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File #: 210656    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/5/2021 In control: Council
On agenda: Final action: 8/26/2021
Title: Amending Chapter 2 of the Code of Ordinances of the Kansas City, Missouri, Classification and Compensation Plan, by repealing Section 2-1076 and enacting in lieu thereof section of like number and subject matter to create a Community Engagement Coordinator in the City's job classifications; and directing the City Manager to create a new job description that is specifically tailored for the job responsibilities of a Community Engagement Coordinator; and appropriating $45,801.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the General Fund for this purpose.
Sponsors: Brandon Ellington
Attachments: 1. 210656 Compared Version, 2. Fact Sheet, 3. FiscalNote_210656, 4. AppropWks_210656, 5. Legislation Text, 6. Legislation Text, 7. Authenticated Ordinance 210656 sub

COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR ORDINANCE NO. 210656

 

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Amending Chapter 2 of the Code of Ordinances of the Kansas City, Missouri, Classification and Compensation Plan, by repealing Section 2-1076 and enacting in lieu thereof section of like number and subject matter to create a Community Engagement Coordinator in the City’s job classifications; and directing the City Manager to create a new job description that is specifically tailored for the job responsibilities of a Community Engagement Coordinator; and appropriating $45,801.00 from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the General Fund for this purpose.

 

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BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section 1. That Chapter 2, Code of Ordinances, entitled “Administration,” relating to the Classification and Compensation Plan, is hereby amended by repealing Sections 2-1076 and enacting in lieu thereof new section of like number and subject matter, to read as follows.

 

Sec. 2-1076.  Salary schedules for occupational group classified as clerical, fiscal, and

          administrative with class code, class title, and pay grade therein.

 

The following schedules are hereby adopted as the salary schedules for the following classes of positions as set out below by class code number, class title, and pay grade therein:

 

(1)                     For those classes of positions within the managerial, professional, supervisory, and/or confidential group:

 

CLASS

 

PAY

MONTHLY

MONTHLY

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

MINIMUM

MAXIMUM

 

 

 

 

 

(1XXX) CLERICAL, FISCAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1010

CLERICAL SUPERVISOR

M-G

2885

4656

1012

CUSTOMER SERVICE SUPERVISOR

M-H

3161

5103

1028

LEGAL SECRETARY

M-I

3353

5873

1030

PARALEGAL

M-J

3792

6120

1040U

ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY

 

3794

6769

1060U

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT TO THE JUDGES

 

3794

6769

1070U

ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY TO CITY COUNCIL

 

3794

6769

1071U

ASSISTANT TO ELECTED OFFICIAL

 

2865

8758

1113

SENIOR ACCOUNTANT

ME-F

4230

7534

1119

ACCOUNTANT

M-H

3161

5103

1121

ACCOUNTANT II

M-I

3353

5873

1123U

INTERNAL AUDITOR

 

4945

8552

1125

AUDITOR

ME-E

3957

6769

1126

SENIOR AUDITOR

ME-F

4230

7534

1127

AUDIT MANAGER

ME-H

5719

10262

1129U

CITY AUDITOR

 

7567

14422

1139

TAXPAYER SPECIALIST SUPERVISOR

M-I

3353

5873

1141

SENIOR MUNICIPAL REVENUE AGENT

M-I

3353

5873

1150

CITY TREASURER

ME-I

6195

11169

1152

RETIREMENT SYSTEM EXECUTIVE OFFICER

ME-J

7147

13601

1158

MANAGER OF CONSUMER SERVICES

ME-F

4230

7534

1160

MANAGER OF REVENUES

ME-I

6195

11169

1165

MANAGER OF ACCOUNTS

ME-H

5719

10262

1166

CITY CONTROLLER

ME-I

6195

11169

1167

MANAGER OF DEVELOPMENT FINANCE

ME-I

6195

11169

1171

FINANCIAL MANAGER

ME-H

5719

10262

1200U

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE

 

