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File #: 20-1623    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 11/30/2020 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 12/15/2020 Final action: 12/15/2020
Title: Chief Administrative Officer recommending the Board: 1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 202-2020 approving a new salary range for Accounting Division Manager, and Principal Financial Analyst in the Auditor-Controller’s Office, and 2) Direct the Human Resources Director to prepare two new job classifications, one titled Property Tax Division Manager and one titled Payroll Division Manager, and return to the Board by March 30, 2021, to reclassify two of the Accounting Division Managers in the Auditor-Controller’s Office to these new classifications, and set the compensation of these two positions the same as the Principal Financial Analyst. FUNDING: General Fund.
Attachments: 1. A - Resolution, 2. B - Counsel Approval, 3. Executed Resolution 202-2020
Related files: 20-1332, 21-0006, 21-0308
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Chief Administrative Officer recommending the Board:
1) Adopt and authorize the Chair to sign Resolution 202-2020 approving a new salary range for Accounting Division Manager, and Principal Financial Analyst in the Auditor-Controller’s Office, and
2) Direct the Human Resources Director to prepare two new job classifications, one titled Property Tax Division Manager and one titled Payroll Division Manager, and return to the Board by March 30, 2021, to reclassify two of the Accounting Division Managers in the Auditor-Controller’s Office to these new classifications, and set the compensation of these two positions the same as the Principal Financial Analyst.

FUNDING: General Fund.
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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. At that time the Auditor-Controller’s Office did not participate in the classification/compensation study. However, Human Resources did complete a classification analysis of the positions in the Auditor-Controller’s Office and Treasurer-Tax Collector in December 2019.

On November 17, 2020 with Legistar item 20-1332, the Board of Supervisors approved the creation of an Agency Chief Fiscal Officer classification as well as the compensation amount for this new classification. The Board also direct...

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