County Outlines Employment Contract For New Administrator

October 6, 2010

The Escambia County Commission is expected to approve an employment agreement Thursday for new County Administrator Charles “Randy” Oliver.

According to the contract, which was negotiated between the county attorney and Oliver:

  • Employment at will by the Board of County Commissioners;
  • An annual base compensation of $145,000
  • The same health and insurance benefits as all county employees, which will continue six months beyond termination
  • Relocation expenses to be capped at $9,900 plus mileage for one family car
  • Retirement benefits (senior management class; qualified optional annuity plan, investment plan or pension plan)
  • Travel and standard expenses for county related business
  • Tuition, registration, books for seminars and conferences (county related)
  • Dues and subscriptions (county related)
  • A monthly car allowance of $500 in lieu of a county car
  • Either a County-owned phone or a $100 per month phone allowance
  • If terminated without cause by the Board, he shall receive 50% of his annual base pay and he will be entitled to all accumulated PTO, MOB and ELB leave
  • Voluntary separation by Oliver with 90-day notice, Oliver shall be entitled to received all accumulated PTO, MOB and ELB
  • Accrual of leave as other senior management employees, but commencing as an employee in their 11th year of county employment
  • The term of the agreement is three years beginning November 1, 2010, with the opportunity for the BOCC by majority vote to renew for a second three-year term
  • Annual reviews, to be done either informally or formally

Comments

5 Responses to “County Outlines Employment Contract For New Administrator”

  1. Dishearted on October 9th, 2010 1:23 pm

    And our BOCC, and Attorney wonder why they cant cut TAXES to the good folks of Escambia Co. way to go leaders. I wonder who is smarter our BOCC,or a box of rocks.( sorry my bad I sould not belittle the box of rocks)

  2. David Huie Green on October 9th, 2010 10:06 am

    naw, way above harvard or yale

  3. echo on October 7th, 2010 1:56 pm

    I think the contract is indicative of Mr. Oliver’s qualifications. He is both a Certified Public Accountant and a Professional Engineer. He also has a Master’s degree from the MASSACHUSSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY or MIT for those of you who do not know. MIT is on the same level as Harvard or Yale! He also has years of experience. Why don’t we give the man a chance and see what he can do for the County?

  4. Dishearted on October 6th, 2010 9:31 am

    Here we go again,it looks like our county Attorney isnt very good at doing contracts, my 6 year old grand child could do a better job than that.oh thats right its our money that is being used, they dont seem care about money, the BOCC and the Attorney need to replaced, before they send us further in the poor house.

  5. anydaynow on October 6th, 2010 9:19 am

    Good grief! That’s an employment package that any Madison Avenue executive would envy. What’s up with that?





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