2009 New Jersey Code
18A:7A-42 Officers, employees, consultants.
TITLE 18A - EDUCATION
18A:7A-42 - Officers, employees, consultants
9. a. In a school district under full State intervention, all officers, employees and consultants, professional and nonprofessional, certified and noncertified, shall be employed or retained, transferred and removed in accordance with the improvement plan which has been approved by the commissioner. In accordance with that plan:
(1)The State district superintendent may appoint, transfer and remove clerks, pursuant to the provisions of Title 11A (Civil Service) of the New Jersey Statutes and the provisions of N.J.S.18A:17-1 et seq.
(2)The State district superintendent, subject to the approval of the commissioner, shall appoint and set the salaries of such State assistant superintendents as the superintendent shall deem necessary and assign to them their duties and responsibilities. No State assistant superintendent shall acquire tenure, notwithstanding any other provision of law.
(3)The State district superintendent of schools shall, subject to the approval of the commissioner or his designee, make all personnel determinations relative to employment, transfer and removal of all officers and employees, professional and nonprofessional, except that the services of the district auditor or auditors and attorney or attorneys shall be immediately terminated by creation of a school district under full State intervention.
b.The State district superintendent may delegate to subordinate officers or employees in the district any of his powers and duties as he may deem desirable to be exercised under his supervision and direction.
L.1987,c.399,s.9; amended 2005, c.235, s.16; 2007, c.16, s.10.
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