Personnel Rules and Regulations of the City of New York

RULE XI - CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION OF CAREER AND SALARY PLAN POSITIONS

SECTION I--SALARY GRADES

11.1.1. Career and Salary Plan.

The salary grade for positions which are now or may hereafter be made subject to the career and salary plan hereinafter provided, is as follows:

Salary Grade Salary Grade Minimum Salary Grade Maximum

32 13,100 Unlimited

SECTION II--CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS

11.2.1. Commissioner of Citywide Administrative Services.

The commissioner of citywide administrative services shall, in the manner provided by law, duly classify and reclassify positions which are now or which may hereafter be made subject to the classification and compensation plan.

SECTION III--IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CAREER AND SALARY PLAN

11.3.1. Functions and Procedures.

In order to implement the career and salary plan, each position or class of positions subject thereto shall be classified under a standard title and allocated to an appropriate salary grade as soon as practicable following the adoption of this rule, and, upon such position classification and salary grade allocation, the commissioner of citywide administrative services shall establish schedules of equivalent titles indicating in each case the former title of each position and the standard title and salary grade to which such position is classified and allocated. Such original position classifications and salary grade allocations shall be made, in the case of each position or class of positions, on the basis of the duties, responsibilities and examination qualifications naturally and properly pertaining to the present title of such position or class of positions, without regard to out-of-title work performed by any incumbent thereof. Thereafter, the reclassification and salary grade reallocation of positions shall be made on the basis of the actual duties and responsibilities thereof and the examination requirements based on such duties and responsibilities as determined by the department of citywide administrative services.

SECTION IV--EFFECTIVE DATE OF POSITION CLASSIFICATION AND POSITION RECLASSIFICATION

11.4.1. Prior to July 1, 1955. Any position classification or position reclassification made hereunder prior to July 1, 1955 shall become effective as of July 1, 1954.

SECTION V--CREATION OF NEW POSITIONS

11.5.1. Requirements.

A new position or class of positions shall be established hereunder only under the title and salary grade determined therefor in accordance with this rule, the provisions of the New York City charter and the provisions of the resolution of the board of estimate adopted July 9, 1954, calendar no. 1, establishing the pay plan not inconsistent with such charter.

SECTION VI--RIGHTS AND STATUS OF NEW INCUMBENTS AND ELIGIBLES ON LISTS

11.6.1. Existing Rights and Status.

The rights and status of the permanent incumbent of any position subject to the career and salary plan, including rights and status of employees provided for under the provisions of previous resolutions of classification or reclassification, shall not be adversely affected or impaired by the provisions of this rule or any position classification, position reclassification, salary grade allocation, or salary grade reallocation adopted in accordance therewith.

Any permanent employee entitled to an unlimited salary grade prior to the classification or reclassification of such employee's position pursuant to the provisions of this rule shall continue to have such right and shall not be subject to a maximum salary, notwithstanding the fact that the position held by such employee may be classified or allocated to a salary grade having a maximum.

11.6.2. Eligible List Status.

The status of any person whose name appears upon an eligible list in existence on July first, nineteen hundred and fifty-four, or whose name appears on an eligible list established as a result of an examination in process on such date, shall not be adversely affected or impaired by the provisions of this rule or any position classification, position reclassification, salary grade allocation, or salary grade reallocation adopted in accordance therewith.

SECTION VII--RATES OF COMPENSATION OF POSITIONS NOT COMPENSABLE ON AN ANNUAL BASIS

11.7.1. Commissioner of Citywide Administrative Services; Procedures.

In order to effectuate the allocation or reallocation of positions paid at other than a per annum rate, the commissioner of citywide administrative services shall duly establish, in the manner provided by law, formulae for the purpose of computing the salaries of such positions on a per annum basis.

SECTION VIII--REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES

11.8.1. Commissioner of Citywide Administrative Services.

The commissioner of citywide administrative services may prescribe such regulations and procedures as the commissioner of citywide administrative services may deem necessary or advisable to carry out the provisions of this rule.

SECTION IX--APPLICABILITY

11.9.1. Applicability and Effect of Rule XI.

The provisions of this rule shall be applicable only to positions covered by the career and salary plan and shall supersede any provisions of other rules and regulations of the commissioner of citywide administrative services inconsistent therewith.

SECTION X--POSITIONS IN THE NON-COMPETITIVE CLASS

11.10.1. Number of Positions.

Unless a different or unlimited number is specifically prescribed hereafter, only one appointment may be made to or under the title of any offices or positions in the non-competitive class listed under this rule.

11.10.2. Classification and Compensation Schedule N.

(a) The titles, part numbers, number of positions authorized, and limitations on tenure, if any, for each title in the non-competitive class subject to this rule are set forth in the "classification and compensation schedules of the classified service," schedule N, under their respective agencies, under the caption "positions subject to rule XI".

(b) The salary grades or maximum salaries appearing in this schedule are not part of this rule, but are part of the classification of the classified service of the City of New York.

SECTION XI--POSITIONS IN THE LABOR CLASS

11.11.1. Classification and Compensation Schedule L-11.

(a) The titles and salary grades or grades of positions in the labor class subject to this rule shall not be deemed to form part of these rules. The titles and positions subject to this rule are set forth in the "classification and compensation schedules of the classified service," schedule L-11.

(b) The salary grades appearing in this schedule are not part of this rule, but are part of the classification of the classified service of the City of New York.

SECTION XII--POSITIONS IN THE COMPETITIVE CLASS

11.12.1. Classification and Compensation Schedule C-11.

(a) The occupational groups, titles, and salary grades or grades of positions in the competitive class subject to this rule shall not be deemed to form part of these rules. The titles and positions subject to this rule are set forth in the "classification and compensation schedules of the classified service," schedule C-11.

(b) No part of this schedule is part of this rule. The schedule is, however, part of the classification of the classified service of the City of New York.

RULE I - DEFINITIONS
RULE II - APPLICABILITY AND ADMINISTRATION
RULE III - JURISDICTIONAL CLASSIFICATION
RULE IV - EXAMINATION PROCEDURES, VETERANS PREFERENCE, ELIGIBLE LIST AND CERTIFICATIONS
RULE V - APPOINTMENTS AND PROMOTIONS
RULE VI - PERSONNEL CHANGES
RULE VII - GENERAL PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION
RULE VIII - APPEALS
RULE IX - AUDITS AND INVESTIGATION
RULE X - CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS NOT INCLUDED IN THE CAREER AND SALARY PLAN OR IN THE NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY CLASSIFICATION PLAN
RULE XI - CLASSIFICATION AND COMPENSATION OF CAREER AND SALARY PLAN POSITIONS
RULE XII - CLASSIFICATION OF POSITIONS IN THE NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY CLASSIFIED PURSUANT TO AND SUBJECT TO RULE XI PRIOR TO JULY 1, 1958.