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^^'^'^'iMh ^^"^ AGENDA REPORT

CITY OF OAKLAND

2813 MAY 30 PMMII

TO: DEANNA J. SANTANA


CITY ADMINISTRATOR
SUBJECT:

Semi-Annual Vacancy Report

City Administrator^
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Approval
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F R O M : Jim Reese

DATE:

May 20, 2013

Date

COUNCIL DISTRICT: Citv-Wide


RECOMMENDATION
Staff recommends acceptance of this semi-annual informational report on budgeted vacant
positions and hiring for the Period September 6, 2012 Through April 8, 2013.
EXECUTIVE S U M M A R Y
This is an informational report that provides an update on vacant positions and hiring from
September 6, 2012 through April 8, 2013.

Vacancies: The chart on page 2 provides a summary and Attachment A provides a


list of the vacancies citywide, broken out by department or agency, including the
primary fund associated with the position.

Hirins Since September 6, 2012: Attachment B provides a list of all posifions that
were filled with new hires since September 6, 2012 through April 8, 2013.

OUTCOME
There are no specific outcomes associated with acceptance of this informational report.
BACKGROUND/LEGISLATIVE HISTORY
The Department of Human Resources Management (DHRM) provides a semi-annual report on
vacancies to the Finance and Management Committee. Addifionally, Resolufion No. 82532
C.M.S., adopted on February 16, 2010, implemented a hiring freeze for posifions in the General
Fund and requires that City Council be provided with reports of hiring activity during the hiring
freeze.

Item;
Finance & Management Committee
June 11,2013

Deanna J. Santana, City Administrator


Subject: Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
Date: May 20, 2013

Page 2

ANALYSIS
A. Citywide Vacancies
The lists of vacancies provided below and in Attachment A capture true vacancies citywide. A
"true vacancy" is defined as a vacant position that is not personnel-encumbered in any other way,
i.e. linked, frozen, funding allocated (fully or partly) to temporary personnel staffing, overtime,
or backfill/acfing costs.
In the last report presented in September 2012, there were 295.54 FTE positions vacant citywide;
as of April 8, 2013, there were 295.88 FTE posifions vacant citywide. In general, the City's
vacancy rate hasfluctuatedbetween 6% and 8% for the past two years.

FUND
GPF
(1010)

TYPE
Sworn (Fire)
Sworn (Police)
Civilian
Total GPF (1010)

Non-GPF
\

Sworn (Fire)
Sworn (Police)
Civilian
Total Non-GPF

All Funds

Sworn (OPD & OFD)


Civilian
Citywide Total

VACANT
76.00
0.00

ALL
POSITIONS
498.00

%
VACANT
15,26%

593.00

83.40

1034.10

0,00%
8.06%

159.40

2125.10

7.50%

0,00
0.00
136.48

2.00
60.00
1626.29

0.00%
0.00%
8,39%

136.48

1688.29

8.08%

76.00
219.88

1153,00
2660.39

6.59%
8,26%

295.88

3813.39

7.75%

B. Hiring Since September 6, 2012


The list of positions provided in Attachment B captures all of the new hires since September 6,
2012 all of which conform to the requirements of Resolufion No. 82532 C.M.S., adopted on
February 16, 2010, which required that General Fund positions exemptedfi-omthe hiring freeze
meet one of four criteria:
1) the position is required to meet federal, state, or local mandates;
2) the position is already budgeted and is necessary to ensure provision of critical City
services or operations;
3) the position is part of a program or activity that is revenue-generating and fully costcovering; or
4) the position is necessary to carry out programs supported by the American Reinvestment
& Recovery Act (ARRA or Stimulus Program) or other grants.

Item:
Finance & Management Committee
June 11,2013

Deanna J. Santana, City Administrator


Subject: Semi-Annual Vacancy Report
Date: May 20, 2013

Page 3

Additionally, positions for which funding comes from a non-General Fund source may only be
filled if the appointment does not increase a negative balance in the fund. A total of two hundred
and sixty-nine (269) assignments were filled during the reporting period of September 6, 2012 to
April 8, 2013.
PUBLIC OUTREACH/INTEREST
No public outreach was necessary for this report.
COORDINATION
DHRM coordinated the collection and verification of data provided in this report with staff in
each of the City's departments, the Budget Office, and the Office of the City Attorney.
COST SUMMARY/IMPLICATIONS
All positions reflected in this report are budgeted positions. Leaving positions vacant and
freezing certain positions provides some support of the budgeted assumptions for the vacancy
rate in departments.
SUSTAINABLE OPPORTUNITIES
Economic: There are no economic impacts associated with this informational report.
Environmental: There are no environmental impacts associated with this informational report.
Social Equity: There are no social equity impacts associated with this informational report.
For questions regarding this report, please contact Kip Walsh, Recruitment & Classification
Manager, at (510) 238-7334.
. . .
Respectfully submitted.

