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. 

OPEN COMPETITIVE

ADMINISTRATIVE PROJECT MANAGER—From List 8042: 33 eligibles between Nos. 66 and 608 for 1 job at Housing Authority and 111 eligibles between Nos. 4.5 and 366.5 for 1 job in Department of Buildings.

ASSOCIATE PUBLIC INFORMATION SPECIALIST—39 eligibles between Nos. 20 and 133 on List 4003 for 1 job at Manhattan Borough President’s Office.

BUS MAINTAINER - GROUP B—9 eligibles between Nos. 12 and 180 on List 5602 and 3 eligibles (Nos. 111, 214 and 241) on List 4601 for any of 25 jobs at NYC Transit.

CIVIL ENGINEER—59 eligibles (Nos. 1-59) on List 9045 and 2 eligibles (Nos. 128 and 173) on List 7037 for 2 jobs at HA.

LEAD ABATEMENT WORKER—3 eligibles between (Nos. 38, 47 and 100) on List 5007 to replace any of 6 provisionals at HA.

MANAGEMENT AUDITOR TRAINEE—43 eligibles between Nos. 26 and 229 on List 4036 for jobs at Teachers’ Retirement System.

STRUCTURE MAINTAINER - GROUP B—2 eligibles (Nos. 34 and 52) on List 7602 and 1 eligible (No. 79) on List 8609 for 1 job at NYC Transit.

SUPERVISING COMPUTER SERVICE TECHNICIAN—28 eligibles between Nos. 3 and 70 on List 3056 to replace 1 provisional at Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority.

PROMOTION

BUS MAINTAINER - GROUP B—15 eligibles (Nos. 1-15) on List 9722 and 1 eligible (No. 36) on List 8719 for any of 25 jobs at NYC Transit.

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