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(ii) Without prejudice to the provisions of subparagraph (b)(ii) below, the Secretary-General may, in appropriate cases, reduce or waive the required period of probationary service following an equivalent period of continuous service on fxed-term appointment. (b) Fixed-term appointments

(i) The fxed-term appointment, having an expiration date specifed in the letter of appointment, may be granted for a period not exceeding fve years to persons recruited for service of a specifc duration, including persons temporarily seconded by national Governments or institutions for service with the Authority.

(ii) Afxed-term appointment does not carry any expectancy of renewal or of conversion to any other type of appointment.

(iii) Notwithstanding subparagraph (ii) above, upon completion of fve years of continuous service on fxed-term appointments, a staff member who has fully met the criteria of staff regulation 4.3, and who is under the age of ffty-three years, will be given every reasonable consideration for a permanent appointment, taking into account all

the interests of the Authority.

Rule 4.11 Permanent appointments

(a) The permanent appointment may be granted, in accordance with the needs of the Authority, to staff members who, by their qualifcations, performance and conduct, have fully demonstrated their suitability as international civil servants and have shown that they meet the high standards of effciency, competence and integrity, provided that:

(i) They have completed the period of probationary service required by rule 4.10 (a)(i); or

(ii) The period of probationary service has been waived in accordance with rule 4.10 (a)(ii); or

(iii) They have completed fve years of continuous service under fxed-term appointments and have been favourably considered under the terms of rule 4.10 (b)(iii).

(b) Recommendations proposing the grant of permanent appointments on the ground that a staff member whose probationary period has been either completed or waived under the terms of rule 4.10 (a)(ii) or (b)(iii) has met the requirements of this rule may be made to the Secretary-General by the head of the substantive offce or department concerned. Any such recommendation shall also be reported to the Appointment and Promotion Board.

Rule 4.12

Appointment and Promotion Board

(a) (i) An Appointment and Promotion Board shall be established by the

Secretary-General to give advice on the appointment and promotion of staff members.

Staff Rules, 4.10-4.12

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