2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 199. Citizens utility board.
199.075 Executive director; qualifications; method of hire.
199.075199.075 Executive director; qualifications; method of hire.
199.075(1)(1) The executive director hired by the board under s. 199.07 shall have the same qualifications as a director under s. 199.06 (2), except that the executive director need not be a resident of this state nor a member of the corporation. The executive director may not be a candidate for director while serving as executive director.
199.075(2)(2) To hire the executive director under s. 199.07, the board shall:
199.075(2)(a)(a) Notify every member and the public at large of a vacancy in the position of executive director of the corporation and the minimum qualifications necessary to perform the job. The notice shall be distributed at least 30 days prior to any deadline set for applications for the position.
199.075(2)(b)(b) Administer to all applicants for the position of executive director of the corporation who appear to have the minimum qualifications enumerated in the notice of the vacancy under par. (a) a standard examination which accurately measures such qualifications and which is designed for no other purpose. The examination may include but may not be limited to an oral interview. If any person eligible to take the examination under this paragraph is unable to complete the examination in the form presented to the person due to a physical or developmental disability, the board shall administer the examination in a form suitable to the person's abilities.
199.075(2)(c)(c) Notify all applicants for the position of executive director of the corporation who are not hired under this section of the name of the person hired and the person's qualifications for the position.
199.075(2)(d)(d) Adhere to subch. II of ch. 111 and any other applicable state or federal law prohibiting discrimination in employment.
199.075(3)(3) The board shall require all applicants for the position of executive director of the corporation to file a financial statement which includes the information required under s. 199.12 (4). The board shall require the executive director to file a current statement annually.
199.075 - ANNOT.History: 1979 c. 72; 1981 c. 334 s. 25 (2).
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