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Limited Examination and Appointment Program (LEAP)

Examination and Vacancy Links

If you are looking for employment with the State of California through the Limited Examination and Appointment Program (LEAP) and you already understand how the program works, select LEAP examinations or search for vacancies.  To learn more about this program see the  section below.

The Limited Examination and Appointment Program (LEAP) is an alternative to the traditional testing process, allowing applicants with disabilities to demonstrate competencies through on-the-job testing (a "Job Examination Period").

In order to be eligible for the LEAP program, individuals must be certified by the Department of Rehabilitation and have their LEAP certificate information entered into CalHR's database.  Once approved, individuals may enter the program, which consists of the following steps:

  1. Take LEAP Examinations (also known as Minimum Qualifications Assessments/Readiness Evaluations) to obtain list eligibility.
  2. Apply for job openings.
  3. Complete a Job Examination Period if selected. 

Candidates who successfully complete the Job Examination Period are transitioned to the position for which they tested.  LEAP examinations are available at CalCareers.ca.gov. ​

LEAP Examination Information​

​​Tools


CalHR Form 273 ​ Job Evaluation Period Evaluation​
Note: Open with Internet Explorer​

​​Legal Authority and References

LE​AP Policy

Legal Requirements

Persons with Disabilities: Government Code Sections: 19232, 19233( c), 19234, 19795; can be found at: leginfo.legislature.ca.gov under Government Code. See also ​the Americans with Disabilities Act (Federal Law).​​​​

CalHR LEAP Contact Information

If you have any questions regarding the LEAP process, please email LEAP@CalHR.ca.gov​.​
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Disability Survey​


P
lease refer to CalHR's Office of Civil Rights – Workforce Analysis Webpage​ for information on employee demographic data collection, which includes the disability survey.​

Reasonable Accommodation

Please refer to CalHR's Office of Civil Rights – Reasonable Accommodation webpage for information on Reasonable Accommodation. ​​

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