as provided in this Contract and isrequested by a grievant, the grievant’s representative shall be selected from the list of Stewards,Union Staff Representatives or Union Regional Directors, which has been provided to the state in accordance with Article 5 of this Contract. The grievant may also be represented by an attorney or other representative retained by either the Union or the grievant.

(1) A Steward selected to represent a grievant in a grievance which has been properly filed in accordance with this Article, may be allowed a reasonable amount of time during scheduled work hours to investigate the grievance and to represent the grievant at any Oral Step and Step 1 meetings that are held during regular work hours. Such time shall be considered time worked and shall be subject to prior approval by the Steward’s immediate supervisor; however,approval of such time will not be withheld if the Steward can be allowed the time without interfering with, or unduly hampering, the operations of the unit to which the Steward is regularlyassigned. The Steward’s immediate supervisor will notify the grievant’s supervisor prior toallowing the Steward time to investigate the grievance.

(2) Investigations will be conducted in a way that does not interfere with state

operations.

(3) As indicated in Article 5 of this Contract, the Steward in the same worklocation or the closest work location to the grievant’s work location shall be selected to represent the grievant. In no case shall a Steward be allowed to travel more than 25 miles from his official work location in order to investigate a grievance. The Union will make a reasonable effort to ensure that it trains a sufficient number of stewards in order to minimize any such travel.

(4) A Steward who has been selected to represent a grievant as provided in this Article will be considered a required participant at the Step 1 grievance meeting.

(5) The grievant, or the designated spokesperson in a class action grievance, will be considered a required participant at the Oral Step and Step 1 grievance meetings.

(D) The grievant and the grievant’s representative, if any, shall be notified of the Step 1 meeting. Further, all communication concerning written grievances or their resolution shall be inwriting and a copy shall be sent to the grievant and the grievant’s representative.

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(E) If the grievant is not represented by the Union, any adjustment of the grievance shall be consistent with the terms of this Contract, the Union shall be given reasonable opportunity to be present at any meeting called for the resolution of the grievance, and processing of the grievance will be in accordance with the procedures established in this Contract. The Union shall not be bound by the decision of any grievance in which the grievant chose not to be represented by the Union.

(F) The filing or pendency of any grievance under the provisions of this Article shall in no way operate to impede, delay or interfere with the right of the state to take the action complained of, subject, however, to the final disposition of the grievance.

(G) The resolution of a grievance prior to arbitration shall not establish a precedent binding on either the state or the Union in other cases unless stipulated by the parties in a settlement agreement approved by DMS.

SECTION 3 – Procedures

(A) Employee grievances filed in accordance with this Article are to be presented and handled promptly at the lowest level of supervision having the authority to adjust the grievances. A grievance may be filed and responded to by facsimile, electronic mail, personal service, or mail. Grievances are to be filed on the appropriate form as contained in Appendix B of this Contract.

  1. (B)  Once a grievance is filed, no new violation or issue can be raised.

  2. (C)  There shall be no reprisals against any of the participants in the procedures

contained herein by reason of such participation.

(D) If a grievance meeting, mediation, or arbitration hearing is held or requires reasonable travel time during the regular work hours of the grievant, agrievant’s representative of the grievant, or any required witnesses, such hours shall be deemed time worked. Reasonable travel time and attendance at a mediation during the regular work hours of the grievant or grievant’srepresentative is also deemed to be time worked. Attendance at grievance meetings, mediation, orarbitration hearings outside of a participant’s regular work hours shall not be deemed time worked. The state will not pay the expenses of any participants attending such meetings on behalf of the union.

(E) An employee who has not attained permanent status in his position can only file non-discipline grievances, which are final and binding at Step 3 as provided in this Article. With respect to disciplinary grievances, oral reprimands are not grievable. An employee who has attained permanent status in his position may grieve a written reprimand up to Step 2; the decision at that level is final and binding.

(F) Grievances shall be presented and adjusted in the following manner, and no individual may respond to a grievance at more than one written step. In the event a grievance is not answered in a timely manner at the preceding step, the state agrees not to remand the grievance

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for the purpose of obtaining the answer without the agreement of the Union or the grievant’sdesignated representative, if any.

(1) Oral Step

(a) An employee having a grievance may, within 15 days following the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance, initiate the grievance by presenting it orally to his or her immediate supervisor, stating the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated and the relief requested. In the alternative, an employee may file a Step 1 grievance as described in paragraph (2)(b) below. The immediate supervisor shall make every effort to resolve the grievance at the Oral Step, including meeting to discuss the grievance if such meeting is requested by the grievant or the grievant’s representative, or if a meeting is deemed necessary by the supervisor. The supervisor shall communicate a decision to the grievant and the grievant’srepresentative, if any, within 10 days following the date the grievance is received at the Oral Step.

(b) Failure to communicate the Oral Step decision within 10ten days shall permit the grievant, the Union, or other designated grievance the grievant’s representative where appropriate, to proceed to the next step.

(c) The number of days indicated at this step shall be considered as the maximum, and every effort will be made to expedite the process. However, the time limits specified in this step of this procedure may be extended in writing provided there is agreement by the parties. There shall be no retroactive extensions of time limits.

(dc) Oral Step Documentation. If the grievance is not resolved at the Oral Step and the grievant chooses to submit the grievance for a Step 1 review under the provisions of paragraph (2)(a) below, the grievant is to document the following information, signed and dated by the grievant and submitted to the supervisor, and include it with the Step 1 grievance filing:

1. the event giving rise to the grievance and the date it occurred;

2. the date the Oral Step grievance was presented to the supervisor;

3. the date of the meeting with the supervisor if a meeting was held; and

4. the date the supervisor communicated his/her decision to the grievant.

(2) STEP 1

(a) If the grievant elects to utilize the Oral Step and the grievance is not resolved, the grievant or the designated grievancegrievant’s representative may submit the grievance in writing to the Step 1 Management Representative on the grievance form contained in

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Appendix B of the Contract, to be received within 10 days following the receipt of the Oral Step decision or the supervisor’s failure to communicate the decision within the timeframe containedin paragraph (1)(a). The grievant shall set forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. When filing the Step 1 grievance form, the grievant shall include the Oral Step documentation as described in paragraph (1)(dc) above, as well as all other written documentation to be considered by the Step 1 Management Representative. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

(b) If the grievant elects not to utilize the Oral Step provision of this section, the grievant or the designated grievancegrievant’s representative shall file a written grievance with the Step 1 Management Representative on the grievance form as contained in Appendix B of this Contract, to be received within 15 days following the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance, setting forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. All written documents to be considered by the Step 1 Management Representative shall be submitted with the grievance form.

(c) The Step 1 Management Representative or designee shalldesignee shall meet with the grievant and/or the grievant’s designated grievance representative to discuss the grievance. The Step 1 Management Representative and shall communicate a decision in writingto the grievant and the grievant’s representative, if any, within 10 days following the date thegrievance is received at Step 1.

(d) Failure to communicate the decision in a timely manner shall permit the grievant, the Union, or other designated grievancethe grievant’s representative, where appropriate, to proceed to the next step.

(e) The number of days indicated at this step shall be considered as the maximum, and every effort will be made to expedite the process. However, the time limits specified in this step of this procedure may be extended in writing provided there is agreement by both parties. There shall be no retroactive extensions of time limits.

(3) STEP 2

(a) If the grievance is not resolved at Step 1, the grievant or thegrievant’s representative may file a written grievance with the Agency Head or designated representative designee within 15 days after receipt of the decision at Step 1 provided the Step 1 decision is received on or before the last valid due date. The grievance shall include a copy of the grievance form submitted at Step 1, a copy of the Oral Step Documentation if that step was utilized, and a copy of the Step 1 responsedecision, together with all written documents in support of the grievance. When the grievance is eligible for initiation at Step 2, the grievance shall be filed on the grievance form contained in Appendix B of this Contract setting forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include a copy of the grievance form submitted at

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Step 1 and a copy of the Step 1 responsedecision, together with all written responses and documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

(b) The Agency Head or designated representativedesignee shall meet with the grievant and/or the designated Union Staff Representativegrievant’s representative, or the designated grievance representative if the grievant is not represented by the Union, to discuss the grievance. If the grievance is initiated at Step 2, the parties shall meet to discuss the grievance. The Agency Head or designated representativedesignee shall communicate a decision in writingto the grievant’s representative within 15 days following receipt of the written grievance. Thegrievant’s representative is responsible for providing a copy of the Step 2 decision to the grievant.

(c) Failure to communicate the decision in a timely manner shall permit the grievant, the Union, or other designated grievance the grievant’s representative, where appropriate, to proceed to the next step.

(d) The number of days indicated at this step shall be considered as the maximum, and every effort will be made to expedite the process. However, the time limits specified in this step of this procedure may be extended in writing provided there is agreement by both parties. There shall be no retroactive extensions of time limits.

(4) STEP 3 – Contract Language Disputes

(a) If a grievance concerning the interpretation or application of this AgreementContract, other than a grievance alleging that a disciplinary action (reduction in base pay, demotion, involuntary transfer of more than 50 miles by highway, suspension, or dismissal) was taken without cause, is not resolved at Step 2, the Union President or the designated memberof the Union President’s staff, or the grievant or designated grievancegrievant or grievant’srepresentative if not represented by the Union, may appeal the grievance to the Office Manager for the Office of the General Counsel of the Department of Management Services, 4050 Esplanade Way, Suite 160, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-9050, within 15 days after receipt of the decision at Step 2, provided the Step 2 decision is received on or before the last valid due date. The grievance shall be filed on the appropriate grievance form as contained in Appendix B of this Contract, setting forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, the relief requested, and shall include a copy of the grievance form submitted at Steps 1 and 2, together with all written responsesdecisions and documents in support of the grievance. The designated representative of the Department of Management Services shall meet with the Union President or the designated member of the UnionPresident’s staff, and/or the grievant, or the designated grievance grievant’s representative if not represented by the union to discuss the grievancegrievance. When the grievance is eligible for initiation at Step 3, the grievance shall be filed on the grievance form contained in Appendix B of this Contract, setting forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include a copy of the grievance form submitted at Step 1, a copy of the Oral Step Documentation if that step was utilized, and a copy of the grievance form submitted at Step 2,

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together with all written responsesdecisions and documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

(b) The designated representative of the Department of Management Services shall communicate a decision in writing to the Union President or the designated memberof the Union President’s staff if the employee is represented by the union, or to the grievant or the designated grievance grievant’s representative, within 15 days following receipt of the writtengrievance. The grievant’s representative is responsible for providing a copy of the Step 3 decision to the grievant.

(c) Failure to communicate the decision within the specified time limit shall permit the grievant, the Union, or other designated grievancethe grievant’s representative, where appropriate, to proceed to the next step.

(d) The number of days indicated at this step shall be considered as the maximum, and every effort will be made to expedite the process. However, the time limits specified in this step of this procedure may be extended in writing provided there is agreement by the parties. There shall be no retroactive extensions of time limits.

(5) GRIEVANCE MEDIATION

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(a)(b) Either party may withdraw from the mediation process with written notice no later than five days before a scheduled mediation.

(6) ARBITRATION

(a) Arbitration Filing.

1. General provisions. An appeal to arbitration shall be submitted on the appropriate form as contained in Appendix C of the Contract by sending it to the Arbitration Coordinator at the following address: Office of the General Counsel, Department of Management Services, 4050 Esplanade Way, Suite 160, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-9050. The form may also be transmitted via email to: [email protected]; or by

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personal service or facsimile. The appeal shall include a copy of the grievance form submitted at the prior steps of the grievance procedure, together with all written documents in support of the grievance and written responses to it.

2. Disciplinary Grievance. If a grievance alleging that a disciplinary action (reduction in base pay, demotion, involuntary transfer of more than 50 miles by highway, suspension, or dismissal) was taken without cause, is not resolved at Step 2, the UnionPresident or the designated member of the Union President’s staff may appeal the grievance to arbitration on the appropriate form as contained in Appendix C of this Contract, with the Arbitration Coordinator, Office of the General Counsel for the Department of Management Services, 4050 Esplanade Way, Suite 160, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-9050 within 20 days after receipt of the decision at Step 2, provided the Step 2 decision is received on or before the last valid

due date.

3. Contract Language Grievance. If a Contract language dispute as described in (4), above, is not resolved at Step 3, the Union President or the designatedmember of the Union President’s staff may appeal the grievance to arbitration on the appropriate form as contained in Appendix C of this Contract within 20 days following receipt of the decision at Step 3. The appeal to arbitration may be filed by facsimile, electronic mail, personal service, or mail, and shall include a copy of the grievance forms submitted at Steps 1, 2, and 3 (if applicable), together with all written responses and documents in support of the grievance. If, at the initial written step, the grievant did not elect Union representation, or the Union refused to represent the grievant because the employee was not a dues-paying member of the Union, the grievant may appeal the grievance to arbitration or may designate another representative to appeal the grievance

to arbitration on their behalf.

(b) The parties may agree in writing to file related grievances for hearing before the same arbitrator.

(c) The arbitrator shall be one person from a panel of at least five arbitrators, mutually selected by the state and the Union to serve in rotation for any case submitted. The Department of Management Services’ Arbitration Coordinator shall schedule the arbitration hearing with the state, and the Union, representatives and the arbitrator listed next on the panel in rotation, and shall coordinate the arbitration hearing time, date, and location.

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contract for processing the arbitration. If the Union does not provide timely notification that it will not be representing the grievant, the grievant will not be authorized to proceed to arbitration.

(de) page20image33131232Arbitration hearings shall be scheduled as soon as feasible but not more than five months following the receipt of the Request for Arbitration Form. If the arbitrator initially selected is not available to schedule within this period, the Arbitration Coordinator shall contact succeeding arbitrators on the panel until an arbitrator is identified who can schedule within the prescribed period. A party may request of the arbitrator, with notice to the other party and the Arbitration Coordinator, an extension of time/continuance based on documented unusual and compelling circumstances.

(ef) The Arbitration Coordinator shall schedule arbitration hearings at times and locations agreed to by the parties, taking into consideration the availability of evidence, location of witnesses, existence of appropriate facilities, and other relevant factors. If agreement cannot be reached, the arbitration hearing shall be held in the City of Tallahassee.

(fg) At least 15fifteen days before the scheduled date of the arbitration hearing, the parties shall file with the arbitrator, and provide to each other, a list of witnesses to be called at the hearing, except rebuttal witnesses, and a brief statement of the material facts or matters relevant to the grievance about which each witness will testify. A party may file a written request with the arbitrator, with a concurrent copy to the other party, for an exception to the filing time limits for good cause. If such exception is granted, the other party may request that the hearing be rescheduled if necessary for the party to respond to the late filed witness information.

(gh) Where there is a threshold issue regarding arbitrability, including timeliness, of a grievance raised by either party, an expedited arbitration hearing shall be conducted to address only the arbitrability issue. In such cases, the Arbitration Coordinator shall schedule an arbitrability hearing with the state, the Union, and parties shall choose an arbitrator from the panel of arbitrators (see (6)(c) above), who is available to schedule a hearing and render a decision within 15 days of an arbitrator being chosen for this limited purpose. The Arbitration Coordinator shall contact arbitrators on the panel in rotation in identifying an arbitrator who can meet the requirements of this expedited process. The hearing on this issue shall be limited to one day, and the arbitrator shall be required to decide the issue within five business days of the hearing. The hearing shall be conducted by telephone upon the agreement of the parties and the arbitrator. The fees and expenses of the expedited arbitration shall be shared equally by the parties. If the arbitratordetermines that the issue is arbitrable, another arbitrator shall be chosen from the parties’ regulararbitration panel in accordance with the provisions of (6)(c) of this Article to conduct a hearing on the substantive issue(s).

(hi) The arbitrator may fashion an appropriate remedy to resolve the grievance and, provided the decision is in accordance with his jurisdiction and authority under this Contract, shall be final and binding on the state, the Union, the grievant(s), and the employees in the bargaining unit. In considering a grievance, the arbitrator shall be governed by the following provisions and limitations:

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1. The arbitrator shall issue a decision not later than 30 days from the date of the closing of the hearing or the submission of briefs, whichever is later.

2. The arbitrator’s decision shall be in writing, shall bedetermined by applying a preponderance of the evidence standard, and shall set forth thearbitrator’s opinion and conclusions on the precise issue(s) submitted. The arbitrator shall have noauthority to determine any other issue, and the arbitrator shall refrain from issuing any statement

of opinion or conclusion not essential to the determination of the issues submitted.

3. If the arbitrator finds that cause exists for discipline, the arbitrator shall affirm the decision of the agency. If the arbitrator finds that cause did not exist for discipline, the arbitrator shall reverse the decision of the agency and provide relief consistent withthe provisions of the Contract and law. The arbitrator’s discretion is limited to reversing oraffirming the discipline at the level of discipline imposed. The arbitrator may not increase or reduce

the penalty imposed by the agency.

4. The arbitrator shall conform an award to the limitations imposed by section 447.401, Florida Statutes, and specifically shall not have the power to add to,

subtract from, modify, or alter the terms of this Contract.