'JIM^EESE
ferim Director
Department of Human Resources Management
Prepared by:
'
Kip Walsh, Recruitment & Classification Manager

Attachments: A - Citywide Vacancies by Department


B - Positions Filled September 6, 2012 to April 8, 2013

Item:
Finance & Management Committee
June 11,2013

Attachment A

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

Vacancy

t^^tfcii^S;ATiM^SiE--B
CITY ADMIN
02971 - 2195
CITY ADMIN
02631 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02111
1010
CITY ADMIN
02811 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02851 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02991 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02111
1760
CITY ADMIN
02881 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02881 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02431 - 1770
CITY ADMIN
02431 - 1770
CITY ADMIN
02881 - 1010
CITY ADMIN
02421 - 1610
CITY ADMIN
02421 - 1610
CITY ADMIN
02421 - 1610
CITY ADMIN Total
CITY ATTORNEY 04311
1100
CITY ATTORNEY 04111
1010
TY ATTORNEY Total
DHRM
05211
1010
DHRM
05211
1010
DHRM Total
FINANCE
08222
1010
FINANCE
08222
1010
FINANCE
08751 - 7100
FINANCE
08261 - 1010
FINANCE
08261 - 1010
FINANCE
08721
1010
FINANCE
08111
1010
FINANCE
08211
1010
FINANCE Total
POLICE
106510 2411
POLICE
106510 1010
POLICE
103130 1010
POLICE
103130 1010
103130 1010
POLICE
102610 1010
POLICE
POLICE
102610 1010
POLICE
102610 1010
102610 1010
POLICE
POLICE
102610 1010
POLICE
102610 1010
POLICE
107511 1010
POLICE
107511 1010
POLICE
107511 1010
POLICE
107511 1010
POLICE
103310 1010
POLICE
103310 1010
POLICE
103310 1010
POLICE
103310 1010
POLICE
103310 1010
> POLICE
101130 1010
POLICE
103242 1010
102350 1010
POLICE
POLICE
107010 1010
POLICE
107110 1010
POLICE
107110 1010
POLICE
107510 2172
101110 1010
POLICE
103130 1010
POLICE

Admin Analyst 11, PPT


Administrative Analyst II
Assistant City Administrator
City Administrator Analyst
Financial Analyst, Principal
Graphic Design Specialist
Program Analyst III
Public Service Representative
Public Service Representative
Real Estate Agent
Real Estate Services Manager
Revenue Operations Supervisor
Urban Economic Analyst II
Urban Economic Analyst IV, Projects
Urban Economic Coordinator

AP102
API 06
EMI 28
MAI 09
AF041
AP191
SC204
S S I 69
SS169
AP308
EM201
SC213
AP346
AP350
SC231

TW1
TW1
UK1
U31
UM2
TW1
UM2
SD1
SD1
TF1
UM2
UH1
TW1
TW1
UM2

Deputy City Attorney V


Legal Administrative Assistant

EM136
SS133

U41
TW1

Human Resource Analyst (CONF)


Human Resource Technician

AP204
TC117

TA1
TW1

Accountant II
Accounting Supervisor
Administrative Services Manager 1
Budget & Operations Analyst III
Budget & Operations Analyst ill
Controller, Assistant
Exec Asst to Agency Director
Systems Accountant III

AF021
SC101
MAI 03
AF047
AF047
EM217
SSI 24
AF045

SD1
UH1
UM2
UM2
UM2
UM2
UM1
TW1

Account Clerk II
Accountant II
Animal Control Officer
Animal Control Officer
Animal Control Officer, P P T
Criminalist 1
Criminalist 1
Criminalist II
Criminalist II
Criminalist II
Latent Print Examiner III
Parking Control Technician
Parking Control Technician
Parking Control Technician
Parking Control Technician, P P T
Police Communications Dispatcher
Police Communications Operator
Police Communications Operator
Police Communications Operator
Police Communications Supervisor
Police Records Specialist
Police Records Specialist
Police Services Technician II
Police Services Technician II
Police Services Technician II
Police Services Technician II
Police Services Technician II
Public Information Officer II
Volunteer Program Specialist 11

AF020
AF021
PS 100
PS 100
PS 195
PS114
PS114
PS112
PS112
PS112
PS 188
TR164
TR164
TR164
TCI 34
PS 162
PS 163
PS163
PS 163
PS 164
SS165
SS165
PS 173
PS173
PS 173
PS 173
PS173
AP299
AP353

SD1
SD1
SCI
SCI
SCI
SD1
SD1
TW1
TW1
TW1
TW1
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SC1
UH1
SD1
SD1
SC1
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
TW1
TW1

1 of 6

0.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
14.50
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
2.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.80
0.80
1.00
0.50
0.80
6.90
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
20.00
1.00
1.00

