101 KAR 2:076. Vacancies, detail to special duty and temporary overlap

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/101/002/076.htm
Published: 2015

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      101 KAR 2:076. Vacancies, detail to special duty and temporary

overlap.

 

      RELATES TO: KRS

18A.005, 18A.110(1)(g), (7), 18A.115, 18A.120

      STATUTORY

AUTHORITY: KRS 18A.030(2), 18A.110(1)(g), (7)

      NECESSITY,

FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 18A.110(1)(g) and (7) requires the Secretary of

Personnel to promulgate administrative regulations to govern the types of

appointments as necessary to implement KRS Chapter 18A. This administrative regulation

establishes the requirements for filling a vacancy, for detail to special duty,

and for temporary overlap.

 

      Section 1. Filling

of Vacancies. A vacancy in the classified service, which is not filled by

promotion, transfer, or demotion, shall be filled by probationary appointment,

reemployment of a career or laid-off employee, reversion, or reinstatement.

 

      Section 2. Detail

to Special Duty. (1) With prior approval of the secretary, if the services of

an employee with status are needed in a position within an agency other than

the position to which the employee is regularly assigned, the employee may be

detailed to that position. If detailed to that position, the period shall not

exceed one (1) year.

      (2) For detail to

special duty, the secretary may waive the minimum requirements if requested and

justified by the appointing authority in writing.

      (3) Upon approval

by the secretary, the appointing authority shall notify the employee, in

writing, of:

      (a) The detail to

special duty;

      (b) The reasons

for the action; and

      (c) The employee's

retention of status in the position from which he was detailed to special duty.

 

      Section 3.

Temporary Overlap. For training purposes or if it is in the best interests of

the service, with the approval of the secretary, an agency may place an

employee in a position currently occupied by another employee. If an employee

is so placed, the period shall not exceed ninety (90) calendar days. (18 Ky.R.

3555; eff. 8-1-92; Am. 26 Ky.R. 96; 566; eff. 8-25-99; 39 Ky.R. 2361; 40 Ky.R.

259; eff. 9-6-2013.)