4.2206 Disqualification of, refusal to examine applicant.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 4.2206 ]

(a) Accepted standards of personnel practice will be followed in screening applicants. An interview form will be filled out for all applicants interviewed by ASPA by either the department head or other appropriate interviewer. The form is routed to the Executive Director at the completion of the interview for use in the selection process. ASPA may refuse to examine an applicant or, after examination, may disqualify such applicant or remove his or her name from a register or refuse to certify any person otherwise eligible on a register if the applicant:

(1) Is found to lack any of the requirements established for the class;

(2) Is so disabled as to be rendered unfit to perform the duties of the class;

(3) Is addicted to the use of narcotics or the habitual excessive use of intoxicating beverages;

(4) Has been convicted of any offense that would adversely affect ASPA and which would be grounds for disqualification from the position for which he or she is applying;

(5) Has made a false statement of material fact in his or her application;

(6) Has previously been dismissed or requested to resign from private or public service for delinquency, misconduct, inability to do similar work, or any other lack of fitness as an employee;

(7) Has used, or attempted to use, bribery to secure an advantage in the examination or appointment;

(8) Has directly or indirectly obtained information regarding examinations to which he or she was not entitled;

(9) Has taken part in the compilation, administration or correction of the examination.

History: Rule 11-84, eff 19 Dec 84, (part).