PROFICIENCY a. Grantee shall take reasonable steps to provide services and information both orally and in writing, in appropriate languages other than English, to ensure that persons with limited English proficiency are effectively informed and can have meaningful access to programs, benefits and activities.
PROFICIENCY. Supervisors will assure themselves that personnel to be utilized as acting officers are proficient in all areas to perform the duties. An employee who will not be utilized as an acting officer shall be notified in writing of the deficiencies in his skills, abilities, or work performance.
PROFICIENCY. Interpreters/translators must meet the minimum proficiency standard set by DSHS.
PROFICIENCY. RATINGS Section 1 - The proficiency rating system shall be used to provide a basis for keeping employees informed of what is expected of them in their assignment, and keeping them informed of the level of performance in their assignment. It will also be used when identifying training needs and supporting outstanding service Section 2 - The approving official will be the next higher level professional-administrative management official over the rating official. Section 3 - Proficiency ratings will be made annually or as otherwise provided in MP-5, Part II. Section 4 - New employees shall be provided the performance elements on which they will be evaluated at the beginning of the rating period. All employees should be informed of their rating elements. Section 5 - Employees shall be counseled on a regular basis concerning their level of proficiency. Section 6 - When performance problems are observed which may be expected to result in an unsatisfactory annual proficiency rating, the rating official will hold a counseling conference with the employee sufficiently in advance of the due date of the annual report to give the employee a reasonable opportunity to correct identified deficiencies and to demonstrate satisfactory performance. During the conference, the rating official will tell the employee of the time, normally 60 to 90 days, which will be allowed for improvement of performance. After the conference, the rating official will prepare, sign, and date a document indicating the reasons for the conference, the performance deficiencies and suggested solutions, and the time allowed for improvement. A copy will be given to the employee. A counseling will not be necessary if the employee's performance constitutes a clear danger to him/herself or others. Section 7 - Employees shall be encouraged to submit input into their proficiency ratings. ARTICLE 16
PROFICIENCY a. Grantee shall take reasonable steps to provide services and information both orally and in writing, in appropriate languages other than English, to ensure that persons with limited English proficiency are effectively informed and can have meaningful access to programs, benefits and activities. ATTACHMENT D GRANT SUPPLEMENTAL & SPECIAL CONDITIONS
PROFICIENCY. The Department will involve employees actively in the promotion/evaluation process. Employees will be notified 90 days prior to the due date for proficiency. Employees will be given 60 days to provide information that will be used in the proficiency. When employees meet time-in-grade requirements for promotion to the next grade, the employee will be evaluated for promotion at the next scheduled boarding. Employees will receive current copies of criteria for promotion and special advancement on initial employment. Employees will receive updated copies of promotion and special advancement criteria when changes are made. Where employees are not promoted, they will receive an explanation regarding those specific elements in which they are deficient. Proficiencies will be done timely to prevent delays in the boarding cycle. Employees whose proficiencies have been unduly delayed without good cause will be made whole.
PROFICIENCY. (a) Despite the provisions of sub clause 13.4, a teacher who is required to be registered as a teacher pursuant to the ACT Teacher Quality Institute Act 2010 shall not progress beyond Band One (Step Four) unless granted full registration as a teacher, subject to the following exceptions: