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1. When an appointing authority finds it essential to fill a vacancy in a position subject to this chapter, and, with at least thirty days' notice of the vacancy, the director is unable to certify the names of at least ten available eligibles, the director may authorize the appointing authority to fill the vacancy by means of a provisional appointment. The appointing authority shall forthwith submit a statement containing the name of a person nominated by the appointing authority for provisional appointment to the position, which statement shall contain a description of the qualifications of training and experience possessed by that person, and such other information as may be required by the regulations. If such nominee is found by the director to possess experience and training which meet the qualifications for the position, the director may approve the provisional appointment.
2. No provisional appointment shall be made without the approval of the director.
3. The duration of a provisional appointment shall be the same as the duration of the probationary period established for the position. A provisional appointee who successfully completes the working test of the probationary period may receive a regular appointment without examination.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title IV. Executive Branch § 36.260. Provisional appointments--approval of director--for what period - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-iv-executive-branch/mo-rev-st-36-260/
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