DISCLAIMER

 

06-0753R


RESOLUTION APPROVING PROPOSED SPECIFICATIONS FOR THE REVISED CIVIL SERVICE CLASSIFICATION OF MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES, INCLUDING A TITLE CHANGE TO MANAGER, HUMAN RESOURCES, HEALTHCARE AND SAFETY, AND SPECIFYING CONTRACT BENEFITS FOR SAME.

BY COUNCILOR JOHNSON:

     RESOLVED, that the proposed specifications for the revised civil service classification of manager, human resources, including a title change to manager, human resources, healthcare and safety, which were approved by the civil service board on October 3, 2006, and which are filed with the city clerk as Public Document No. _____________, are approved; and that said classification shall remain subject to the city’s collective bargaining unit with its confidential employees.

     BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that pay range for said classification shall be the new ranges 13 and 14. The proper city officials are authorized to execute and implement the agreements or other documents necessary to carry out this resolution.


STATEMENT OF PURPOSE:  Over the last two years, the human resources division has been renamed to include an emphasis on healthcare and safety issues. Two safety positions have been added to the division, along with a labor relations specialist to handle contract negotiations and other issues. In addition to supervising these functions, the manager’s focus has shifted from an emphasis in labor relations to addressing and managing the health care issues facing the city.

The pay negotiated for the classification spans two new ranges, 13 and 14. The steps in these pay ranges are as follows:
     Range 13: Step A $5,346; Step B $5,613; Step C $5,893; Step D $6,188; Step E $6,497.
     Range 14: Step A $,5774; Step B $6,062; Step C $6,365; Step D $6,683; Step E $7,017.