33786.33786
32650.3927
34259.34259
34091.32721
33854.33854
33362.49
32570.32570
33554.2702
33557.3391
33292.5637
33926.33647
33855.33855
33111.31603
33444.124
33297.3827

3/1/2013
11/29/2011
7/1/2012
12/9/2012
7/1/2012
3/2/2013
9/2/2012
1/29/2013
2/15/2013
4/19/2013
5/10/2012
7/1/2012
4/19/2013
10/26/2012
12/21/2012

13456.13456
4912.4912

3/8/2013
.10/21/2012

26345.26345
28250.5740

3/1/2013
1/4/2013

28363.28363
34150.34150
34223.34223
32679.4929
33571.30632
34222.34222
.1053.1053
12220.1508

10/15/2010
7/1/2012
7/1/2012
2/3/2012
8/17/2012
7/1/2012
11/24/2012
11/23/2012

30705.30705
27528.27528
27505.1509
27506.2682
31420.30532
11747.11747
2067.2067
24459.21979
15095.15095
26910.26910
34230.34230
34187.2548
34197.30606
.34198.30731
34170.2183
1149.1149
33652.33652
33653.33653
33654.33654
19337.19337
22766.2275
9499.2370
22965.1279
29810.2689
29866.362
30028.28228
TBD
34231.34231
27516.19726

8/5/2011
3/19/2013
3/14/2011
8/5/2012
2/18/2011
8/17/2012
2/8/2013
6/9/2012
6/24/2012
6/15/2012
2/20/2013
1/4/2013
1/31/2012
11/18/2011
4/13/2012
11/14/2012
2/14/2013
5/10/2012
5/10/2012
1/4/2013
2/22/2013
2/22/2013
1/13/2013
3/2/2013
12/22/2012
2/28/2013
2/20/2013
2/13/2013
8/4/2012

i|

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

DERI
POLICE Total
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE.
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
, FIRE
FIRE

ORG

PFUND

20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20814- 1010
20311
1010
20711
2123
20711
2123
20711
2123
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
2412
20251
20251
2412
20251
3100
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411 , 1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010
20411
1010

Attachment A

J O B CLASSIFICATION TITLE

CLASS#' REP

PS 102
FQ1
Battalion Chief
PS 103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
Captain of Fire Department
PS 103 -FQ1
PS103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS 103
PS103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS103
PS 103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
Captain of Fire Department
PS 103
FQ1
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS 103
Captain of Fire Department
. PS103 FQ1
PS 104
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS 103
FQ1
Captain of Fire Department
PS117
Deputy Chief of Fire Department
UU1
Emergency Planning Coordinator, Sr ^ S C I 40 TW1
S C I 40 TW1
Emergency Planning Coordinator, Sr
Emergency Planning Coordinator, Sr
S C I 40 TW1
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
PS118
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
psri8
PS118
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
FQ1
PS118
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
PS118
PS119
FQ1
Engineer of Fire Department
Fire Communications Dispatcher
PS123
SCI
Fire Communications Dispatcher
PS123
SCI
PS123
SCI
Fire Communications Dispatcher
FQ1 .
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
FQT
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
Fire Fighter
PS 125
FQ1
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS 125
Fire Fighter
PS 125
FQ1
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS 125
PS 125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS 125
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS 125
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS125
FQ1
Fire Fighter
PS 125
2 of 6

REV
FTE
47.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
. 1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

POS#

Vacancy
Date

25211.1601
1269.1269
14098.2112
2270.2270
25192.5068
25217.6914
25219.12523
25276.5426
25340.21531
25364.436
25378.5782
33929.33635
32342.10539
16812.1390
24873.24873
31343.28480
34297.34297
34298.34298
12530.12530
14089.1838
14132.2166
25165.2630
25193.5070
25207.6013
25265.1743
25274.1157
25278.18310
25334.21549
32344.17268
401.401
939.939
2817.2817
22051.21598
22320.22320
22626.22416
24792.24792
25135.1476
.25143.1761
25154.1920
25185.5790
25200.5650
25206.5997
25216.10504
25317.3157
25318.5071
25321.2180
25322.2267
25327.3152
2563.2563
26296.2461
26301.22441
26570.1609
26572.5427
26574.3156
26577.3166
26582.5052
26586.810
26611.841
26631.3173

