1 DIVISION 4 EMPLOYMENT GENERAL Chapter 1 Classified Civil Service 2 Salary Standardization for Employees in Classes of Positions Under the Control of the City Council Except Firemen and Policemen 2.5 Classification and Salary Standardization of Attorney Personnel in the Office of City Attorney 3 Salary Standardization for Firefighters and Policemen 4 Payroll and Reimbursements 5 Reimbursement for Certain Expenses Incurred by City Employees 6 Vacations Leaves of Absence 7 Miscellaneous Provisions 8 Employer Employee Relations 9 Compensation Plan for Department of Water and Power 10 Retirement Benefits and Conditions of Entitlement (Adopted Under the Authorization of Charter Section 1168) 11 Health and Welfare Programs for Retired Civilian Employees 11.5 Health Insurance and Other Benefits for Fire and Police Pension Plans 12 Salaries of Elected Officials 13 Administrative Determinations 14 Deferred Compensation Plan 15 Implementation of Internal Revenue Code Section 414(h)(2) 16 Pension Savings Plan for Part-time, Seasonal and Temporary Employees 17 Reimbursement of Training Costs 18 Excess Benefit Plan 18.5 Limited Term Retirement Plan 19 Changes to Maintain Tax Qualified Status for the Fire and Police Pension Plans Tiers 3 and 4 20 Fire and Police Pension Plan Tier 5 21 Deferred Retirement Option Plan 22 Miscellaneous Fire and Police Pension Plan Provisions CHAPTER 1 CLASSIFIED CIVIL SERVICE
2 Article 1 Examinations 2 Promotions 3 Status and Seniority 4 Certification and Appointment 5 Rules of Board of Civil Service Commissioners 6 Employees Exempt from Classified Civil Service 7 Offices and Positions Not Exempt from Classified Civil Service 8 Removal, Discharge or Suspension 9 Employee Station During Transfer or Consolidation of Governmental Functions, or Subsequent to Acquisition of Utility 10 Restoration of Persons Suspended for Lack of Work, Lack of Funds, or Abolishment of Position ARTICLE 1 EXAMINATIONS Sec Qualifications. Based on Charter Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Veterans Credits. Base on Charter, Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Notice. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Register of Eligibles. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Prohibited Acts. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 2 PROMOTIONS Sec Promotions Board Rules.
3 Based on Charter, Sec Amended by: Title and Section, Ord. No. 158,965, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 3 STATUS AND SENIORITY Sec Transfers. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 4 CERTIFICATION AND APPOINTMENT Sec Procedures to Be Followed. Based on Charter, Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff ; Subsec. (b), Ord. No. 158,965, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Notice to Board of the Civil Service Commissioners. Based on Chapter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Prohibited Acts. Based on Charter, Sec 119. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 5 RULES OF BOARD OF CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSIONERS Sec Leaves, Transfers, Reinstatement, Tenure. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 6 EMPLOYEES EXEMPT FROM CLASSIFIED CIVIL SERVICE
4 Sec Applicability. Based on Charter, Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 139,315. Eff , showing Charter Sec. 111 as amended at the Primary Nominating Election held , and Eff ; Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Inclusion of Previously Exempt Employees. Based on Charter Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 7 OFFICES AND POSITIONS NOT EXEMPT FROM CLASSIFIED CIVIL SERVICE Sec General Managers of Certain Departments. Based On Charter, Sec /2 Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 8 REMOVAL, DISCHARGE OR SUSPENSION Sec For Cause. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Claims for Compensation. Based on Charter, Sec /2. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Violations of Charter. Based on Charter, Sec 124. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 9 EMPLOYEE STATION DURING TRANSFER OR CONSOLIDATION OF GOVERNMENTAL FUNCTIONS, OR SUBSEQUENT TO ACQUISITION OF UTILITY
5 Sec Inclusion in Classified Civil Service. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Utilities Acquired by City. Based on Charter, Sec Amended by: Ord. No. 154,252, Eff Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 10 RESTORATION OF PERSONS SUSPENDED FOR LACK OF WORK, LACK OF FUNDS, OR ABOLISHMENT OF POSITION Sec Board of Civil Service Commissioners to Make Rules. Based on Charter, Sec Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Fire and Police. Based on Charter, Sec /2. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper CHAPTER 2 SALARY STANDARDIZATION FOR EMPLOYEES IN CLASSES OF POSITIONS UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE CITY COUNCIL EXCEPT FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN Article 1 Non-applicability of Chapter Definitions 2 Classification for Classes of Positions Under the Control of the City Council Except Firemen and Policemen 3 Compensation Plan 4 Service Ratings 5 Applicable Salary Rates Upon Change of Status 6 Maintenance Allowance 7 Compensation to Employees Injured in Course of Employment 7.1 Reimbursement for Lost or Damaged Property of City Employees 8 Hours of Work 9 Legal Holidays and Open and Closed Days for City Offices 10 Leaves of Absence 11 Establishment of New Positions and Employment of Personnel 12 General Provisions ARTICLE 1
6 NON-APPLICABILITY OF CHAPTER DEFINITIONS Section 4.41 Non-applicability of Chapter Definitions of Terms Definitions of Section Headings, Tenses, Gender and Number References. Sec Non-Applicability of Chapter. None of the provisions of this chapter shall apply to any person employed in the Fire Department of the City of Los Angeles who has been duly and regularly appointed under civil service rules and regulations to perform the duties of a regular fireman, or to any person employed in the Police Department of the City of Los Angeles who has been appointed under civil service rules and regulations and sworn in as provided by law to perform the duties of a regular police officer. