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1. The personnel advisory board and its functions, duties and powers prescribed in this chapter is transferred by type III transfer to the office of administration.
2. The personnel advisory board shall consist of seven members. Four members of the board shall be public members, citizens of the state who are not state employees or officials, of good character and reputation, who are known to be in sympathy with the application of merit principles to public employment. Two members shall be employees of state agencies covered by section 36.030 or section 36.031, one a member of executive management, and one a nonmanagement employee. The state equal employment opportunity officer shall be a member of the board. No member of the board, during the member's term of office, or for at least one year prior thereto, shall be a member of any local, state or national committee of a political party or an officer or member of a committee in any partisan political club or organization, or hold, or be a candidate for, a partisan public office. An employee member who leaves state employment or otherwise fails to further qualify for the appointment shall vacate the position.
3. The members of the board shall be appointed by the governor by and with the advice and consent of the senate. The three current members of the board serving terms which expire July 31, 1998, July 31, 2000, and July 31, 2002, shall continue to serve for the terms for which they were previously appointed. One new public member shall be appointed for a term ending July 31, 1998, one employee member shall be appointed for a term ending July 31, 2000, and one employee member shall be appointed for a term ending July 31, 2002. Thereafter, appointments of all members shall be for terms of six years. Any vacancy shall be filled by an appointment for the unexpired term. Each member of the board shall hold office until such member's successor is appointed and qualified.
4. A member of the board is removable by the governor only for just cause, after being given a written notice setting forth in substantial detail the charges against the member and an opportunity to be heard publicly on the charges before the governor. A copy of the charges and a transcript of the record of the hearing shall be filed with the secretary of state.
5. Each public member of the board shall be paid an amount for each day devoted to the work of the board which shall be determined by the commissioner of administration and filed with the reorganization plan of the office of administration; provided, however, that such amount shall not exceed that paid to members of boards and commissions with comparable responsibilities. All board members are entitled to reimbursement for necessary travel and other expenses pertaining to the duties of the board. Duties performed for the board by any employee member of the board shall be considered duties in connection with the appointment of the individual, and such employee member shall suffer no loss of regular compensation by reason of performance of such duties.
6. The board shall elect from among its membership a chairman and vice chairman, who shall act as chairman in the chairman's absence. It shall meet at the times and places specified by call of the chairman, the governor, or the director. At least one meeting shall be held every three months. All regular meetings are open to the public. Notice of each meeting shall be given in writing to each member by the director. Two members shall constitute a quorum until January 1, 1997, thereafter, four members shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of official business.
7. To assist in the performance of its duties the board may employ staff from funds appropriated for this purpose; provided, however, that this provision shall not be interpreted to limit the ability of the personnel director to provide assistance to the board.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Missouri Revised Statutes Title IV. Executive Branch § 36.050. Advisory board, members, appointment, terms, removal, compensation - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/mo/title-iv-executive-branch/mo-rev-st-36-050/
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