5/30/2010
12/20/2012
11/20/2012
12/24/2009
7/21/2012
3/18/2013
6/7/2012
11/25/2012
11/23/2011
2/18/2011
8/26/2011
10/2/2012
4/17/2012
2/11/2011 3/2/2013
8/25/2009
3/20/2013
3/20/2013
12/9/2011
12/30/2010
12/24/2011
9/1/2012
7/4/2012
10/22/2012
3/22/2013
2/18/2011
10/16/2012
5/11/2012
1/28/2011
1/18/2013
11/1/2012
11/29/2012 .
4/4/2012
' 12/23/2011
12/10/2010
4/1/2011
7/25/2012
5/13/2011
4/5/2013
12/23/2011
5/3/2012
5/1/2011
1/18/2013
12/16/2005
11/27/2011
4/1/2011
8/31/2012
5/2/2011
12/10/2010
4/1/2011
4/1/2011
12/14/2008
4/17/2009
9/29/2011
11/3/2009
2/22/2013
11/19/2012
12/22/2012
2/22/2012

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

Attachment A

|RE&
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE
FIRE Total
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC WORKS
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S
PUBLIC W O R K S

20411
20411
2081420814208142081420411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20341
20331
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411
20411

1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010

Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Fighter Paramedic
Fire Investigator
Fire Prevent Bureau Inspect, Civil
Lieutenant of Fire Department
Lieutenant of Fire Department
Lieutenant of Fire Department
Lieutenant of Fire Department
Lieutenant of Fire Department
Lieutenant of Fire Department

PS125
PS 125
PS125
PS125
PS125
PS125
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS 184
PS181
PS 142
PS 150
PS 150
PS150
PS 150
PS 150
PS 150

FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
S CI
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1
FQ1

30541 30541 30234 30232 30232 30232 30632 30632 30632 30633 30635 30635 30635 30635 30635 30635 30632 30244
30242
30689 30541 30232 30243 30232 30245 30242
30541 30651 30652 30541 30541 30541 30541 -

4100
4100
5510
3100
3100
3100
4400
4400
4400
4400
2310
2310
2310
4400
4400
4400
4400
3100
2211
4450
4100
7760
7760
7760
7760
2211
4100
4400
2310
4100
4100
4100
4100

Auto Equipment Mechanic


Auto Equipment Painter
Capital Improvement Project Coor
Construction Coordinator
Construction Coordinator
Construction Inspector, Sup II
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian
Custodian, PPT
Drafting Technician, Int (Office)
Drafting/Design Technician, Sr
Electrical Engineer II
Employee Fleet & Safety Coordinator
Engineer, Assistant II (Office)
Engineer, Assistant II (Office)
Engineer, Civil (Office)
Engineer, Civil (Office)
Engineer, Civil Supv (Office)
Equipment Supervisor
Facilities Complex Manager
Gardener Crew Leader
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Heavy Equipment Service Worker

TR100
TR101
SC112
SC251
SC251
SC244
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR120
TR121
ET110
ET109
TR125
SC240
ET113
ET113
ET116
ET116
ET119
S C I 46
MA110
TR140
TR148
TR148
TR148
TR147

SB1
SB1
UM2
TF1
TF1
UH1
SCI
SCI
SC1
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SD1
SD1
TF1
UM2
TF1
TF1
TF1
TF1
TM2
UH1
UM2
SCI
SB1
SB1
SB1
SCI

3 of 6

m^m
1.00

26640.2618
26645.3163
19448.821
26840.1815
26841.262
26842.1302
19342.2062
19345.14121
19356.14790
19358.1524
22333.21545
22342.21555
22347.3150
25282.10553
25285.14157
25314.10557
25315.2673
25316.3143
18302.18302
28094.21523
1795.1795
25136.1507
25184.5428
25231.1006
25234.5062
25365.1286

1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
85.00
1.00
24043.3592
1.00
24070.1239
1.00
31814.19887
1.00
31792.5886
1.00
31793.337
.1.00
31790.18370
1.00
24041.5093
24074.1321
1.00
1.00
32352.32352
1.00
24091.1846
1.00
23730.6261
1.00
23927.2379
1.00
23957.14904
1.00
24225.18711
1.00
24226.18712
1.00
24228.18714
0.89
25934.25934
1.00
31890.5089
1.00
31827.5783
1.00
31156.31156
1.00
31606.28231
1.00
32281.32281
1.00
32415.32415
1.00
32294.32294
1.00
32811.3433
1.00
31838.3417
1.00
23983.3605
1.00 264650.264650
1.00
32664.5154
1.00
24132.2656
1.00
24158.13129
1.00
24159.13151
1.00
24048.3601

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6/11/2011
7/2/2011
12/23/2012
12/1/2010
12/20/2011
4/6/2012
5/11/2009
10/31/2008
10/31/2008
1/18/2013
10/14/2011
4/6/2007
4/6/2007
1/24/2007
4/6/2007
4/1/2011
12/10/2010
10/7/2005
12/26/2012
1/20/2013
12/24/2011
1/6/2012
1/6/2012
4/3/2012
6/8/2012
6/8/2012

