The Department of Citywide Administrative Services has certified sections of the eligible lists below for appointments and promotions in city agencies, subject to the 1-in-3 rule. Some of the appointments and promotions may already have been made.


ACCOUNTANT—307 eligibles between Nos. 5 and 413 on List 8050 to replace 31 provisionals in Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCUREMENT ANALYST—56 eligibles between Nos. 14 and 263 on List 7041 to replace any of 2 provisionals in Comptroller’s Office.

ADMINISTRATIVE PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST—51 eligibles between Nos. 3 and 97 on List 8051 to replace 5 provisionals in Department of Education and 2 provisionals in DOHMH.

AUTO MECHANIC—7 eligibles between Nos. 2.5 and 166 on List 8006 to replace 5 provisionals in Police Department and 3 provisionals in Department of Transportation.

AUTO MECHANIC (DIESEL)—6 eligibles between Nos. 6 and 17.9 on List 8007 to replace 1 provisional in Department of Parks and Recreation.

CASEWORKER—5 eligibles between Nos. 168 and 593 on List 3337, 20 eligibles between Nos. 295 and 1038 on List 3338 and 1 eligible (No. 236) on List 2321 for any of 20 jobs in Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services.

CERTIFIED IT DEVELOPER (APPLICATIONS)—41 eligibles between Nos. 0.5 and 355 on List 8062 to replace 1 provisional in HRA/DSS.

COMPUTER ASSOCIATE (SOFTWARE)—50 eligibles between Nos. 70 and 824 on List 7002 to replace 2 provisionals in Fire Department.

COMPUTER PROGRAMMER ANALYST—33 eligibles between Nos. 31 and 188 on List 7004 to replace 1 provisional in Comptroller’s Office.

COUNSELOR (ADDICTION TREATMENT)—69 eligibles between Nos. 3 and 77 on List 9019 to replace 3 provisionals in DOHMH.

MAINTENANCE WORKER—104 eligibles (Nos. 1-104) on List 9015 to replace 1 provisional each in Department of Correction and Department of Sanitation.

MANAGEMENT AUDITOR—4 eligibles (Nos. 35 and 161) on List 6017 for 1 job in Department of Citywide Administrative Services.

MASON'S HELPER—74 eligibles between Nos. 30 and 157 on List 4064 for 5 jobs at Housing Authority.

OILER—77 eligibles between Nos. 303.5 and 384 on List 4010 for 7 jobs in DOC.

PHYSICAL THERAPIST (DOE)—65 eligibles (Nos. 1-65) on List 9077 to replace 61 provisionals in DOE.

PLUMBER—17 eligibles between Nos. 17 and 103 on List 8022 to replace 2 provisionals in DOE.

PROCUREMENT ANALYST—15 eligibles between Nos. 441 and 820.5 on List 7019 for 1 job in DOT.

SOCIAL WORKER—1 eligible (No. 508) on List 8021 to replace 2 provisionals in HRA/DSS.

SPECIAL CONSULTANT (MENTAL HEALTH STANDARDS AND SERVICES)—337 eligibles between Nos. 6 and 659 on List 8048 to replace 89 provisionals in DOHMH.

TRANSIT MANAGEMENT ANALYST TRAINEE—121 eligibles between Nos. 11.5 and 171 on List 7606 to replace 8 provisionals at NYC Transit.


ADMINISTRATIVE PROJECT MANAGER—From List 8529: 8 eligibles between Nos. 1 and 10 to replace 1 provisional in Fire Department and 33 eligibles (Nos. 1-33) to replace any of 38 provisionals at NYC Transit.

AUTO MECHANIC (DIESEL)—7 eligibles (Nos. 1-7) on List 6510 and 6 eligibles between Nos. 6.1 and 17.9 on List 8007 to replace 1 provisional in Fire Department.

HOUSING MANAGER—42 eligibles between Nos. 36 and 168 on List 8516 to replace 2 provisionals at Housing Authority.

PRINCIPAL ADMINISTRATIVE ASSOCIATE—2 eligibles (Nos. 4 and 66) on List 5537 for 1 job in Department of Buildings.

RESIDENT BUILDINGS SUPERINTENDENT—1 eligible (No. 146) on List 8508 to replace 15 provisionals at NYC Transit.

SUPERVISOR PLUMBER—7 eligibles between Nos. 4 and 10 on List 8515 to replace 2 provisionals in NYPD.


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