5. The arbitrator’s award may include back pay to thegrievant(s); however, the following limitations shall apply to such monetary awards:

a. An award for back pay shall not exceed the amount of pay the grievant would otherwise have earned at his regular rate of pay, shall be reduced by the amount of wages earned from other sources or monies received as reemployment assistance

benefits during the back pay period, and shall not include punitive damages.

b. Back pay shall not be retroactive to a date earlier than 15 days prior to the date the grievance was initially filed. However, if the arbitration hearing date is later than the end of the five-month period described in (6)(e), above, or later than the end of the 140-day period described in (5)(a), above, and the delay in scheduling is not attributable to the unavailability of agency counsel, back pay shall be retroactive only to the end of the five-month

or 140-day period.

c. If the Union is granted a continuance to reschedule an arbitration hearing over the objection of the agency, the agency will not be responsible for back pay for the period between the original hearing date or the end of the five-month period described

in (6)(de), above, whichever is later, and the rescheduled date.

(id.) The fees and expenses of the arbitrator shall be borne equally by the parties; however, each party shall be responsible for compensating and paying the expenses of its own representatives, attorneys and witnesses. The arbitrator shall submit his feestatement to the Arbitration Coordinator for processing in accordance with the arbitrator’s

Contract.

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(je.) A party may schedule a stenotype reporter to record the proceedings. Such party is responsible for paying the appearance fee of the reporter. If either party orders a transcript of the proceedings, the party shall pay for the cost of the transcript and provide a photocopy to the arbitrator. The party shall also provide a photocopy of the transcript to

the other party upon written request and payment of copying expenses ($.15 per page).

(kf.) The Union will not be responsible for costs of an arbitration to which it was not a party.

SECTION 4 – Time Limits

(A) Failure to initiate, file or appeal a grievance within the time limits specified shall be deemed a waiver of the grievance.

(B) Failure at any step of this procedure to communicate the decision on to a grievance to be received within the specified time limit shall permit the grievant, the Union, or the designated grievancegrievant’s representative, whereas appropriate, to proceed to the next step.

(C) Claims of either an untimely filing or untimely appeal shall be made at the step in question.

(D) The number of days indicated in each step described in this Article shall be considered as the maximum, and every effort will be made to expedite the process. However, the time limits specified within the procedures of each of the steps may be extended in writing by agreement of the parties. There shall be no retroactive extensions of time limits.

SECTION 5 – Exceptions

(A) If a grievance arises from the action of an official higher than the Step 1 Management Representative, the grievance shall be initiated at Step 2 on the grievance form as contained in Appendix B of this Contract within 15 days following the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. The grievance form shall set forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include all documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

(B) If a grievance arises from an agency action listed in Article 7, Section (2) of this AgreementContract, a grievance shall be initiated at Step 2 by submitting a grievance form as contained in Appendix B within 15 days following the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. The grievance form shall set forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include all documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

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(C) A dispute involving the interpretation or application of a provision of this Contract, which gives a right to the Union as an employee organization, may be filed by the Union as a grievance. Such grievance shall be initiated at Step 3 on the grievance form contained in Appendix B of this Contract, and received by the Office Manager for the Office of the General Counsel, Department of Management Services, 4050 Esplanade Way, Suite 160, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-9050, within 15 days of the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. The grievance form shall set forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include all documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

(D) The Union shall have the right to bring a class action grievance on behalf of employees in its own name concerning disputes relating to the interpretation or application of this AgreementContract. Such grievance shall not include disciplinary actions taken against anyemployee. The Union’s election to proceed under this Article shall preclude it from proceeding inanother forum on the same issue. The class action grievance form shall identify the specific group(i.e., employees’ job classification(s), work unit(s), institution(s), etc.) adversely affected by the dispute relating to the interpretation or application of the Agreement. Such grievance shall be initiated at Step 2, or at Step 3 where more than one agency is involved, by submitting a grievance form as contained in Appendix B of this procedure, in accordance with the provisions set forth herein, within 15 days of the occurrence of the event giving rise to the grievance. The Union shall identify on the grievance form the specific group (i.e., employees’ job classification(s), workunit(s), institution(s), etc.) adversely affected by the dispute relating to the interpretation or application of the Contract. When a grievance is eligible for initiation at Step 2 or 3, the grievance shall be filed on the grievance form contained in Appendix B of this Contract, setting forth specifically the complete facts on which the grievance is based, the specific provision(s) of the Contract allegedly violated, and the relief requested. The grievance shall include all written responses and documentation in support of the grievance. The grievance form must be completed in its entirety.

Article 7 DISCIPLINE

SECTION 1 – For Cause

Any employee who has permanent status in his or her current position may be suspended or dismissed only for cause. Cause shall be as established in section 110.227, Florida Statutes. Status shall be as prescribed by the Rules of the State Personnel System.

SECTION 2 – Notice

An employee who has permanent status in his current position who is subject to suspension, reduction in pay, demotion, involuntary transfer of more than 50 miles by highway, or dismissal shall receive written notice of such action at least ten calendar days prior to the date the action is to be taken subject to section 110.227(5)(a), Florida Statutes. Subsequent to such notice, and prior

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to the date the action is to be taken, the affected employee shall be given an opportunity to appear before the agency taking the action to answer orally and in writing charges against him or her. Notice to the employee shall be hand-delivered or by certified mail.

In instances of extraordinary dismissal, the affected employee shall be given an opportunity to rebut the charges at the time of the hand-delivered notice, in accordance with section 110.227(5)(b), Florida Statutes.

SECTION 3 – Remedies

(A) An employee who has not attained permanent status in his current position shall not have access to the grievance procedure in Article 6 when disciplined.

(B) Letters of counseling or counseling notices are documentation of minor work deficiencies or conduct concerns that are not discipline and are not grievable; however suchdocumentation may be used by the parties at an administrative hearing involving an employee’sdiscipline to demonstrate the employee was on notice of the performance deficiencies or conduct concerns. An employee may respond in writing to letters of counseling or counseling notices within 60 calendar days of receipt; a copy of the response will be filed in the employee’s officialpersonnel file.

(C) Oral reprimands are not grievable. Written reprimands are subject to the grievance procedure in Article 6; the decision is final and binding at Step 2. An employee may respond in writing to oral or written reprimands within 60 calendar days of receipt; a copy of the responsewill be filed in the employee’s official personnel file.

(D) An employee with permanent status in his current position may grieve a reduction in base pay, involuntary transfer of over 50 miles by highway, suspension, demotion, or dismissal, through the Arbitration Step, without review at Step 3, in accordance with the grievance procedure in Article 6 of this Contract. In the alternative, such actions may be appealed to the Public Employees Relations Commission under the provisions of section 110.227(5) and (6), Florida Statutes.

Article 8 WORKFORCE REDUCTION

SECTION 1 – Workforce Reduction

When employees are to be laid off as defined in Florida Statutes, the state shall consider the comparative merit, demonstrated skills, experience, and length of service of each employee. Length of service is continuous service in the State Personnel System, in paid status or on authorized leave without pay, without a break in service of 31 calendar days or more. Moving from one position in the State Personnel System to another position in the State Personnel System in a different agency within 31 calendar days does not constitute a break in service. In determining which employees to retain, the state shall consider which employees will best enable the agency

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to advance its mission. In that context, and as the objective criteria for retention and layoff decisions among employees in the same classification/broadband level, the state shall utilize assessment procedures that include comparative merit, demonstrated skills, experience, and length of service. The state shall also evaluate and consider how each employee has demonstrated cooperation, excellence in service, fairness, honesty, integrity, respect, and teamwork. Each agency shall conduct workforce reductions in an orderly, systematic, and uniform manner in accordance with Rule 60L-33.004, Florida Administrative Code.

SECTION 2 – Procedures Prior to Layoff

Before an employee is laid off as a part of a workforce reduction, an agency shall provide the employee with reasonable notice of the intended action. Where possible the agency shall provide at least 30 days’ notice, and in all cases the agency shall provide at least ten days’ notice or a combination of notice and pay. An employee facing a layoff as a result of a workforce reduction shall have the opportunity for a first interview with any agency for a vacancy for which the employee has applied and is qualified. At its discretion, an agency may provide for additional first interview opportunities.

SECTION 3 – Placement Assistance

The state will ensure that the Department of Economic Opportunity shall provide placement assistance to all affected employees through existing programs. The Department of Economic Opportunity will make good faith efforts to place the employee in an appropriate position in state employment.

SECTION 4 – First Interview Following Layoff

During the twelve months following the date an employee is laid off, the employee may invoke a right to a first interview. At its discretion, an agency may provide for additional first interview opportunities.

(A) The laid off employee shall have an opportunity for a first interview within any agency for a vacancy for which the employee is qualified and has applied.

(B) By invoking the first interview, the laid off employee will be granted an interview for the vacant position.

(C) An employee who, after a first interview, determines that he is not suited for the position, may withdraw from the competitive selection process and retain his right to a first interview, provided his/her withdrawal is in writing and is received by the agency within seven calendar days after the interview, or before the agency selects a candidate for the position, whichever is sooner.

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(D) An employee that is laid off and is rehired under this section within 12 months of the layoff will accumulate leave credits based on the number of years employed at the time of layoff.

(E) An employee that is laid off and is rehired into a full-time equivalent position within the 12 months following a layoff will be credited with any annual or sick leave that was held in abeyance and not cashed out.

(F) An employee that is laid off and rehired after a first interview will be placed at his former salary or within an appropriate salary range commensurate with the position considering availability of funds, and the skills, background, and experience of the employee.

Article 9 V ACANT

Article 10 V ACANT

Article 11 CLASSIFICATION REVIEW

SECTION 1 – Additional Duties

(A) When an employee alleges that they is are being regularly required to perform duties which that are not included in histhe employee’s position description and the employee alleges that the duties assigned are not included in the occupation profile to which the position is allocated, the employee may request in writing that the Agency Head review the duties assigned to the employees position. The Agency Head or designee shall review the duties as requestedand provide. Ttheprovide the employee will receive a copy of thewith a written decision within 30 days of the request.

(B) If the decision is that the duties assigned are sufficient to justify reclassifying the position, either the position will be reclassified or the duties in question will be removed. Shortage of funds shall not be used as the basis for refusing to reclassify a position after a review has been completed. If the decisionposition is to reclassifiedy the position and the employee is to receive a promotional pay increase, the pay increase shall be effective from the date the agency received the employees request for a classification review. Shortage of funds shall not be used as the basis for refusing to reclassify a position after a review has been completed.

(BC) If the decision is that the employee is properly classified and the employee is not satisfied with the decision, the employee, with or without representation, may submit a written request, in writing within 30 days of receipt of the agency’s decision, for a review of the decision by the Secretary of the Department of Management Services or designee. The employee shall include with their request, a copy of the decision received by the employee under (A), above, along with any other information the employee may have relevant to the matter. The request and related

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documents should be submitted by personal delivery or by U.S. mail, return receipt requested, to the Department of Management Services as provided in Article 34, Section 2 of this Contract. The Department of Management Services The Secretary’s review will conduct an independent review be in accordance with Chapter 110, Florida Statutes, and shall provide the employee and the agency with a written decision within 60 days of receipt of the request. The written decision of the Secretary of the Department of Management Services or designee shall be final and binding on all parties.

SECTION 2 – Work Load Quotas

(A) When an employee alleges that they employee isare being regularly required to carry an inequitable work load quota, the employee may request in writing that the Agency Head review the work load quota assigned to the employee. The Agency Head or designee shall makereview the work load quota and provide the employee with a final written decision on the complaint which shall be binding on all parties. The employee will receive a copy of the written decision within 30 days of the request. The decision of the Agency Head or designee shall be final and binding on all parties.

(B) The state and the Union agree that work load quota problems are an appropriate item for discussion in consultation meetings as described in Article 5.

Article 12 PERSONNEL RECORDS

(A) There shall be only one official personnel file for each employee, which shall be maintained by the employing agency. Information in an employee’s official personnel file may bemaintained in electronic as well as paper form.

(B) If a derogatory document is placed in an employee’s official personnel file, a copy will be sent to the employee. The employee will have the right to respond to any such document filed, and the employees response will be attached to the file copy.

(C) An employee will have the right to review the employees own official personnel file and any duplicate personnel files at reasonable times under the supervision of the designated records custodian.

(D) Where the Agency Head or designee, the Public Employees Relations Commission, the courts, an arbitrator, or other statutory authority determines that a document in the personnel file is invalid, such document will be placed in an envelope together with a letter of explanation. The outside of the envelope and all pages of the document shall be marked “VOID”, and retained in the employees personnel file, as specified in the State of Florida General Records Schedule GS1-SL for State and Local Government Agencies, as promulgated by the Department of State. In the case of electronic records, a Personnel Action Request (PAR) that has been determined to be invalid shall have a note added to the PAR form indicating that the action is “VOID”.

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(E) Information in an employee’s official personnel file is public record pursuant toChapter 119, Florida Statutes, unless specifically exempted by state or federal law (such as protected health information and social security numbers), and as such, must be provided to anyone desiring inspection or requesting copies in accordance with the provisions of the Public Records Law.

Article 13 HEALTH AND SAFETY

SECTION 1 – Safety Committee

(A) It shall be the policy of the state to make every reasonable effort to provide employees a safe and healthy working environment.

(B) Where management has created a workplace safety committee in a state-controlled facility, the Union shall select one unit employee of the facility to serve on such committee.

(C) Where management has not established a safety committee, both the state and Union shall work toward the establishment of one in each state-controlled facility.

SECTION 2 – Employee Safety

(A) An employee becoming aware of a work-related accident shall immediately notify the supervisor of the area where the incident occurred.

(B) When an employee believes that an unsafe working condition exists in the work area, he shall immediately report the condition to the supervisor. The supervisor shall investigate the report, and make a reasonable effort to take action deemed appropriate. The nature of the action taken shall be based on the seriousness of the condition. Within 30 days after the report of unsafe working condition is received, the supervisor will furnish a response to the employee and, where the employees report was in writing, the supervisor shall respond in writing.

SECTION 3 – Grievability

Complaints which arise under the application or interpretation of this Article shall be grievable, but only to Step 2 of the Grievance Procedure of the Contract.

SECTION 4 – Use of Inmate Labor or Known Criminal Offender Labor

(A) Employees working for any agency, exclusive of the Department of Corrections and the Department of Juvenile Justice, who are not told at the time of employment in that position that they may be required to work with or supervise inmates or persons known to by the agency to be under the supervision of a court or a criminal justice agency, may, because of religious or moral objection, request reassignment to a comparable vacant position not requiring work with or

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supervision of inmates or persons known to by the agency to be under the supervision of a court or criminal justice agency. Such requests shall not be unreasonably denied.

(B) It shall be prohibited for any Agency Head, or any other officer or employee of an agency, to take any retaliatory action against an individual who, in accordance with this section, requests reassignment to a position not requiring work with or supervision of inmates or persons known to by the agency to be under the supervision of a court or criminal justice agency.

Article 14 PERFORMANCE REVIEW

Performance reviews shall be conducted in accordance with Rule 60L-35, Florida Administrative Code: Performance Evaluation System.

Article 15
LENGTH OF SERVICE PREFERENCE

The state and the Union recognize the value of an experienced workforce and agree that anemployee’s length of continuous service should be considered, along with the needs of the agency, when effecting decisions on vacations, shift assignments and off-duty days. Disregard for this consideration by an agency shall be a proper subject of Consultation in accordance with Article 5, Section 7.

Article 16 V ACANT

Article 17 V ACANT

Article 18
LEAVES OF ABSENCE, HOURS OF WORK, DISABILITY LEAVE

SECTION 1 – Leaves

Employees shall be granted leaves of absence as provided in Rule 60L-34, Florida Administrative Code.

SECTION 2 – Hours of Work and Overtime

  1. (A)  The normal workweek for each full-time employee shall be 40 hours.

  2. (B)  Management retains the right to schedule its employees; however, the state will

make a good faith effort, whenever practical, to provide the employees with consecutive hours in the workday and consecutive days in the workweek.

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(C) Work beyond the normal workweek shall be recognized in accordance with the provisions of Rule 60L-34, Florida Administrative Code.

(D) Management retains the right to approve or disapprove time off for its employees. However, the state will make a good faith effort, whenever practical, to allow employees to use compensatory leave credits as requested by the employee. Failure to approve an employees specific request shall not be grievable under the provisions of Article 6 of this Contract.

(E) The state agrees that the assignment of overtime is not to be made on the basis of favoritism. In any case, where an employee has reason to believe that overtime is being assigned on the basis of favoritism, the employee shall have the right to the Grievance Procedure under Article 6 herein, to Step 2.

SECTION 3 – Work Schedules

(A) Where work schedules are rotated, employees’ normal work schedules, showing each employees shift, workdays and hours, will be posted no less than ten calendar days in advance, and will reflect at least a two workweek schedule; however, the state will make a good faith effort to reflect a one month schedule. With prior written notification of at least three workdays to the employees immediate supervisor, employees may agree to exchange days or shifts on a temporary basis. If the immediate supervisor objects to the exchange of workdays or shifts, the employee initiating the notification shall be advised that the exchange is disapproved.

(B) Where work schedules are rotated, the state will make a good faith effort to equalize scheduled weekend work among employees in the same functional unit whenever this can be accomplished without interfering with efficient operations.

(C) When an employee is not assigned to a rotating shift and the employees regular shift assignment is being changed, the state will schedule the employee to be off work for a minimum of two shifts between the end of the previous shift assignment and the beginning of the new shift assignment.

(D) When an employee works two consecutive shifts, the state will make a good faith effort to allow the employee a minimum of 16 consecutive hours off prior to returning to work.

