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Maryland Manual, 1991-92
Volume 185, Page 423   View pdf image (33K)
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George M. Lotterer, Director

301 W Preston St., Room 608
Baltimore, MD 21201 225-4733

The Data Management Information Services
Division was formed in 1970. The Division provides
information on personnel positions to the Depart-
ment, other State agencies, and local governments.
The Division plans, develops, implements, and
maintains a centralized automated information sys-
tem for all divisions of the Department and the
Injured Workers' Insurance Fund.
The Division is responsible for compliance
review of personnel transactions pertaining to
State Merit System laws and regulations. In ad-
dition, the Division processes all job applications,
notifies applicants of testing dates, sends out test
results, and distributes lists of eligible applicants
to requesting agencies.

Joseph Epstein, Director

301 W Preston St., Room 510
Baltimore, MD 21201 225-4646

The Employee Benefits Division was created
in March 1990 as a result of reorganization
separating health insurance administration from
the Fiscal Management Division. The Employee
Benefits Division is responsible for the enroll-
ment of State employees and retirees in the State
medical benefits plan and for the establishment
of benefits under the plan.

Peter Oroszlan, M.D., Medical Director

301 W Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 225-4626

The position of Medical Director was
created in 1937. The major responsibility of the
Medical Director is to determine employability
as far as health is concerned for State
employees and applicants for State employ-


Sara Miller, Assistant Secretary of Compensation &
Employee Selection

The Assistant Secretary of Compensation and
Employee Selection is responsible for two divisions:
Recruitment and Examination, and Salary Ad-
ministration and Position Classification.

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Nelson L. Sutton III, Director

300 W Preston St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 225-4846
public information: 225-4847

The Recruitment and Examination Division
was formed in 1970. The Division recruits,
tests, and certifies candidates as eligible for
employment in Merit System positions within
State government. Information about
Maryland State employment opportunities and
applications may be obtained by calling the
Division. Personnel specialists also are avail-
able for employment counseling at Division
Merit System vacancies are advertised in the
newspapers and in bulletins sent to State agencies.
Applicants submit a completed MS100 application
form which is evaluated by the Division. For some
positions, candidates are rated based on the ap-
plication and notified of their rating. For other
positions, applicants who meet the minimum re-
quirements of the job description are notified
where and when to report for a required examina-
tion. For all vacancies, an eligible list is compiled
which ranks applicants either by rating or examina-
tion score. The eligible list of candidates is sent to
the State agency with the vacancy The top five
candidates are interviewed and the interested can-
didate highest on the list is hired. Names remain
on eligible lists for one year.
The average time span between a vacancy
being advertised and the sending of an eligible list
is about ninety days.

Michael Glass, Chief, Salary Administration
J. Eric Rydscrom, Chief, Position Classification

301 W Preston St., Room 603
Baltimore, MD 21201 225-4778/9

The Salary Administration and Position Clas-
sification Division determines the classification for
all State employee positions under the jurisdiction
of the Secretary of Personnel. The Division analyzes
individual positions and systematically maintains
the classification plan. The Division also maintains
the State Salary Plan. In addition, the Division
recommends emergency salary actions and
develops salary and benefits data and costs for pay


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