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HIRING PROCESS FOR THE BOARD ATTORNEY June 14, 2013. Positions That Report to the Board. Executive Officer (CEA position) Attorney (Civil Service position). Proposed CVFPB Organization Chart. Attorney Position. Attorney III position will be hired

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positions that report to the board
Positions That Report to the Board

Executive Officer (CEA position)

Attorney (Civil Service position)

attorney position
Attorney Position
  • Attorney III position will be hired
  • Since the Attorney III position is a Civil Service position, it needs to follow the State’s rules for hiring
  • Salary is $7,682 to a maximum of $9,478
  • Probation period is one year (probation report every 4 months)
  • Attorney’s time needs to be approved by someone with approval authority.
    • Board can delegate to the Executive Officer to approve the attorney’s time
proposed hiring process
Proposed Hiring Process
  • Upon completion of the Job Duty Statement and advertisement notice, position will be posted on the State’s vacant position website, DWR’s website, and the Board’s website
  • Recommended to post the position for at least a two-week period
  • Board should set up a small panel of attorneys (Emma, Nicole, and Robin, for example) to screen/narrow the applications pool to 3 qualified candidates
  • If more than 3 are recommended for interviewing, a second panel made up of the Executive Committee would conduct the interviews and narrow it down to the top 2 or 3 candidates
  • The interviews would be conducted during a Closed Session by the full Board
  • There may be a second interview requested
  • References will be checked
  • Tentative offer made to the top candidate, but person being hired is dependent upon a signed budget