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 89,934. Sec Definitions of Terms. The words and terms defined in this section shall have the following meanings in this chapter and in any other chapter or ordinance classifying and fixing the salaries and compensation or authorizing employment of personnel in any department, bureau or office of the City of Los Angeles: (a) (b) Charter when used alone means the City Charter of the City of Los Angeles. Council when used alone means the City Council of the City of Los Angeles. (c) City Service or Service of the City means all positions in all departments, bureaus and offices as herein defined, that are subject to control and regulation by the City Council of the City of Los Angeles. (d) Department means any department, bureau or office of the government of the City of Los Angeles, except those departments, which under the Charter, have control of their own definite revenues or funds. (e) Classified Service means all positions in the City service except those specifically placed in the exempt service as provided in the Charter. (f) Exempt Service means all positions in the City service not subject to the Civil Service provisions requiring competitive tests of fitness for appointment and such other provisions, as by their terms, apply specifically to competitive positions alone. All such positions, however, shall be subject to all the provisions of this chapter insofar as consistent with the Charter. (g) Series means one or more occupational or family groups having classes of positions with duties substantially similar in nature and character, such classes being placed in the respective groups to aid in the process of classification, in determining and fixing compensation and in administering the City classification and compensation plan. (h) Group means a major subdivision of a series including one or more classes of positions in an associated craft, occupation, profession or functional activity. (i) Class or Class of Positions means a definitely recognized kind of employment in the City service designed to embrace all positions sufficiently similar in respect to the duties and responsibilities therefor in which: (a) (b) (c) the same requirements as to education, experience, knowledge and ability are demanded of incumbents; the same tests of fitness may be used in choosing qualified appointees; the same schedule of compensation may be made to apply with equity. (j) Title, Class Title or Title of Class means the designation given or name applied by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners to a class or to each position allocated to a class and to the legally appointed incumbent of each position allocated to the class. Its meaning is set forth in the corresponding general duties statement and the class specification, and it is always to be used and understood in that sense, even though it may previously have had a broader, narrower or different significance. (k) Position means any office or place of employment or two or more of such offices or places of employments, the duties of which call for
7 services to be rendered by one person. (l) Employee means a person legally occupying a position in the City service. (m) Allocation means the official determination of the class in which a position shall be deemed to exist and the assignment of an individual position to an appropriate class. (n) Reallocation means a reassignment or change in allocation, of an individual position by raising it to a higher class, reducing it to a lower class, or moving it to another class at the same level on the basis of significant changes in the kind, difficulty or responsibility of duties performed in such position. (o) Classification Plan means an orderly arrangement of positions under separate and distinct classes so that each class will contain all those positions which are sufficiently similar in respect to the duties and responsibilities to meet the requirements of Section 1003 of the Charter, such Classification Plan being established and maintained by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners as provided in said section of the Charter. (p) Compensation Plan means the salaries established by ordinance for the several classes of positions recognized in the Classification Plan, so that all positions of a given class or pay grade will be paid the same salary or according to the same salary range established for the class or pay grade. (q) Compensation means the salary, wage, allowances, and all other forms of valuable consideration, earned by or paid to any employee by reason of service in any position, but does not include any allowances for expenses authorized and incurred as incidents to employment. (r) Appointing Authority means any person or group of persons, including any Board, Commission, General Manager, or other officer having the power by law or ordinance, to make an appointment to any position in a specified department of the City of Los Angeles. (s) Department Personnel Ordinance means the ordinance or ordinances passed by the City Council authorizing the employment of a specified number of personnel in each class and setting up the class codes and titles applicable therefor in the respective departments, bureaus and offices of the City, such classes, class codes and titles being named and listed in the salary standardization ordinance. (t) Continuous Service means service without break or interruption during which the employee has been employed by the City. In computing continuous service for the purpose of this chapter, neither military leaves nor leaves of absence on account of illness, whether with or without pay, shall be construed as a break or interruption of service. Other absences or suspensions, aggregating in excess of ninety (90) days in any period of twelve (12) months, including layoffs on account of lack of work, lack of funds, or abolishment of positions, shall be construed as breaking continuous service. For purposes of determining eligibility for military leave with pay as provided in Sections and of this Code, service in the recognized military service prior to employment with the City shall be counted as continuous service. (u) War Duration Personnel means any employee filling temporary positions authorized by the Council for a period not to extend beyond the date on which hostilities in any war shall have cased as fixed either by proclamation of the President of the United States or by concurrent resolution of the two houses of Congress of The United States and six (6) months thereafter. (v) Military Leave Positions when used in this chapter and in the department personnel ordinance, means those positions from which any employees are absent on military leave pursuant to provisions of Section 1023 of the City Charter. (w) Schedule A when used in this chapter means the Salary Classification Plan for all positions for all departments in City service except firemen and policemen. (x) (y) FLSA means the Fair Labor Standards Act; FLSA Non-Exempt Employee means an employee who is covered by the overtime provisions of the Fail Labor Standards Act; (z) FLSA Exempt or Salaried Employee means an employee who is not covered by the FLSA overtime provisions as determined by the General Manager of the Personnel Department; (aa) FLSA Excluded Employees means an employee who is not subject to any FLSA provisions as determined by the General Manager of the Personnel Department; (bb) FLSA Overtime means hours worked in excess of 40 hours in a workweek or in excess of any other standard defined by the FLSA, by a FLSA Non-Exempt Employee; (cc) Non-FLSA Overtime means any hours credited towards overtime pursuant to the Los Angeles Administrative Code which is in excess of FLSA overtime; (dd) (ee) Workweek means a recurring period of seven consecutive days (168 hours); Hours Worked means any hours that an employee is required or permitted to be working by the employee's chief administrative officer of
