Department of Administrative Services - Vacancies and Appointments - Appropriateness of duties.

Published: 1976-01-09

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No person shall be appointed or employed under any title not appropriate to the duties to be performed, and no person shall be assigned to perform duties other than those properly belonging to the position to which he has been legally appointed, except as may be required because of temporary characteristics of the work situation. The assignment of duties is the responsibility of the appointing authority. It is also his responsibility to see that accurate descriptions of the duties performed are reported to the Director so that proper classification of the positions may be maintained. No employee shall be appointed or assigned to any classification title or level which is either higher or lower than that classification to which the position is assigned except as provided in Section 124.181 (J) of the Revised Code and 123:1-37-07 of these rules.

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