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§ 5c. Partial exemptions. The following positions in the Office of the Secretary of State are exempt from jurisdictions A, B and C to the extent stated for each unless these jurisdictions are extended as provided in this Act:
(1) Special agents selected by the Inspector General appointed pursuant to Section 14 of the Secretary of State Act and licensed attorneys in positions as legal or technical advisors, except in those positions paid from federal funds if such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements, are exempt from jurisdiction B only to the extent that Sections 10b.1, 10b.3 and 10b.5 of this Code need not be met.
(2) All unskilled positions, unless such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements in those positions paid from federal funds, for which the principal job requirement is good physical condition are exempt from jurisdiction B.
(3) The Merit Commission, upon written recommendation of the Director, shall exempt from jurisdiction B other positions which, in the judgment of the Commission, are by their nature highly confidential or involve principal administrative responsibility for the determination of policy or principal administrative responsibility for the way in which policies are carried out, except in those positions paid from federal funds if such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements. No position which has the powers of a law enforcement officer, except executive security officers, may be exempted under this section.
(4) The personal secretaries and chief deputy to persons exempted under paragraph (3) of Section 5b of this Act are exempt from jurisdiction B, unless such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements in those positions paid from federal funds.
(5) Positions which are paid a prevailing rate of wage are exempt from jurisdiction B.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Illinois Statutes Chapter 15. Executive Officers § 310/5c. Partial exemptions - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/il/chapter-15-executive-officers/il-st-sect-15-310-5c/
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