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.


ADMINISTRATIVE CITY PLANNER—51 eligibles between Nos. 8 and 168 on List 8058 for 1 job in Department of Environmental Protection.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROCUREMENT ANALYST—56 eligibles between Nos. 14 and 263 on List 7041 to replace 1 provisional in Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

ADMINISTRATIVE ENGINEER—312 eligibles between Nos. 11 and 625 on List 7012 for 1 job in Department of Environmental Protection.

ASSOCIATE CALL CENTER REPRESENTATIVE—38 eligibles between Nos. 8 and 94 on List 8500 for 1 job in Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications.

ASSOCIATE STAFF ANALYST—118 eligibles between Nos. 693 and 1298 on List 5014 for 2 jobs in Department of Transportation.

BUS MAINTAINER - GROUP B—8 eligibles between Nos. 12 and 180 on List 5602 to replace any of 30 provisionals at NYC Transit.

CASEWORKER—6 eligibles between Nos. 337 and 1085 on List 3338 for any of 20 jobs in Human Resources Administration/Department of Social Services.

CLERICAL ASSOCIATE—66 eligibles between Nos. 127 and 2079 on List 8003 for 2 jobs in Office of the City Clerk.

CITY PLANNER—151 eligibles between Nos. 64 and 588 on List 6067 for 1 job in Department of Finance.

CRIME ANALYST—26 eligibles between Nos. 34.5 and 174 on List 9000 to replace 10 provisionals in Police Department.

MAINTENANCE WORKER—13 eligibles between Nos. 47 and 226 on List 9015 for 7 jobs in Department of Parks and Recreation.

MANAGEMENT AUDITOR—3 eligibles (Nos. 44, 132 and 155) on List 6017 for any of 5 jobs in NYPD.

OILER—108 eligibles between Nos. 158 and 418.5 on List 4010 for 3 jobs in Department of Citywide Administrative Services.

PROCUREMENT ANALYST—26 eligibles between Nos. 66 and 820.5 on List 7019 for 1 job in DEP.

STRUCTURE MAINTAINER - GROUP A—4 eligibles (Nos. 38, 89, 101 and 104) on List 6609 for 10 jobs at NYC Transit.

STRUCTURE MAINTAINER - GROUP E—1 eligible (No. 62) on List 8604 and 1 eligible (No. 105) on List 6613 to replace any of 51 provisionals at NYC Transit.


ADMINISTRATIVE PARK AND RECREATION MANAGER—2 eligibles (Nos. 66 and 94) on List 6523 to replace 1 provisional in DPR.

ADMINISTRATIVE PROJECT MANAGER—From List 8529: 4 eligibles (Nos. 1-4) to replace 4 provisionals in Comptroller’s Office, 3 eligibles (Nos. 1-3) to replace 3 provisionals in Department of Homeless Services and 8 eligibles between Nos. 1 and 10 to replace 8 provisionals in Fire Department.

ASSOCIATE JOB OPPORTUNITY SPECIALIST—112 eligibles between Nos. 83 and 391 on List 5522 for 10 jobs in HRA/DSS.

ASSOCIATE TAXI AND LIMOUSINE INSPECTOR—47 eligibles between Nos. 32 and 86 on List 6501 for 2 jobs in Taxi and Limousine Commission.

BUS MAINTAINER - GROUP B—28 eligibles between Nos. 21 and 50 on List 8719 to replace any of 30 provisionals at NYC Transit.

CAPTAIN (FIRE)—300 eligibles between Nos. 325 and 625 on List 5507 to replace 20 provisionals in FDNY.

FIRE MARSHAL (UNIFORMED)—505 eligibles between Nos. 130 and 742 on List 4502 for 25 jobs in FDNY.

LIEUTENANT (FIRE)—502 eligibles between Nos. 575 and 1131 on List 5534 for 60 jobs in FDNY.

SENIOR SEWAGE TREATMENT WORKER—127 eligibles between Nos. 91 and 327 on List 6512 for 25 jobs in DEP.

SUPERVISING FIRE MARSHAL (UNIFORMED)—15 eligibles between Nos. 30 and 45 on List 5538 for 1 job in FDNY.

TRAIN SERVICE SUPERVISOR—363 eligibles between Nos. 1 and 375 on List 8703 to replace 20 provisionals at NYC Transit.


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