(a) The county executive director shall execute the policies established by the county committee and be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the county office.
(b) The county executive director shall:
(1) In accordance with standards and qualifications furnished by the State committee, employ the personnel of the county office to serve at the pleasure of the county executive director. There shall be no employment discrimination due to race, religion, color, sex, age, or national origin. An employee may not be removed under this paragraph for advocating or carrying out the Department's policy on equal opportunity and civil rights, including the equal employment policy. In the event it is claimed that the dismissal is for such reason, the dismissal shall not become effective until the State committee and the Deputy Administrator have determined that dismissal was not because of such reason;
(2) Receive, dispose of, and account for all funds, negotiable instruments, or property coming into the custody of the county committee;
(3) Serve as counselor to the local administrative area and county convention chairperson on election procedures; and
(4) Supervise, under the direction of the county committee, the activities of the communitiy committees elected in the county.
Title 7 published on 2013-01-01
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