SECTION 4 – Rest Periods

(A) No supervisor shall unreasonably deny an employee a 15 minute rest period during each four hour work shift. Whenever possible, such rest periods shall be scheduled at the middle of the work shift. However, it is recognized that many positions have a post of duty assignment that requires coverage for a full eight-hour shift, which would not permit the employee to actually leave his post. In those cases, it is recognized that the employee can rest” while the employee physically remains in the geographic location of his duty post.

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(B) An employee may not accumulate unused rest periods, nor shall rest periods be authorized for covering an employees late arrival on duty or early departure from duty.

SECTION 5 – Disability Leave

(A) An employee who sustains a job-related disability and is eligible for disability leave with pay under the provisions of Rule 60L-34, Florida Administrative Code, shall be carried in full-pay status for up to 40 work hours immediately following the onset of the injury without being required to use accrued leave.

(B) If an employee is unable to return to work at the end of the 40 work hour period,the employee may supplement the Workers’ Compensation benefits with accrued leave in anamount necessary to remain in full-pay status.

(C) After an employee has used a total of 100 hours of accrued sick, annual, or compensatory leave, or leave without pay, the agency may request permission from the Department of Management Services to continue the employee in full-pay status for a subsequent period of not more than 26 weeks from the date requested by the agency. This request is to include the information described in Rule 60L-34.0061(1)(b)2. The Department will approve such requests which, in its judgment, are in the best interest of the state. Upon approval of the request by the Department, the agency will provide the employee with administrative leave (Leave Code 0056, Admin - Authorized Other) in an amount necessary to supplement the employee’s Workers’Compensation benefits so that the employee may be in full-pay status.

(D) An agency may request permission from the Department of Management Services to continue an employee in full-pay status on administrative leave, as described in (C), above, who sustains a job-connected disability resulting from an act of violence inflicted by another person while engaged in work duties or from an assault under riot conditions and has exhausted all theemployee’s accrued leave when such leave usage amounts to fewer than 100 hours.

SECTION 6 – Special Compensatory Leave

(A) Earning of Special Compensatory Leave Credits. Special compensatory leave credits may be earned only in the following instances:

(1) By an employee in the career service for work performed on a holiday as defined in section 110.117, Florida Statutes, or for work performed during a work period that includes a holiday, as provided by the Rules of the State Personnel System.

(2) By an employee in the career service fFor work performed in theemployee’s assigned office, facility, or region which is closed pursuant to an Executive Order ofthe Governor or any other disaster or emergency condition in accordance with Rule 60L-34.0071, F.A.C.

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(B) Special Compensatory Leave Earned Prior to July 1, 2012. General Provisions for Using Special Compensatory Leave Credits in accordance with Rule 60L-34.0044, F.A.C.An employee may be required to reduce special compensatory leave credit balances.

(1) Employee Leave Requests. An employee shall be required to use available special compensatory leave credits prior to the agency approving the following leave types:

  1. (a)  Regular Compensatory leave credits.

  2. (b)  Annual leave credits, unless such annual leave credits are being

substituted for an employee’s unpaid individual medical leave granted in accordance with the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), or family medical leave or parental leave granted in accordance with section 110.221, F.S., the FMLA, or both.

(2) Compelled Use of Special Compensatory Leave Credits. An employee may be required to reduce special compensatory leave credit balances.

(C) Special Compensatory Leave Earned Oon or Aafter July 1, 2012November 1, 2019.

(1) Special compensatory leave credits earned, as described in subsection (A)(1), on or after July 1, 2012November 1, 2019, which are not used each year by the April 30 or October 31 that immediately succeeds the work period in which the leave is credited, whichever date occurs earlier, shall be forfeitedpaid at the employee’s current regular hourly rate of pay.

(2) Special compensatory leave credits earned, as described in subsection (A)(2), on or after July 1, 2012November 1, 2019, which are not used within 120 calendar days from the end of the work period in which the leave is credited shall be forfeitedpaid at theemployee’s current regular hourly rate of pay.

(3) Each agency shall schedule employees earning special compensatory leave credits in a manner that allows all such leave credits earned on or after July 1, 2012November 1, 2019, to be used within the time limits specified in subsections (C)1 and (C)2. However, if scheduling such leave within such time limits would prevent the agency from meeting minimum staffing requirements needed to ensure public safety, the special compensatory leave remaining atthe end of each time limit shall be paid at the employee’s current regular hourly rate of pay.Agency Head may extend the time limits specified in subsections 1 and 2 for up to an additional 180 calendar days. Extensions will not be allowed for any other reason.

(4) No agency may make a payout of unused special compensatory leave credits earned on or after July 1, 2012.

(D) Pay Provision for Special Compensatory Leave.

(1) Upon separation from the Career Service, an employee shall be paid only for the following unused special compensatory leave credits:

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(a) Special compensatory leave credits earned prior to October 9, 2012

(Leave 0055);

(b) Special compensatory leave credits earned on or after November 1, 2019, that have not yet been paid pursuant to Section 6(C)(3) of this Article.

(2) Such credits shall be paid at the employee’s current regular hourly rate of

pay.

(3) Any special compensatory leave hours earned prior to November 1, 2019, that were forfeitable under the provisions of previous contracts or agreements remain forfeitable upon expiration of the applicable time periods and are not eligible for payment.

General Provisions for Using Special Compensatory Leave Credits in Accordance with Rule 60L-34.0044, F.A.C.

(1) Employee Leave Requests. An employee shall be required to use available special compensatory leave credits prior to the agency approving the following leave types:

  1. (a)  Regular compensatory leave credits.

  2. (b)  Annual leave credits, unless such annual leave credits are being

substituted for an employee’s unpaid individual medical leave granted in accordance with thefederal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), or family medical leave or parental leave granted in accordance with section 110.221, F.S., the FMLA, or both.

(E) An agency may have special compensatory leave equal to the length of adisciplinary suspension deducted from an employee’s leave balance in lieu of the employee servingthe suspension. In making such determination, each agency shall take into consideration the preference of the employee as to serving the suspension or having leave deducted. If the employee does not have sufficient special compensatory leave, annual leave may be deducted. If there is not sufficient special compensatory or annual leave, the remainder of the period will be leave without pay. Employees from whom leave is deducted will continue to report for duty and remain in paystatus. The employee’s personnel file will reflect a disciplinary suspension regardless of whetherthe employee serves the suspension or has leave deducted.

Article 19
REPLACEMENT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY

Bargaining unit employees who are employed in state institutions and have eyeglasses, watches or other items approved pursuant to paragraph 3 below, damaged or destroyed by children, patients, or inmates in the care or custody of the institution may seek and obtain restitution in accordance with the following conditions:

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  1. The employee is obligated to file a report describing the occurrence of the damage.

  2. The damage cannot be the result of the negligence of the employee.

  3. The restitution cannot exceed the following:

    A) Watch - $75
    B) Prescription glasses - $200 
    – including any examination
    C) Other items approved in advance by the Department of Management Services. D) Total allowable per incident - $500

  4. Such reimbursements require the approval of the Agency Head or as a result of an

investigation and determination, if appropriate, of the Department of Legal Affairs.

Article 20 TRAINING

The state and the Union recognize the importance of training programs in the development of the employees of the state.

SECTION 1 – Employee Training

(A) The state will make every reasonable effort to continue existing training programs and to develop new programs where the state considers such programs to be necessary.

(B) The state will make a good faith effort to provide newly hired employees with a paid, on-the-job orientation period to explain procedures, policies and standards of performance expected of the employee, and to provide in-service education programs.

SECTION 2 – Contract Administration Training

(A) The state will continue to maintain its program to train supervisors and managers in the proper administration of this Contract, including the subject of sexual harassment awareness.

(B) The Union will make every reasonable effort to continue existing training programs, if any, and to develop new programs where they do not exist, which will assure that Staff Representatives, Regional Directors, and Stewards, who are authorized by the President of AFSCME Council 79 to represent employees covered by this Contract, are properly trained in contract administration.

(C) With regard to the training of Stewards by the Union, the Union will include in its training the specific responsibilities and limitations on the activities of a Steward under this

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Contract, as opposed to the private sector concept of a Steward. Each Steward shall sign a form indicating that the Steward has received such training and fully understands the scope of his responsibility and authority under the Contract.

SECTION 3 – Education Assistance Plan

Employees may be eligible for tuition-free state university and community college courses in accordance with section 1009.265(1), Florida Statutes, and as approved by the legislature.

SECTION 4 – Employee Education

(A) In accordance with the provisions of the Rules of the State Personnel System, the state may allow employees time off with pay for the purpose of attending short courses, institutes and workshops which will improve their performance in their current position.

(B) Such leave may be granted if: the employee applies in advance in writing specifying the course and his objectives related to his position, the employee obtains permission of his Agency Head or designee, and such leave does not interfere with agency services.

(C) No out-of-state travel will be approved to attend such courses, institutes or workshops when similar programs are available within the state.

(D) Subsections (A) and (B) above do not preclude the state from assigning employees to attend training courses as determined by management.

SECTION 5 – Career Ladders

(A) The state and the Union recognize the importance of career ladders in order to provide promotional opportunities and employee training which will improve productivity within state government while offering employees the opportunity to enhance their personal careers with the state.

(B) In furtherance of the effort to develop career ladders and training opportunities to prepare employees for upward mobility, the President of AFSCME Council 79 and the Secretary of the Department of Management Services or designated representatives agree to make a good faith effort to meet as necessary throughout the term of this Contract for the purpose of:

(1) Formulating recommendations for improving current training and educational programs;

(2) Developing recommendations for new programs which will improve employee productivity while offering employees more potential for personal growth and development within the State Personnel System;

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(3) Developing methods for improving training and promotional opportunities and giving appropriate recognition to employees who successfully complete established training programs, as well as training which employees obtain on their own initiative;

(4) Identifying changes in the Rules of the State Personnel System, Florida Statutes, or funding methods which will enhance career opportunities and upward mobility for employees; and

(5) Developing methods by which the state can assist employees to prepare for high school equivalency tests and meet other academic standards required for progression within their occupational group.

(C) Nothing contained herein shall preclude the parties from agreeing to discuss and evaluate any training need of employees.

Article 21
COMPENSATION FOR TEMPORARY SPECIAL DUTY IN A HIGHER POSITION

(A) Each time an employee is designated by the employees immediate supervisor to act in a vacant established position in a higher broadband level than the employees current broadband level, and performs a major portion of the duties of the higher level position, irrespective of whether the higher level position is funded, for more than 22 workdays within any six consecutive months, the employee shall be eligible to receive a temporary special duty additive in accordance with the Rules of the State Personnel System, beginning with the 23rd day.

(B) Employees being paid at a higher rate while temporarily acting in a position in a higher broadband level will be returned to their regular rate of pay when the period of temporary special duty in the higher broadband level is ended.

Article 22 V ACANT

Article 23 V ACANT

Article 24
ON-CALL ASSIGNMENT AND CALL-BACK

SECTION 1 – On-Call

(A) On-call” assignment shall be defined as when the employee has been instructed by the appropriate management to remain available to return to the work location on short notice to perform assigned duties during an off-duty period, and to leave word where the employee may be reached by phone or other electronic signaling device. Such assignment is not compensable as hours worked.

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(B) An employee may be instructed verbally to be on-call for up to 24 consecutive hours, however no employee shall be required to be on-call for more than 24 consecutive hours or one consecutive calendar day unless such instructions are in writing. If such written instructions are not received personally by the employee, the employee may refuse to accept any verbal instructions to be on-call for such periods. If, however, the employee accepts a verbal assignment to be on-call for such periods and later there is a dispute as to whether such assignment was made, the employee shall not be eligible for on-call payments in excess of the period for which verbal instructions are appropriate. An employee's immediate supervisor who is covered by this Contract shall not have the authority to place an employee in on-call status.

(C) On-Call Additive

(1) When approved as provided herein, an employee who is required to be on- call shall be paid an on-call additive in an amount of $1.00 per hour for each hour such employee is required to be on-call pursuant to Rule 60L-32.0012(2)(b), F.A.C.

(2) An employee who is required to be on-call on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday as listed in section 110.117(1), Florida Statutes, shall be paid an on-call additive in an amount per hour equal to one-fourth of the statewide hourly minimum for the employees paygrade for the hour(s) such employee is required to be on call pursuant to Rule 60L-32.0012(2)(b), F.A.C.

SECTION 2 – Call-Back

When an employee who has been instructed to be on-call in accordance with section 1(A) above, is called back to the work location to perform assigned duties, the employee shall be credited for actual time worked, or a minimum of two hours, whichever is greater. The rate of compensation shall be in accordance with the Rules of the State Personnel System. An employees immediate supervisor who is covered by this Contract shall not have the authority to place an employee in call-back status.

Article 25 2019 Legislative Impasse ResolutionWAGES

SECTION 1 – General Pay Provisions

Pay shall be in accordance with the authority provided in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 General Appropriations Act.

SECTION 2 – Deployment to a Facility or Area Closed due to Emergency

In accordance with the authority provided in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 General Appropriations Act, contingent upon the availability of funds and at the Agency Head’s discretion,each agency is authorized to grant temporary special duties pay additives of up to 15 percent of

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the employee’s base rate of pay to each employee temporarily deployed to a facility or area closed due to emergency conditions from another area of the state that is not closed.

SECTION 3 – Cash Payout of Annual Leave

Permanent Career Service employees may be given the option of receiving up to 24 hours of unused annual leave each December, in the form of a cash payout subject to, and in accordance with, section 110.219(7), Florida Statutes.

SECTION 4 – Performance Pay

In accordance with the authority provided in the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 General Appropriations Act, contingent upon the availability of funds and at the Agency Head’s discretion, each agency is authorized to grant merit pay increases based on the employee’s exemplaryperformance, as evidenced by a performance evaluation conducted pursuant to Rule 60L-35, Florida Administrative Code.

SECTION 5 – Competitive Pay Plan – Department of Children and Families

(A) The Department of Children and Families is authorized to provide salary increases to eligible employees in critical mental health treatment facility positions at Northeast Florida State Hospital, Florida State Hospital, and North Florida Evaluation and Treatment Center in accordance with the provisions of the Fiscal Year 2019-2020 General Appropriations Act.

(B) Eligible employees are those employed by the Department of Children and Families in the following classifications:

  • Behavioral Program Specialist (5751)

  • Behavioral Program Specialist – F/C (5763)

  • Human Services Counselor III (5940)

  • Human Services Counselor III – F/C (5941)

  • Licensed Practical Nurse (5599)

  • Mental Health Program Analyst (5880)

  • Senior Licensed Practical Nurse (5600)

  • Senior Licensed Practical Nurse – F/C (5597)

  • Social Services Counselor (5953)

  • Social Services Counselor – F/C (5960)

    Article 26
    QUALITY SERVICE THROUGH PARTNERSHIP

    The state recognizes the right of the Union to represent or assist employees in the Savings Sharing Program as defined in section 110.1245, Florida Statutes, and Rule 60L-37, Florida Administrative Code.

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Article 27 2019 Legislative ResolutionHEALTH INSURANCE

In accordance with the General Appropriations Act for Fiscal Year 2019-2020, the benefits and employee share of premiums for the State Employees Group Health Self-Insurance Plan shall remain unchanged for Fiscal Year 2019-2020.

Article 28 TRAVEL EXPENSES

Per diem and travel expenses shall be paid for authorized travel on state business in the manner and amounts as provided in section 112.061, Florida Statutes. The state will make a good faith effort to pay travel vouchers within 30 days after they have been properly completed and submitted. Vouchers are considered submitted when the employee submits them to the local official designated by management to receive such vouchers.

Employees shall be allowed either of the following for each day of travel, at the option of the employee, for subsistence when traveling to conduct bona fide state business, as authorized by the agency.

  1. (A)  Eighty dollars per diem; or

  2. (B)  If actual expenses exceed $80, the following amounts for meals, plus actual

expenses for lodging at a single-occupancy rate to be substantiated by paid bills:

Breakfast.............................................. $6 Lunch................................................. $11 Dinner................................................ $19

The use of privately owned vehicles for official travel in lieu of publicly owned vehicles or common carriers may be authorized by the Agency Head or his or her designee. Whenever travel is by privately owned vehicle, the traveler shall be entitled to a mileage allowance at a fixed rate of 44.5 cents per mile.

Article 29 NO STRIKE

During the term of this Contract, neither the Union nor its officers or agents or any employee, for any reason, will authorize, institute, aid, condone or engage in a slowdown, work stoppage or strike; interfere with the work and statutory functions or obligations of the state; or engage in any other activities which are prohibited in section 447.203(6), Florida Statutes.

The Union agrees to notify all of its local offices and representatives of their obligation and responsibility under this Article and for maintaining compliance with the constitutional and

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statutory prohibition against strikes. The Union further agrees to notify employees of these responsibilities, including their responsibility to remain at work during any interruption which may be caused or initiated by others.

The state may discharge or discipline an employee who violates the provisions of this Article and the Union will not resort to the grievance procedure on such employees behalf; however, if the issue is whether the employee engaged in activities prohibited by this Article, the Union may elect to represent the employee in such grievance through the grievance procedure.

Nothing contained herein shall preclude the state from obtaining judicial restraint and damages in the event of a violation of this Article.

