(A)   Application forms.  Applications shall be made on forms provided by the Personnel Office. Such forms shall require information covering educa-tion, training, experience, and other pertinent information. All applications must be signed by the person applying.
   (B)   Qualification and disqualification.
      (1)   The Personnel Officer may reject any application which indicates that the applicant:
         (a)   Does not possess the qualifications required for the position;
         (b)   Is addicted to the habitual excessive use of drugs or intoxicating liquor;
         (c)   Has been convicted of a felony;
         (d)   Has been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude;
         (e)   Made any material false statement therein; or
         (f)   Has not satisfactorily completed his or her application.
      (2)   Whenever an application is rejected, the applicant shall be so advised. Incomplete applications may be returned to the applicant for completion; provided, however, the time limit for receiving applications has not expired. All applicants must attest, under penalty of perjury, to the truthfulness of the statements made in the application. Such attestation will be evidenced by the applicant's signature.
('86 Code, § 2.48.080) (Ord. 3898, passed  - - )