§ 6.10.120. Standby pay.  


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  • A.

    Except as otherwise provided in this section, a $.25-per-hour bonus not to exceed a maximum of $50.00 per month total may be paid to any person assigned regularly scheduled periods of standby service at off-duty times, which assignments cause inconvenience and restrict normal activity during such off-duty periods.

    B.

    In lieu of the bonus provided for in subsection A of this section above, an hourly bonus in the amounts designated in this subsection B may be paid to any person designated herein whenever such person is assigned regularly scheduled periods of standby service at off-duty times, which assignments cause inconvenience and restrict normal activity during such off-duty times.

    1.

    A one-dollar-per-hour bonus not to exceed $200.00 per month total for any person employed in a full-time permanent position in one of the following classes:

    Item No. Title
    5174 Supervising Nurse-Anesthetist
    5284 Principal Mental Health Counselor, RN
    5314 Assistant Nursing Director I
    5320 Assistant Nursing Director II

     

    2.

    A $1.00 per hour bonus not to exceed $200.00 per month total for any person employed in a full-time position of Physician Assistant (Item No. 5047), Senior Physician Assistant (Item No. 5051) or Physician Assistant, Emergency Care Trainee (Item No. 5048).

    3.

    A $1.50 per hour bonus for any permanent, full-time employee of the Health Investigative and Support Services Unit (Unit 331) who is assigned regularly scheduled periods of standby service at off-duty times.

    C.

    Assignment to such standby service requires the prior annual authorization of the chief administrative officer, and payment of the bonus for standby service requires the finding of the chief administrative officer that said service meets the standards set forth in this section.

    D.

    This section shall not apply to the following:

    1.

    Administrative and managerial positions;

    2.

    Physicians;

    3.

    Safety retirement members;

    4.

    Persons residing in county-owned buildings;

    5.

    Fire dispatchers;

    6.

    Training positions, such as students, interns and resident physicians;

    7.

    Noncompetitive positions;

    8.

    Without-compensation positions.

(Ord. 2010-0018 § 3, 2010; Ord. 2001-0086 § 1, 2001: Ord. 6222 Ch. 1 Art. 6 § 106, 1953.)