2001 Session

Budget Amendments - SB800 (Committee Approved)

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Career Development Plan - Deputy Treasurers (language only)

Item 66 #2s

Item 66 #2s

Compensation Board

Page 61, line 53, insert:
"D.1.  The Compensation Board shall make available, commencing on July 1, 2002, a Career Development Program for deputy treasurers.  The Compensation Board shall adopt minimum criteria for the Deputy Treasurers' Career Development Program, including achievement of professional certification, minimum service of not less than three years, and achievement of above average performance reviews, and submit such criteria to the Governor and the Chairmen of the House Appropriations and Senate Finance Committees, by November 1, 2001.
2.     Upon certification by the treasurer that a deputy treasurer has met the minimum criteria for participation in the Career Development Program, and has been selected by the treasurer for participation in the Program, received by the Compensation Board as part of the treasurer's annual budget request not later than February 1, 2002, the Compensation Board shall increase the annual salary established for that position by one grade level (equivalent to four steps on the salary scale, or approximately 9.3 %), effective July 1, 2002.  Certification of eligibility and selection for participation in the Program in subsequent years shall be made as part of the treasurer's annual budget request to the Compensation Board and submitted on or before February  1.")

(This amendment requires the Compensation Board to provide a career development plan for local deputy treasurers.)