Santa Barbara County Education Office
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Lateral Transfer Request - CSR 713 (Employees of other public agencies)
at Santa Barbara County Education Office
Thank you for your interest in employment with the County of Santa Barbara as a lateral transfer from another California public agency.
BEFORE YOU APPLY, PLEASE READ ALL INFORMATION ON THE JOB BULLETIN. THERE IS ADDITIONAL INFORMATION THAT IS REQUIRED ALONG WITH YOUR APPLICATION.
Please Note:You should be in this section if you are a regular employee of another public agency operating a personnel merit system in the State of California and want to complete an application.
If after reviewing the job description of the position your requesting a lateral transfer to, and you believe you meet the employment standards, click on the Apply link above and complete the online application.
- Print and complete an authorization for release of personnel information form. To access the authorization form click here.
- Send the completed forms to your current/former Authorized Public Agency operating in a personnel Merit system in the State of California to complete the requested information and send the authorization forms to HR within 14 business days by mail, fax, or email.
County of Santa Barbara
Human Resources Department
1226 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, Ca 93101 or
Receipt of these Documents along with the submitted online application will then be reviewed for Minimum Qualification.
- Employment Standards
To be eligible to laterally transfer from your agency to the County of Santa Barbara, you must have held permanent or probationary status in the classified service of a California public agency operating a personnel merit system; and, meet the following criteria (per the Civil Service Rule 713 included below):
- The Santa Barbara County job into which you are seeking to transfer possesses essentially the same or lesser minimum qualifications as the job class in which you held permanent or probationary status in your current/previous agency, and
- You have been employed by the other agency within one year of the date the lateral transfer is approved, and,
- You achieved permanent or probationary status with your current/previous agency as the result of a qualifying or competitive examination, and
- You have performed satisfactorily and have not been separated nor are you being considered for separation because of misconduct or poor performance, and
- Your current/previous agency submits information to Santa Barbara County which confirms that the required conditions have been met and that you are eligible for reemployment or continued employment in the class in which permanent or probationary status is held.
CIVIL SERVICE RULE 713. Lateral Transfer: Candidates from Other Recognized Agencies.
Under the following conditions, the name of an individual who has held permanent or probationary status in the classified service of a California public agency operating a personnel merit system may be placed on an open eligible list for a comparable or lower class in the Santa Barbara County service, and shall be certified as a free name as provided in Rule Eight.
a. The class for which the list is approved possesses essentially the same or lesser minimum qualifications as the class in which the individual held permanent status.
b. The individual has been in the employ of the other agency within one year of the date the list is approved.
c. The individual achieved permanent or probationary status as the result of a qualifying or competitive examination.
d. The individual has performed satisfactorily and has not been separated nor is being considered for separation because of fault or delinquency.
e. The other agency submits information to the Personnel office which confirms that the required conditions have been met and that the individual is eligible for reemployment or continued employment in the class in which permanent or probationary status is held.
If a department head appoints an eligible who has qualified by transferring from another jurisdiction, the employee shall serve the required probationary period before attaining permanent status.