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One appointed employee position may be filled by the judge of probate which position shall be designated chief clerk. Two appointed employee positions may be filled by the revenue commissioner which positions shall be designated chief clerk of collections and chief appraiser. Three appointed employee positions may be filled by the sheriff which positions shall be designated chief deputy, chief jailer, and chief of the civil division. The following shall be appointed contract employees: County administrator, emergency management director, juvenile detention director, personnel director, building official, clerk/treasurer, county engineer, development and environmental director, budget director, and communication and information systems director. Each of the appointed contract employees shall be employed under contract with the commission. Each contract shall include at a minimum the following provisions:
(1) A provision for termination and severance.
(2) A job description for the position.
(3) An annual written evaluation to be reviewed with the employee and retained by the commission in the employee's personnel file.
(4) A provision that the contract will be nonbinding on the successor commission after each four-year election; however, the contracts must be cancelled or continued within 90 days of the successor commission taking office.
(5) A provision that any appointed contract employee employed by the county commission may not be subject to any action to cancel or not to renew the contract or in any other manner dismiss or terminate the contract employee except by a three-fourths vote of the elected members of the county commission.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Alabama Code Title 45. Local Laws § 45-2-120.12 - last updated January 01, 2019 | https://codes.findlaw.com/al/title-45-local-laws/al-code-sect-45-2-120-12/
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