Friday, November 9, 2018

Town Administrator Search Committee - Nov 14, 5:45 PM

Town Administrator Search Committee 
Wednesday, November 14, 2018 - 5:45 PM

Municipal Building
355 East Central Street
2nd Floor, Room 205

Agenda


This meeting may be recorded.

1. Human Resources Director Karen Bratt - Review search process to date
2. Consider candidacy of the Deputy Town Administrator
3. Consider process for qualified candidates
4. Next meeting


This is a meeting of the Franklin Town Council Sub-Committee; under the Open Meeting Law, this subcommittee is a separate "public body" from the Town Council. Therefore, unless the Town Council has separately noticed and posted its own meeting, Councilors who are not members of this subcommittee will not be permitted to speak or otherwise actively participate in this meeting, although they may attend and observe. This prohibition is necessary to avoid the potential for an Open Meeting Law Violation.

This was shared from the Town of Franklin page
http://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/agendas/town_administrator_search_committee_meeting_agenda_11-14-18.pdf

For reference - The Role of the Town Council
http://www.franklinma.gov/sites/franklinma/files/uploads/role.pdf


From Article Four of the Town Code   https://ecode360.com/14797436

Section 1 - Appointment and qualifications

4-1-1
The Town Council, by a majority vote of its full membership, shall appoint a Town Administrator who shall administer and implement the directives and policies adopted by the Town Council. The Council shall fix the Administrator's compensation within the limits of an appropriation adopted for that purpose. The salary, benefits, and terms and conditions of employment and the procedures for dismissal shall be negotiated between the Town Council and the Administrator.

4-1-2
In seeking candidates for the Administrator's post, the Town Council shall advertise in appropriate professional journals and other suitable publications as deemed necessary. The Town Administrator need not be a resident of the town at the time of appointment but shall establish residence within the town within one year following appointment, unless the town council shall waive such residency requirement. If a resident of the Town, the successful candidate shall have held no elective town office for a period of one year prior to appointment.

4-1-3
The Administrator shall be appointed on the basis of educational, executive and administrative qualifications and experience, including at least a bachelor's degree in an appropriate field of study from an accredited four-year college or university. Professional experience shall consist of at least three (3) years of full-time, compensated service in town or town administration or related administrative activity.

Town Administrator Search Committee - Nov 14, 5:45 PM
Town Administrator Search Committee - Nov 14, 5:45 PM

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