Article 30 V ACANT

Article 31 MANAGEMENT RIGHTS

The Union agrees that the state has and will continue to retain, whether exercised or not, the right to determine unilaterally the purpose of each of its constituent agencies, set standards of services to be offered to the public, and exercise control and discretion over its organization and operations. It is also the right of the public employer to direct its employees, take disciplinary action for proper cause, and relieve its employees from duty because of lack of work or for other legitimate reasons, except as abridged or modified by the express provisions of this Contract; provided, however, that the exercise of such rights shall not preclude an employee or employee representative from raising a grievance on any such decision which violates the terms and conditions of this Contract.

Article 32 ENTIRE AGREEMENT

SECTION 1

(A) This Contract supersedes and cancels all prior practices and agreements, whether written or oral, unless expressly stated to the contrary herein, and constitutes the complete and entire Contract between the parties, and concludes collective bargaining for its term. Memoranda of Agreement reached by the parties outside the Master Contract, which address specific agencies or specific circumstances, shall continue to govern their subject matter until they expire by their own terms, or are renegotiated.

(B) The parties acknowledge that during the negotiations which resulted in this Contract, each had the unlimited right and opportunity to make demands and proposals with respect to any subject or matter not removed by law from the area of collective bargaining, and that the understanding and agreements arrived at by the parties after the exercise of that right and opportunity are set forth in this Contract.

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SECTION 2 – Obligation to Bargain

(A) The state and the Union recognize that changes in federal or state law and judicial decisions may affect this agreement and require modification of it. The parties agree to meet and bargain with regard to any provision of this Contract which has been altered, changed, or nullified by federal or state law or judicial decision.

(B) The state and the Union, for the duration of this Contract, each voluntarily and unqualifiedly waives the right, and each agrees that the other shall not be obligated, to bargain collectively with respect to any subject or matter referred to, or covered in this Contract, even though such subjects or matters may not have been within the knowledge or contemplation of either or both of the parties at the time they negotiated or signed this Contract.

SECTION 3 – Memorandum of Understanding/Settlements

The parties recognize that during the term of this Contract situations may arise which require the terms and conditions not specifically and clearly set forth in the Contract to be clarified or amended. Under such circumstances, the Union is specifically authorized by employees to enter into settlement of grievance disputes or memoranda of understanding which clarify or amend this Contract without having to be ratified by employees.

Article 33 SAVINGS CLAUSE

(A) If any provision of this Contract is in contravention of the laws or regulations of the United States or of this state, by reason of any court action or existing or subsequently enacted legislation; or if the appropriate governmental body, having amendatory power to change a law, rule or regulation which is in conflict with a provision of this Contract fails to enact or adopt an enabling amendment to make the provision effective in accordance with section 447.309(3), Florida Statutes; then such provision shall not be applicable, performed or enforced; but the remaining parts or portions of this Contract shall remain in full force and effect for the term of this Contract. The state shall take such action to conform any rule over which it has amendatory power to the provisions of this Contract. The parties agree that certain matters that are currently the subject of litigation between the parties are not waived, settled, released or otherwise resolved by this Contract.

(B) If any provision of this Contract is found to have the effect of causing the state to be denied funds otherwise available through federal funding, then such provision shall not be applicable, performed or enforced.

(C) This Article is intended to save this Contract from invalidity by removing any provision which subsequently conflicts with substantive law. If a provision of this Contract is rendered invalid, as specified in section (A), above, the parties shall meet and bargain for the purpose of renegotiating the offending provision.

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Article 34 DURATION

SECTION 1 – Term

This Contract shall remain in full force and effect through the thirtieth day of June 2020. The Contract may be extended in the manner set forth in the following paragraph. The State and the Union agree that Article 25 – Wages, and any other three (3) articles within this Contract that either party desires to reopen, shall be subject to negotiations for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and Fiscal Year 2019-2020.

In the event that the state and the Union fail to secure a successor Contract prior to the expiration of this Contract, the parties may agree in writing to extend this Contract for any period of time.

In the event that either party desires to terminate or modify this Contract, written notice must be given to the other party not less than ten days prior to the desired termination date, which shall not be before the anniversary date set forth above.

SECTION 2 – Notices

Notices hereunder shall be given by email or U.S. Mail, return-receipt requested, and if by the State shall be addressed to Florida Public Employees Council 79, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, 3064 Highland Oaks Terrace, Tallahassee, Florida 32301; and if by the Union shall be addressed to the Chief Negotiator, Department of Management Services, 4050 Esplanade Way, Suite 160, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0950. Either party may, by a like written notice, change the address to which such notice shall be given. Notices shall be considered to have been given as of the date shown on the postmark.

SECTION 3 – Emergencies

If it is determined that civil emergency conditions exist, including, but not limited to, riots, civil disorders, hurricane conditions or similar catastrophes, the provisions of this Contract may be suspended by the Governor during the time of the declared emergency, provided that wage rates and monetary fringe benefits shall not be suspended.

It is understood that a declared emergency may be limited to specific geographic areas, in which case suspension of the terms of this Contract as provided above would apply only to those employees permanently or temporarily assigned to such areas.

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IN WITNESS HEREOF, the parties’ signatures below acknowledge and effectuate the changes to the 2017-2020 Master Contract that resulted from their reopener negotiations which took place during the 2018-2019 fiscal year.

Article 5

Union Activities and Employee Representation

Tentative Agreement

Effective

Article 6

Grievance Procedures

Tentative Agreement

Effective

Article 11

Classification Review

Tentative Agreement

Effective

Article 18

Leaves of Absence, Hours of Work, Disability Leave

Tentative Agreement

Effective

Article 25

Wages

Imposed: SB 2500

Effective 7/1/19

Article 27

Health Insurance

Tentative Agreement Imposed: SB 2500

Effective 7/1/19

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APPROVED FOR THE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES:

__________________________________________ ___________________________VICKI Y. HALL Date
PRESIDENT
AFSCME COUNCIL 79

RECOMMENDED FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA:

__________________________________________ ___________________________MICHAEL MATTIMORE Date
CHIEF NEGOTIATOR

__________________________________________ ___________________________JONATHAN R. SATTER Date
SECRETARY
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES

APPROVED FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA: __________________________________________ ___________________________

RON DESANTIS

GOVERNOR

Date

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APPENDIX A

AFSCME UNIT CLASSES WITH BROADBAND LEVEL CODE IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE/CLERICAL (01), OPERATIONAL SERVICES (02), HUMAN SERVICES (03) AND PROFESSIONAL (05) BARGAINING UNITS

Class Class Title Code

5961 ABUSE REGISTRY COUNSELOR 8093 ACADEMIC TEACHER
8084 ACADEMIC TEACHER-EJT
1427 ACCOUNTANT I

1430 ACCOUNTANT II

  1. 1436  ACCOUNTANT III

  2. 1437  ACCOUNTANT IV

  1. 4947  ACCOUNTING SERVICES ANALYST A

  2. 4948  ACCOUNTING SERVICES ANALYST B

  3. 4949  ACCOUNTING SERVICES ANALYST C

  4. 4950  ACCOUNTING SERVICES ANALYST D

4965 ACCOUNTING SERVICES ANALYST E 1440 ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS ANALYST 3553 ACTUARIAL ANALYST

0709 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT I 0712 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT II 0714 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT III 0108 ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY

  1. 7519  AGRICULTURAL TECHNICIAN I

  2. 7520  AGRICULTURAL TECHNICIAN II

  3. 7521  AGRICULTURAL TECHNICIAN III

7530 AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER PROTECT INSPECTOR 7533 AGRICULTURE AND CONSUMER PROTECT SPEC 6535 AIRCRAFT MECHANIC

6549 AIRCRAFT MECHANIC/INSPECTOR 6459 ALUMINUM WELDER
7406 ANIMAL TECHNICIAN
3394 APPEALS REFEREE

  1. 2141  APPLICATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER I

  2. 2142  APPLICATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER II

  3. 2143  APPLICATION SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER III

4470 APPRAISER I

  1. 4472  APPRAISER II

  2. 4473  APPRAISER SPECIALIST

2703 ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD ASSISTANT 2706 ARCHAEOLOGIST I

Broadband Code

21-1099-03 25-3011-03 25-2043-03 13-2011-01 13-2011-01 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-2011-04 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 15-2011-03 43-6011-02 43-6011-03 43-6011-04 43-6011-02 45-2099-01 45-2099-01 45-2099-01 45-2011-02 45-2011-02 49-3011-03 49-3011-03 51-4121-02 31-9096-01 23-1021-02 15-1131-02 15-1131-03 15-1131-04 13-2021-03 13-2021-03 13-2021-03 19-4099-02 19-3091-01

Occupation CBU

COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 ADLT BASIC & SEC EDU & LIT TEACH & INSTR 05 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, SECONDARY SCH 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACTUARIES 05 EXEC SECRETARIES & EXEC ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 EXEC SECRETARIES & EXEC ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES & ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 EXEC SECRETARIES & EXEC ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, ALL OTHER 02 AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, ALL OTHER 02 AGRICULTURAL WORKERS, ALL OTHER 02 AGRICULTURAL INSPECTORS 05 AGRICULTURAL INSPECTORS 05 AIRCRAFT MECHANICS & SERVICE TECHNICIANS 02 AIRCRAFT MECHANICS & SERVICE TECHNICIANS 02 WELDERS, CUTTERS, SOLDERERS AND BRAZIERS 02 VETERINARY ASST & LAB ANIMAL CARETAKERS 02 ADMINISTRAT LAW JUDGE/ADJUD/HEAR OFFICER 05 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 APPRAISERS AND ASSESSORS OF REAL ESTATE 05 APPRAISERS AND ASSESSORS OF REAL ESTATE 05 APPRAISERS AND ASSESSORS OF REAL ESTATE 05 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ARCHEOLOGISTS 05

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Class Class Title Code

2709 ARCHAEOLOGIST II 2798 ARCHAEOLOGIST III 4518 ARCHITECT
4517 ARCHITECT INTERN 2790 ARCHIVES ASSISTANT 2793 ARCHIVIST I

  1. 2796  ARCHIVIST II

  2. 2797  ARCHIVIST III

6650 ARMORER
3716 ART EDITOR
3739 ART PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST 2739 ARTS CONSULTANT

4668 ASSISTANT LAND SURVEYOR
6309 ASSISTANT PRINTER
4713 ASSISTANT PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR
5063 ASSISTANT RESEARCH SCIENTIST-FWC
5090 ASSOCIATE RESEARCH SCIENTIST-CIT
5064 ASSOCIATE RESEARCH SCIENTIST-FWC
3726 AUDIO-VISUAL SPECIALIST
1668 AUDIT EVALUATION & REVIEW ANALYST
2015 AUTOMATED SCHEDULING SOFTWARE SPECIALIST

  1. 6539  AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT MECHANIC I

  2. 6540  AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT MECHANIC II

6537 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICEMAN

  1. 6205  BARBER/BEAUTICIAN I

  2. 6206  BARBER/BEAUTICIAN II

6201 BARBER/BEAUTICIAN II-F/C
5750 BEHAVIORAL PROGRAM ASSOCIATE 5762 BEHAVIORAL PROGRAM ASSOCIATE-F/C 5751 BEHAVIORAL PROGRAM SPECIALIST 5763 BEHAVIORAL PROGRAM SPECIALIST-F/C 1241 BENEFITS PROGRAM ANALYST

  1. 3390  BENEFITS SERVICES SPECIALIST I

  2. 3391  BENEFITS SERVICES SPECIALIST II

  3. 3392  BENEFITS SERVICES SPECIALIST III

1239 BENEFITS SPECIALIST
1237 BENEFITS TECHNICIAN
5033 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST I
5029 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST I 
– FWC

  1. 5034  BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST II

  2. 5035  BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST III

Broadband Code

19-3091-01 19-3091-03 17-1011-04 17-1011-03 25-4011-01 25-4011-02 25-4011-02 25-4011-03 49-9099-03 27-1011-03 27-1011-03 27-1019-04 17-1022-02 51-5023-01 17-1022-04 19-1023-03 19-1013-02 19-1023-04 27-4011-01 13-2011-03 15-1199-02 49-3023-01 49-3023-02 49-3023-01 39-5011-01 39-5011-01 39-5011-01 31-1013-01 31-1013-01 31-1013-02 31-1013-02 13-1111-04 13-1141-03 13-1141-03 13-1141-04 13-1141-03 13-1141-01 19-1029-01 19-1023-01 19-1029-02 19-1029-02

Occupation CBU

ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ARCHEOLOGISTS 05 ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ARCHEOLOGISTS 05 ARCHITECTS, EXCEPT LANDSCAPE 05 ARCHITECTS, EXCEPT LANDSCAPE 05 ARCHIVISTS 05 ARCHIVISTS 05 ARCHIVISTS 05 ARCHIVISTS 05 INSTALL, MAINT/REPAIR WORKER, ALL OTHER 02 ART DIRECTORS 01 ART DIRECTORS 01 ARTISTS AND RELATED WORKERS, ALL OTHER 05 SURVEYORS 05 PRINTING MACHINE PRESS OPERATORS 02 SURVEYORS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 SOIL AND PLANT SCIENTISTS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 AUDIO AND VIDEO EQUIPMENT TECHNICIANS 01 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 01 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN & MECHANIC 02 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN & MECHANIC 02 AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNICIAN & MECHANIC 02 BARBERS 03 BARBERS 03 BARBERS 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05

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Class Class Title Code

5036 BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST IV
6303 BRIDGE TENDER
1686 BUDGET ANALYST
6484 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST 2210 BUILDING OPERATIONS SPECIALIST 0736 BUSINESS CONSULTANT I

  1. 4944  BUSINESS SPECIALIST A

  2. 4945  BUSINESS SPECIALIST B

  3. 4946  BUSINESS SPECIALIST C

6438 CABINET MAKER

8123 CAPITAL PUNISHMENT RESEARCH SPECIALIST 5754 CARES ASSESSOR

  1. 6432  CARPENTER

  2. 6433  CARPENTER - F/C

0186 CASHIER
0261 CENTREX OPERATOR

7512 CERTIFICATION SPECIALIST – DACS 5707 CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT

  1. 5523  CERTIFIED RAD TECHNOL-RAD I

  2. 5524  CERTIFIED RAD TECHNOL-RAD I - F/C

  1. 5527  CERTIFIED RAD TECHNOL-RAD II

  2. 5528  CERTIFIED RAD TECHNOL-RAD II- F/C

5820 CHAPLAIN

5819 CHAPLAIN - F/C

  1. 5043  CHEMIST I

  2. 5044  CHEMIST II

  3. 5045  CHEMIST III

5042 CHEMIST SPECIALIST
8371 CHILD PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR
8374 CHILD PROTECTIVE FIELD SUPPORT CONSULTANT 5954 CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES COUNSELOR

3925 CITRUS PROMOTIONS SPECIALIST 8051 CLASSIFICATION OFFICER
4144 CLASSROOM TEACHER II
4147 CLASSROOM TEACHER II - F/C 0001 CLERK

Broadband Code

19-1029-03 53-6011-01 13-2031-03 47-4099-02 49-1011-03 13-1111-03 13-1199-01 13-1199-01 13-1199-04 51-7011-02 21-1092-03 21-1099-03 47-2031-02 47-2031-02 41-2011-01 43-2011-01

45-2011-04 31-1011-01 29-2034-01 29-2034-01 29-2034-02 29-2034-02 21-2011-02 21-2011-02 19-2031-01 19-2031-02 19-2031-02 19-2031-03 21-1099-03 21-1099-04 21-1092-02 19-3021-02 21-1092-02 25-2043-03 25-2043-03 43-9061-01 43-9061-01 43-9061-01 43-9022-01 43-9022-01 43-9022-01

Occupation CBU

BIOLOGICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05 BRIDGE AND LOCK TENDERS 02 BUDGET ANALYSTS 05 CONSTRUCTION & RELATED WORKER, ALL OTHER 02 FIRST-LIN SUPV OF MECHN,INSTALL REPAIR 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 CABINETMAKERS AND BENCH CARPENTERS 02 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 CARPENTERS 02 CARPENTERS 02 CASHIERS 01

SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR/INCLUDE ANSWER 01 SERV
AGRICULTURAL INSPECTORS 05

HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS AND TECHNICIANS 03 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS AND TECHNICIANS 03 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS AND TECHNICIANS 03 RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTS AND TECHNICIANS 03 CLERGY 05 CLERGY 05 CHEMISTS 05 CHEMISTS 05 CHEMISTS 05 CHEMISTS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 01 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, SECONDARY SCH 05 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, SECONDARY SCH 05 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01

0003 CLERK 0005 CLERK 0073 CLERK

  1. 0078  CLERK

  2. 0079  CLERK

SPECIALIST
SPECIALIST - F/C TYPIST
TYPIST SPECIALIST TYPIST SPECIALIST - F/C

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Class Class Title Code

8127 COMMISSION INVESTIGATOR
8104 COMMISSION TECHNICIAN II
7204 COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN II
8417 COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING OFFICER 2515 COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE CONSULTANT 2506 COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST II 2517 COMMUNITY PLANNER

