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Is this position directly responsible to the superintendent or assistant superintendent? Yes--the superintendent. There are three people in the district office: superintendent, secretary/HR, business manager.

Is this position responsible for compliance with local, state, and federal HR regulations? Don't believe so. That is the superintendent, but he does have her prepare many of the required state and federal reports.

Does this position require specialized trainmen in HR? No. She has, at this point, attended at least one seminar on HR stuff, and several trainings on state reporting requirements for attendance.

Is this position responsible for contractual compliance? No.

Is the person in this position involved in union negotiations? She took minutes the first year negotiations were held, but no involvement since.

Does this position have administrative / supervisory responsibilities? No.

Does the person in this position participate in screening, interviewing, or evaluating candidates? She reviews application packets to ensure completeness and answers applicant questions on the fingerprinting requirements (where to go, how to set up the appointment, how to submit). She ensures that teacher credentials are on file and up-to-date. There is no other involvement with hiring of any personnel--teacher or otherwise.

Did the person in this position replace someone who held this position for many years as the responsibilities expanded? She did replace a very senior (30+ years) district secretary/HR person when that person retired. After 3 years, the pay of the person in question has exceeded the pay of the previous person by almost 12%.

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