Civil Service Commission

Nearly 70% of the Village’s workforce is initially hired through the Civil Service process. The Civil Service Commission is responsible for testing and appointing qualified candidates for the positions of Police Officer, Firefighter / Paramedic, and Maintenance Worker I. The Commission is also responsible for the promotional process for Police Sergeants, Fire Lieutenants, and Fire Captains, including the testing and selection processes. The Civil Service Rules and Regulations describe the testing processes for entry level and promotional positions in Police, Fire, and Public Works. The Commission may also conduct disciplinary hearings not otherwise subject to the procedures of a collective bargaining agreement.

The three member board is appointed by the Mayor, subject to approval by the Village Board. Commissioners serve three year terms on a staggered basis.

Human Resources

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Civil Service Commission Members


Member

Appointment Ends

Ty Bonds, Chair

April 30, 2024

Lori Hubbartt, Commissioner

April 30, 2023

Diane Summers, Secretary/Commissioner

April 30, 2022

Staff Liaison: Christine Palmieri, Director of Human Resources

 

Civil Service Commission Regulations (PDF)

 

Eligibility Lists


Updated February 25, 2022Police OfficerFire Captain
DepartmentPositionEffective Date
Public Works
Maintenance Worker IDecember 27, 2021
Police Department
Police OfficerMay 5, 2022
Police SergeantMarch 8, 2022
Police LieutenantJuly 14, 2004
Fire DepartmentFirefighter/ParamedicFebruary 25, 2022
Fire LieutenantMay 3, 2022
Fire CaptainMay 3, 2022