8 the department or a supervisor delegated the responsibility by such officer; (ff) Compensatory Time Off means accumulated hours for overtime worked. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Subsec. (s), Ord. 117,872; Subsec. (t), Ord. No. 145,801, Eff ; Subsec. (p), Ord. No. 148,563, Eff , Oper ; Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ; Subsecs. (x) - (ff) added, Ord. No. 175,048, Eff Sec Definitions of Section Headings, Tenses, Gender and Number References. The words and terms defined in this section shall have the following meanings in this chapter and in any other ordinance classifying and fixing the salaries and compensation of positions in any department in the City Service. (a) Section Headings. Section headings contained herein shall not be deemed to govern, limit, modify or in any manner affect the scope, meaning or intent of any section hereof. (b) (c) (d) (e) Tenses. The present tense includes the past and future tenses; and the future, the present. Shall and May. Shall is mandatory and May is permissive. Masculine Gender. The masculine gender includes the feminine and neuter. Number. The singular number includes the plural, and the plural the singular. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. ARTICLE 2 CLASSIFICATION FOR CLASSES OF POSITIONS UNDER THE CONTROL OF THE CITY COUNCIL EXCEPT FIREMEN AND POLICEMEN Section 4.49 Proposal to Change Allocation and Reallocation of Positions Amendment and Maintenance of Classification Plan Official Copy of Class Specification in Classification Plan Classification of Positions in the Exempt Service Allocation and Reallocation of Positions to Classes Interpretation of Class Specifications Use of Class Titles of Positions Declaration of Policy on Adjustments to Classification Plan. Sec Divisions of City Service. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,791, Eff Sec Exempt and Classified Services. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 89,934. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,791, Eff
9 Sec Classification by Board of Civil Service Commissioners. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Repealed by Ord. No. 173,791, Eff Sec Proposal to Change Allocation and Reallocation of Positions. It shall be the duty of the General Manager of the Personnel Department to bring to the attention of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners recommendations concerning the allocation or reallocation of any existing position to a different class in the Classification Plan, whenever in his judgment such allocation or reallocation is necessary to comply with Charter Section Such reports and recommendations of the said General Manager, submitted for action to the Board of Civil Service Commissioners, shall be set for public hearing at the conclusion of which the Board of Civil Service Commissioners shall determine what modifications or amendments, if any, should be made in the Classification Plan. Prior to such hearing a report setting forth the proposed amendments or modifications of the Classified Plan shall be transmitted to any departments in which positions will be affected if the proposed change be made. No modification or amendment of the Classification Plan shall be made unless the appointing authority of the department concerned has been given notice and afforded opportunity to make such recommendations as may be deemed warranted. The hearing herein provided may be set for any regular or special meeting of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners, provided that the notices herein required to be given shall be given at least ten (10) days prior to the time set for such hearing. At any such hearing it shall be competent for any employee or group of employees affected by the proposed change to present any protests or recommendations in connection therewith and the same shall be considered by said Board of Civil Service Commissioners together with any recommendation of any appointing authority. A report setting forth any amendments or modifications of the Classification Plan which the Board of Civil Service Commissioners proposes to make shall be transmitted to the City Council and shall thereupon automatically stand referred to the Personnel Committee. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 90,377; Ord. No. 150,582, Eff , Oper ; Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Amendment and Maintenance of Classification Plan. (a) Where the City Council after receipt of the request and the reports for which Section of this Code provides, takes action to create any new position or positions to the Board of Civil Service Commissioners shall proceed to classify such position or positions; and in so doing shall consider the report and recommendations of the General Manager of the Personnel Department, thereafter amending the Classification Plan, if necessary, as a result of the creation of such positions. (b) Whenever any request is made for materially altering the duties required of any position in the Classified Civil Service the same procedure shall be followed as in the case of establishment of a new position. (c) In addition to the reports required by Section of this Code the City Council may require such other and additional reports as deemed necessary from the Director of the Office of Aministrative and Research Services or the General Manager of the Personnel Department, or from any office or department of the City. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 90,377; Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Official Copy of Class Specification in Classification Plan. (a) The General Manager of the Personnel Department shall prepare and maintain a written specification for each class of positions and such class specifications when approved and adopted by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners shall constitute the official specifications of classes in the City service. Such specifications shall be based on study of the duties and responsibilities of all positions in the City service and after conference with the appointing authorities, the principal supervisory officials and the employees concerned or their duly accredited representatives. Each class specification shall set forth the title of the class, a general statement of duties, a statement of distinguishing features of the work, examples of duties of positions in a class, a statement of qualifications necessary and desirable for efficient performance of the work and such other pertinent information as the Board of Civil Service Commissioners deems appropriate. (b) The official copy of the specification for each class of positions shall be maintained in the office of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners and shall indicate the date of adoption or last revision or amendment or the specification for each class. The official copy of the specifications shall be open to inspection by the employees and the public under reasonable conditions at all times during business hours. Duplicates of the official copy of any class specification shall be made available to the Council, to any appointing authority and employee and to persons seeking employment in the City service or to any other persons interested.
