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Introduced Version Senate Resolution 5 History

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SENATE RESOLUTION NO. 5

(By Senator Helmick)


Authorizing the appointment of employees for the Senate for the two thousand nine regular sixty-day session of the seventy-ninth Legislature, commencing Wednesday, February 11, 2009, and payment of their compensation.

Resolved by the Senate:
That the Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate is hereby authorized to appoint employees to receive the per diem compensation, as herein provided, during this regular sixty-day session of the seventy-ninth Legislature, and any extension thereof as follows:
Twenty-six Class I secretaries at a rate of sixty-five dollars to eighty-three dollars per diem;
Ten Class II secretaries at a rate of sixty-seven dollars to eighty-three dollars per diem;
Nine Class III secretaries at a rate of sixty-nine dollars to seventy-five dollars per diem;
Six Class IV secretaries at a rate of seventy-one dollars to seventy-eight dollars per diem;
Seven legislative analysts at a rate of sixty dollars to eighty-three dollars per diem;
Twelve legal counselors at a rate of one hundred eighty dollars to two hundred twenty-five dollars per diem; assignments and salary to be determined by the President of the Senate;
Two bill and journal clerks to the Senate Clerk at a rate of sixty-five dollars per diem;
Six proofreaders at a rate of sixty dollars to sixty-six dollars per diem;
One journal room supervisor at a rate of one hundred six dollars per diem;
One assistant journal room supervisor at a rate of eighty dollars per diem;
Nine journal and bill room clerks at a rate of sixty dollars to seventy-three dollars per diem;
One Sergeant at Arms at a rate not to exceed one hundred fifty-four dollars per diem;
One chief assistant Sergeant at Arms at a rate of seventy- four dollars per diem;
Six assistants to the Sergeant at Arms at a rate of fifty- five dollars to seventy-two dollars per diem;
One Doorkeeper at a rate of one hundred twelve dollars per diem;
One chief assistant Doorkeeper at a rate of sixty-six dollars per diem;
Eight assistants to the Doorkeeper at a rate of fifty-five dollars to sixty-eight dollars per diem;
One information clerk at a rate of seventy-five dollars per diem (thirty-seven dollars and fifty cents per diem paid by House of Delegates);
Seven messengers at a rate of fifty-five dollars to sixty- five dollars per diem;
One head page at a rate of sixty-four dollars per diem;
One assistant head page at a rate of sixty dollars per diem;
One recording system operator at a rate of eighty-two dollars per diem;
One duplicating machine operator at a rate of sixty-three dollars per diem;
One parking coordinator at a rate of ninety-six dollars per diem (forty-eight dollars per diem paid by House of Delegates);
The Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such per diem staff personnel during any session of the Legislature as shall be needed in addition to staff personnel authorized by this Senate resolution adopted during any such session. The Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such staff personnel between sessions of the Legislature as shall be needed, the compensation of all staff personnel during and between sessions of the Legislature, notwithstanding any such Senate resolution, to be fixed by the President of the Senate. In all such cases, the Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to supervise and dismiss such staff personnel ; and, be it
Further Resolved, That the appointment of salaried full-time employees of the Senate for the year two thousand nine and their compensation, at the following amounts per month, for such periods of time as they are employed in the positions designated, is hereby authorized, as follows:
Clerk$7,729.17
Assistant Clerk 4,854.17
Executive Secretary to Clerk 3,041.67
Fiscal Officer 4,125.00
Assistant Fiscal Officer 3,208.34
Administrative Secretary 2,958.34
Technical Support 2,541.67
Administrative Assistant to President 5,645.84
Administrative Assistant to President 3,625.00
Executive Secretary to President 2,895.84
Secretary to Majority Leader 2,083.34
Secretary to Minority Leader 2,270.84
Deputy Clerk 4,854.17
Legislative Assistant III 3,645.84
Legislative Assistant II 3,208.34
Legislative Assistant II 2,895.84
Legislative Assistant I 2,291.67
Legislative Assistant I 2,291.67
Attorney 7,041.67
Attorney 6,833.34
Attorney 6,083.34
Attorney 5,833.34
Attorney 5,770.84
Attorney 5,458.34
Budget Analyst to Finance Committee 4,250.00
Legislative Analyst 3,041.67
Legislative Analyst 2,937.50
Legislative Analyst 2,541.67
Legislative Analyst 2,500.00
Secretary to Finance Committee Chairman 3,000.00
Secretary to Government Organization Committee 2,520.84
Secretary to Health and Human Resources Committee 2,500.00
Administrative Assistant/Staff Secretary
to Judiciary Committee 2,750.00
Secretary to Judiciary Committee 2,520.84
Committee Support 2,583.34
Supervisor, Materials & Supplies 3,645.84
Communications Clerk 3,000.00
Mail/Supply Clerk 2,770.84
Chief Custodian 3,104.17
Custodian 2,000.00
Custodian 1,541.67
The Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such full-time staff personnel during any session of the Legislature as shall be needed in addition to staff personnel authorized by this Senate resolution adopted during any such session. The Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to employ such staff personnel between sessions of the Legislature as shall be needed, the compensation of all staff personnel during and between sessions of the Legislature, notwithstanding any such Senate resolution, to be fixed by the President of the Senate. In all such cases, the Clerk of the Senate, with the approval of the President of the Senate, or the President of the Senate shall have authority to supervise and dismiss such staff personnel.
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