App. I-I.E(2) |

Eligibility for Interim (Temporary) Assignment at another School or Unit to a Vacancy in the Laid Off Employee’s Former Title |

If a position in a laid off bargaining unit ESP employee’s former job title at a School or Unit other than that from which the bargaining unit ESP employee was laid off remains vacant for a period of forty-five (45) calendar days after it was created or became vacant and no offer of employment to a candidate is pending the CEO or designee will offer to assign and, if the offer is accepted, assign a laid off bargaining unit ESP employee who is in the eligibility pool to the vacant bargaining unit ESP position on an interim (temporary) basis provided the laid off bargaining unit ESP employee:

  1. meets the minimum qualifications of the position, including, where applicable, being highly qualified for the position in accordance with applicable state and federal rules and regulations;
  2. has a minimum efficiency rating of 70% in his or her previous position; and,
  3. did not have disciplinary action pending at the time of his or her layoff; and,
  4. has not received a disciplinary suspension in the ten (10) school months immediately preceding his or her layoff.

If there is more than one laid off bargaining unit ESP eligible for an interim assignment, the CEO or designee shall offer interim assignments to eligible and qualified laid off bargaining unit ESP employees in order of seniority. If a laid off bargaining unit ESP rejects an offer of an interim assignment, the laid off ESP employee will forfeit his or her place in the eligibility pool.

An interim assignment shall be for a maximum of sixty (60) school calendar days. At any point during the interim assignment, the principal or unit or department head may remove or replace the laid off bargaining unit ESP employee by appointing another employee or applicant to the position. If the laid off bargaining unit ESP who was given an interim assignment is not removed or replaced during the sixty (60) calendar day interim period, the CEO or designee shall appoint him or her to the position. If the laid off bargaining unit ESP is appointed to the position, the CEO or designee shall remove him or her from the eligibility pool. If a laid off bargaining unit ESP is removed from the interim position, the CEO shall return him or her to the eligibility pool, provided however that the interim assignment shall not extend his or her maximum period of ten (10) school months in the eligibility pool.


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