10 (c) (None.) (d) The official copy of the specifications for each class of positions shall be maintained in the office of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners and shall indicate the date of adoption or last revision or amendment of the specification for each class. The official copy of the specifications shall be open to inspection by the employees and the public under reasonable conditions at all times during business hours. Duplicates of the official copy of any class specification shall be made available to the Council, to any appointing authority and employee and to persons seeking employment in the City service or to any other persons interested. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Subsec. (c), repealed by Ord. No. 145,522, Eff Sec Classification of Positions in the Exempt Service. The provisions under Section 4.49 to 4.56 inclusive of this chapter shall apply to all positions in the Exempt Service. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Sec Allocation and Reallocation of Positions to Classes. The allocations of all positions in the departments of the City service as classified by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners under specific classes in the Classification Plan and as listed in Schedule C, are hereby adopted. Schedule C naming and listing the positions provided and established by the Council under class titles in the Classification Plan shall be in the custody of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners and shall be currently maintained by the said Board of Civil Service Commissioners in accordance with any amendments to the Classification Plan as provided under Section 4.50 of this Code and pursuant to the provisions of Section 1003 of the Charter, provided that the Council and any appointing authority and any employee or his representative shall be permitted to consult Schedule C during business hours at reasonable length under conditions prescribed by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Notifying Employees of Official Allocation or Reallocation of Position; Protests. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. 90,377. Repealed by Ord. No. 173,791, Eff Sec Interpretation of Class Specifications. The class specifications are descriptive and explanatory and not restrictive. They are intended to indicate the kinds of positions that should be allocated to the various classes and shall not be construed as declaring to any extent or in any way what the duties and responsibilities of any position shall be, or as limiting or modifying the power of any appointing authority to assign duties to, and to direct and control the work of, employees under his supervision, provided that no employee shall be regularly assigned to a class of position having duties and responsibilities which differ substantially as to kind, character and importance from those of his class. The use of a particular expression, or illustration as to duties shall not be held to exclude others not mentioned that are of similar kind or quality. In determining the class to which any position should be allocated, the specification of each class shall be considered in its entirety and in relation to others in the Classification Plan. Consideration shall be given to the general duties, specific tasks, responsibilities, qualifications desired, and relation to other classes. The statement of qualifications in the specification for any class, as interpreted herein, constitutes a guide for the establishment of minimum qualifications, if any, for examination purposes, for the tests to be included in the examinations for the class, and for the evaluation of the qualifications of applicants by the Board of Civil Service Commissioners. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Sec Use of Class Titles of Positions.
