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File #: 23-715    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance / Regular Agenda Status: Passed
File created: 8/28/2023 In control: City Commission
On agenda: 9/13/2023 Final action: 9/20/2023
Title: P.H. 2023-87: (PUBLIC HEARING 2ND READING) AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 34, "CITY POLICY," OF THE CITY OF POMPANO BEACH CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING SECTION 34.107, "POSITION CLASSIFICATION PLAN," BY RECLASSIFYING CERTAIN POSITIONS, BY CREATING NEW POSITIONS, BY RETITLING CERTAIN POSITIONS, AND BY RETITLING AND RECLASSIFYING CERTAIN POSITIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. (Fiscal Impact: $869,790 for FY 2024) FIRST READING: SEPTEMBER 13, 2023
Attachments: 1. HR Staff Memo FY 2024.pdf, 2. City Attorney's Communication #2023 - 894.pdf, 3. 2023-219 - Ordinance, 4. Job descriptions for Agenda Item.pdf
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P.H. 2023-87: (PUBLIC HEARING 2ND READING)
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF POMPANO BEACH, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 34, "CITY POLICY," OF THE CITY OF POMPANO BEACH CODE OF ORDINANCES BY AMENDING SECTION 34.107, "POSITION CLASSIFICATION PLAN," BY RECLASSIFYING CERTAIN POSITIONS, BY CREATING NEW POSITIONS, BY RETITLING CERTAIN POSITIONS, AND BY RETITLING AND RECLASSIFYING CERTAIN POSITIONS; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
(Fiscal Impact: $869,790 for FY 2024)

FIRST READING: SEPTEMBER 13, 2023

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(Staff Contact: Bobby Bush)

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Summary Explanation/Background:
City Administration is requesting to amend City Ordinance 34.107, to reclassify positions, to create new positions and to retitle positions within the "Position Classification Plan" to reflect position changes included in the City's budget for FY 2023-2024. There is a total of 60 new, reclassified and retitled positions for this recommended budget fiscal year, (Exhibit A). As part of the City's Strategic Plan goal "Quality and Affordable City Services", we continue to invest in our personnel to attract and retain a qualified and knowledgeable workforce. The Human Resources Department continues to conduct a comprehensive Classification and Compensation Study that assesses pay equity of the existing workforce in order to maintain a competitive standard with peer government agencies. This proposal also focuses on the potential growth within the departments and facilitate a viable succession plan.

NEW POSITIONS:
There are 17 new recommended position classifications that will be added to the City Ordinance 34.107, "Position Classification Plan". The Permit Services Clerk, Cyber Security Officer, E-Plan Technology Analyst, Permit Expeditor II, Human Resources Manager, Permit Records Specialist, Permit Services Specialist, Building Field Inspector III, Building Plans Examiner II, Utilities Electrician Apprentice, Deputy Recreation Director Parking...

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