7567

14422

1301U

DIRECTOR OF GENERAL SERVICES

 

7567

14422

1302U

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY

 

7567

14422

1307

STORES MANAGER

M-F

2610

4213

1308

STORES SUPERVISOR

M-H

3161

5103

1309

PROCUREMENT OFFICER

M-G

2885

4656

1314

SENIOR PROCUREMENT OFFICER

ME-E

3957

6769

1312

PROCUREMENT MANAGER

ME-G

4945

8833

1315

ACQUISITION SPECIALIST

M-H

3161

5103

1316

SENIOR ACQUISITION SPECIALIST

M-I

3353

5873

1335

BUILDING MANAGER

ME-F

4230

7534

1413U

DIRECTOR OF AVIATION

 

7567

22435

1420U

DIRECTOR OF PARKS & RECREATION

 

7567

14422

1510

GRAPHIC DESIGN SPECIALIST

M-J

3792

6120

1545

IT TECHNICIAN

M-I

3353

5873

1546

IT SENIOR TECHNICIAN

M-J

3792

6120

1548U

CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

 

6368

12363

1552

IT ANALYST

M-K

4327

6830

1553

IT SENIOR ANALYST

ME-E

4350*

6886*

1558

IT SPECIALIST

ME-F

4400*

7534

1559

IT SENIOR SPECIALIST

ME-G

4945

8833

1561

IT MANAGER

ME-H

5719

10262

1562

IT SUPERVISOR

ME-G

4945

8833

1610

LEGAL INVESTIGATOR

M-I

3353

5873

1618

ASSISTANT CITY ATTORNEY

ME-G

4945

8833

1619

ASSOCIATE CITY ATTORNEY

ME-I

6195

11169

1623

CITY PROSECUTOR

ME-J

7147

13601

1624

FIRST ASSISTANT CITY PROSECUTOR

ME-I

6195

11169

1627

SENIOR ASSOCIATE CITY ATTORNEY

ME-J

7147

13601

1629U

DEPUTY CITY ATTORNEY

 

7229

14422

1630U

CITY ATTORNEY

 

7567

16115

1650

ADMINISTRATOR OF MUNICIPAL COURT

ME-J

7147

13601

1652

EVENT COORDINATOR

M-I

3353

5873

1655

CHIEF OF EVENT COORDINATION

ME-E

3957

6769

1660U

DIRECTOR, CONVENTION AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS

 

7567

14422

1679

ASSISTANT BUDGET OFFICER

ME-H

5719

10262

1680U

BUDGET OFFICER

 

6368

12175

1681

ANALYST

ME-E

3957

6769

1682

SENIOR ANALYST

ME-G

4945

8833

1683

CHIEF ANALYTICS OFFICER

ME-H

5719

10262

1705

HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST

M-J

3792

6120

1706

SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST

ME-G

4945

8833

1707

HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGER

ME-I

6195

11169

1708

HUMAN RESOURCES CONSULTANT

ME-E

3957

6769

1710U

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

 

7567

14422

1716

MUNICIPAL INTERN

M-D

2500

3273

1717

MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT TRAINEE

M-H

3161

5103

1719

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

M-F

2610

4213

1723

SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

M-I

3353

5873

1724

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT COORDINATOR

ME-E

3957

6769

1726U

EXECUTIVE AIDE TO CITY MANAGER

 

3794

6769

1727U

EXECUTIVE AIDE TO MAYOR

 

3794

6769

1728U

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY TO CITY MANAGER

 

4945

8552

1729

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER

ME-E

4065*

6769

1732U

CHIEF DEPUTY CITY CLERK

 

3794

6769

1733U

CITY CLERK

 

5362

10373

1734

ASST. TO DIRECTOR (ADMIN. SERV.)

