Section 19-156 Employment positions.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17016 on 09/17/2001, Section 19-156 read as follows.
(a) A permanent employee position is one created and intended
to exist for at least one budget
year and which is budgeted for at least one thousand forty (1,040) hours. A permanent employee
position may be either part-time or full-time.
(b) A temporary employee position is one created and intended
to exist for less than one
thousand four hundred fifty (1,450) hours in any calendar year unless extended to one thousand
eight hundred (1,800) hours in that year by the city manager. In no event however, will the hours
for a temporary employee exceed one thousand eight hundred (1,800) hours per calendar year.
Temporary employees have no seniority, grievance, or appeal privileges. Temporary employees
shall have no benefits
except the health care plan and holiday leave benefits provided in this
chapter for some temporary employees, provided, however, that temporary employees may
quality for LAGERS retirement under the rules of the LAGERS retirement system. A temporary
employee position may be either full or part-time.
(c) A seasonal employee position is one that is created for
less than one budget year and is
intended to accomplish work that is required on a seasonal basis. A seasonal position may be
budgeted for more than one thousand (1,000) hours in the budget year. A seasonal employee
position may be either full or part-time.
(Ord. No. 12932, § 1, 4-1-91; Ord. No. 15035, § 1, 10-21-96; Ord. No. 15355,
§ 1, 9-15-97; Ord.
No. 15754, § 1, 9-21-98)