8513 COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER 5728 COMMUNITY YOUTH LEADER 0422 COMPLIANCE OFFICER

  1. 2125  COMPUTER AUDIT ANALYST

  2. 2126  COMPUTER AUDIT CONSULTANT

  1. 2059  COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECT I

  2. 2060  COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECT II

  3. 2061  COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECT III

  4. 2062  COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHIECT IV

  5. 2063  COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALIST I

  6. 2064  COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALIST II

  7. 2065  COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALIST III

  8. 2066  COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALIST IV

2020 COMPUTER OPERATOR I

  1. 2022  COMPUTER OPERATOR II

  2. 2023  COMPUTER OPERATOR III

  1. 2101  COMPUTER PROGRAMMER

  2. 2102  COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST I

  3. 2103  COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST II

2105 COMPUTER PROGRAMMER/ANALYST I-F/C 4954 COMPUTER SUPPORT ANALYST

2118 COMPUTER SUPPORT SPECIALIST 6487 CONSTRUCTION CONTROL SPECIALIST 6486 CONSTRUCTION COST ESTIMATOR

  1. 4691  CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CONSULTANT I

  2. 4692  CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS CONSULTANT II

4005 CONSUMER SERVICE ANALYST
4012 CONSUMER SERVICES CONSULTANT
2257 CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION ANALYST
1666 CONTRACT AUDITOR
0707 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES SPECIALIST
0421 CORPORATE DOCUMENT/ELECTION RECORDS EXAM 3143 CORRECTION POPULATON RESERCH & STAT SPEC 8099 CORRECTIONAL CHAPLAINCY SERVICES SPEC

Broadband Code

21-1092-03 21-1092-01 49-2021-02 13-1151-03 13-2099-03 13-2099-02 13-1111-03 33-9099-02 21-1092-01 13-1041-01 15-1199-03 15-1199-04 15-1143-01 15-1143-02 15-1143-03 15-1143-04 15-1152-01 15-1152-02 15-1152-03 15-1152-04 43-9011-01 15-1199-01 15-1199-02 15-1131-01 15-1131-02 15-1131-02 15-1131-02 15-1151-02 15-1151-04 47-4099-02 13-1051-02 11-9021-02 11-9021-02 13-1041-01 13-1041-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-1041-01 13-1041-01 15-2041-03 21-2011-03

Occupation CBU

PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 01 RADIO CELLULR, TOWR EQIP INSTAL & RPAIR 02 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 03 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK ARCHITECTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 05 COMPUTER NETWORK SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 05 COMPUTER OPERATORS 01 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 01 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 01 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 01 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 01 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 01 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 01 COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 05 COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 01 CONSTRUCTION & RELATED WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 COST ESTIMATORS 02 CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS 05 CONSTRUCTION MANAGERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 STATISTICIANS 05 CLERGY 05

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Class Class Title Code

5589 CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL TECH-CERT-ALS/BLS 5588 CORRECTIONAL MEDICAL TECHNICIAN-CERT 8094 CORRECTIONAL PROGRAMS CONSULTANT 8073 CORRECTIONAL SENTENCE SPECIALIST

  1. 8069  CORRECTIONAL SENTENCE TECHNICIAN

  2. 8070  CORRECTIONAL SENTENCE TECHNICIAN - F/C

8055 CORRECTIONAL SERVICES ASST CONSULTANT 8058 CORRECTIONAL SERVICES CONSULTANT
8061 CORRECTIONAL TRAINING OFFICER
0334 COURIER
8433 CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST I
8436 CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST II
8427 CRIME INTELLIGENCE TECHNICIAN
8463 CRIME LABORATORY ANALYST
8466 CRIME LABORATORY ANALYST SUPERVISOR 8461 CRIME LABORATORY TECHNICIAN
1353 CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNICATION LIAISON 1350 CRIMINAL JUSTICE CUSTOMER SERVICE SPEC

  1. 7769  CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION ANALYST I

  2. 7770  CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION ANLAYST II

  3. 7771  CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION CONSULTANT I

  4. 7772  CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION CONSULTANT II

7768 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION EXAMINER 8445 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION TECHNICIAN

7773 CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AUDITOR

8376 CRITICAL CHILD SAFETY PRACTICE EXPERT 6530 CUSTODIAL TRAINER
6526 CUSTODIAL WORKER
6511 CUSTODIAL WORKER - F/C

3440 CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST 2108 DATA ADMINISTRATION ANALYST 2121 DATA BASE ANALYST
2127 DATA BASE CONSULTANT

2001 DATA ENTRY OPERATOR
2000 DATA ENTRY OPERATOR - F/C
2130 DATA PROCESSING CONSULTANT
2013 DATA PROCESSING CONTROL SPECIALIST 6006 DCF STANDARDS SPECIALIST
3514 DEFERRED COMPENSATION SPECIALIST

  1. 5632  DENTAL ASSISTANT

  2. 5633  DENTAL ASSISTANT - F/C

Broadband Code

29-2041-03 29-2041-03 13-1111-04 21-1092-01 13-1111-01 13-1111-01 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 13-1151-03 43-5021-01 33-3021-01 33-3021-02 33-3021-01 19-4092-03 19-4092-04 19-4092-02 33-9099-02 33-9099-02 33-9099-02 33-9099-02 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 33-9099-01 43-4199-02 13-1199-04

21-1099-04 37-2011-02 37-2011-01 37-2011-01 13-1141-01 15-1199-03 15-1141-02 15-1141-04 43-9021-01 43-9021-01 15-1121-04 15-1199-01 13-1151-03 13-2052-02 31-9091-02 31-9091-02

Occupation CBU

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN & PARAMEDIC 03 EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN & PARAMEDIC 03 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 COURIERS AND MESSENGERS 01 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 05 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 05 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 05 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS – NON SWORN 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS – NON SWORN 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS – NON SWORN 01 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECILIST, ALL OTHER 05

COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 JANITOR/CLEANER, EXCEPT MAID/HOUSEKEEP 02 JANITOR/CLEANER, EXCEPT MAID/HOUSEKEEP 02 JANITOR/CLEANER, EXCEPT MAID/HOUSEKEEP 02 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS 05 DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS 05 DATA ENTRY KEYERS 01 DATA ENTRY KEYERS 01 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 01 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 PERSONAL FINANCIAL ADVISORS 05 DENTAL ASSISTANTS 03 DENTAL ASSISTANTS 03

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Class Class Title Code

5641 DENTAL HYGIENIST
5644 DENTAL TECHNICIAN
8840 DEPUTY BOILER INSPECTOR
3936 DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE I
3939 DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE II
3942 DEVELOPMENT REPRESENTATIVE III
6313 DIAZO PRINTER OPERATOR
5594 DIETETIC TECHNICIAN
5702 DIRECT SERVICES AIDE
2052 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST

2054 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYST II

2053 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER SYSTEMS CONSULTANT

2050 DISTRIBUTED COMPUTER SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

0930 DISTRIBUTION AGENT
0425 DOCUMENT SPECIALIST
9000 DRIVER LICENSES EXAMINER I 9002 DRIVER LICENSES EXAMINER II 8410 DUTY OFFICER

  1. 3215  ECONOMIC ANALYST

  2. 3216  ECONOMIC CONSULTANT

3223 ECONOMIC RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

  1. 6090  ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY SPECIALIST I

  2. 6091  ECONOMIC SELF-SUFFICIENCY SPECIALIST II

3206 ECONOMIST
2016 EDP QUALITY CONTROL/SCHEDULING SPEC 2011 EDP TECHNICIAN
1328 EDUCATION AND TRAINING SPECIALIST 1370 EDUCATION SPECIALIST - FWC
5073 EDUCATIONAL BIOLOGICAL SCIENTIST II 4130 EDUCATIONAL POLICY ANALYST

  1. 6443  ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION CONTROLLER

  2. 6444  ELECTRICIAN

  3. 6445  ELECTRICIAN - F/C

7223 ELECTRONIC SPECIALIST-DACS

  1. 7233  ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN I

  2. 7234  ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN II

7236 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN II-F/C 3375 EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM SPEC

  1. 3441  EMPLOYMENT SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE I

  2. 3442  EMPLOYMENT SECURITY REPRESENTATIVE II

Broadband Code

29-2021-03 31-9091-02 47-4011-03 13-1161-02 13-1161-03 13-1161-03 51-5021-01 29-2051-01 21-1093-01 15-1142-02

15-1142-04 15-1142-04 15-1142-02

13-1081-01 43-4199-02 33-9099-01 33-9099-01 33-9099-01 19-3011-03 19-3011-04 13-1161-02 21-1099-02 21-1099-02 19-3011-02 15-1199-01 43-9011-01 13-1151-03 25-3099-03 25-3099-03 13-1111-04 49-2095-01 49-2094-02 49-2094-02 49-2094-02 49-2094-01 49-2094-02 49-2094-02 13-1141-03 13-1141-02 13-1141-02

Occupation CBU

DENTAL HYGIENISTS 03 DENTAL ASSISTANTS 03 CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING INSPECTORS 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 JOB PRINTERS 02 DIETETIC TECHNICIANS 03 SOCIAL AND HUMAN SERVICE ASSISTANTS 03

NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 01 ADMINISTRATOR
NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 01 ADMINISTRATOR

NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 05 ADMINISTRATOR
NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 01 ADMINISTRATOR

LOGISTICIANS 01 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 01 ECONOMISTS 05 ECONOMISTS 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 ECONOMISTS 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS ALL OTHER 01 COMPUTER OPERATORS 01 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 01 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 ELECTRIC & ELECTRON REPAIRER-POWERHOUSE 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05

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Class Class Title Code

2231 ENERGY ANALYST
6580 ENERGY MANAGEMENT CONTROL SYSTEM OPR 4654 ENGINEER TRAINEE
4627 ENGINEERING SPECIALIST I
4630 ENGINEERING SPECIALIST II
4633 ENGINEERING SPECIALIST III
4635 ENGINEERING SPECIALIST IV

  1. 4605  ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN I

  2. 4606  ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN II

4609 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN III
4612 ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN IV
4823 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANT
4814 ENVIRONMENTAL EPIDEMIOLOGIST 8853 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AIDE
8857 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SPECIALIST 4806 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST I
4809 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST II
4812 ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIALIST III

  1. 6546  EQUIPMENT OPERATION MAINTENANCE SPEC-DMS

  2. 6547  EQUIPMENT/CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST

1087 EXAMINATION DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST 0114 EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
6635 EXTERMINATOR
0833 FACILITIES SERVICES ANALYST
0836 FACILITIES SERVICES CONSULTANT
0831 FACILITIES SERVICES SPECIALIST
5990 FAMILY SERVICES COUNSELOR
5994 FAMILY SERVICES SPECIALIST
5703 FAMILY SUPPORT WORKER
1567 FINANCIAL CONTROL ANALYST
1712 FINANCIAL COUNSELOR

  1. 8430  FINANCIAL CRIME INVESTIGATOR I

  2. 8431  FINANCIAL CRIME INVESTIGATOR II

  3. 8432  FINANCIAL CRIME INVESTIGATOR III

1554 FINANCIAL EXAMINER/ANALYST I 1564 FINANCIAL EXAMINER/ANALYST II

  1. 8324  FINANCIAL INVESTIGATOR

  2. 8325  FINANCIAL INVESTIGATOR-CRIMINAL ENFORCE

  3. 8326  FINANCIAL INVESTIGATOR-ECONOMIC CRIMES

1566 FINANCIAL SPECIALIST 8415 FINGERPRINT ANALYST

Broadband Code

13-1199-03 49-2095-01 17-2199-03 17-2199-02 17-2199-03 17-2199-03 17-2199-03 17-3029-01 17-3029-01 17-3029-02 17-3029-02 19-2041-03 19-1041-02 19-4091-01 19-4091-02 19-2041-01 19-2041-02 19-2041-02 47-2073-03 47-2073-03 13-1151-04 43-6011-02 37-2021-01 13-1199-02 13-1199-03 13-1199-01 21-1099-03 21-1099-03 21-1093-01 13-2051-04 13-2052-01 33-3021-01 33-3021-02 33-3021-03 13-2051-02 13-2051-03 13-2051-03 33-3021-02 13-2051-04 13-2051-04 19-4092-02

Occupation CBU

BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 ELECTRIC & ELECTRON REPAIRER-POWERHOUSE 02 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS, ALL OTHER 02 ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS, ALL OTHER 02 ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS, ALL OTHER 02 ENGINEERING TECHNICIANS, ALL OTHER 02 ENVIRONMEN SCIENTIST & SPEC, INCL HLTH 05 EPIDEMIOLOGISTS 05 ENVIRON SCIENCE/PROTECT TECH, INCL HLTH 02 ENVIRON SCIENCE/PROTECT TECH, INCL HLTH 05 ENVIRONMEN SCIENTIST & SPEC, INCL HLTH 05 ENVIRONMEN SCIENTIST & SPEC, INCL HLTH 05 ENVIRONMEN SCIENTIST & SPEC, INCL HLTH 05 OPERATING TEC & OTHER CONST EQUIP OPERAT 05 OPERATING TEC & OTHER CONST EQUIP OPERAT 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 01 EXEC SECRETARIES & EXEC ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 PEST CONTROL WORKERS 02 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 SOCIAL AND HUMAN SERVICE ASSISTANTS 03 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 PERSONAL FINANCIAL ADVISORS 01 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 01

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Class Class Title Code

8412 FINGERPRINT ANALYST TRAINEE
4135 FIRE COLLEGE ACADEMIC INSTRUCTOR

  1. 1428  FISCAL ACCOUNTANT A

  2. 1429  FISCAL ACCOUNTANT B

1415 FISCAL ASSISTANT I
1418 FISCAL ASSISTANT II
5031 FISH/WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN
5028 FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST II

  1. 5074  FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST III

  2. 5075  FISHERIES & WILDLIFE BIO SCIENTIST IV

4815 FISHERIES & WILDLIFE ENVIROMENT SPEC III

  1. 4807  FISHERIES & WILDLIFE ENVIRONMENT SPEC I

  2. 4808  FISHERIES & WILDLIFE ENVIRONMENT SPEC II

6192 FLEET EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

  1. 1156  FNW PROGRAM SPEC III - DACS

  2. 1157  FNW PROGRAM SPEC IV - DACS

6217 FOOD CONTROL SPECIALIST
6223 FOOD SERVICES DIRECTOR I
6213 FOOD SUPPORT WORKER
8459 FORENSIC TECHNOLOGIST
7615 FORESTER
4943 GENERAL SERVICES ANALYST
0839 GENERAL SERVICES SPECIALIST
2350 GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM TECHNICIAN

  1. 5111  GEOLOGIST II

  2. 5112  GEOLOGIST III

  1. 2224  GOVERNMENT ANALYST I

  2. 2225  GOVERNMENT ANALYST II

2234 GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS CONSULTANT I 2236 GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS CONSULTANT II 2238 GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS CONSULTANT III 5596 GRADUATE NURSE
2230 GRANT SPECIALIST A
2232 GRANT SPECIALIST B
2242 GRANT SPECIALIST C
2401 GRANTS SPECIALIST I
2403 GRANTS SPECIALIST II
2406 GRANTS SPECIALIST III
2409 GRANTS SPECIALIST IV
2415 GRANTS SPECIALIST V
3718 GRAPHICS CONSULTANT

Broadband Code

19-4092-01 25-3099-04 13-2011-02 13-2011-02 43-3031-01 43-3031-02 19-4021-01 19-1023-02 19-1023-03 19-1023-04 19-1023-04 19-1023-02 19-1023-03 49-9099-03 13-1041-03 13-1041-03 35-2021-01 11-9051-01 35-2021-01 19-4092-02 45-4011-01 13-1111-04 13-1199-03 17-3031-02 19-2042-02 19-2042-02 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 13-1111-04 31-9099-03 13-2099-03 13-2099-04 13-2099-03 13-2099-01 13-2099-01 13-2099-02 13-2099-02 13-2099-03 27-1019-03

Occupation CBU

FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 01 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 BOOKKEEPING, ACCOUNTING & AUDITING CLERK 01 BOOKKEEPING, ACCOUNTING & AUDITING CLERK 01

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BIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS
INSTALL, MAINT/REPAIR WORKER, ALL
COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
COMPLIANCE OFFICERS
FOOD PREPARATION WORKERS
FOOD SERVICE MANAGERS
FOOD PREPARATION WORKERS
FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS
FOREST AND CONSERVATION WORKERS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 SURVEYING AND MAPPING TECHNICIANS 05 GEOSCIENTIST/EXCEPT HYDROLOGI & GEOGRAPH 05 GEOSCIENTIST/EXCEPT HYDROLOGI & GEOGRAPH 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKERS, ALL OTHER 03 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 ARTISTS AND RELATED WORKERS, ALL OTHER 02

OTHER 02 05 05 03 05 03 05

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Class Class Title Code

6394 GROUNDSKEEPER
5719 GROUP TREATMENT HOMEPARENT II
5721 GROUP TREATMENT LEADER
4964 HEALTH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT A
4966 HEALTH ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT B
2258 HEALTH CONSULTANT A
4942 HEALTH DATA ANALYST
6043 HEALTH EDUCATION PROGRAM CONSULTANT 6030 HEALTH EDUCATOR
6036 HEALTH EDUCATOR CONSULTANT
5614 HEALTH FACILITY EVALUATOR I
5620 HEALTH FACILITY EVALUATOR II
4953 HEALTH FINANCE AUDITOR

