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Jurisdictional Class Codes
Competitive Jurisdictional Class (Competitive Class) - The Jurisdictional Class under the Classified Civil Service (Classified Service) composed of positions for which it is practicable to determine the merit and fitness of applicants by competitive examination.
Non-competitive Jurisdictional Class (Non-Competitive Class) - The Jurisdictional Class under the Classified Civil Service (Classified Service) designating positions not in the Exempt or Labor Classes and for which it is found by the Civil Service Commission to be not practicable to ascertain the merit and fitness of applicants by competitive examination.
Exempt Jurisdictional Class (Exempt Class) - The Jurisdictional Class under the Classified Civil Service (Classified Service) of positions deemed impracticable to fill by tests of any kind. No minimum training and experience requirements are established for exempt positions.
Labor Jurisdictional Class (Labor Class) - The Jurisdictional Class under the Classified Civil Service (Classified Service) designated for positions for which competitive tests are impracticable because of the unskilled nature of the duties. Minimum qualifications for Labor Class positions other than the physical ability to perform the duties of the position are generally not established.
Unclassified Civil Service (Unclassified Service) - Positions specified under Section 35 of the Civil Service Law. Examples are: elected officials, appointees of the Governor or Legislature (including heads of Departments and legislative employees), and employees in professional positions in certain colleges whose principal functions are teaching or supervision of teaching in a public school, academy or college, or in the State University.