Civil Service Commission
SECTION 7.05 CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION.
The Civil Service Commission shall consist of three (3) electors of the City not holding other municipal office excepting therefrom membership in the Twinsburg Development Foundation to be appointed by the Council to serve for terms of six years, except that the first appointment shall be for six (6), four (4), and two (2) years respectively. A vacancy occurring during the term of any member of the Commission shall be filled for the unexpired term in the manner authorized for an original appointment.
The Civil Service Commission shall make necessary rules and regulations for the appointment, promotion, transfer, layoff, reinstatement, suspension, removal and in general, for the enforcement of the merit system, in the Classified Service.
The Commission shall report its proceedings to Council upon request and shall make a report to Council at the beginning of each fiscal year.
All persons who have been continuously employed in the service of the Municipality in the same or similar position herein included in the Classified Service for at least thirty (30) days preceding the adoption of this amendment shall retain their position until discharged, reduced, promoted or transferred in accordance with the provisions of this Charter. Council may provide for such additional classifications of employees as it deems appropriate by future enactments.
Before any rules or amendments of the Civil Service become effective, they shall be published in writing and an opportunity given for a public hearing thereon to be held after reasonable notice has been given by the Commission.
The Commission shall provide rules for the procedure of the Commission for the standardization and classifications of the positions, for competitive and non-competitive tests, for qualifications in meeting reasonable requirements as to age, physical condition and moral character, for investigating and keeping a record of the efficiency of the personnel in the Classified Service and for requiring reports relative thereto from appointing authority, or their delegated authority, for such other rules as may be necessary and proper for the enforcement of the merit system and for appeals from the action of appointing authority in the case of transfer, reduction or removal and the action of the Commission in any such appeal shall be final. (Amended November 6, 2012; November 4, 2014)
|Leonard Taylor, Chairman||Paul Nees, Member||Joseph Jasany, Member||Sandra Panczyk, Secretary