11 Pursuant to Section 1003 of the Charter, the title or the appropriate code number of a class to which any position is allocated shall be used to designate the position in making requests for appropriation of funds for personal services, in the budgets submitted to the Mayor and the City Council, on all payrolls and all other records and communications of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners, the Controller, the Treasurer and all reports and payrolls providing for the payment of personal services and dealing with recruitment, promotion, leaves of absence and other personnel activities. For purposes of internal administration or for any other purpose not involving personnel processes covered by Article X of the Charter, the standard code designation for each class of position as set out in Schedule A may be used where in the judgment of the Board of Civil Service Commissioners and the Controller such action is necessary or desirable. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Sec Declaration of Policy on Adjustments to Classification Plan. It is hereby declared to be the policy of the Council that adjustments in personnel authority or salary amendments to reflect changes in the Classification Plan or changes in pay grades, shall be made only once each fiscal year. In accordance with this policy, any request for adjustments or changes which is forwarded to the Council pursuant to the provisions of Section 4.49 of this Code shall be reviewed by the Director of the Office of Aministrative and Research Services and submitted with his recommendations as part of the proposed budget. Emergency requests for adjustments to the Classification Plan, or requests for new positions pursuant to the provisions of Section of this Code, may be submitted and considered at any time, notwithstanding the above provisions of this section. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 103,534; Ord. No. 146,255, Eff ; Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper ARTICLE 3 COMPENSATION PLAN Section 4.61 Adoption of Classification and Compensation Plan [Rate of Compensation for Acting Incumbent to Office of Controller or City Attorney.] Supervision Differential Index to Classes of Salary 4.67 Interpretation and Application of Compensation Plan Adjustment on Amendment to the Compensation Plan Procedure for Adjusted Compensation Basis for Payment Exclusions from Adjusted Compensation Adjusted or Additional Compensation Equipment Mechanic Apprenticeship Program Premium Pay for Persons Possessing Bilingual Skills Premium Pay for Persons Possessing Sign Language Skills. Sec Schematic Compensation Plan for the City Service. Based on Ord. No. 89,100. Amended by: Ord. No. 127,154; Ord. No. 140,559, Eff , Oper ; Ord. No. 140,617, Eff ; Ord. No. 140,593, Eff ; Ord. No. 147,674, Eff , Oper ; Subsec. (b), Ord. No. 148,563, Eff , Oper ; Ord. No. 173,308, Eff , Oper Repealed by Ord. No. 173,791, Eff Sec Adoption of Classification and Compensation Plan. The following classes of positions are hereby created in the City service and the Code numbers, titles and salaries or salary ranges as hereinafter set forth are hereby fixed for such classes of positions. Such schedules of classes, together with the codes, titles, salary ranges or salaries shall constitute the salary Classification Plan for all positions for all departments in said City service and shall be known as Schedule A. Wherever in this Code the term Schedule A is used, it shall be deemed to mean and refer to the Schedule A in this section.
12 [NOTE: The MOU and Ordinance numbers referenced below in Schedule A set forth the most current salary range or salary for the position indicated.]class CodeClCl SCHEDULE "A" Class Salary Range: MOU No. or Class Title Code Ordinance No. [Schedule A ] Director MOU 36 A 2208 Academy Trainee 182, Access Services Analyst 182, Accountant I MOU Accountant II MOU Accounting Aide MOU Accounting Clerk I MOU Accounting Clerk II MOU Accounting Records Supervisor I MOU Accounting Records Supervisor II MOU A ADA Compliance Officer A 182, B ADA Compliance Officer B 182, Administrative Aide II MOU Administrative Analyst I MOU Administrative Analyst II MOU Administrative Assistant, Commission for Children, Youth and Their Families 182, Administrative Coordinator Controller 182, Administrative Coordinator Mayor 182, Administrative Deputy Controller 182, Administrative Hearing Officer MOU Administrative Intern I MOU Administrative Intern II MOU Administrative Secretary 182, Administrative Trainee (Half-time) 182, Advance Practice Provider Correctional Care I MOU Advance Practice Provider Correctional Care II MOU Agricultural Land Developer MOU Air Conditioning Mechanic MOU Air Conditioning Mechanic Supervisor MOU Air Conditioning Mechanic Supervisor I MOU Air Conditioning Mechanic Supervisor II MOU Air Conditioning Technical Advisor MOU Airport Aide 182, Airport Assistant Police Chief 182, Airport Engineer I 182, Airport Engineer II 182, Airport Environmental Manager I MOU Airport Environmental Manager II MOU Airport Guide I MOU Airport Guide II MOU Airport Information Aide MOU Airport Information Specialist I MOU Airport Information Specialist II MOU Airport Manager I MOU Airport Manager II MOU Airport Manager III MOU Airport Police Captain I MOU Airport Police Captain II MOU 40
