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File #: 19-1753    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/19/2019 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/10/2019 Final action: 12/10/2019
Title: Human Resources Department recommending the Board approve and adopt the: 1) Agriculture, Weights & Measures department-specific class specification: Wildlife Specialist; 2) Chief Administrative Office department-specific class specification: Airport Technician I/II; and 3) Health and Human Services Agency department-specific class specifications: Animal Shelter Supervisor and Energy/Weatherization Technician I/II. FUNDING: N/A
Attachments: 1. A1 - Wildlife Specialist CLEAN 12-10-19, 2. A2 - Wildlife Specialist REDLINE 12-10-19, 3. B1 - Airport Technician I-II CLEAN 12-10-19, 4. B2 - Airport Technician I-II REDLINE 12-10-19, 5. C1 - Animal Shelter Supervisor CLEAN 12-10-19, 6. C2 - Animal Shelter Supervisor REDLINE 12-10-19, 7. D1 - Energy Weatherization Technician I-II CLEAN 12-10-19, 8. D2 - Energy Weatherization Technician I-II REDLINE 12-10-19
Title
Human Resources Department recommending the Board approve and adopt the:
1) Agriculture, Weights & Measures department-specific class specification: Wildlife Specialist;
2) Chief Administrative Office department-specific class specification: Airport Technician I/II; and
3) Health and Human Services Agency department-specific class specifications: Animal Shelter Supervisor and Energy/Weatherization Technician I/II.

FUNDING: N/A
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DISCUSSION / BACKGROUND
In June 2016, the County engaged Koff and Associates (K&A) for the provision of professional services to design, conduct, and assist in recommending an implementation approach of a classification (Phase I) and compensation (Phase II) study for all County positions. The overall goals of the classification and compensation study included: developing a competitive and fiscally responsible pay and benefit structure that is based upon market data and meets the needs of the County with regards to recruitment and retention of qualified staff; ensuring employees be recognized for the level and scope of work performed, and that they are paid on a fair and competitive basis, and ensuring class specifications reflect current programs, responsibilities, and technology.

In September 2017, the Human Resources Department requested and received Board approval (Legistar # 16-0098) to implement, in phases, the County-wide classification study.

The Human Resources Department has been working with departments (management and employees) and unions to finalize for Board consideration the newly-proposed class specifications and reclassifications (and subsequent allocation changes). The following is being presented to the Board for consideration:

Revised class specifications - All sections in the class specifications were updated to 1) better reflect the duties and responsibilities currently being performed, and 2) to be consistent with industry standards.

Agriculture, Weights & Measures

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