  1. 5666  HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALIST

  2. 5667  HEALTH INFORMATION SPECIALIST - F/C

4941 HEALTH PROGRAM ANALYST A 4967 HEALTH PROGRAM ANALYST B

  1. 4956  HEALTH PROGRAM EDUCATOR A

  2. 4957  HEALTH PROGRAM EDUCATOR B

4963 HEALTH SAFETY SPECIALIST
5894 HEALTH SERVICES & FACILITIES CONSULTANT

  1. 4958  HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST A

  2. 4959  HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST B

  3. 4960  HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST C

  4. 4961  HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST D

4968 HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST E
5850 HEALTH SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE 5505 HEALTH SUPPORT AIDE
5504 HEALTH SUPPORT AIDE - F/C
5521 HEALTH SUPPORT SPECIALIST

  1. 5518  HEALTH SUPPORT TECHNICIAN

  2. 5519  HEALTH SUPPORT TECHNICIAN-F/C

5512 HEALTH SUPPORT WORKER
6368 HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
4759 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST 4742 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE TECH COORD 4738 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN I 4741 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN II 9018 HIGHWAY SAFETY SPECIALIST
2724 HISTORIAN
2723 HISTORIAN II

Broadband Code

37-3011-01 21-1099-02 21-1092-03 43-6011-03 43-6011-03 21-1099-03 13-1111-03 21-1091-04 21-1091-02 21-1091-03 13-1111-03 13-1111-03 13-2051-02 43-4071-03 43-4071-03 13-1073-04 13-1073-04 21-1091-03 21-1091-03 29-9011-03 13-1199-04 21-1099-02 21-1099-02 21-1099-02 21-1099-03 21-1099-03 19-1041-01 31-1011-01 31-1011-01 31-1011-01 31-1011-01 31-1011-01 31-1011-01 53-7051-02 47-4051-03 47-4051-02 47-4051-01 47-4051-01 13-1041-02 19-3093-01 19-3093-02

Occupation CBU

LANDSCAPING AND GROUNDSKEEPING WORKERS 02 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 03 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES & ADMIN ASSISTANTS 05 EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES & ADMIN ASSISTANTS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 FILE CLERKS 01 FILE CLERKS 01 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY SPECIALISTS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 EPIDEMIOLOGISTS 05 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 INDUSTRIAL TRUCK AND TRACTOR OPERATORS 02 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKERS 02 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKERS 02 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKERS 02 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE WORKERS 02 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 HISTORIANS 05 HISTORIANS 05

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Class Class Title Code

2725 HISTORIAN III
2727 HISTORIC CONSERVATOR
2416 HISTORIC PRESERVATION GRANTS SPECIALIST 2721 HISTORIC PRESERVATION PLANNER
2729 HISTORIC PRESERVATIONIST
2726 HISTORIC PRESERVATIONIST II
2718 HISTORIC SITES SPECIALIST
5725 HOUSE PARENT
9009 HSMV COMPLIANCE EXAMINER
9013 HSMV FIELD HEARING OFFICER
5868 HUMAN SERVICES ANALYST
5934 HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR

  1. 5936  HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR

  2. 5937  HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR

  1. 5940  HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR

  2. 5941  HUMAN SERVICES COUNSELOR

5871 HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM ANALYST

  1. 5918  HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM CONSULTANT I

  2. 5919  HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM CONSULTANT II

  3. 5920  HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM CONSULTANT III

5864 HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM RECORDS ANALYST 5877 HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM SPECIALIST
5706 HUMAN SERVICES WORKER I
5781 HUMAN SERVICES WORKER I - FORENSIC
5709 HUMAN SERVICES WORKER II
5784 HUMAN SERVICES WORKER II - F/C
5121 HYDROLOGIST-DACS
3703 ILLUSTRATOR I
3706 ILLUSTRATOR II
2119 INFORMATION RESOURCE MGMT CONSULTANT II

  1. 2055  INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYST I

  2. 2056  INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYST II

  3. 2057  INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYST III

  4. 2058  INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYST IV

  1. 3732  INFORMATION SPECIALIST I

  2. 3733  INFORMATION SPECIALIST II

3736 INFORMATION SPECIALIST III
2123 INFORMATION SYSTEMS UTILITY CLIENT REP

4955 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ANALYST 6392 INMATE WORK CREW LEADER
8833 INSPECTION SPECIALIST

Broadband Code

19-3093-03 19-3091-03 13-2099-02 19-3093-01 19-3093-02 19-3093-03 19-3093-01 21-1092-01 13-1041-02 13-1041-03 21-1099-02 21-1019-01 21-1019-01 21-1019-02 21-1019-02 21-1019-02 21-1099-03 21-1099-03 21-1099-03 21-1099-03 13-1111-01 21-1099-03 31-1013-01 31-1013-01 31-1013-01 31-1013-01 19-2043-03 27-1013-01 27-1013-01 15-1199-04 15-1122-01 15-1122-02 15-1122-03 15-1122-04 27-3031-01 27-3031-01 27-3031-02 15-1099-04

15-1121-03 53-1021-02 13-1041-03

Occupation CBU

HISTORIANS 05 ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ARCHEOLOGISTS 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 HISTORIANS 05 HISTORIANS 05 HISTORIANS 05 HISTORIANS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 03 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05

I
II II-F/C III III-F/C

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COMMUNITY/SOCIAL
PSYCHIATRIC AIDES
PSYCHIATRIC AIDES
PSYCHIATRIC AIDES
PSYCHIATRIC AIDES
HYDROLOGISTS
PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 02 PAINTERS AND ILLUSTRATORS 02 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYSTS 05 INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYSTS 05 INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYSTS 05 INFORMATION SECURITY ANALYSTS 05 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 01 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 01 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 01

COMPUTER SPECIALISTS OCCUPATIONS, ALL 05 OTHER
COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYSTS 05

FRST-LINE SUPV HLPR/LABRS/MTL MVRS, HAND 02 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01

SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 03 03 03 03 05

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Class Class Title Code

8883 INSPECTOR/PLANS REVIEWER
5932 INSTITUTIONAL COUNSELOR - F/C
4218 INSTITUTIONAL EDUCATIONAL SPECIALIST I 8227 INSTITUTIONAL SECURITY OFFICER

  1. 6071  INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT I

  2. 6072  INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT II

3525 INSURANCE ADMINISTRATOR-LOSS PREVENTION 3515 INSURANCE ANALYST I
3518 INSURANCE ANALYST II
3521 INSURANCE EXAMINER I
3524 INSURANCE EXAMINER II

  1. 3508  INSURANCE SPECIALIST I

  2. 3509  INSURANCE SPECIALIST II

3512 INSURANCE SPECIALIST III
3334 INTERVIEWING CLERK
8315 INVESTIGATION SPECIALIST I
8318 INVESTIGATION SPECIALIST II
8321 INVESTIGATOR
8303 INVESTIGATOR-DOT
3449 JOBS AND BENEFITS COORDINATOR 5716 JUVENILE JUSTICE COUNSELOR

  1. 5711  JUVENILE JUSTICE DETENTION OFFICER I

  2. 5712  JUVENILE JUSTICE DETENTION OFFICER II

5717 JUVENILE JUSTICE RESIDENTIAL OFFICER 5965 JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER
3342 LABOR, EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING FIELD REPR 3341 LABOR, EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING SPECIALIST

  1. 5016  LABORATORY HELPER

  2. 5017  LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I

  3. 5018  LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II

  4. 5019  LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II - F/C

5021 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN III 5027 LABORATORY TECHNICIAN IV

  1. 6389  LABORER

  2. 6390  LABORER TECHNICIAN

4456 LAND ACQUISITION AGENT
4667 LAND SURVEYOR TRAINEE
4509 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
4500 LANDSCAPE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST
3126 LEGAL ASSISTANT
4014 LEMON LAW ARBITRATION PROGRAM SPECIALIST

Broadband Code

47-4011-03 21-1019-02 25-3011-02 33-9032-01 25-9041-01 25-9041-01 13-1111-04 13-2053-01 13-2053-02 13-2053-01 13-2053-03 13-2053-01 13-2053-02 13-2053-02 43-4061-01 13-1041-02 13-1041-03 13-2051-02 13-2051-01 13-1141-03 21-1092-03 21-1092-01 21-1092-02 21-1092-01 21-1092-02 13-1111-03 13-1151-03 19-4099-01 19-4099-01 19-4099-01 19-4099-01 19-4099-02 19-4099-02 53-7062-01 53-7062-01 13-1199-03 17-3031-02 17-1012-04 37-3011-04 23-2011-01 13-1111-03

Occupation CBU

CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING INSPECTORS 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 03 ADLT BASIC & SEC EDU & LIT TEACH & INSTR 05

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TEACHER ASSISTANTS
TEACHER ASSISTANTS MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS ELIGIBILITY INTERVIEWERS, GOVT COMPLIANCE OFFICERS COMPLIANCE OFFICERS FINANCIAL ANALYSTS

FINANCIAL ANALYSTS

01 03 03 05 05 05 05 05 05 05 05

PROGRAMS 01 05 05 05 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 03 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 03 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 03 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LIFE/PHYSICAL/SOCIAL SCI TECH, ALL OTHER 02 LABOR & FREIGHT, STOCK, & MATERIAL MVRS 02 LABOR & FREIGHT, STOCK, & MATERIAL MVRS 02 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 SURVEYING AND MAPPING TECHNICIANS 05 LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 05 LANDSCAPING AND GROUNDSKEEPING WORKERS 01 PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05

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Class Class Title Code

4315 LIBRARIAN

  1. 4318  LIBRARIAN SPECIALIST

  2. 4319  LIBRARIAN SPECIALIST-F/C

4327 LIBRARY PROGRAM SPECIALIST

  1. 4303  LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT I

  2. 4304  LIBRARY TECHNICAL ASSISTANT II

9055 LICENSE & REGISTRATION INSPECTOR

  1. 1546  LICENSE FEE & TAX AUDITOR I-HSMV

  2. 1547  LICENSE FEE & TAX AUDITOR II-HSMV

  3. 1548  LICENSE FEE & TAX AUDITOR III-HSMV

5599 LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE
6225 LINEN SERVICE SPECIALIST
8830 LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS INSPECTOR 6425 LOCKSMITH II
6466 MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
6469 MAINTENANCE MECHANIC - F/C
6373 MAINTENANCE REPAIRMAN
6377 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT TECHNI - F/C 6374 MAINTENANCE SUPPORT TECHNICIAN 6562 MARINE MATE
6552 MARINE MECHANIC
5011 MARINE SCIENCE TECHNICIAN
3150 MARKETING RESEARCH ANALYST
3903 MARKETING SPECIALIST I
3906 MARKETING SPECIALIST II
3909 MARKETING SPECIALIST III
3912 MARKETING SPECIALIST IV
6447 MASON
6446 MASTER ELECTRICIAN
6543 MASTER EQUIPMENT MECHANIC
6193 MASTER FLEET EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN

  1. 2218  MEDICAID FRAUD ANALYST I

  2. 2219  MEDICAID FRAUD ANALYST II

2241 MEDICAID MANAGEMENT REVIEW MONITOR 5645 MEDICAL ASSISTANT

  1. 3470  MEDICAL DISABILITY CASE RECORD SPEC

  2. 3471  MEDICAL DISABILITY EXAMINER

3473 MEDICAL DISABILITY HEARING OFFICER 3481 MEDICAL DISABILITY PROF RELATIONS OFF 3472 MEDICAL DISABILITY PROGRAM SPECIALIST 5069 MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTIST I

Broadband Code

25-4021-02 25-4021-02 25-4021-02 25-4021-03 25-4031-01 25-4031-01 13-1041-01 13-2011-01 13-2011-02 13-2011-02 29-2061-03 51-6011-01 13-1041-03 49-9094-02 49-9042-02 49-9042-02 49-9042-01 49-9042-01 49-9042-01 53-5021-01 49-3051-02 19-4021-01 13-1161-02 13-1161-01 13-1161-01 13-1161-02 13-1161-02 47-2021-02 49-2094-03 49-9042-02 49-9099-03 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-1111-04 31-9092-02 13-1031-01 13-1031-03 23-1021-02 13-1111-04 13-1031-03 29-2011-03

Occupation CBU

LIBRARIANS 05 LIBRARIANS 05 LIBRARIANS 05 LIBRARIANS 05 LIBRARY TECHNICIANS 01 LIBRARY TECHNICIANS 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 LICENSED PRACTICAL & LICENSED VOC NURSES 03 LAUNDRY AND DRY-CLEANING WORKERS 02 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 LOCKSMITHS AND SAFE REPAIRERS 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 CAPTAIN, MATE, & PILOT OF WATER VESSELS 02 MOTORBOAT MECHANICS 02 BIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS 02 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYST & MARKETING SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYST & MARKETING SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYST & MARKETING SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYST & MARKETING SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYST & MARKETING SPEC 05 BRICKMASONS AND BLOCKMASONS 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 INSTALL, MAINT/REPAIR WOKER, ALL OTHER ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MEDICAL ASSISTANTS 03 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 ADMINISTRAT LAW JUDGE/ADJUD/HEAR OFFICER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 05

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Class Class Title Code

  1. 5070  MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTIST II

  2. 5071  MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTIST III

  3. 5072  MEDICAL LABORATORY SCIENTIST IV

  1. 5047  MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN I

  2. 5048  MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN II

5024 MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN III

  1. 5605  MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST I

  2. 5606  MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGIST II

8327 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE INVESTIGATOR 5602 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST I

5601 MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST I - F/C

  1. 5603  MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST II

  2. 5604  MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIST II - F/C

5748 MEDICAL UNIT SPECIALIST

5875 MEDICAL/HEALTH CARE PROGRAM ANALYST 5880 MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM ANALYST
8224 MENTAL HEALTH SECURITY SPECIALIST

  1. 5104  METEOROLOGIST

  2. 5105  METROLOGIST

3607 MICROFILM LAB TECHNICIAN 3627 MICROPHOTOGRAPHER

  1. 7213  MICROWAVE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN I

  2. 7214  MICROWAVE COMMUNICATIONS TECHNICIAN II

6366 MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR
6572 MULTI-ENGINE RECIPROCAL AIRCRAFT PILOT
2757 MUSEUM ARTISAN
2751 MUSEUM ARTIST
2769 MUSEUM CURATOR
2764 MUSEUM EDUCATION PROGRAM REPRESENTATIVE 2745 MUSEUM EDUCATION PROGRAM SPECIALIST
2763 MUSEUM EXHIBIT DESIGNER
2740 MUSEUM GUIDE
2760 MUSEUM REGISTRAR
8209 MUSEUM SECURITY OFFICER
2120 NETWORK SYSTEMS ANALYST

5595 NURSE EXTERN
2047 OFFICE AUTOMATION ANALYST
2041 OFFICE AUTOMATION SPECIALIST I 2043 OFFICE AUTOMATION SPECIALIST II 0162 OFFICE OPERATIONS CONSULTANT I 2138 OPERATING SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER I

Broadband Code

29-2011-03 29-2011-04 29-2011-04 29-2012-01 29-2012-01 29-2012-03 29-2012-03 29-2012-03 13-1199-04 29-2011-03 29-2011-03 29-2011-03 29-2011-03 43-4071-02 13-1111-04 13-1111-03 33-9032-02 19-2021-03 19-2099-01 51-9131-01 51-9131-01 49-2094-02 49-2094-02 53-3099-01 53-2011-04 27-1012-02 27-1027-01 25-4012-02 25-3099-02 25-3099-02 27-1027-02 25-4013-01 25-4013-02 33-9032-01 15-1142 -02

31-9099-01 15-1151-02 15-1151-01 15-1151-01 13-1199-03 15-1131-02

Occupation CBU

MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 05 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 05 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 05 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 02 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 02 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 02 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 03 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 03 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 03 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 03 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 03 MEDICAL & CLINICAL LAB TECHNOLOGISTS 03 FILE CLERKS 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 SECURITY GUARDS 02 ATMOSPHERIC SCIENTISTS 05 PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05 PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION TECHNICIANS 02 PHOTOGRAPHIC REPRODUCTION TECHNICIANS 01 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS, ALL OTHER 02 AIRLINE PILOT, COPILOT & FLIGHT NAVIGATR 02 CRAFT ARTISTS 02 SET AND EXHIBIT DESIGNERS 02 CURATORS 05 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 SET AND EXHIBIT DESIGNERS 05 MUSEUM TECHNICIANS AND CONSERVATORS 02 MUSEUM TECHNICIANS AND CONSERVATORS 05 SECURITY GUARDS 02

NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 01 ADMINISTRATOR
HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKERS, ALL OTHER 03

COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 01 COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 01 COMPUTER USER SUPPORT SPECIALISTS 01 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 01 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05

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Class Class Title Code

  1. 2139  OPERATING SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER II

  2. 2140  OPERATING SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER III

6330 OPERATING TECHNICIAN 2209 OPERATIONS ANALYST I

2212 OPERATIONS ANALYST II
2243 OPERATIONS CONSULTANT
9117 OPERATIONS MANAGER B
2239 OPERATIONS REVIEW SPECIALIST
6426 PAINTER
7703 PARALEGAL SPECIALIST
8822 PARI-MUTUEL OPERATIONS SPECIALIST
0139 PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING SPECIALIST
6611 PARK ATTENDANT
3740 PARK PROGRAMS DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST 6612 PARK RANGER
6620 PARK SERVICES SPECIALIST
8103 PAROLE TECHNICIAN I
8106 PAROLE/PROBATION SPECIALIST
1003 PERSONNEL AIDE
9129 PHARMACEUTICAL PURCHASING MANAGER

