Report of the Civil Service Commission of the State of New York, Volumen1
The Commission, 1916
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00 per day agent Albany April 15 April 20 Arthur Assistant engineer assistant physician Auburn Brooklyn Buffalo bureau Charles Chief City civil service clerk Clinton Commissioner Compensation COMPETITIVE CLASS continued Court Date of entrance Department Deputy district attorney division East Edward Elmira entrance into civil entrance into present Examiner EXEMPT CLASS Falls Fireman Frank Frederick George Guard Guard Harry Henry Highway inspector Hospital hour Hudson Industry Inspector of masonry Island James John John H Joseph July 16 June June 16 June 21 Junior assistant Justice Keeper Leveler Louis Madison Ave Mary Morris North Nurse officer operator Ossining Park Patrolman present position Public Residence Robert Rochester Rodman Samuel School Second Secretary Sept SERVICE COMMISSION Sheriff Smith South Stenographer Superintendent Supervisor Syracuse Teacher Thomas Troy Typewriter copyist UNCLASSIFIED SERVICE Utica Vacancy Walter West White York
Página 44 - Whenever there are urgent reasons for filling a vacancy in any position in the competitive class and there is no list of persons eligible for appointment after competitive examination...
Página 9 - Appointments and promotions in the civil service of the State, and of all the civil divisions thereof, including cities and villages, shall be made according to merit and fitness to be ARTICLE V — Continued. ascertained, so far as practicable, by examinations, which, so far as practicable, shall be competitive...
Página 18 - In case of a vacancy in a position in the competitive class where peculiar and exceptional qualifications of a scientific, professional or educational character are required, and upon satisfactory evidence that for specified reasons competition in such special case is impracticable and that the position can be best filled by the selection of some designated person of high and recognized attainments in such qualities, the...
Página 10 - I believe that many of the evils and much of the vast waste of the State's funds and the mal-administration of its affairs may be traced directly to the gross disregard of this basic law of the State in the management of its vast business. Indeed, careful inspection of the State's pay-rolls, and examination of the qualifications possessed by great numbers of the State's employees almost inevitably force a fair-minded man to the conclusion that for years the result of the administration by those charged...
Página 10 - State's employees almost inevitably force a fair-minded man to the cuiiclusion that for years the result of the administration by those charged by law with the duty of enforcing this provision of the Constitution, as embodied in the Civil Service Laws of the State, has been to defeat rather than to accomplish the purpose of the law." And in your address before the Lotos Club in New York City, January 30, 1915, in referring to possibilities for improvement in governmental affairs, you declared : "...
Página 29 - Utica, Watertown. In addition the Commission has held several conferences with the Municipal Civil Service Commission of the City of New York. The importance of a more frequent review of the proceedings of municipal civil service commissions is apparent. While the civil service commissions of the larger cities are able in most instances to properly administer the law without help or suggestion from the State Commission, we find that in the smaller cities there is a tendency on the part of the city...
Página 10 - ... enforced Civil Service Law, be in a position to fill practically all subordinate offices with men who are competent to carry out the will of the people and to render a real and efficient service. One cause of evil, in my opinion, has been the total disregard of the basic law of the State requiring appointments to office after competitive examination. * * * I am going to try, with the aid of a Commission which I expect to appoint on the 1st of February, to make a start in the right direction ;...
Página 10 - ... words of a distinguished reformer, to pander to the better element, but I am going to try, with the aid of a commission, which I expect to appoint on the first of February, a commission composed of the men I believe to be the best qualified in this State to take hold of this civil service situation, to make a start in the right direction; for I believe it is to-day the most vitally important undertaking in which the EXecutive can be engaged.
Página 25 - ... in all but one of which it has so far been successful. In that one, and in one other of the litigations, in both of which appeals are now pending, an effort is being made to test the scope and effect of the decision rendered by the Court of Appeals in the Matter of Flaherty v. Milliken, 193 NY 564, which held that certain subordinates of sheriffs, who were engaged in the execution of civil processes.
Página 9 - ... tions, which, so far as practicable, shall be competitive." The Civil Service Law provides specifically for the classification of the civil service of the State and the civil service of the various cities of the State, but provides only in general terms that the State Civil Service Commission may from time to time extend the classification to the other civil...