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11.02.02.00.htm 11.02.02.00. Title 11 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Subtitle 02 TRANSPORTATION SERVICE HUMAN RESOURCES SYSTEM Chapter 02 Hiring, Appointment, Promotion, and Resignation Authority: State Personnel and Pensions Article, §2-106; Transportation Article, §2-102, 2-103.4, and 7-201; Annotated Code of Maryland
11.02.02.01.htm 11.02.02.01. 01 Employee Categories.. A. The Transportation Service may employ the categories of employees set forth in §B―G of this regulation.B. Career Service Employees. Career service is intended to facilitate a career commitment. Employees appointed as Career Service employees shall be hired from a competitive list of eligibles. Upon satisfactory completion of a required probation period, employees may only be terminated for cause.C. Executive Service Employees. Employees appointe
11.02.02.02.htm 11.02.02.02. 02 Career Service Examinations and Selections.. A. Except as provided under §O of this regulation, Career Service positions shall be filled competitively.B. Examination methods shall be job related, and may only assess the applicant's job-related skills, knowledge, abilities, education, and experience. Examinations may be specific to a particular position, a class, or a classification series.C. A written selection plan shall be established which sets forth the steps
11.02.02.03.htm 11.02.02.03. 03 Career Service Promotion.. A. The Transportation Service shall provide notice to current employees of promotional job recruiting opportunities through the posting of job vacancy notices and test schedules on bulletin boards and through other appropriate recruiting methods.B. Transportation Service promotional practices shall be in accordance with applicable federal and State equal opportunity laws and regulations.C. An appointing authority may limit the selection
11.02.02.04.htm 11.02.02.04. 04 Resignation.. A. Notice. An employee may resign a position by providing at least 2 weeks notice, or a lesser time period if acceptable, to the appointing authority. Failure to provide an acceptable notice period may be grounds for issuing a notice of disqualification for future employment.B. Automatic Resignation. An employee who does not report to work or provide notice to the supervisor of the reason for an absence from work for 5 consecutive workdays is cons
11.02.02.05.htm 11.02.02.05. 05 Probation.. A. Career Service employees initially hired into the Transportation Service shall serve a 6-month probation period, unless another period is specified before recruitment for the position. A supervisor, with the concurrence of the appointing authority or the appointing authority's designee, may extend the probation period for an additional period not to exceed the length of the original probation period, or may shorten the probation period.B. A Career Service emplo
11.02.02.06.htm 11.02.02.06. 06 Service Credits.. A. An employee of the Department who converts into the Transportation Service shall retain credit for years of service credited by the Department to the employee at the time of conversion.B. State employees who are hired into the Transportation Service shall receive credit for years of State service.C. Contractual and temporary employees who are hired into a Transportation Service position shall receive service and leave earning rate credit for th
11.02.02.07.htm 11.02.02.07. 07 Voluntary Demotion.. An employee may request a voluntary demotion without prejudice, which may be granted at the discretion of the appointing authority or the appointing authority's designee.
11.02.02.08.htm 11.02.02.08. 08 Background Investigation.. A. The appointing authority or the appointing authority's designee shall make a determination regarding the necessity of investigating the background of n eligible individual for purposes of verification of suitability for employment. When appropriate and job-related, areas of investigation may include, but are not limited to, employment history, academic credentials, military records, criminal conviction records, and perB. In conducting the back
11.02.02.09.htm 11.02.02.09. 09 Denial of Promotional Opportunity While on Sick or Maternity Leave.. A. Applicability. This regulation applies to all Transportation Service employees except contractual employees.B. An employee may not be denied the opportunity to seek, qualify for, or receive any promotion solely because the employee is on leave for maternity reasons or on leave due to illness or injury, if the employee is expected to return to work 60 days after receiving a request to call for an interview
11.02.02.9999.htm 11.02.02.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 18, 1993 (20:1 Md. R. 27). Regulation .02 amended effective August 30, 1993 (20:17 Md. R. 1346) September 12, 1994 (21:18 Md. R. 1509)Regulation .02O amended effective March 15, 2004 (31:5 Md. R. 450). Regulation .03D amended and .03E and F adopted effective August 30, 1993 (20:17 Md. R. 1346). Regulation .03E amended effective December 22, 2003 (30:25 Md. R. 1848). Regulation .05J amended effective March 9, 2009 (36:5 Md. R. 423).
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