What is a non-competitive reassignment candidate?

What is a non-competitive reassignment candidate?

What is a non-competitive reassignment candidate?

Principle: A reassignment eligible is considered a noncompetitive candidate, or is a non-competitive referral, because he/she has already competed for and currently holds, or has held, an equivalent position to the one being filled, therefore competition is no longer required.

What is a temporary promotion?

A temporary promotion is the assignment of an employee to a higher graded position for a specified period of time, with the employee returning to his/her permanent position upon the expiration of the temporary action. Qualification requirements that are required for a permanent promotion must be met.

How long can a temp promotion last?

five years
The maximum time period for a temporary promotion is five years, unless OPM authorizes the agency to make and/or extend it for a longer period. If the temporary promotion that was originally made under competitive procedures, it can be extended up to five years without further competition.

What is non-competitive eligibility?

Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE) is a special hiring authority through which Appointment Eligible Family Members (AEFMs) can be appointed to federal positions without competing with the general public. This makes it easier for federal employers to hire qualified candidates.

What is the two step promotion rule?

The two-step promotion rule states that a GS employee promoted to a position in a higher grade is entitled to basic pay at the lowest rate of the higher grade that exceeds his or her existing rate of basic pay by not less than two step increases of the grade from which promoted.

Does temporary promotion count towards retirement?

Yes. As long as the employee is converted to a permanent position without returning to the lower grade, the time spent on a temporary promotion is considered creditable service in the calculation of the employee’s next WGI.