CIVIL SERVICE ACT
The general purpose of the Civil Service Act is to establish a system of personnel administration that meets the social, economic, and program needs of the County.¬† This system shall provide a means to recruit, select, develop and maintain an effective and responsive workforce, and shall include policies and procedures for employee hiring and advancement, training and career development, position evaluation, salary administration, fringe benefits, and other related activities.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
The Civil Service Commission shall have the powers and duties assigned to it by Nebraska Statutes and related Rules.¬† The Commission's overall responsibilities include:
Additionally, the responsibility of the Civil Service Commission is to provide an avenue for an employee to file an appeal before the Commission.¬† It shall be the duty of the Commission to ascertain to the best of its ability the facts of the case and, after weighing all available evidence, to report its findings and decision to all parties affected.
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MEMBERS
The Civil Service Commission consists of five (5) members; three (3) members constitute a quorum in order to transact business.¬† Two (2) members are Douglas County employees, two (2) members are elected officials, and one (1) member is appointed at-large.¬† Both Democratic and Republican parties are represented on the Commission.
The¬†Commission Members are:
¬†¬† Tim Dunning, Douglas County Sheriff
¬†¬† John Ewing, Treasurer
¬† [At-Large Representative]
CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION MEETINGS
The Commission shall meet at least quarterly and, based upon the recommendations of the Clerk of the Commission/Human Resources Director, shall determine the frequency, day, and place of its meetings.¬† Special meetings shall be held to hear appeals of disciplinary actions as necessary.¬† The Commission only hears appeals regarding suspension, demotion, or termination.