  1. 5500  PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

  2. 5501  PHARMACY TECHNICIAN-F/C

8081 PLACEMENT & TRANSITION SPECIALIST 2309 PLANNER I
2315 PLANNER II

  1. 2321  PLANNER III

  2. 2322  PLANNER IV

1679 PLANNING 2303 PLANNING 3213 PLANNING 2518 PLANNING 2336 PLANNING 6441 PLUMBER

  1. 6310  PRINTER I

  2. 6311  PRINTER II

6306 PRINTING ASSISTANT
1467 PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT
1469 PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT SPECIALIST 4657 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER I

4660 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER II 4663 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER III

Broadband Code

15-1131-03 15-1131-04 49-9098-01 13-1111-02 13-1111-03 13-1111-02 11-1021-02 13-1111-04 51-9121-01 23-2011-01 43-4199-03 13-2099-01 47-3019-01 13-2099-01 19-1031-01 19-1031-01 21-1092-01 21-1092-01 43-4161-02 11-3061-02 29-2052-02 29-2052-02 21-2012-03 13-1111-02 13-1111-03 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 13-2031-02 13-1111-01 19-3011-03 13-1111-03 13-1111-04 47-2151-02 51-5112-01 51-5112-01 51-5023-01 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 17-2199-04 17-2199-04 17-2199-04

Occupation CBU

COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 HELPERS/INSTALL/MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WKR 02 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 GENERAL AND OPERATIONS MANAGERS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 COAT/PAINT/SPRAY MACH SETTER/OPR/TENDER 02 PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS 01 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 01 HELPERS, CONSTRUCTION TRADES, ALL OTHER 02 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 01 PARK NATURALISTS 02 PARK NATURALISTS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 01 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 HUMN RESOUR AST/EXCPT PAYROLL/TIMEKEEPNG 01 PURCHASING MANAGERS 05 PHARMACY TECHNICIANS 03 PHARMACY TECHNICIANS 03 EDUC, GUIDANCE,SCHOL & VOCATIO COUNSLRS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 BUDGET ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 ECONOMISTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 PIPELAYERS 02 PRINTING PRESS OPERATORS 02 PRINTING PRESS OPERATORS 02 PRINTING MACHINE OPERATORS 02 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05

& BUDGETING SPECIALIST & EVALUATION SPECIALIST & RESEARCH ECONOMIST ANALYST

CONSULTANT

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  1. 5054  PROFESSIONAL GEOLOGIST I

  2. 5055  PROFESSIONAL GEOLOGIST II

  3. 5056  PROFESSIONAL GEOLOGIST III

4715 PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR I
4719 PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR II
4711 PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYOR TRAINEE 6845 PROGRAM ANALYST II

5916 PROGRAM CONSULTANT

  1. 4115  PROGRAM SPECIALIST I-DOE

  2. 4116  PROGRAM SPECIALIST II-DOE

  3. 4117  PROGRAM SPECIALIST III-DOE

  4. 4118  PROGRAM SPECIALIST IV-DOE

8808 PROPERTY & OUTDOOR ADVERTISING INSPECTOR 0942 PROPERTY ANALYST
0945 PROPERTY CONSULTANT
0939 PROPERTY SPECIALIST
8308 PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR
6057 PUBLIC ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST
3738 PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST
2505 PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST II

  1. 4702  PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST I

  2. 4703  PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST II

4706 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SPECIALIST III

  1. 2253  PUBLIC UTILITY ANALYST I

  2. 2254  PUBLIC UTILITY ANALYST II

  3. 2255  PUBLIC UTILITY ANALYST III

  4. 2256  PUBLIC UTILITY ANALYST IV

  1. 3720  PUBLICATIONS PRODUCTION SPECIALIST I

  2. 3721  PUBLICATIONS PRODUCTION SPECIALIST II

0809 PURCHASING AGENT I
0812 PURCHASING AGENT II
0815 PURCHASING AGENT III
0830 PURCHASING ANALYST
0818 PURCHASING SPECIALIST
0806 PURCHASING TECHNICIAN
8900 QUALITY ASSURANCE & TRAINING SPEC
5890 QUALITY CONTROL ANALYST
0252 RADIO-TELEPHONE OPERATOR
8406 RADIO-TELETYPE OPERATOR
4600 RADIO-TELEVISION ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 4602 RADIO-TELEVISION ENGINEERING TECHNOL

Broadband Code

19-2042-03 19-2042-03 19-2042-04 17-1022-04 17-1022-04 17-1022-03 13-1199-03 13-1111-04 25-9099-02 25-9099-02 25-9099-03 25-9099-03 47-4011-02 13-1023-02 13-1023-03 13-1081-01 21-1099-03 21-1099-02 27-3031-02 27-3031-02 13-1111-04 13-1111-04 13-1111-04 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-04 13-2011-04 27-3099-01 27-3099-01 13-1023-01 13-1023-01 13-1023-03 13-1023-04 13-1023-03 13-1023-01 13-1151-04 13-1111-02 27-4013-01 43-9199-02 49-2022-01 49-2022-03

Occupation CBU

GEOSCIENTIST/EXCEPT HYDROLOGI & GEOGRAPH 05 GEOSCIENTIST/EXCEPT HYDROLOGI & GEOGRAPH 05 GEOSCIENTIST/EXCEPT HYDROLOGI & GEOGRAPH 05 SURVEYORS 05 SURVEYORS 05 SURVEYORS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 EDUCATION/TRAIN/LIBRARY WORKER/ALL OTHER 05 EDUCATION/TRAIN/LIBRARY WORKER/ALL OTHER 05 EDUCATION/TRAIN/LIBRARY WORKER/ALL OTHER 05 EDUCATION/TRAIN/LIBRARY WORKER/ALL OTHER 05 CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING INSPECTORS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 05 PURCHASING AGENTS 05 LOGISTICIANS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 01 PUBLIC RELATIONS SPECIALISTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 MEDIA & COMMUNICATION WORKERS, ALL OTHER 01 MEDIA & COMMUNICATION WORKERS, ALL OTHER 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 PURCHASING AGENTS 01 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 RADIO OPERATORS 01 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 TELECOMM EQUP INSTAL/REPR EX LINE INSTAL 02 TELECOMM EQUP INSTAL/REPR EX LINE INSTAL 05

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Class Class Title Code

3793 RADIO-TELEVISION PRODUCER-DIRECTOR 3781 RADIO-TELEVISION SPECIALIST
4482 REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST 0011 RECEPTIONIST

2208 RECORDS ANALYST
0130 RECORDS SPECIALIST
0045 RECORDS TECHNICIAN
5566 RECREATION THERAPY ANALYST

  1. 6451  REFRIGERATION MECHANIC

  2. 6452  REFRIGERATION MECHANIC - F/C

8812 REGIONAL ALCOHOL BREATH TEST INSPECTOR 8407 REGIONAL DUTY OFFICER

  1. 1641  REGULATORY ANALYST I

  2. 1642  REGULATORY ANALYST II

  3. 1643  REGULATORY ANALYST III

  4. 1644  REGULATORY ANALYST IV

0442 REGULATORY CONSULTANT
0445 REGULATORY PROGRAM SPECIALIST

  1. 0440  REGULATORY SPECIALIST I

  2. 0441  REGULATORY SPECIALIST II

0444 REGULATORY SPECIALIST III
5981 REHAB ENGINEER/TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT 6024 REHABILITATION SPECIALIST
BLIND
6026 REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN-BLIND

  1. 5562  REHABILITATION THERAPIST

  2. 5563  REHABILITATION THERAPIST - F/C

3551 REINSURANCE/FINANCIAL SPECIALIST 4698 REMOTE SENSING ANALYST
4697 REMOTE SENSING TECHNICIAN
3142 RESEARCH & STATISTICS CONSULTANT 1334 RESEARCH AND TRAINING SPECIALIST 3120 RESEARCH ASSISTANT
5061 RESEARCH ASSISTANT-FWC
3122 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
5062 RESEARCH ASSOCIATE-FWC
3227 RESEARCH ECONOMIST
9132 RESEARCH MANAGER A
5091 RESEARCH SCIENTIST I-CIT
5096 RESEARCH SCIENTIST III-CIT
5065 RESEARCH SCIENTIST-FWC
6065 RESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTOR

Broadband Code

27-2012-03 27-3099-01 13-1199-03 43-4171-01 13-1111-01 43-4199-02 43-4199-02 21-1015-02 49-9021-02 49-9021-02 13-1041-03 33-9099-02 13-2011-02 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-1041-03 13-1041-04 13-1041-01 13-1041-02 13-1041-03 17-2199-03 21-1015-02 21-1015-02 21-1015-02 21-1015-02 13-2053-03 49-9097-03 49-9097-02 15-2041-03 13-1151-04 15-2091-02 19-1023-02 15-2021-03 19-1023-03 19-3011-04 11-9111-02 19-1013-03 19-1013-04 19-1023-04 21-1091-01

Occupation CBU

PRODUCERS AND DIRECTORS 05 MEDIA & COMMUNICATION WORKERS, ALL OTHER 02 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 RECEPTIONISTS AND INFORMATION CLERKS 01 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 HEATING/AIR COND/REFRIG MECHANC/INSTALER 02 HEATING/AIR COND/REFRIG MECHANC/INSTALER 02 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS - NON SWORN 01 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 03 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 03 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS 05 SIGNAL AND TRACK SWITCH REPAIRERS 05 SIGNAL AND TRACK SWITCH REPAIRERS 05 STATISTICIANS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 MATHEMATICIANS TECHNICIANS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 MATHEMATICIANS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 ECONOMISTS 05 MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES MANAGERS 05 SOIL AND PLANT SCIENTISTS 05 SOIL AND PLANT SCIENTISTS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 03

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Class Class Title Code

5736 RESIDENTIAL UNIT SPECIALIST 5578 RESPIRATORY CARE SPECIALIST I

  1. 5581  RESPIRATORY CARE SPECIALIST II

  2. 5582  RESPIRATORY CARE SPECIALIST II -F/C

1523 REVENUE COMPUTER AUDITOR
8337 REVENUE INVESTGATOR-CRIMINAL ENFORCE 1522 REVENUE SENIOR TAX SPECIALIST

  1. 1699  REVENUE SPECIALIST I

  2. 1700  REVENUE SPECIALIST II

  3. 1701  REVENUE SPECIALIST III

  1. 1516  REVENUE TAX AUDITOR

  2. 1517  REVENUE TAX AUDITOR

  3. 1518  REVENUE TAX AUDITOR

  4. 1519  REVENUE TAX AUDITOR

  5. 1520  REVENUE TAX AUDITOR

8124 REVOCATION SPECIALIST
4448 RIGHT-OF-WAY APPRAISER
4406 RIGHT-OF-WAY SPECIALIST I
4410 RIGHT-OF-WAY SPECIALIST III
4409 RIGHT-OF-WAY-SPECIALIST II
3545 RISK MANAGEMENT PROGRAM SPECIALIST 8725 SAFETY AND HEALTH SPECIALIST
8712 SAFETY PROGRAM CONSULTANT
8705 SAFETY SPECIALIST
8888 SANITATION AND SAFETY SPECIALIST
7244 SCALE TECHNICIAN II
2104 SCIENTIFIC/ENGINEERING PROGRAMMER 0102 SECRETARY

  1. 0105  SECRETARY SPECIALIST

  2. 0106  SECRETARY SPECIALIST - F/C

8200 SECURITY GUARD
8206 SECURITY OFFICER
6391 SEMI-SKILLED LABORER
4459 SENIOR ACQUISITION REVIEW AGENT 8701 SENIOR ACTUARIAL ANALYST
4461 SENIOR APPRAISER
2710 SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST
4519 SENIOR ARCHITECT
1242 SENIOR BENEFITS ANALYST
1238 SENIOR BENEFITS TECHNICIAN
5755 SENIOR CARES ASSESSOR

Broadband Code

31-1013-02 29-2054-02 29-2054-03 29-2054-03 15-1199-03 13-2051-04 13-2081-03 13-2081-01 13-2081-01 13-2081-02 13-2011-02 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 21-1092-02 13-1199-04 13-1199-02 13-1199-04 13-1199-03 13-2053-03 13-1199-02 13-1111-03 29-9011-02 13-1041-02 49-2094-02 15-1131-03 43-6014-01 43-6014-01 43-6014-01 33-9032-01 33-9032-01 47-3019-01 13-1199-04 15-2011-04 13-2021-04 19-3091-02 17-1011-04 13-1141-04 13-1141-04 21-1099-03

Occupation CBU

PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 01 RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIANS 03 RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIANS 03 RESPIRATORY THERAPY TECHNICIANS 03 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 05 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 01 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 01 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 01 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 01 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 INSURANCE ANALYSTS/ADVISORS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 01 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY SPECIALISTS 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 01 SEC & ADMIN ASST, EXPT LEGAL, MED & EXEC 01 SEC & ADMIN ASST, EXPT LEGAL, MED & EXEC 01 SEC & ADMIN ASST, EXPT LEGAL, MED & EXEC 01

SECURITY GUARDS
SECURITY GUARDS
HELPERS, CONSTRUCTION TRADES, ALL OTHER 02 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 ACTUARIES 05 APPRAISERS AND ASSESSORS OF REAL ESTATE 05 ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND ARCHEOLOGISTS 05 ARCHITECTS, EXCEPT LANDSCAPE 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05

I II III IV V

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Class Class Title Code

5708 SENIOR CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT
5823 SENIOR CHAPLAIN - F/C
8373 SENIOR CHILD PROTECTIVE INVESTIGATOR 5955 SENIOR CHILD, YOUTH & FAMILIES COUNSELOR 3926 SENIOR CITRUS PROMOTIONS SPECIALIST

8052 SENIOR CLASSIFICATION OFFICER 0008 SENIOR CLERICAL SPECIALIST

0004 SENIOR CLERK
0006 SENIOR CLERK - F/C
4009 SENIOR CONSUMER SERVICE ANALYST
1667 SENIOR CONTRACT AUDITOR
0420 SENIOR CORPORATE DOCUMENT EXAMINER

  1. 8434  SENIOR CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST I - FDLE

  2. 8435  SENIOR CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYST II - FDLE

8464 SENIOR CRIME LABORATORY ANALYST
8448 SENIOR CRIMINAL JUSTICE INFORMATION TECH 2122 SENIOR DATA BASE ANALYST
4637 SENIOR DESIGN ENGINEERING ANALYST
3224 SENIOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH ASSOCIATE
4655 SENIOR ENGINEER TRAINEE
8351 SENIOR FINANCIAL INVESTIGATOR
5032 SENIOR FISH/WILDLIFE TECHNICIAN
8460 SENIOR FORENSIC TECHNOLOGIST
7616 SENIOR FORESTER
6033 SENIOR HEALTH EDUCATOR
4962 SENIOR HEALTH SERVICES ANALYST
6369 SENIOR HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR
9021 SENIOR HIGHWAY SAFETY SPECIALIST
5874 SENIOR HUMAN SERVICES PROG ANALYST
5913 SENIOR HUMAN SERVICES PROG ANALYST
5879 SENIOR HUMAN SERVICES PROGRAM SPECIALIST 2114 SENIOR INFO TECH BUSINESS CONSULTANT
8438 SENIOR INTELLIGENCE SECURITY OFFICER
8314 SENIOR INVESTIGATOR
1597 SENIOR INVESTMENT SPECIALIST-TREASURER 5966 SENIOR JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER
3127 SENIOR LEGAL ASSISTANT
5600 SENIOR LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE
5597 SENIOR LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE-F/C
6467 SENIOR MAINTENANCE MECHANIC
5108 SENIOR METROLOGIST

Broadband Code

31-1011-01 21-2011-02 21-1099-03 21-1092-03 19-3021-03 21-1092-03 43-9061-02 43-9061-02 43-9061-02 13-1041-02 13-2011-03 43-9199-02 33-3021-02 33-3021-03 19-4092-04 43-4199-02 15-1141-04 17-2199-04 13-1161-03 17-2199-03 13-2099-03 19-4021-02 19-4092-03 45-4011-02 21-1091-03 21-1099-04 53-3032-02 13-1041-03 21-1099-03 21-1099-02 21-1099-03 15-1199-04 33-3021-04 33-3021-02 13-2051-03 21-1092-03 23-2011-02 29-2061-03 29-2061-03 49-9042-02 19-2099-02

Occupation CBU

HOME HEALTH AIDES 03 CLERGY 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 01 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 OFFICE CLERKS, GENERAL 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 05 INFORMATION AND RECORD CLERKS, ALL OTHER 01 DATABASE ADMINISTRATORS 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 MARKET RESEARCH ANLYTS & MARKETING SPECS 05 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 BIOLOGICAL TECHNICIANS 02 FORENSIC SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 05 FOREST AND CONSERVATION WORKERS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 HEAVY AND TRACTOR-TRAILER TRUCK DRIVERS 02 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 COMPUTER OCCUPATIONS, ALL OTHER 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 DETECTIVES AND CRIMINAL INVESTIGATORS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 PARALEGALS AND LEGAL ASSISTANTS 05 LICENSED PRACTICAL & LICENSED VOC NURSES 03 LICENSED PRACTICAL & LICENSED VOC NURSES 03 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05

