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Credential Review. Presented by The Michigan Department of Civil Service. Bureau of Human Resource Services. Visit our website at www.michigan.gov/mdcs. Key Objectives. How to Read/Interpret Documents Which Classes are Preauthorized to Agencies How to Determine Applicant Qualifications

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Credential review

Credential Review

Presented by

The Michigan Department of Civil Service

Bureau of Human Resource Services

Visit our website at www.michigan.gov/mdcs

May 1, 2002


Key objectives

Key Objectives

  • How to Read/Interpret Documents

  • Which Classes are Preauthorized to Agencies

  • How to Determine Applicant Qualifications

  • Identify Sources of Information

  • Have Fun

May 1, 2002


Preauthorized lateral job change list

Preauthorized Lateral Job Change List

  • Represents lateral ECP level classes, not PCEL

  • Classes are not necessarily interchangeable

  • No longer includes unit designations

  • How to obtain information from the web (Advisory Bulletin 536-01)

May 1, 2002


Reviewing documents

Reviewing Documents

  • Job Specifications

    • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • What is a College Major?

    • Computing Educational Time

    • What is a Year of Experience?

    • Alternate Education and Experience

    • Equivalent Combinations

    • Atypical Experience

      (Advisory Bulletin CS-414-96)

    • Effective Dates

May 1, 2002


Reviewing documents continued

Reviewing Documents (continued)

  • Employment Histories

    • Determining Time

    • Counting Leaves of Absence

    • Crediting Working Out of Class Experience (Must Come to Civil Service for Review)

  • Résumés/Applications

    • Experience

    • Résumé Fraud

    • Professional or Nonprofessional

    • Classified or Nonclassified

    • Employment Gaps

May 1, 2002


Reviewing documents continued1

Reviewing Documents (continued)

  • Credential Verification

    • Educational Credentials

    • Accredited Colleges/Universities

    • Falsified Transcripts

    • Diploma Mills

    • Foreign Degree Evaluations

    • Licenses, Certifications, Registrations

    • G-Link www.cis.state.mi.us

    • North Central Association of Colleges website ncacihe.org

May 1, 2002


Subclass code qualifications

Subclass Code Qualifications

  • Applicants must meet the minimum requirements for the class before evaluating for a subclass code

  • Advisory Bulletin 549-01 at www.michigan.gov/mdcs

  • Watch for different amounts of experience required for specific classifications

May 1, 2002


Classification matrix

Classification Matrix

Advisory Bulletin 551-01

  • What Is It?

  • How Was It Developed?

  • Who Does What?

May 1, 2002


Submission of documents to bureau of human resource services

Submission of Documents to Bureau of Human Resource Services

  • The following credential reviews are not preauthorized to AA:

    • Consideration of equivalent combinations of education and experience

    • Review of working-out-of-class experience

    • Review of non-state employee applicant credentials

May 1, 2002


Submission of documents to bureau of human resource services continued

Submission of Documents to Bureau of Human Resource Services (continued)

  • BHRS will conduct credential review upon request

    • AA will complete Request for Credential Review (CS-153) and submit documentation to liaison team

    • Liaison team will conduct the reviews and complete the CS-153 form to document decisions, and return to AA to continue selection process

    • AA may prescreen applicants before sending requests to BHRS

May 1, 2002


Technical appeal process

Technical Appeal Process

  • Only MDCS has authority to inform applicants that they do not meet minimum qualifications for a classification

  • If AA wants to have applicants specifically notified that they don’t meet minimum qualifications, they shall send a request to BHRS liaison team to issue a decision, along with applicant documentation

  • The Decision will be subject to technical appeal

May 1, 2002


Questions

Questions?

Civil Service is still here to assist you

May 1, 2002


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