The Civil Service Board is comprised of five members. As outlined in the St. Charles Parish Home Rule Charter, the objective of the board is to represent the public interest in matters of personnel administration in the services of parish government. The board advises and assists the parish president with reference to the maintenance and improvement of personnel standards and the parish classified system.
The board also advises and assists classified employees in reference to maintenance, improvement and administration of personnel matters. The board also makes investigation at the direction of the parish president, personnel officer or upon its own motion concerning the administration of personnel standards or the compliance with the civil service rules and regulations.
The board will review, and if necessary, modify the civil service rules and regulations, conduct investigations and act upon complaints by or against any officer or employee in the classified service. The board adopts, alters, amends and promulgates the civil service rules and regulations, adopts and maintains a classification and pay plan, makes reports to the parish president regarding general or special matters of personnel administration and performs other policy making or quasi-judicial duties that may be required under the St. Charles Parish civil service rules and regulations.
To be eligible for appointment to serve as a member of the Civil Service Board, a person shall be a citizen of the United States, be a qualified parish voter and shall reside within the parish for a period of five years prior to assuming office. Members cannot serve any position or hold elected office in parish government. The term of office for all members is three years.
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