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Robert Handy employment agreement

Robert Handy employment agreement

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EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN
THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH AND ROBERT HANDY
EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN
THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH AND ROBERT HANDY

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EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF HUNTINGTON BEACH AND ROBERT HANDY
THIS AGREEMENT is entered into this
ay of
2013, between the City of Huntington Beach, a California municipal corporation, subsequently called City, and Robert Handy, subsequently called Director.
WITNESSETH
The City Manager has been empowered to appoint and remove the Police Chief, with approval of the City Council; and The City, through the City Manager, desires to employ the services of Director as a department head, Police Chief, of the City of Huntington Beach; and It is the desire of the City to provide certain benefits, establish certain conditions of employment, and to set working conditions of Director; and It is the desire of the City to:
(1)
Secure and retain the services of Director and to provide inducement for him to remain in such employment;
(2)
To provide a means for terminating Director's service at such time as he may be unable fully to discharge his duties due to disability or when City may otherwise desire to terminate his employ; and Director desires to accept employment as Police Chief of the City; NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants here contained the parties agree as follows:
SECTION I. DUTIES
City agrees to employ Director as Police
Chief
of the City to
perform the functions and duties of that office as set forth in the Municipal Code of the City of Huntington Beach and the City Charter, and to perform other legally permissible duties and functions as the City Manager shall from time to time assign. Director shall devote his full
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attention and effort to the office and perform the mentioned duties and functions in a professional
manner.•
SECTION 2 STATUS AND TERM
(a)
Director shall serve for an indefinite term at the pleasure of the City Manager and shall be considered an at-will employee of the City.
(b)
Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent, limit or otherwise interfere with the right of the City Manager to terminate the employment of Director at any time, subject only to the provisions set forth in Section 6, paragraphs (a), (b) and (e) of this Agreement and Section 401 of the Charter of the City of Huntington Beach,
(e)
othing in this Agreement shall prevent, limit, or otherwise interfere with the right of Director to resign at any time from his position with the City, subject only to the provisions set forth in Section 6, paragraph (d), of this Agreement.
(d)
irector agrees to remain in the exclusive employ of' City for an indefinite period and shall neither accept other employment or become employed by any other employer without the prior written approval of the City Manager until notice of resignation is given. The term employed (and derivations of that term as used in the preceding paragraph) shall include employment by another legal entity or self employment, however, shall not be construed to include occasional teaching, writing, consulting, or military reserve service performed on Director's time off, and with the advance approval of the City Manager.
SECTION 3 COMPENSATION
A.
ity agrees to pay Director for his services rendered pursuant to this Agreement at Range 725, Step E ($100,48/hourly, $208,994 annually) of the City's classification and compensation plan or resolutions or ordinances from time to time enacted that govern such compensation. Director acknowledges that said compensation includes a 2% increase not previously conferred upon other employees covered by the non-associated resolution in exchange for additional employee-paid retirement contribution. Director further acknowledges that he will
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not receive additional salary increases until the other employees have received a commensurate
2% increase.
B, n addition to the foregoing benefits, Director shall also receive an such other benefits that are generally applicable to non-associated employees (department heads) hired after December 27, 1997, as set forth in City's Non-Associated Employee Benefits Resolution, a copy of which is attached hereto as Attachment No. 1.
C.
MOVING EXPENSES, City will reimburse Director his temporary rental
housing expense incurred prior to June 16, 2014, and reasonable moving expenses in an amdunt not to exceed $10,000.
D.
CERTIFICATE PAY. City to provide Director FBI National Academy
Certificate pay of 3% per year.
E.
HEALTH INSURANCE. In lieu of the benefit as described in Section III(A)(®)
of Exhibit A, City will provide $936.47/month towards Director's purchase of a personal policy of medical insurance to be verified annually.
F.
UNIFORM ALLOWANCE, Director to receive Uniform Allowance in the amount of $1,275.00, to be paid in one lump sum, effective the beginning of the pay period following January 15
t
of each year, This amount shall not be reportable compensation to CalPERS.
SECTION 4, OTHER BENEFITS, As an incentive to encourage Director to reside
within the City of Huntington Beach and to remain employed by City for a number of years, Director will be eligible for a one-time, real estate secured loan of an amount not to exceed One Hundred Thousand Dollars ( the Loan ). The Loan shall be subject to the following terms and
conditions:
a.
he Loan shall be fundable in full upon Director's execution of a loan agreement. The loan agreement shall be approved as to form by the City Attorney. The City Attorney is authorized and empowered to execute the loan agreement on behalf of the City any and all documents as may be required to effectuate the Loan.
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