Nevada Public Officers and Employees

Sec. § 284.105
Duties of Administrator.


1.

The Administrator shall direct and supervise all administrative and technical activities of the Division.

2.

In addition to the duties imposed upon the Administrator elsewhere in this chapter, the Administrator shall:

(a)

Apply and carry out the provisions of this chapter and the regulations adopted pursuant to it.

(b)

Establish objectives for the Division in terms which are specific, measurable and conducive to reliable evaluation, and develop a plan for accomplishing those objectives.

(c)

Establish a system of appropriate policies for each function within the Division.

(d)

Attend all meetings of the Commission.

(e)

Advise the Commission with respect to the preparation and adoption of regulations to carry out the provisions of this chapter.

(f)

Report to the Governor and the Commission upon all matters concerning the administration of the Administrator’s office and request the advice of the Commission on matters concerning the policies of the Division, but the Administrator is responsible for the conduct of the Division and its administrative functions unless otherwise provided by law.

(g)

Establish and maintain a roster of all employees in the public service. The roster must set forth, as to each employee:

(1)

The class title of the position held.

(2)

The salary or pay.

(3)

Any change in class title, pay or status.

(4)

Other pertinent data.

(h)

Submit to the Director of the Department of Veterans Services and make available to the public a monthly report which lists the names of all veterans and, to the extent the information is available, widows and widowers of persons killed in the line of duty while on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, who are employed in the classified or unclassified service of the State. The report must state whether each veteran listed is a resident of this State.

(i)

Submit to the Governor and the Director of the Legislative Counsel Bureau for distribution to the Legislature a report for each calendar quarter on the total combined number of veterans and, to the extent the information is available, widows and widowers of persons killed in the line of duty while on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, who were hired in the classified or unclassified service of the State during the quarter.

(j)

Ensure, to the extent practicable, that the combined total percentage of officers and employees in public service who are veterans and, to the extent the information is available, widows and widowers of persons killed in the line of duty while on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States, is proportional to the combined total percentage of veterans and, to the extent the information is available, such widows and widowers, who reside in this State and are in the labor force.

(k)

In cooperation with appointing authorities and others, foster and develop programs for improving the effectiveness and morale of employees, including training and procedures for hearing and adjusting grievances.

(l)

Encourage and exercise leadership in the development of effective personnel administration within the several departments in the public service, and make available the facilities and services of the Division and its employees to this end.

(m)

Make to the Commission and to the Governor such special reports as the Administrator may consider desirable.

(n)

Maintain a continuous program of recruiting for the classified service.

(o)

Perform any other lawful acts which the Administrator may consider necessary or desirable to carry out the purposes and provisions of this chapter.
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