13 3232 Airport Police Chief 182, Airport Police Lieutenant MOU Airport Police Officer I MOU Airport Police Officer II MOU Airport Police Sergeant MOU Airport Safety Officer MOU Airport Superintendent of Operations I MOU Airport Superintendent of Operations II MOU Airport Superintendent of Operations III MOU Airports Maintenance Superintendent MOU Airports Maintenance Supervisor I MOU Airports Maintenance Supervisor II MOU Airports Maintenance Supervisor III MOU Airports Public and Community Relations Director I MOU Airports Public and Community Relations Director II MOU Animal Care Technician MOU Animal Care Technician Supervisor MOU Animal Collection Curator 182, Animal Control Officer I MOU Animal Control Officer II MOU Animal Keeper MOU Animal License Canvasser MOU Applications Programmer MOU Aquarist I 182, Aquarist II 182, Aquarium Educator I MOU Aquarium Educator II MOU Aquatic Director MOU Aquatic Facility Manager I MOU Aquatic Facility Manager II MOU Aquatic Facility Manager III MOU Architect MOU Architectural Associate I MOU Architectural Associate II MOU Architectural Associate III MOU Architectural Associate IV MOU Architectural Drafting Technician MOU H Architectural Drafting Technician - Harbor MOU Archivist I MOU Archivist II MOU Art Center Director I MOU Art Center Director II MOU Art Center Director III MOU Art Curator MOU Art Instructor MOU Art Instructor I MOU Art Instructor II MOU Art Instructor III MOU Art Instructor - As Needed MOU Arts Associate MOU Arts Manager I MOU Arts Manager II MOU Arts Manager III MOU Asphalt Plant Operator I MOU Asphalt Plant Operator II MOU Asphalt Plant Supervisor MOU Asset Manager MOU Assistant Chief Grants Administrator MOU Assistant Chief Legislative Analyst 182, Assistant City Administrative Officer 182,202
14 0553 Assistant City Attorney MOU Assistant City Attorney MOU Assistant City Economic Development Economist 182, Assistant City Librarian MOU Assistant Communications Cable Worker MOU Assistant Communications Electrician MOU Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Building I MOU Assistant Deputy Superintendent of Building II MOU Assistant Director Bureau of Contract Administration MOU Assistant Director Bureau of Sanitation MOU Assistant Director Bureau of Street Lighting MOU Assistant Director Bureau of Street Services MOU Assistant Director City Economic Development Office 182, Assistant Director of Finance MOU Assistant Electrical Tester MOU Assistant Executive Director, Commission for Children, Youth and Their Families 182, Assistant Executive Director, Human Relations Commission 182, Assistant Gardener MOU Assistant General Manager Aging MOU Assistant General Manager Airports 182, Assistant General Manager Animal Services MOU Assistant General Manager Community Development MOU Assistant General Manager Convention Center MOU Assistant General Manager Cultural Affairs MOU Assistant General Manager El Pueblo Historical Monument MOU Assistant General Manager Emergency Preparedness MOU Assistant General Manager Environmental Affairs 182, Assistant General Manager General Services Department MOU Assistant General Manager Information Technology Agency MOU Assistant General Manager LACERS MOU Assistant General Manager Los Angeles Fire and Police Pensions 182, Assistant General Manager Los Angeles Housing Department MOU Assistant General Manager Neighborhood Empowerment MOU Assistant General Manager Personnel Department 182, Assistant General Manager Recreation and Parks MOU Assistant General Manager Transportation MOU Assistant Inspector General MOU Assistant Inspector I MOU Assistant Inspector II MOU Assistant Inspector III MOU Assistant Inspector IV MOU Assistant Park Services Attendant I MOU Assistant Park Services Attendant II MOU Assistant Retirement Plan Manager MOU Assistant Secretary to Councilmember 182, Assistant Secretary to Mayor 182, Assistant Signal Systems Electrician MOU Assistant Street Lighting Electrician MOU Assistant Treasurer MOU Assistant Tree Surgeon MOU Assistant Youth Employment Specialist II 182, Assistant Youth Employment Specialist III 182, Associate City Economic Development Economist 182, Associate Zoning Administrator MOU Associate Zoo Curator of Birds MOU Astronomical Lecturer MOU Astronomical Observer MOU Audio Visual Technician MOU Auditor I MOU 1
15 Auditor II MOU Auto Body Builder and Repairer MOU Auto Body Builder and Repairer MOU F Auto Body Repair Supervisor I MOU G Auto Body Repair Supervisor I MOU Auto Body Repair Supervisor II MOU M Auto Body Repair Supervisor II MOU Auto Electrician MOU Auto Electrician MOU Auto Painter MOU Auto Painter MOU Automotive Dispatcher I MOU Automotive Dispatcher II MOU Automotive Engineer I MOU Automotive Engineer II MOU Automotive Supervisor MOU A Automotive Supervisor - Airports MOU Automotive Supervisor MOU Avionics Specialist MOU 2 B 1759 Background Investigation Manager 182, Background Investigator I MOU Background Investigator II MOU Background Investigator III MOU Banning Residence Museum Director MOU Battery Technician MOU Benefits Specialist MOU Bindery Equipment Operator I MOU Bindery Equipment Operator II MOU Bindery Worker MOU Blacksmith MOU H Blacksmith - Harbor MOU Boat Captain I MOU H Boat Captain I - Harbor MOU Boat Captain II MOU H Boat Captain