ME-G

4945

8833

1735

ASST. TO DIRECTOR ( BUSINESS AND SUPPORT)

ME-H

5719

10262

1736U

DEPUTY DIRECTOR

 

6368

12363

1738

ASSISTANT TO THE CITY MANAGER

ME-H

5719

10262

1739

CITY COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

ME-H

5719

10262

1744U

ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER

 

7567

14422

1745U

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO MAYOR

 

7567

14422

1746U

CHIEF EQUITY OFFICER

 

 6368

12363

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assistant to Elected Official, pay range for Council Assistant is $2,865 - $4,886

* These classifications have a higher minimum or maximum monthly salary.

(2)                      For those classes of positions covered by the provisions of the memorandum of understanding between the city and Local 500-American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees.

 CLASS

 

PAY

MONTHLY

MONTHLY

CODE

CLASS TITLE

GRADE

MINIMUM

MAXIMUM

 

 

 

 

 

(1XXX) CLERICAL, FISCAL, AND ADMINISTRATIVE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1007

CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

L-E

2568

4014

1008

CUSTOMER SERVICE SPECIALIST

L-F

2610

4171

1020

INFORMATION PROCESSOR

L-D

2500

3273

1114

ACCOUNTING CLERK

L-E

2568

4014

1118

SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK

L-F

2610

4171

1132

MUNICIPAL REVENUE AGENT

L-H

3161

5103

1138

TAXPAYER SPECIALIST

L-Ib

2487

5096

1304

STOCK CLERK

L-E

2568

4014

1528

COMPUTER OPERATOR

L-F

2610

4171

1556

DISPATCHER

L-F

2610

4213

1608

MUNICIPAL COURT BAILIFF

L-E

2568

4014

U=  Unclassified position.

Section 2.  That the City Manager shall create a new job description that is specifically tailored for the job responsibilities of the Community Engagement Coordinator that includes the following responsibilities:

 

                     Inform and assist residents about the city charter, ordinances, and resolutions through a combination of responsive and outreach activities. This includes, but is not limited to, municipal, strategic planning programs, and City sponsored events.                                           

 

                     Coordinate with local City offices and committees in developing systems to effectively distribute information to community residents, with emphasis on 311 Call Center, DataKC, MyKCMO app, and Community Engagement University and work with other city departments to develop and maintain a MyKCMO citywide app to better provide city services including facilitating bill payment, reporting problems, providing feedback, viewing customized maps, tracking city events, and receiving up to date communications.

 

                     Provide training to residents and neighborhood group on using Open Data and other tools to improve resident understanding of services available from the City and to track the city’s performance in service delivery to Work with the 311-call center and other departments to maximize 311’s ability to reach and assist residents in reporting problems and obtaining information about city services.

 

                     Work with other city departments and community organizations to expand services under grants from the United States Department of Justice and assist residents with qualified language.

 

                     Knowledge of primary City finances as well as local, federal, and state grants.

 

                     Build and maintain relationships with individuals, neighborhoods, and representatives of community business and non-profit organizations.

 

                     Must have strong communication skills to connect effectively with diverse audiences using appropriate communication channels.

 

                     Ability to manage situations requiring de-escalation.

 

                     Sound judgment and the ability to work with minimal direction.

 

                     Ability to coordinate in person and digital outreach, including synchronization with local businesses to effectively and safely provide in person events/meet-ups.

 

                      Experience with digital application development.

 

                     Experience with community development or economic development.

 

 

 

                     Section 3. That the sum of $45,801.00 is hereby appropriated from the Unappropriated Fund Balance of the General Fund to the following account:

 

22-1000-101200-A                                                               Action Center                                                                                                         $45,801.00                     

 

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I hereby certify that there is a balance, otherwise unencumbered, to the credit of the appropriation to which the foregoing expenditure is to be charged, and a cash balance, otherwise unencumbered, in the treasury, to the credit of the fund from which payment is to be made, each sufficient to meet the obligation hereby incurred.

 

 

                                                                                                                              ___________________________________

                                                                                                                              Tammy L. Queen

                                                                                                                              Director of Finance

 

Approved as to form and legality:

 

______________________________

Lana K. Torczon

Assistant City Attorney