'
11/30/2012
12/26/2012
4/13/2012
8/10/2012
12/29/2012
11/19/2010
11/25/2012
6/30/2012
8/4/2011
5/13/2012
3/9/2012
2/23/2013
11/25/2012
5/13/2012
5/13/2012
5/13/2012
8/14/2012
7/1/2010
12/11/2010
7/16/2010
8/17/2012
7/1/2011
7/1/2011
6/2/2012
3/17/2013
12/30/2011
12/31/2012
7/1/2011
12/14/2012
12/28/2012
3/19/2013
3/17/2013
12/30/2011

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

JkbEi^n^liil

=fORGl !PFUND

PUBLIC W O R K S 30541 PUBLIC W O R K S 30634 PUBLIC WORKS 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30652 PUBLIC W O R K S 30652 PUBLIC W O R K S 30652 PUBLIC W O R K S 30684 PUBLIC W O R K S 30214PUBLIC WORKS 30245 PUBLIC WORKS 30683 PUBLIC W O R K S 30211
PUBLIC W O R K S 30232 PUBLIC W O R K S 30532 PUBLIC W O R K S 30534 PUBLIC WORKS 30534PUBLIC WORKS 30534 PUBLIC WORKS 30534 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30674 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC WORKS 30533 PUBLIC WORKS 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30533 PUBLIC W O R K S 30232 PUBLIC WORKS 30632 PUBLIC W O R K S 30632 PUBLIC WORKS 30633 PUBLIC WORKS 30634 PUBLIC WORKS 30672 PUBLIC W O R K S 30672 PUBLIC W O R K S 30672 JBLtC W O R K S Total
DIT
46521 DIT
46261 DIT .
46261 DIT
46251 DIT
46251 DIT
46321
DIT Total
C O M M S E R V S 47211 :OMM S E R V S Total
P A R K S & R E C 502332
P A R K S & R E C 501240
P A R K S & R E C 509290
P A R K S & R E C 502332
PARKS & R E C 502237
P A R K S & R E C 502350
P A R K S & R E C 504410
P A R K S & R E C 509237
P A R K S & R E C 509330
P A R K S & R E C 501270
P A R K S & R E C 502233

Attachment A

JOB CLASSIFICATIiMfifilift ic~s#

4100 Heavy Equipment Service Worker


4400 Maintenance Mechanic, P P T
3100 Management Assistant
1720 Park Attendant, PPT
2310 Park Equipment Operator
2310 Park Supervisor 1
3100 Program Analyst II
7760 Program Analyst III
5321 Program Analyst III
1720 Program Analyst III
5321 Project Manager II
5320 Project Manager II
3100 Public Works Maintenance Worker
2141 Public Works Maintenance Worker
2230 Public Works Maintenance Worker
2230 Public Works Maintenance Worker
2231 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1710 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1720 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1720 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1720 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1720 Public Works Maintenance Worker
1720 Public Works Maintenance Worker
3100 Sewer Maintenance Leader
^3100 Sewer Maintenance Leader
3100 Sewer Maintenance Planner
3100 Sewer Maintenance Worker
3100 Sewer Maintenance Worker
3100 Sewer Maintenance Worker
3100 Sewer Maintenance Worker
3100 Sewer Maintenance Worker
7760 Spatial Data Analyst III
4400 Stationary Engineer
4400 Stationary Engineer
4400 Stationary Engineer
4400 Stationary Engineer
1720 Street Sweeper Operator
1720 Street Sweeper Operator
1720 Street Sweeper Operator

TR147
TR204
AP235
S S I 57
TR162
SC193
AP293
SC204
SC204
SC204
EM211
EM211
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR174
TR175
TR175
TR206
TR176
TR176
TR176
TR176
TR176
AP327
TR178
TR178
TR178
TR178
TR181
TR181
TR181

4200
1010
1010
1010
7760
4200

Electronics Technician
Microcomputer Systems Spec III
Microcomputer Systems Specialist 1
Microcomputer Systems Specialist II
Microcomputer Systems Specialist II
Telecommunication Systems Engineer

TCI 07
AP241
AP242
AP243
AP243
AP339

2251

Program Analyst 1

AP292

1010
1820
2310
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1820
1010

Facility Security Assistant


Facility Security Assistant, P P T
Gardener Crew Leader
Recreation General Supervisor
Recreation Leader II, P P T
Recreation Leader II, P P T
Recreation Leader il, P P T
Recreation Leader II, P P T
Recreation Leader II, P P T
Recreation Program Director
Recreation Program Director