II - Harbor MOU Book Repairer MOU Building Civil Engineer I MOU Building Civil Engineer II MOU Building Construction and Maintenance General Superintendent I MOU Building Construction and Maintenance General Superintendent II MOU Building Construction and Maintenance Superintendent MOU Building Electrical Engineer I MOU Building Electrical Engineer II MOU Building Electrical Engineering Associate I MOU Building Electrical Engineering Associate II MOU Building Electrical Engineering Associate III MOU Building Electrical Engineering Associate IV MOU Building Inspector MOU Building Maintenance District Supervisor MOU Building Mechanical Engineer I MOU Building Mechanical Engineer II MOU Building Mechanical Engineering Associate I MOU Building Mechanical Engineering Associate II MOU Building Mechanical Engineering Associate III MOU Building Mechanical Engineering Associate IV MOU Building Mechanical Inspector MOU Building Operating Engineer MOU A Building Operating Engineer - Airports MOU 9
16 Building Repairer I MOU Building Repairer II MOU Building Repair Supervisor MOU Bus Operator MOU Bus Operator Supervisor MOU 12 C 3343 Cabinet Maker MOU Cable Television Production Manager I 182, Cable Television Production Manager II 182, Cable Television Production Manager III 182, Calligrapher MOU Camp Manager MOU Camp Repairer MOU Carpenter MOU Carpenter Shop Supervisor MOU Carpenter Supervisor MOU Carpentry Technical Advisor MOU Carpet Layer MOU Cartographer MOU Cash Management Officer I 182, Cash Management Officer II 182, Cement Finisher MOU Cement Finisher Supervisor MOU Cement Finisher Worker MOU Channel Traffic and Information Coordinator MOU Chemist I MOU Chemist II MOU Chief Accountant Controller MOU Chief Administrative Analyst 182, Chief Administrative Assistant to Mayor 182, Chief Airport Safety Officer 182, Chief Airports Engineer I MOU Chief Airports Engineer II MOU Chief Assistant City Attorney MOU Chief Auditor Controller I MOU Chief Auditor Controller II MOU Chief Benefits Analyst MOU Chief Building Operating Engineer MOU A Chief Building Operating Engineer - Airports MOU Chief Clerk MOU Chief Clerk City Attorney MOU Chief Clerk Personnel 182, Chief Clerk Police MOU Chief Communications Operator MOU Chief Construction Inspector MOU Chief Creative Services Division MOU A Chief Custodian Supervisor - Airports MOU Chief Custodian Supervisor I MOU Chief Custodian Supervisor II MOU Chief Demand Auditor MOU Chief Deputy Controller MOU Chief Election Assistant 182, Chief Election Clerk 182, Chief Electrical Inspector MOU Chief Environmental Compliance Inspector I MOU Chief Environmental Compliance Inspector II MOU Chief Executive Assistant to Mayor 182, Chief Financial Officer MOU Chief Forensic Chemist I MOU 17
17 Chief Forensic Chemist II MOU Chief Grants Administrator 182, Chief Harbor Engineer MOU Chief Heating and Refrigeration Inspector I MOU Chief Heating and Refrigeration Inspector II MOU Chief Helicopter Pilot 182, Chief Information Officer MOU Chief Inspector MOU Chief Inspector MOU Chief Internal Auditor MOU Chief Investment Officer MOU Chief Legislative Representative 182, Chief Management Analyst MOU Chief of Airport Planning I MOU Chief of Airport Planning II MOU Chief of Aviation Technology MOU Chief of Operations I MOU Chief of Operations II MOU Chief of Parking Enforcement Operations MOU Chief of Staff, Mayor 182, Chief of Transit Programs MOU Chief Park Maintenance Supervisor MOU Chief Park Ranger MOU Chief Personnel Analyst 182, Chief Plumbing Inspector MOU Chief Police Psychologist MOU Chief Port Pilot I MOU Chief Port Pilot II MOU Chief Proctor I 182, Chief Proctor II 182, Chief Real Estate Officer I MOU Chief Real Estate Officer II MOU Chief Safety Engineer Elevators MOU Chief Safety Engineer Pressure Vessels MOU Chief Security Officer I MOU Chief Security Officer II MOU Chief Special Investigator MOU Chief Street Services Investigator I MOU Chief Street Services Investigator II MOU Chief Tax Compliance Officer I MOU Chief Tax Compliance Officer II MOU Chief Tax Auditor 182, Chief Transportation Investigator MOU Chief Veterinarian MOU Chief Wharfinger I MOU Chief Wharfinger II MOU Chief Zoning Administrator MOU Child Care Associate I MOU Child Care Associate II MOU Child Care Coordinator 182, Child Care Center Director I MOU Child Care Center Director II MOU Child Care Program Manager MOU Choral Accompanist 182, Choral Conductor 182, City Attorney Accounting Clerk MOU City Attorney Administrative Coordinator I MOU City Attorney Administrative Coordinator II MOU City Attorney Administrative Coordinator III MOU City Attorney Administrative Coordinator IV MOU 1
