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Sedona Seeks Member for Personnel Retirement Board

Sedona AZ (March 8 2011)–The City of Sedona is now accepting applications for one member of the Sedona Public Safety Personnel Retirement System Local Board.  Members must be a resident of the City of Sedona.  The deadline to return applications is Monday, March 28, 2011, by 5:00 p.m.

 

The PSPRS Local Board administers the rules of the system and has responsibility for making the provisions of the system effective. The local board shall have such powers as may be necessary to discharge the duties assigned the board in Arizona Revised Statutes, including: deciding all questions of eligibility and service credits; determining the amount, manner, and time of payment of any benefits under the system; and to prescribe procedures to be followed by claimants in filing applications for benefits. The board also makes a determination as to the right of any claimant to a benefit and to afford any claimant or the board of trustees, or both, a right to a rehearing on the original determination.

 

The board meets monthly on the first Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. unless there is no business for the board to consider. The board is required by state statute to meet at least twice each year. The term of office is four years. Members serve without pay.

 

Apply on-line via the city’s website, www.SedonaAZ.govor obtain an application form from the City Clerk at Sedona City Hall, 102 Roadrunner Drive, or by calling 282-3113.  Send completed applications to Sedona Personnel Board, City of Sedona Human Resources Department, 102 Roadrunner Drive, Sedona, AZ 86336.

 

1 Comment

  1. Ginger Wolstencroft says:

    CITY OF SEDONA FILLS PERSONNEL BOARD SEAT: At their March 22, 2011 meeting, Sedona City Council appointed Scott Jablow to serve on the Personnel Board. This five-member board serves as an advisory board to the City Manager in determining whether just cause existed for dismissal, demotion, or suspension without pay of classified, non-probationary employees; and that proper procedures have been followed in such matters.

    The Personnel Board meets on call of the Chairman or Secretary or a majority of the members of the Board to hear appeals submitted by full-time, non-probationary employees in the classified service, in relation to his or her dismissal, demotion, or suspension without pay. In conducting an investigation or hearing, the Board shall have the power to examine witnesses under oath.

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