PS120
PS121
TR140
MAI 39
PP133
PP133
PP133
PP133
PP133
PP135
PP135

4 of 6

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SCI
1.00
SB1
0.50
UM2
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
UH1
1.00
TW1
1.00
UM2
1.00
UM2
1.00
UM2
1.00
UMl
1.00
UM1
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1:00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
.1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
TWl
1.00
. SCI
1.00
. SCI
1.00
S C I 1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
TWl
1.00
SB1 . 0.25
SB1
1.00
SB1
1.00
SB1
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00
. 70.64
SB1
1.00
TWl
1.00
TWl
1.00
TWl
1.00
T W l , 1.00
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1.00
6.00
TW1
1.00
1.00
SCI
1.00
SCI
0.75
SCI
1.00
UM2
1.00
SCI
0.75
SCI
0.75
SC1
0.75
SCI
0.75
SCI
0.75
SCI
1.00
SCI
1.00

POS#
24119.3603
32063.32063
34276.34276
24324.22113
23837.3676
23974.3699
33674.33674
34367.34367
31906.27705
33916.33916
34366.34366
32047.32047
24299.19829
23695.3495
23887.3488
23926.5462
32304.32304
23815.5109
'23786.1829
23862.1548
26106.2674
31295.6619
32061.1618
24019.217
24139.3518
34270.34270
24185.9994
24196.1817
24200.3535
32320.32320
32321.32321
32840.32295
32351.32351
24024.3623
24163.11063
24106.2129
23731.6324
23763.3555
23906.3550

Vacancy . .
.Date .
9/16/2012
7/1/2010
3/14/2013
8/10/2009
12/31/2011
8/3/2012
7/1/2012
3/27/2013
12/12/2011
9/17/2012
3/27/2013
8/24/2010
2/17/2013
12/10/2011
2/17/2013
11/11/2012
12/15/2011
7/15/2012
8/31/2012
9/15/2012
9/2/2012
11/25/2012
9/4/2012
1/20/2013
10/15/2011
9/17/2012
2/17/2013
1/8/2012
8/4/2012
11/11/2012
6/10/2012
7/1/2011
7/1/2011
1/26/2013
1/22/2013
5/13/2012
5/11/2012
12/30/2011
7/11/2010

31207.1078
31218.10374
32955.32955
33589.33357
33766.32298
32956.32956

8/5/2012
10/14/2012
1/31/2012
1/31/2012
7/17/2012
2/15/2013

33858.28607

8/22/2012

32934.32189
26434.26434
28324.15462
34217.32186
30342.30342
33620.33620
31041.30345
30517.30517
28410.28410
32877.32204
26188.26188

12/8/2011
7/6/2009
7/8/2012
10/18/2011
1/18/2013
5/4/2012
8/17/2012
11/9/2012
10/15/2010
10/28/2011
11/9/2012

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

DEPT
;0RG"'
P A R K S & R E C 502331
P A R K S & R E C 504410
P A R K S & R E C 502310
P A R K S & R E C 502332
P A R K S & R E C 502340
ARKS & REC Total
LIBRARY
61132 LIBRARY
61313
LIBRARY
61321
LIBRARY
61212
LIBRARY
61243
LIBRARY
61243
LIBRARY
61132LIBRARY
61231
LIBRARY
61331
LIBRARY
61332
LIBRARY
61339
LIBRARY
61132LIBRARY
61321
LIBRARY
61333
LIBRARY
61121
LIBRARY
61121
LIBRARY Total
DHS
78311 DHS
75231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
78241
DHS
78231
DHS
78231
DHS
75231
DHS
78111
DHS Total
DPBNP
84411 DPBNP
84431 DPBNP
84421 DPBNP
84211 DPBNP
84454DPBNP
84412DPBNP
84211 DPBNP
84211 DPBNP
84421 DPBNP
84452 DPBNP
84452 DPBNP
84454 84454DPBNP
DPBNP Total
DHCD
89949 DHCD
89919DHCD
89929 DHCD
89929 DHCD
89929 -

PFUND
1010
1010
1010
1820
1010

Attachment A

J O B CLASSIFICATION j l T L E
Recreation Program Director
Recreation Program Director
Recreation Specialist II, PPT
Recreation Specialist II, PPT
Recreation Leader II, PPT

PP135
PP135
PP138
PP138
PP133

IREPI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI
SCI

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1010
2241
2241
1010
1010
1010
2241
2241
2241
2241
2241
2241
1010
2241
2241
2241

Librarian II
Librarian II. PPT
Librarian, Supervising PPT
Library Aide
Library Aide
Library Aide
Library Aide, PPT
Library Aide, PPT
Library Aide, PPT
Library Aide, PPT
Library Aide, PPT
Library Assistant
Library Asst, PPT
Library Asst, PPT
Museum Guard
Storekeeper II

AP217
AP218
S C I 73
AP221
AP221
AP221
AP222
AP222
AP222
AP222
AP222
AP223
AP227
AP227
PS 155
SSI 87

SD1
SD1
UH1
SD1
SD1
SD1
SD1
SD1
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SCI
UH1

2251
2128
2128
2605
2128
2128
2128
2128
2128
2128
2128
2605
2102
2128
2605
2128
2159

Administrative Assistant 1, P P T
Case Manager II
Child Education Coordinator
Data Entry Operator
Early Childhood Center Director
Early Childhood Center Director
Early Childhood Center Director
Early Childhood Instructor
Early Childhood Instructor
Early Childhood Instructor
Early Childhood Instructor
Early Childhood Instructor
Food Program Coordinator, P P T
Food Service Worker
Head Start Supervisor
Nurse Case Manager
Program Analyst II, PPT . .