18 0566 City Attorney Chief Administrative Assistant MOU City Attorney Chief Investigator MOU City Attorney Financial Manager MOU City Attorney Investigator I MOU City Attorney Investigator II MOU City Attorney Investigator III MOU City Attorney Personnel Aide I 182, City Attorney Personnel Aide II 182, City Attorney Senior Accountant MOU City Attorney Senior Personnel Analyst 182, City Attorney Senior Systems Analyst I MOU City Attorney Senior Systems Analyst II MOU City Attorney Systems Analyst II MOU City Interdepartmental Coordinator I MOU City Interdepartmental Coordinator II MOU City Planner MOU City Planning Associate MOU Civil Engineer MOU A Civil Engineer - Airports MOU Civil Engineering Associate I MOU Civil Engineering Associate II MOU Civil Engineering Associate III MOU Civil Engineering Associate IV MOU Civil Engineering Drafting Technician MOU A Civil Engineering Drafting Technician MOU Clerk MOU Clerk Precinct Board 182, Clerk Stenographer MOU Clerk Typist MOU Clinical Assistant MOU Clinical Coordinator MOU Commission Executive Assistant I MOU Commission Executive Assistant II MOU Commission Hearing Examiner 182, Commissioner 182, Commissioner 182, Communications Cable Supervisor I MOU Communications Cable Supervisor II MOU Communications Cable Supervisor III MOU Communications Cable Worker MOU Communications Electrician MOU Communications Electrician Supervisor MOU Communications Engineer MOU Communications Engineering Associate I MOU Communications Engineering Associate II MOU Communications Engineering Associate III MOU Communications Engineering Associate IV MOU Communications Information Representative I MOU Communications Information Representative II MOU Communications Information Representative III MOU Community Affairs Advocate MOU Community and Administrative Support Worker I MOU Community and Administrative Support Worker II MOU Community and Administrative Support Worker III MOU Community Arts Director 182, Community Housing Programs Manager MOU Community Police Aide 182, Community Program Assistant I MOU Community Program Assistant II MOU Community Program Assistant III MOU 1
19 2500 Community Program Director MOU Community Services Representative MOU Computer Graphic Artist I MOU Computer Graphic Artist II MOU Computer Operator MOU Computer Operator I MOU Computer Operator II MOU Concessions Manager MOU Construction and Maintenance Superintendent 182, Construction and Maintenance Supervisor I MOU Construction and Maintenance Supervisor II MOU Construction Estimator MOU Construction Equipment Service Supervisor MOU Construction Equipment Service Worker MOU Construction Equipment Service Worker MOU Construction Inspector MOU A Construction Inspector - Airports MOU Container Crane Mechanic MOU Contract Administrator MOU Contract Compliance Program Manager I MOU Contract Compliance Program Manager II MOU Control Systems Engineer MOU Control Systems Engineering Associate I MOU Control Systems Engineering Associate II MOU Control Systems Engineering Associate III MOU Control Systems Engineering Associate IV MOU Controller Audit Analyst MOU Convention Center Building Superintendent I MOU Convention Center Building Superintendent II MOU Cook I MOU Cook II MOU Correctional Nurse I MOU Correctional Nurse II MOU Correctional Nurse III MOU Council Aide I 182, Council Aide II 182, Council Aide III 182, Council Aide IV 182, Council Aide V 182, Council Aide VI 182, Council Aide VII 182, Council Phone and Voic Technician MOU Craft Trainee (Building Repair) 182, Craft Trainee (Communications) 182, Craft Trainee (Equipment Mechanic) 182, Craft Trainee (Machinist) 182, Crane Maintenance Supervisor MOU Crime and Intelligence Analyst I MOU Crime and Intelligence Analyst II MOU Criminalist I MOU Criminalist II MOU Criminalist III MOU Critical Incident Stress Management Program Coordinator MOU Crossing Guard MOU Curator of Griffith Observatory 182, Custodial Services Assistant MOU A Custodial Services Assistant - Airports MOU H Custodial Services Assistant - Harbor MOU Custodian MOU A Custodian - Airports MOU 15
20 3156H Custodian - Harbor MOU Custodian (non-city facility polling places) 182, Custodian Supervisor MOU A Custodian Supervisor - Airports MOU 12 D 1470 Data Base Architect MOU Data Control Assistant I MOU Data Control Assistant II MOU Data Entry Operator I MOU Data Entry Operator II MOU Data Entry Supervisor MOU Data Processing Technician I MOU Data Processing Technician II MOU Day Camp Director I MOU Day Camp Director II MOU Deck Hand MOU H Deck Hand - Harbor MOU Delivery Driver I MOU Delivery Driver II MOU Delivery Driver III MOU Departmental Audit Manager MOU Departmental Chief Accountant I MOU Departmental Chief Accountant II MOU Departmental Chief Accountant III MOU Departmental Chief Accountant IV MOU Deputy City Attorney I MOU Deputy City Attorney II MOU Deputy City Attorney III MOU Deputy City Attorney IV MOU Deputy City Attorney I MOU Deputy City Attorney II MOU Deputy City Attorney III MOU Deputy City Attorney IV MOU Deputy City Engineer I MOU Deputy City Engineer II MOU Deputy Director of Auditing MOU Deputy Director of Planning MOU Deputy General Manager Airports/1 MOU Deputy General Manager Airports/2 MOU Deputy Mayor 182, Deputy Superintendent of Building I MOU Deputy Superintendent of Building II MOU Detention Officer MOU Development and Marketing Director MOU Diesel Plant Operator MOU Director City Economic Development Office 182, Director of Air Service Marketing MOU Director of Airports Administration MOU Director of Airports Operations MOU Director of Airport Safety Services MOU Director of Auditing MOU Director of Building Services MOU Director of Cash Management Services MOU Director of Communications Services MOU Director of Enforcement Operations MOU Director of Field Operations MOU Director of Financial Analysis and Reporting MOU Director of Fleet Services MOU Director of Housing MOU 36
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