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PART 2 RULES OF THE DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES
EXEMPTIONS FROM CIVIL SERVICE
§5-1 General provisions
§5-2 Authority to exempt
Historical Note: Chapter 5 of part 2 is based substantially on chapter 5 of part 1 of the rules of the civil service commission.
§5-1 General provisions.
(a) This chapter applies to those positions, and persons in those positions, and persons providing personal services which are by law excepted from all or part of the provisions of the civil service law.
(b) All positions and persons exempted from civil service are excluded from the requirements of selection by merit competition and from civil service status but should be fully qualified by experience and ability to perform the duties of the position or personal services.
(c) Except as provided by law, inclusion under the City classification systems may not be applicable.
(d) At the time of their application for employment and as a condition of eligibility for continued employment, persons shall be citizens, nationals or permanent resident aliens of the United States, or deemed eligible for employment under Federal law, and residents or former residents of the State with the exceptions as provided by section 78-1, HRS. [Eff Jul 01 2002] (Auth: HRS §§76-17), 78-1) (Imp: HRS §§76-13,76-16, 78-1, RCH §§4-104.4, 6-1103, 6-1104)
§5-2 Authority to exempt.
(a) The director shall exempt positions, persons or personal services in accordance with law upon finding that the conditions and requirements of law are met.
(b) The director may establish standards and procedures for the exemption of positions.
(c) The director may revoke a previously authorized exemption when the particular position or services no longer meet the criteria or conditions for exemption. [Eff Jul 01 2002] (Auth: HRS §76-17) (Imp: HRS §76-16, RCH §§6-1103, 6-1104)
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