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Report ID: 22-356   
Type: Consent
Meeting Body: Board of Directors - Regular Meeting
Meeting Date: 6/22/2022 Final action: 6/22/2022
Recommended Action: Consider the adoption of Resolution 22-025 approving the new classification of Procurement & Materials Analyst and the revised classifications of Director of Procurement and Materials Management and Assistant Director of Procurement and Materials Management.
Attachments: 1. STAFF REPORT, 2. Att. 1. Resolution No 22-025, 3. Exh. A. - Procurement and Materials Analyst, 4. Exh. B. - Director of Procurement and Materials Management, 5. Exh. C. - Assistant Director of Procurement and Materials Management, 6. Att.2. Career Route Procurement and Materials Management, 7. Master Minute Order
TO: AC Transit Board of Directors
FROM: Michael A. Hursh, General Manager
SUBJECT: New and Revised Classifications

ACTION ITEM

RECOMMENDED ACTION(S):

Title
Consider the adoption of Resolution 22-025 approving the new classification of Procurement & Materials Analyst and the revised classifications of Director of Procurement and Materials Management and Assistant Director of Procurement and Materials Management.
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STRATEGIC IMPORTANCE:

Goal - High-Performing Workforce
Initiative - Employee Recruitment, Training and Retention

Classification specifications are important tools providing the basis for a variety of administrative and personnel decisions, which contribute to the goal of a High Performing Workforce and the strategic initiative of Recruitment, Training, and Retention. These documents clearly delineate job functions, competencies, and other elements such as physical requirements and special environmental conditions. Current and accurate classification specifications provide essential administrative tools supporting organizational workforce planning, recruiting efforts, compensation determination, and employee development.

BUDGETARY/FISCAL IMPACT:

All classifications have an assigned budgeted position and were incorporated into this current fiscal year's (FY 2021-22) budget. Staff is recommending one salary grade increase for the Director of Procurement and Materials Management to align with the external labor market and the District's other Director level classifications. This increase represents an annual cost of ten thousand ($10,000); however, staff anticipated this increase after a review of all Director level salaries, and the increase was incorporated into the FY 21-22 and FY 22-23 budgets.

BACKGROUND/RATIONALE:

Staff is recommending the following new classification:

Procurement and Materials Analyst

This classification updates, maintains, and provides extensive reporting for the District's procurement and materials systems. ...

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