S S I 03
API 27
PP108
SS117
PP113
PP113
PP113
PP114
PP114
PP114
PP114
PP114
S C I 52
TR137
S C I 60
AP263
AP358

SDl
TWl
UH1
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
UHl
TWl
TWl

2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415
2415

Deputy Director/Building Official


Engineer, Civil (Office)
Engineer, Civil Supv (Office)
Graphic Delineator
Manager, Building Services
Office Assistant II
Planner 1
Planner II
Process Coordinator II
Specialty Combination Insp, Senior
Specialty Combination Inspector
Specialty Combination Inspector
Specialty Combination Inspector

EMUS
ET116
ET119
TC110
EM 173
S S I 53
, AP269
AP272
AP290
IS120
IS119
IS119
IS119

UMl
TF1
TM2
SDl
UMl
SDl
TWl
TWl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl
SDl

2108
2109
1610
1610
2612

Community Dev Prgm Coordinator


Development/Redevelopment Pgrm MGI
Housing Development Coordinator III
Housing Development Coordinator III
Housing Development Coordinator 111

SC121
EM233
API 99
A P I 99
A P I 99

TW1
UM2
TWl
TWl
TWl

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0.50
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.75
13.75
1.00
0.80
0.80
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.80
0.60
0.60
0.60
0.60
1.00
,0.00
0.60
1.00
0.50
11.90
0.80
1.00
1.00
1.00
0.80
0.90
0.90
0.80
0.80
0.90
0.90
1.00
1.00
0.89
1.00
. 1.00
1.00
15.69
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
13.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00

27397.18762
27473.27473
23580.20695
32940.4868
32941.31089

Vacancy |
:Date-':- \l
12/14/2008
2/1/2009
1/4/2013
12/21/2012
12/8/2011

27996.6838
1221.1221
33919.3741
30306.30306
,14602.3744
3743.3743
28010.4858
32819.15692
19042.19042
15439.15439
31010.31010
28012.26557
28023.11974
19559.19559
32637.218
32754.3579

12/21/2012
1/4/2013
7/1/2012
3/16/2012
10/12/2012
10/12/2012
7/31/2009
12/21/2012
9/7/2006
12/9/2011
8/24/2011
12/23/2008
10/12/2012
1/31/2008
7/14/2012
12/28/2012

33432.27993
3810.3810
5607.5607
32712.32712
5284.5284
3724.3724
3726.3726
13475.13475
30714.30714
10575.10575
3703.3703
32209.32209
2847.2847
33867.2491
31501.31501
2859.2859
32843.32843

7/6/2012
6/29/2011
11/14/2012
8/23/2011
12/31/2008
12/28/2012
8/27/2012
10/24/2012
10/24/2012
4/7/2011
6/1/2011
8/27/2012
3/8/2004
7/1/2012
7/8/2011
12/23/2011
7/19/2012

33780.33640
33207.3432
33386.17477
33385.32387
34151.34151
33264.5624
33394.25780
33160.18480
33195.10458
33389.32359
33806.5309
33256.2327
33830.18248

3/31/2013
12/28/2012
8/17/2011
2/28/2013
2/4/2013
1/18/2013
6/15/2012
1/20/2013
8/3/2012
2/23/2012
8/8/2012
6/22/2012
3/29/2013

33084.24902
33605.31540
33320.18847
33321.289
33322.3796

6/1/2012
12/28/2012
7/27/2012
3/16/2012
9/17/2012

Attachment A

Vacancies by Department as of 04/08/13

g|Vacancy|[M
DHCD
DHCD Total

89969 -

2413

AP293

Program Analyst 11

6 of 6

TWl

1.00
6.00

33375.17923

10/3/2011

NEW HIRES
September 6, 2012 to April 8, 2013
DEPT
Library
City Council
City Council
City Council
City Administrator
Fire
City Administrator
City Attorney
Fire
Fire
DHRM
DIT
City Clerk
Library '
Library
Police
. Police
Police
Police
Police
Mayor
City Attorney
DHRM
Mayor
City Council
Parks & Rec
City Administrator
DHRM
Fire
Police
City Council
DHS
Library
Parks & Rec
Fire
Police
Police
Police
Parks & Rec
Parks & Rec
Finance
City Administrator
DHRM
City Auditor
Police
Library
DPBNP
Library
Finance
Public Works
Public Works
DPBNP
DHS
Fire
Public Works
Public Works
City Administrator
Fire
Fire

