Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Supervisory experience consists of the following criteria:
  • Is or has served as a first- or second-level supervisor; 
  • Accomplishes or has accomplished work through both technical and administrative direction of employees accounting for at least 25 percent of the position's time; and
  • Exercises or has exercised, at a minimum, the authorities and responsibilities of a first-level supervisor.
First-level supervisors plan, direct, and monitor the work performed by a group of employees. Second-level supervisors direct work through subordinate supervisors.  Both first- and second-level supervisors must have competence in a specialized subject matter, functional area, or occupation sufficient to review work for technical accuracy.  In addition, they must provide administrative supervision, including such activities as assigning work, recommending or taking personnel actions, and advising on various administrative matters.

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