Current through Register Vol. 40, No. 6, March 31, 2022
Appointment. The Personnel Board consists of five
persons who serve six-year staggered terms. Two persons are appointed by the
Governor, one by the Lieutenant Governor, one by the Speaker of the House of
Representatives, and one is a classified employee elected by a majority vote of
full-time state employees. Each member is required to take the constitutional
oath of office before entering upon his duties. One member is designated by the
Board to serve as chairman. Three members constitute a quorum for the
transaction of business. Any vacancy in the membership is filled by the
original appointing authority, except the elected member seat, for the
Qualifications. Each member must be a person over 19
years of age, of recognized character and ability, must have been a bona fide
resident and a qualified voter of Alabama for not less than five years, and
must not, when appointed nor for three years then last past before the date of
his appointment, have held elective public or party office nor have been a
candidate for such office. No two members can be appointed from any one
congressional district of the state.
member of the Board may be removed from office for the same causes and by the
same procedure as provided by the Constitution and statutes of Alabama for the
impeachment of sheriffs.
Compensation. Each member of the Board receives a per
diem of $50.00 and expenses for attendance upon meetings of the Board. No
member can receive total compensation in excess of $1,200.00 per annum,
excluding expenses and compensation received for attendance upon trials of
charges preferred against employees as provided in the Law.
requirements. Two months prior to the expiration of the seat for
the member of the classified service, employees desiring to serve shall file
with the State Comptroller notice of their intent to run for the
Ala. Admin. Code r. 670-X-1-.04
Filed September 29, 1981.
Administrative Monthly Volume XXXIII, Issue No. 08, May 29, 2015,
Code of Ala.
36-1-11, et. seq.