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BULLET St. Louis City Revised Code Chapter 4.48 Circuit Attorney Office Employees

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Chapter 4.48
Circuit Attorney Office Employees

Sections:

4.48.010 Positions authorized--Grades.
4.48.020 Official pay schedule for classification grades.
4.48.030 Appointment procedure.
4.48.040 Bi-weekly salary payment.
4.48.050 Annual rate of employee compensation.
4.48.060 Overtime wages.
4.48.070 Work furlough program.

Editor's Note:

Ord. No. 68542, adopted Dec. 15, 2009, repealed the former Ch. 4.48 and enacted a new chapter as set out herein. The former Ch. 4.48, 4.48.010--4.48.070, pertained to similar subject matter and derived from Ord. No. 68119, 2--6, adopted Oct. 10, 2008 and Ord. No 68175, 2, adopted Nov. 24, 2008. Prior to the enactment of Ord. No. 68542, Ord. No. 68119 repealed Ord. No. 67809, 2--6, 2007.

Prior ordinance history:

Ords. 58384, 59159, 59940, 60519, 61284, 62004, 62334, 62667, 62991, 63159, 63709, 64307, 64941, 65523.

4.48.010 Positions authorized--Grades.

The following positions of the Office of the Circuit Attorney of the City of St. Louis, authorized by Section 56.540, R.S.Mo., to a grade in the following Section with the rates therein established, to wit:

Title

Code

Grade

First Assistant Circuit Attorney

1601

21M

Chief Trial Assistant

1602

20M

Chief Warrant Officer

1603

20M

Chief Misdemeanor Officer

1604

20M

Special Assistant Circuit Attorney I

1605

15P

Special Assistant Circuit Attorney II

1606

17P

Attorney I

2361

15P

Attorney II

2362

17P

Attorney III

2363

18P

Attorney IV

2367

20M

Attorney Manager

2364

20M

Administrative Assistant

1622

14M

Administrative Secretary

1614

14G

Chief Clerk

1617

13G

Chief Investigator

1630

15P

Clerk I

1112

8G

Clerk II

1113

9G

Clerk III

1114

11G

Clerk IV

1115

13G

Computer Operations Manager

1361

15P

Computer Operations Supervisor

1327

13P

Computer Operator I

1323

10G

Computer Operator II

1324

11G

Computer Operator III

1325

12G

Grand Jury Stenographer

1615

12G

Investigator IA

1633

10G

Investigator I

1631

13G

Investigator II

1632

14G

Investigator III

1634

15G

Legal Secretary

1134

12G

Paralegal

2365

12G

Secretary I

1131

9G

Secretary II

1132

10G

Secretary III

1133

11G

Social Worker

6141

13G

Telephone Operator

1161

8G

Typist Clerk I

1121

8G

Typist Clerk II

1122

9G

Victim Services Counselor I

1642

13G

Victim Services Counselor II

1643

14G

Victim Services Supervisor

1644

15P

(Ord. No. 68542, 2, 12-15-2009.)

4.48.020 Official pay schedule for classification grades.

The following is hereby adopted as the salary pay schedule for all classification grades of positions in Section 4.48.010, beginning with the bi-weekly pay period starting December 15, 2009. The following bi-weekly pay schedule for all grades shall become effective with the beginning of the first pay period following effective passage of the ordinance codified in this chapter:

Grade

Minimum

Maximum

5

686

1030

6

747

1121

7

816

1222

8

889

1332

9

968

1452

10

1000

1584

11

1151

1726

12

1254

1882

13

1387

2082

14

1596

2394

15

1715

2573

16

2111

3166

17

1843

2765

18

2163

3245

19

3212

4817

20

2615

3922

21

3747

5621

22

5308

6460

23

4651

6979

(Ord. No. 68542, 2, 12-15-2009.)

4.48.030 Appointment procedure.

The Circuit Attorney, in making appointments to the positions authorized by Section 56.540 R.S.Mo., shall make said appointments within the classes and grades set out in Section 4.48.010, and to an amount of pay within a grade; provided further that the Circuit Attorney may, in her sole discretion, change the classification, grade and amount paid to a person appointed as she determines to be required. The Circuit Attorney may establish probationary rates of pay for classes of positions established in this pay ordinance. Such probationary rates may be less than the rate paid to a regular employee.
(Ord. No. 68542, 3, 12-15-2009.)

4.48.040 Bi-weekly salary payment.

The salary for grades of positions shall be paid bi-weekly.
(Ord. No. 68542, 4, 12-15-2009.)

4.48.050 Annual rate of employee compensation.

The annual rate of employee compensation shall be twenty-six (26) times the bi-weekly scale of pay for the grade applicable to the employee's position. No employee shall be paid at a rate lower than the minimum or higher than the maximum of the salary range established for the grade to which his/her class has been allocated. Nothing in this section shall be construed as preventing the Circuit Attorney from paying less than the maximum provided in this chapter.
(Ord. No. 68542, 5, 12-15-2009.)

4.48.060 Overtime wages.

Employees occupying positions allocated in Section 4.48.010 to a grade of 15G or lower, or to a grade of 18P or lower, may be eligible to receive, in addition to the regular salary, pay for overtime hours authorized by the Circuit Attorney. The rate of such overtime pay shall be subject to the requirements of the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938, as applicable, and shall be allowed on the basis of hours worked and the bi-weekly rate of pay. Compensatory time may be allowed in lieu of overtime pay as provided by law. Employees occupying positions allocated to a management grade designated by the letter "M" following the grade number are ineligible to receive additional compensation for time worked over that ordinarily required.
(Ord. No. 68542, 6(A.), 12-15-2009)

4.48.070 Work furlough program.

When a fiscal crisis has been declared by the Board of Estimate and Apportionment, the Circuit Attorney shall have the right, in her sole discretion, to create and implement a work furlough program, containing such policies as the Circuit Attorney may deem appropriate, under which employees may be placed on temporary furlough status where the employees would perform no services and would receive no pay.
(Ord. No. 68542, 6(B.), 12-15-2009)

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