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Applicants Sought For Citizen Commission On Elected Salaries

Tacoma, United States – January 8, 2012: Skyline of downtown Tacoma consisting of office buildings, condominiums, the Washington State History Museum, the Museum of Glass and Union Station.

The City of Tacoma is looking for applicants with a background working in human resources management to fill a position on the Citizen Commission on Elected Salaries. This position is appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council.

The Citizen Commission on Elected Salaries determines the compensation of the Mayor and Council Members. The Commission meets quarterly in one or more regular or special meetings to carry out its duties.

The Commission is comprised of seven members appointed as follows: Five of the seven Commission members shall be selected by lot by the County Auditor from among those registered Tacoma voters eligible to vote at the time the persons are selected for appointment to the Commission. One member is selected from each of the City’s Council districts. The remaining two of the seven Commission members must be residents of the City of Tacoma and shall be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the Council. One person shall have experience in human resource management.  The second person shall have experience in the legal profession.

Applications are due by end of day August 16, 2022, and may be submitted via email to Monica Rutledge at [email protected] or sent USPS to the following address: Human Resources Department, Attn: Monica Rutledge, 747 Market Street, Rm 1420, Tacoma, WA 98402.

To apply, please download the application and email the completed application to Monica Rutledge at [email protected]  For questions about the application process, to request the application in an alternate format or to submit additional documents, please contact Monica Rutledge, Human Resources Department, at (253) 591-5469 or [email protected]oftacoma.org.

For additional information on the Citizen Commission on Elected Salaries, please visit this page. You can also contact Assistant Human Resources Director Kari Louie at (253) 591-5419 or [email protected]

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