N.J. Admin. Code § 4A:4-6.1

Current through Register Vol. 56, No. 12, June 17, 2024
Section 4A:4-6.1 - Examination and selection disqualification
(a) A person may be denied examination eligibility or appointment when he or she:
1. Lacks the job requirements;
2. Is ineligible, by law, for employment in the title;
3. Is physically or psychologically unfit to perform effectively the duties of the title. However, an injury incurred in the armed forces shall not be considered a disqualification unless the Chairperson or designee considers the condition incapacitating;
4. Has failed to pass examination procedures;
5. Has been removed from the public service for disciplinary reasons after an opportunity for a hearing;
6. Has made a false statement of any material fact or attempted any deception or fraud in any part of the selection or appointment process;
7. Has a prior employment history which relates adversely to the title;
8. Has failed to pay the required application processing fee in a timely manner, or for open competitive examination, has failed to provide documentation of exemption from the application processing fee in a timely manner; or
9. Other sufficient reasons.
(b) Except where precluded by law, a person who is disqualified pursuant to (a)5 and 7 above may, for good cause, be admitted to an examination and, with the appointing authority's concurrence, certified for appointment.
(c) Any action specified in this section shall be effective upon receipt of written notice of disqualification.
(d) See 4A:4-4.6A for disqualifications of certain persons returning from military service.

N.J. Admin. Code § 4A:4-6.1

Amended by 49 N.J.R. 2239(a), effective 7/17/2017