All regular appointments in a Career Service title are subject to a working test period. The working test period is part of the examination process designed to permit the supervisor to determine if an employee can satisfactorily perform the duties of the title. The working test period begins on the date of the regular appointment and is generally four months in duration.
Career Service employees, other than those serving in specific law enforcement titles, will have a probationary report conducted upon the completion of two months and no later than the third week of the last month of the working test period.
Employees appointed in the Campus Police Recruit titles are subject to a one year working test period. A probationary report is conducted upon completion of six months and no later than the third week of the last month of the working test period.
Unsatisfactory evaluation at the completion of the final report may result in the extension of the working test period.
A satisfactory rating at the completion of the working test period will result in permanent status in the title.