TITLE
Account Clerk 111
City Council P S E 14
City Council PSE-51
Council Member
Director of Development
Emergency Planning Coordinator
Equal Opportunity Specialist
Exec Asst to City Attorney
Fire Communications Dispatcher
Fire Communications Dispatcher, Sr
Human Resource Technician
Information Systems Supervisor
Legislative Recorder
Librarian 1
Librarian II
Police Communications Dispatcher
Police Communications Operator
Police Officer (PERS)
Police Records Specialist
Police Services Manager 1
Special Assistant to the Mayor 1
Exempt Limited Duration Employee
Exempt Limited Duration Employee
Exempt Limited Duration Employee
City Council P S E 14, P P T
Recreation Attendant II, P P T
Human Resource Analyst, Senior
Human Resource Technician
Administrative Assistant 1, PT
Animal Care Attendant, PT
City Council P S E 14, PT
Custodian, PT
Library Assistant, PT
Lifeguard, PT
Office Assistant 11, PT
Parking Control Technician, PT
Police Cadet, PT
Police Officer Trainee
Recreation Leader 1, PT
Recreation Specialist 11, PT
Senior Aide, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
General Fund (subtotal)
Account Clerk III
Archivist

Buyer
Chief of Party_
Custodial Services Supervisor 1
Deputy Director, Comm & Econ Dev
Early Childhood Instructor
Emergency Planning Coordinator
Engineer, Assistant 11 (Field)
Engineer, Assistant II (Office)
Exec Asst to Asst City Administrator
Fire Communications Dispatcher
Fire Division Manager

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ATTACHMENT B

FUND
1010
1010/1610
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010/1610
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010
1010

FT/PT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
LD
LD
LD
PPT
PPT
PROV
PROV
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT

EXEMPTION*
Operations
Legal
Legal
Legal
Revenue
Operations
Operations
Legal
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Legal
Operations
Operations
Operations
Legal
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Legal
Operations
Operations.
Operations
Operations
Revenue
Operations
Operations
Revenue
Revenue
Legal
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations

2415
2241
4550
3100
4400
2415
2128
2123
2211/3100
7760/1750
1610/2415
2412
2250

FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT

Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Grant
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations

NEW HIRES
September 6, 2012 to April 8, 2013
DEPT
Police
DHS
Public Works
Library
Public Works
Public Works
DPBNP
DHS
Public Works
Public Works
Public Works
DIT
Mayor
Public Works
Police
Public Works
Library
Library
Parks & Rec
DPBNP
Library
Parks & Rec
City Administrator
DHCD
DHS
DHS
DHS
Fire
Public Works
Public Works
City Administrator
DHCD
DHCD
DHS
DPBNP
Public Works
Public Works
Parks & Rec

TITLE
Forensic Technician
Health & Human Svcs Prgm Planner
Heavy Equipment Service Worker
Librarian 1
Maintenance Mechanic
Management Intern
Office Assistant II
Program Analyst 1
Program Analyst II
Public Service Representative
Sewer Maintenance Leader
Spatial Data Analyst III
Special Assistant to the Mayor II
Street Sweeper Operator
Crossing Guard, PT
Custodian, PT
Librarian 1, PT
Library Aide, PT
Lifeguard, PT
Planning Intern, PT
Program Analyst 1, PT
Recreation Aide, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Student Trainee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee. PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Temp Contract Svcs Employee, PT
Van Driver, PT
Non-General Fund (subtotal)

QTY
FUND
1
2112
1
2112
1
4100
1
2241
1
4400
3
1720
1
2415
1
2128
1
2990
1
7760
2
3100
1
7760
1 1760/1610
1
1720
3
2416
5
4400
1
2241
14
2241
4
1820
1
2415
1
2241
1
1820
5671
3
1
2108
1
1780
7
2128
4
2605
1
2123
5
1720
3
2211
1
1760
1
2413
1 1610/2109
1
2128
1
2415
1
7760
1 2211/2230
2
1820
100

Grand Total

169

ATTACHMENT B

FT/PT
FT .
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
FT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT
PT

*HIRING FREEZE EXEMPTION CATEGORIES


Legal - the position Is required to meet federal, state, or local mandates;
Operations - ttie position is budgeted and Is necessary to ensure provision of critical City services or operations;
Revenue - ttie position is part of a program or activity ttiat Is revenue-generating and fully cost-covering;
Grant - ttie position is necessary to carry out programs supported by grants.

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EXEMPTION*
Grant
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Grant
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Revenue
Operations
Operations
Revenue
. Operations
Grant
Grant
Grant
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Operations
Grant
Grant
Grant
Operations
Operations
Operations
Revenue