Graham, Chairman, Cedar Run District August
Board of Supervisors
Person Making Request
G. Robert Lee, County Administrator
Paul S. McCulla, County Attorney
Lead & Department
Resolution Authorizing Implementation of a County Administration/County
Attorney Salary Market Study
Chairman Graham requested that the County Administrator
obtain market information for the positions of Deputy and
Assistant County Administrator and Deputy and Assistant County Attorney
from comparable counties. A
similar process was used several years ago to set compensation levels for
the County Administrator and County Attorney (unclassified positions).
The County Administrator worked with Robinson,
Farmer, Cox and Associates (RFC) to obtain information pertaining to
market rate indices for the above noted positions.
Comparables used for this project were the counties of Albemarle,
Frederick, Stafford, York and James City.
The findings suggest that the current compensation scales for the
Deputy and Assistant positions in Fauquier County are $5,000 - $6,000
below market comparables. The
results of the RFC analysis are Attachment
The County Administrator also requested the
Management Analyst to research the procedures recently used to make market
adjustments within the Information Resources Department.
The use of the same methodology applied to the positions currently
under consideration for market adjustments is Attachment
The Personnel Committee reviewed the above cited
materials, in meeting assembled 15 July 2002, and directed that the matter
be referred to the full Board of Supervisors without specific
Based on the Board’s consideration of the
information presented at the work session held earlier today, the Board is
requested to consider adoption of one of the two attached resolutions
related to market adjustments for the positions of Deputy and Assistant
County Administrator and Deputy and Assistant County Attorneys.
Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors
Consider adoption of one of the attached
Financial Impacts Analysis
The compensation increases would be $25,000+,
depending on the decisions of the Board after review of implementation
methodologies. Funding is
proposed to be taken from the 2% compensation set-aside, adopted as part
of the FY 2003 budget.
Identify Any Other Departments, Organizations or Individuals That Would be Affected by This Request