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Class Class Title Code

6367 SENIOR MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATOR
2775 SENIOR MUSEUM CURATOR
2762 SENIOR MUSEUM ED PROG SPECIALIST II
2748 SENIOR MUSEUM EDUCATION PROGRAM SPEC 2761 SENIOR MUSEUM REGISTRAR

2124 SENIOR NETWORK SYSTEMS ANALYST

6331 SENIOR OPERATING TECHNICIAN
1468 SENIOR PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTANT
6843 SENIOR PROGRAM ANALYST
4520 SENIOR PROJECTS ARCHITECT
6058 SENIOR PUBLIC ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST
6454 SENIOR REFRIGERATION MECHANIC
6027 SENIOR REHABILITATION SPECIALIST-BLIND
3230 SENIOR RESEARCH ECONOMIST
5066 SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST-FWC
6066 SENIOR RESIDENTIAL INSTRUCTOR
5742 SENIOR RESIDENTIAL UNIT SPECIALIST
1619 SENIOR REVENUE CONSULTANT
8125 SENIOR REVOCATION SPECIALIST
8724 SENIOR SAFETY & HEALTH SPECIALIST
8711 SENIOR SAFETY SPECIALIST
8889 SENIOR SANITATION AND SAFETY SPECIALIST
1705 SENIOR TAX SPECIALIST
5977 SENIOR VOCATIONAL REHAB COUNSELOR
2099 SENIOR WEB PAGE DESIGN SPECIALIST
0093 SENIOR WORD PROCESSING SYSTEMS OPERATOR 3313 
SENIOR WORKERS’ COMPENSATION EXAMINER6476 SIGN SHOP SPECIALIST
6474 SIGN/UPHOLSTERER TECHNICIAN
6571 SINGLE-ENGINE RECIPROCAL AIRCRAFT PILOT 5953 SOCIAL SERVICES COUNSELOR
5960 SOCIAL SERVICES COUNSELOR-F/C
5943 SOCIAL WORK SERVICES PROGRAM CONSULTANT 3395 SPECIAL DEPUTY
9095 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER
1452 SR STATE AUTOMATE MGT ACCT SYSTM ANALYST 0120 STAFF ASSISTANT
1332 STAFF DEVELOPMENT TRAINING CONSULTANT 5988 STAFF INTERPRETER/TRANSLATOR
1450 STATE AUTOMATE MGMNT ACCOUNT SYS ANALYST 5983 STATE VOCATION REHAB COUNSEL/ANALYST

Broadband Code

53-3099-01 25-4012-03 25-3099-03 25-3099-02 25-4013-03 15-1142-04

49-9098-01 13-2011-03 13-1199-04 17-1011-04 21-1099-02 49-9021-03 21-1015-03 19-3011-04 19-1023-04 21-1091-02 31-1013-03 13-2099-04 21-1092-03 13-1199-03 29-9011-03 13-1041-03 13-2081-03 21-1015-03 15-1134-02 43-9022-02 13-1031-02 51-2099-02 51-6093-01 53-2011-03 21-1019-03 21-1019-03 21-1099-03 23-1021-02 25-2043-03 13-2011-04 43-6011-02 13-1151-03 21-1099-02 13-2011-03 21-1015-03

Occupation CBU

MOTOR VEHICLE OPERATORS, ALL OTHER 02 CURATORS 05 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 MUSEUM TECHNICIANS AND CONSERVATORS 05

NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 05 ADMINISTRATOR
HELPERS/INSTALL/MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WKR 02

ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 ARCHITECTS, EXCEPT LANDSCAPE 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 HEATING/AIR COND/REFRIG MECHANC/INSTALER 02 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 ECONOMISTS 05 FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE BIOLOGISTS 05 HEALTH EDUCATORS 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 01 FINANCIAL SPECIALISTS, ALL OTHER 05 PROBATION OFFICER & CORR TREATMENT SPEC 05 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 05 OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY SPECIALISTS 05 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 05 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 05 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 WEB DEVELOPERS 01 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 01 ASSEMBLERS AND FABRICATORS, ALL OTHER 02 UPHOLSTERERS 02 AIRLINE PILOT, COPILOT & FLIGHT NAVIGATR 02 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COUNSELORS, ALL OTHER 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 05 ADMINISTRAT LAW JUDGE/ADJUD/HEAR OFFICER 05 SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER, SECONDARY SCH 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 EXEC SECRETARIES & EXEC ADMIN ASSISTANTS 01 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 03 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05

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Class Class Title Code

2609 STATE WARNING POINT COMMUNICATIONS OPER 3103 STATISTICAL AIDE I
3106 STATISTICAL AIDE II
3109 STATISTICIAN I

3112 STATISTICIAN II
3115 STATISTICIAN III
6450 STEAMFITTER
5627 STERILE SUPPLY TECHNICIAN II 0918 STOREKEEPER I

  1. 0921  STOREKEEPER II

  2. 0922  STOREKEEPER II – F/C

  1. 0927  STORES ANALYST

  2. 0928  STORES CONSULTANT

  3. 0929  STORES CONSULTANT – F/C

0820 SUPPLY DATA CONTROL SPECIALIST 6203 SUPPORT SERVICE AIDE
6202 SUPPORT SERVICE AIDE-F/C
0912 SURPLUS PROPERTY STOREKEEPER 8212 SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM OPERATOR 4666 SURVEY AND MAPPING SPECIALIST 4664 SURVEY AND MAPPING TECHNICIAN

  1. 0254  SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR I

  2. 0255  SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR II

2111 SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER I

2113 SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER II

2115 SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER III
2117 SYSTEMS PROGRAMMING CONSULTANT 2107 SYSTEMS PROJECT ANALYST
2109 SYSTEM PROJECT CONSULTANT
1503 TAX AUDITOR I
1506 TAX AUDITOR II

  1. 1509  TAX AUDITOR III

  2. 1510  TAX AUDITOR IV

  3. 1511  TAX AUDITOR V

1709 TAX LAW SPECIALIST

  1. 1703  TAX SPECIALIST I

  2. 1704  TAX SPECIALIST II

4142 TEACHER AIDE
4133 TEACHER AIDE - F/C

Broadband Code

33-9099-01 15-2041-01 15-2041-01 15-2041-01 15-2041-02 15-2041-02 47-2152-02 29-2055-01 43-9199-01 43-9199-01 43-9199-01 13-1081-01 13-1081-02 13-1081-02 13-1081-02 39-9099-01 39-9099-01 43-9199-01 33-9032-01 17-1022-03 17-3031-02 43-2011-01

43-2011-01 15-1142-02 15-1142-03

15-1142-04 15-1131-04 15-1121-03 15-1121-04 13-2011-02 13-2011-02 13-2011-03 13-2011-03 13-2100-03 13-2051-04 13-2081-03 13-2081-03 25-9041-01 25-9041-01

Occupation CBU

PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS – NON SWORN 01 STATISTICIANS 01 STATISTICIANS 01 STATISTICIANS 05 STATISTICIANS 05 STATISTICIANS 05 PLUMBERS, PIPEFITTERS AND STEAMFITTERS 02 SURGICAL TECHNOLOGISTS 03 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 LOGISTICIANS 01 LOGISTICIANS 01 LOGISTICIANS 01 LOGISTICIANS 05 PERSONAL CARE & SERVIC WORKER, ALL OTHER 03 PERSONAL CARE & SERVIC WORKER, ALL OTHER 03 OFFICE & ADMIN SUPPORT WORKER, ALL OTHER 01 SECURITY GUARDS 02 SURVEYORS 05 SURVEYING AND MAPPING TECHNICIANS 02

SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR/INCLUDE ANSWER 01 SERV
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR/INCLUDE ANSWER 01 SERV

NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 05 ADMINISTRATORS
NETWORK & COMPUTER SYSTEMS 05 ADMINISTRATORS

NETWORK COMPUTER SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATORS 05 COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS 05 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYSTS 05 COMPUTER SYSTEMS ANALYSTS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS 05 FINANCIAL ANALYSTS 05 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 05 TAX EXAMINER, COLLECTOR & REVENUE AGENT 05 TEACHER ASSISTANTS 03 TEACHER ASSISTANTS 03

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Class Class Title Code

2039 TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONSULTANT 2031 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST I

  1. 2034  TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST II

  2. 2035  TELECOMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST III

6582 TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS CONSULTANT

  1. 5556  THERAPY AIDE I

  2. 5557  THERAPY AIDE II

0330 TOLL COLLECTOR
7247 TOLL EQUIPMENT TECHNICIAN
5050 TOXICOLOGIST I
6004 TRAINING AND RESEARCH CONSULTANT
1330 TRAINING CONSULTANT
1322 TRAINING SPECIALIST I
1324 TRAINING SPECIALIST II
5989 TRANSLATOR
6336 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR I
6339 TREATMENT PLANT OPERATOR II
6573 TURBOPROP AIRCRAFT PILOT
8851 TURNPIKE SERVICES INSPECTOR
3370 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION EXAMINER I 3372 UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION EXAMINER II 5791 UNIT TREATMENT & REHAB SPECIALIST-F/C 5776 UNIT TRTMNT & REHAB SPECIALIST
6333 UTILITIES MECHANIC
4678 UTILITIES SYSTEM/ENGINEERING SPECIALIST 6209 VENDING FACILITY SPECIALIST
9109 VETERANS' CLAIMS EXAMINER II
7424 VETERINARIAN I
7427 VETERINARIAN II
8159 VICTIM COMPENSATION CLAIMS ANALYST
8158 VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM SPECIALIST
1320 VOCATIONAL FOOD SERVICE COORDINATOR

1310 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR I
1309 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR I 
– F/C
1311 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR II
1313 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR II - F/C
1312 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III
1315 VOCATIONAL INSTRUCTOR III - F/C
5982 VOCATIONAL REHAB SENIOR CONSULTANT

Broadband Code

15-1142-03

15-1142-01

15-1142-01

15-1081-02

15-1081-03

31-9099-01 31-9099-01 41-2011-01 49-2094-02 19-1099-02 13-1151-04 13-1151-03 13-1151-01 13-1151-02 21-1099-03 51-8031-01 51-8031-01 53-2011-04 13-1199-01 13-1072-01 13-1072-02 31-1013-01 31-1013-01 49-9042-01 17-2199-04 41-2011-02 13-1031-04 29-1131-05 29-1131-05 13-1031-02 13-1111-03 25-1194-01

25-1194-01 25-1194-01 25-1194-01 25-1194-01 25-1194-02 25-1194-02 21-1015-04

Occupation

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CBU

SYSTEMS 05 SYSTEMS 01 SYSTEMS 05 SYSTEMS 05 SYSTEMS 05

ALL OTHER 03 ALL OTHER 03 02 ELECTRIC/ELECTRON REPR/COMR INDUST EQUIP 02 LIFE SCIENTISTS, ALL OTHER 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT SPECIALISTS 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 03 WATER & LIQ WASTE TREAT PLANT & SYS OPR 02 WATER & LIQ WASTE TREAT PLANT & SYS OPR 02 AIRLINE PILOT, COPILOT & FLIGHT NAVIGATR 02 BUSINESS OPERATION SPECIALIST, ALL OTHER 01 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 01 COMP, BENEFIT & JOB ANALYSIS SPEC 05 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 PSYCHIATRIC AIDES 03 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WORKERS, GENERAL 02 ENGINEERING, ALL OTHER 05 CASHIERS 01 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 01 VETERINARIANS 05 VETERINARIANS 05 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 MANAGEMENT ANALYSTS 05

NETWORK & ADMINISTRATORS
NETWORK & ADMINISTRATORS
NETWORK & ADMINISTRATORS
NETWORK & ADMINISTRATORS
NETWORK & ADMINISTRATORS
HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKERS,

HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKERS, CASHIERS

VOCATIONAL SECONDARY VOCATIONAL

EDUCATION TEACHER, POST 03

EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03 EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03 EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03 EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03 EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03 EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 03

COMPUTER COMPUTER COMPUTER COMPUTER COMPUTER

VOCATIONAL
VOCATIONAL
VOCATIONAL
VOCATIONAL
VOCATIONAL
REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05

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Class Class Title Code

5980 VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION CONSULTANT 5978 VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION COUNSELOR

5975 VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION TECHNICIAN 8085 VOCATIONAL TEACHER-EJT
6000 VOLUNTEER SERVICES CENTER SPECIALIST 5997 VOLUNTEER SERVICES SPECIALIST

2098 WEB PAGE DESIGN SPECIALIST 8806 WEIGHT INSPECTOR I
8815 WEIGHT INSPECTOR II
6456 WELDER

5567 WELLNESS EDUCATION SPECIALIST IF/C

  1. 0090  WORD PROCESSING SYSTEMS OPERATOR

  2. 0091  WORD PROCESSING SYSTEMS OPERATOR-F/C

3321 WORKERS' COMPENSAT DISABILITY SPECIALIST 3312 WORKERS' COMPENSATION EXAMINER
3319 WORKERS' COMPENSATION INVESTIGATOR 3322 WORKERS' COMPENSATION SPECIALIST

Broadband Code

21-1015-03 21-1015-03

21-1099-02 25-1194-02 21-1099-02 21-1099-01

15-1134-01 13-1041-01 13-1041-02 51-4121-02 25-3099-02 43-9022-01 43-9022-01 13-1031-03 13-1031-01 13-1031-03 13-1031-04

Occupation CBU

REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05 REHABILITATION COUNSELORS 05

COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 03 VOCATIONAL EDUCAT TEACHER, POSTSECONDARY 05 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 01 COMMUNITY/SOCIAL SERVICE SPEC/ALL OTHER 03

WEB DEVELOPER 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 COMPLIANCE OFFICERS 01 WELDERS, CUTTERS, SOLDERERS AND BRAZIERS 02 TEACHERS AND INSTRUCTORS, ALL OTHER 05 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01 WORD PROCESSORS AND TYPISTS 01 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 01 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 05 CLAIMS ADJUSTER, EXAMINER & INVESTIGATOR 01

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Appendix B

AFSCME Local: _______STEP: ________________

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OFFICIAL GRIEVANCE FORM

Employee’s Name:____________________________________ Class Title:_________________________Immediate Supervisor:________________________________ Title:______________________________Agency / Department: _____________________________________________________________________ Work Location: ___________________________________________________________________________

STATEMENT OF GRIEVANCE:____________________________________________________________

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

ARTICLES VIOLATED: __________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

RELIEF REQUESTED:____________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________

I authorize AFSCME as my representative to act for me in the disposition of this grievance.
Signature of Employee: ______________________________________ Date:_________________________ Signature of Representative: __________________________________ Title:_________________________ Telephone Number:_________________________________ Date Submitted: ________________________

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FOR GROUP GRIEVANCES ONLY – The Grievance Representative named below has been designated to act as spokesperson and be responsible for processing the above grievance. The employees included in the group for which this grievance is filed are identified as follows (identify the group by reference to the employees’ job classification(s), work units(s), and any other relevantidentifying information:_____________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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THIS STATEMENT OF GRIEVANCE IS TO BE COMPLETED IN TRIPLICATE. ALL THREE COPIES MUST BE SIGNED BY THE EMPLOYEE AND/OR THE AFSCME REPRESENTATIVE HANDLING THE CASE.

Original to: _____________________________________ Copy to: _______________________________________Copy to: Local Union Grievance File

NOTE: ONE COPY OF THIS GRIEVANCE AND ITS DISPOSITION TO BE KEPT IN GRIEVANCE FILE OF LOCAL UNION.

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APPENDIX C

REQUEST FOR ARBITRATIONAFSCME FLORIDA COUNCIL 79

HUMAN SERVICES, PROFESSIONAL, OPERATIONAL SERVICES, AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND CLERICAL BARGAINING UNITS

AFSCME Florida Council 79 [“AFSCME”], representing employees in the Human Services, Professional, OperationalServices, and Administrative and Clerical bargaining units, hereby gives notice of its intent to proceed to arbitration with the following grievance:

GRIEVANT’S NAME: ____________________________________________________________________________

Attached is a copy of the grievance as it was submitted at Step(s) 1 and/or 2 of the grievance procedure (for disciplinary grievances), and at Step 3 (for contract language disputes), and a copy of the written decision(s) rendered in response to the grievance.

I hereby authorize AFSCME to proceed to arbitration with my grievance. I also authorize AFSCME to use, and to provide to the Arbitrator during the arbitration proceedings, copies of any materials relevant to the issues raised in this grievance although such materials may otherwise be exempt or confidential under state or federal public records law.

Representative’s Name: ____________________________ Phone: _________________________________________Grievant’s Signature: ____________________________

Email address: ________________________________ Fax: ________________________________________Representative’s Signature: ______________________

FOR GROUP GRIEVANCES ONLY – The AFSCME Representative named above has been designated to act as spokesperson and be responsible for processing the above grievance to arbitration. The employees included in the group for which this grievance is filed are identified as follows (identify the group by reference to theemployees’ job classification(s), work unit(s), and any other relevant identifying information):__________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________

Date Submitted to Arbitration Coordinator, Department of Management Services: _______________________________

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