(20 ILCS 415/4d)
(from Ch. 127, par. 63b104d)
The following positions in State service are
exempt from jurisdictions A, B, and C to the extent stated for each, unless
those jurisdictions are extended as provided in this Act:
(1) In each department, board or commission that now
maintains or may hereafter maintain a major administrative division, service or office in both Sangamon County and Cook County, 2 private secretaries for the director or chairman thereof, one located in the Cook County office and the other located in the Sangamon County office, shall be exempt from jurisdiction B; in all other departments, boards and commissions one private secretary for the director or chairman thereof shall be exempt from jurisdiction B. In all departments, boards and commissions one confidential assistant for the director or chairman thereof shall be exempt from jurisdiction B. This paragraph is subject to such modifications or waiver of the exemptions as may be necessary to assure the continuity of federal contributions in those agencies supported in whole or in part by federal funds.
(2) The resident administrative head of each State
charitable, penal and correctional institution, the chaplains thereof, and all member, patient and inmate employees are exempt from jurisdiction B.
(3) The Civil Service Commission, upon written
recommendation of the Director of Central Management Services, shall exempt from jurisdiction B other positions which, in the judgment of the Commission, involve either principal administrative responsibility for the determination of policy or principal administrative responsibility for the way in which policies are carried out, except positions in agencies which receive federal funds if such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements, and except positions in agencies supported in whole by federal funds.
(4) All individuals in positions paid in accordance
with prevailing wage laws, as well as beauticians and teachers of beauty culture and teachers of barbering.
(5) Licensed attorneys in positions as legal or
technical advisors; positions in the Department of Natural Resources requiring incumbents to be either a registered professional engineer or to hold a bachelor's degree in engineering from a recognized college or university; licensed physicians in positions of medical administrator or physician or physician specialist (including psychiatrists); all positions within the Department of Juvenile Justice requiring licensure by the State Board of Education under Article 21B of the School Code; all positions within the Illinois School for the Deaf and the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired requiring licensure by the State Board of Education under Article 21B of the School Code and all rehabilitation/mobility instructors and rehabilitation/mobility instructor trainees at the Illinois School for the Visually Impaired; and registered nurses (except those registered nurses employed by the Department of Public Health); except those in positions in agencies which receive federal funds if such exemption is inconsistent with federal requirements and except those in positions in agencies supported in whole by federal funds, are exempt from jurisdiction B only to the extent that the requirements of Section 8b.1, 8b.3 and 8b.5 of this Code need not be met.
(6) All positions established outside the
geographical limits of the State of Illinois to which appointments of other than Illinois citizens may be made are exempt from jurisdiction B.
(7) Staff attorneys reporting directly to individual
Commissioners of the Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission are exempt from jurisdiction B.
(Source: P.A. 103-108, eff. 6-27-23.)