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Posted on: June 9, 2017

Marysville openings on Civil Service and Salary Commissions

Are you a Marysville resident who wants to serve your community? The City is accepting applications to fill openings on its Civil Service Commission and Salary Commission. 


To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume by June 30 to April O’Brien, Deputy City Clerk, City of Marysville, 1049 State Ave., Marysville WA 98270, or by emailto aobrien@marysvillewa.gov


Civil Service Commission: Responsible for adopting rules for the regulation of personnel administration within the Marysville Police Department. Oversees the recruitment and selection processes including a competitive testing program to determine the qualifications of persons interested in such employment. Meets monthly, at 9:30 a.m. on the third Wednesday of the month, at Marysville City Hall.

By state law, Civil Service Commissioners must be U.S. citizens, residents of the City of Marysville for three years, and qualified to vote in Snohomish County. The Commission has three members who are appointed by the Mayor and serve six-year terms. Due to a recent resignation, this appointment will complete an unexpired term ending in March 2018. 

 

Salary Commission: Reviews the salaries paid to elected officials, including the Mayor and City Council members, and determines appropriate increases or decreases in salary. Meets annually as necessary. 

 

Members must be Marysville residents. The Commission has seven members who are appointed by the Mayor and serve three-year terms. This appointment is for a full term ending in June 2020. 

 

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