Connecticut Laws - Title 5 State Employees
CHAPTER 67* STATE PERSONNEL ACT
Sec. 5-206. Position classifications.

Sec. 5-206. Position classifications. (682)(1-click HTML)

(a) Position classifications established by the Commissioner of Administrative Services shall be listed in the appropriate records and publications of the Department of Administrative Services in accordance with the following descriptive items: (1) The title and code given to the class; (2) the pay grade for the class; (3) a statement of the duties and responsibilities exercised by those employees holding positions allocated to the class, illustrated, when practicable, by examples of typical tasks; and (4) the minimum desirable qualifications required by an incumbent for the satisfactory performance of such duties and the satisfactory discharge of such responsibilities. (683)

(b) In establishing new position classifications, the Commissioner of Administrative Services shall make a study of the schedules of compensation established for positions similar as to duties, responsibilities and qualifications in the state service, of the rates of compensation paid for similar services elsewhere and of any other pertinent information and data. (684)

(c) The Commissioner of Administrative Services periodically shall review the work performed by employees in the classified service and shall issue such orders as are necessary to have such employees assigned to work in accordance with the classifications of their positions or to have their classifications changed to comply with their work, provided any employee, whose classification, status or compensation is affected, shall be given reasonable opportunity to be heard prior to the issuance of any such order. (685)

(d) In no event shall the personnel classification of "auditor" be used in reference to personnel of any agency other than the Auditors of Public Accounts or the term "auditor's report" be used in reference to the reports of such personnel except that employees performing auditing functions for agencies other than the Auditors of Public Accounts may be so designated if the personnel classifications to which they are assigned are clearly distinguished from those of the Auditors of Public Accounts. (686)

  

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