Tumwater Civil Service Commission
The Tumwater Civil Service Commission is established by State statute under RCW 41.08, 41.12, to administer civil service law, which covers all full-time positions in the police and fire departments. The Civil Service Commission organized under TMC 2.68, consists of three Mayor-appointed commissioners, that serve six-year terms.
Powers and duties of the Commission include establishment and administration of Civil Service Rules and regulations in compliance with State law, and governing recruitment, testing, appointments, disciplinary actions, appeals and hearings. The major activity of the Commission relates to the administration of rules and examinations. Commissioners are required to have been residents of the City for a period of at least three years immediately preceding appointment.
|1. Eric Trimble, Chair
|2. Margaret Bean, Vice Chair||12/31/2018|
|3. Simon Tee
Heidi Behrends Cerniwey, Assistant City Administrator/Civil Service Examiner, (360) 754-4128 or email email@example.com
Civil Service Commission Meetings
|09-13-2018||Committee||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)|
||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)
|05-17-2018||Committee||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)||Minutes|
|04-12-2018||Committee||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)||Minutes|
|03-16-2018||Committee||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)||Minutes|
|01-11-2018||Committee||Agenda & Items (Staff Reports)||Minutes|
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