Judicial Merit Commission
The Judicial Merit Commission was created July 1, 1998 to serve as an appeals board representing the public interest in the conduct of personnel administration in Court Service for employees covered under the Judicial Merit System Resolution & Rules.
The Commission consists of five volunteer members appointed by the Presiding Judge of the Superior Court. The Commission meets, at a minimum, quarterly, and as needed thereafter.
Terms of appointment are one, two, or three years in length to ensure diversity of the Commission. Commission members must be highly qualified to interpret policies and determine complex employment issues by virtue of education, experience and training.
Preference will be given to individuals with public sector and human resources experience. When openings are available on the Commission, cover letters and resumes are required, and interested parties can find specific instructions on this page when there is an active search.
Judicial Merit Commission Meetings
No Special Meetings at this time
Human Resources Director
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