Hearing Officer Sample Clauses

Hearing Officer. The Hearing Officer shall be jointly selected by the parties within thirty (30) days of the execution of this contract and shall serve for a minimum of one (1) year from the date of selection. At that time the parties may choose to re-appoint the Hearing Officer or select a different Hearing Officer who will also serve for a minimum of one (1) year from date of selection.
Hearing Officer. Upon receipt of a request for a hearing from an affected employee, the President shall notify the Board of Trustees and request that the Board of Trustees appoint an impartial hearing officer. The Federation shall be consulted prior to such appointment. In the case of a reduction in force for reasons set forth in Section 4.5.1.e. above, at the time of a faculty member's or members' request for a formal hearing, said faculty member or members may ask for participation in the choosing of the hearing officer in the manner provided in RCW 28A.58.455(4), said employee therein being a faculty member for the purposes hereof, and said board of directors therein being the Board of Trustees for purposes hereof: provided, that where there is more than one faculty member affected by the Board of Trustees' reduction in force, such faculty members requesting hearing must act collectively in making such request; provided further, that costs incurred for the services and expenses of such hearing officer shall be shared equally by the College and faculty member or faculty members requesting the hearing.
Hearing Officer. The recommendation of the hearing officer shall be submitted to the Employer and shall be in writing, summarizing the factors, setting forth findings, and making a recommended decision.
Hearing Officer. The employee or employee organization and the city will attempt to develop a permanent list of five mutually acceptable hearing officers. If a mutually acceptable list cannot be developed, the parties agree that the advisory hearing will be conducted before a hearing officer selected by the parties from a list provided by the California State Mediation and Conciliation Service. If the parties cannot mutually agree on the hearing officer they will use a strikeout procedure using a list of seven names provided by the California State Mediation and Conciliation Service. The appellant will have the prerogative of striking the first name. The city will bear all administrative costs associated with an appeal of discipline and the subsequent hearing including the hearing officer, court reporter and transcription costs, if any. The employee or employee organization will be responsible for the cost of his or her own representation or attorney fees and preparation of documents.
Hearing Officer. Upon receipt of a request for a hearing from an affected employee, the President shall notify the Board of Trustees and request that the Board of Trustees appoint an impartial hearing officer. The Federation shall be consulted prior to such appointment. Costs incurred for the services and expenses of such hearing officer shall be shared equally by the College and faculty member or faculty members requesting the hearing.
Hearing Officer. The use of a Hearing Officer to assist the Hearing Committee at the hearing is optional and is to be determined by the President of the Medical Staff or the Chief Academic Officer as appropriate. A Hearing Officer may or may not be an attorney-at-law, but must be experienced in conducting hearings. A Hearing Officer shall not be in direct economic competition with the Graduate Trainee involved or have any known reason for bias against said Graduate Trainee.
Hearing Officer. At the time of a faculty member’s request for formal hearing, said employee may ask for participation in the selection of the hearing officer, as provided by RCW 28B.50.873.
Hearing Officer. A. Position Purpose To serve as an impartial hearing officer for the CHA's Housing Choice Voucher Program’s administrative due process hearings. In certain situations, where a public housing authority issues a decision that has a negative impact on a HCV holder’s status in the HCV Program, the HCV holder may be entitled to appeal that decision. The appeal process takes the form of an administrative hearing before an impartial hearing officer, whose responsibility is to apply the law and HUD regulations, make findings of fact and make determinations either upholding or reversing the underlying decision that impacted a HCV holder's status in the HCV Program.
Hearing Officer. An individual selected by the employee or their representative and the Labor Relations Division from a panel of five (5) candidates submitted by the State Mediation and Conciliation Services. The cost of the Hearing Officer shall be borne equally by the employee or their representative and the County. Representative – The person selected by the employee to appear along with the employee in the presentation of a grievance, beginning at Step 2. Settlement – An agreement between the parties intended to resolve the grievance. Such agreement may be reached between the parties at any step in the Employee Grievance Resolution Procedure. No settlement may be made in violation of an existing rule, ordinance, or memorandum of understanding. CLASS SPECIFICATIONS In the event class specifications for classifications covered in this Unit are revised, the County agrees to provide the Union with copies of the revised specifications prior to promulgation. Such copies shall serve as notice to the Union, relative to impact bargaining. At the Union’s request, the County will meet and confer on the impact of changes to class specifications for classifications covered by this Unit.
Hearing Officer. The hearing officer's compensation and expenses shall be borne equally by the grievant(s) and the Commission. Each party shall bear the costs of its own presentation, including the preparation and post hearing briefs, if any. The hearing officer shall be selected by mutual agreement between the parties. If the parties are unable to agree upon a hearing officer, the parties shall jointly request the State Conciliation and Mediation Service to submit a list of seven (7) qualified hearing officers. The parties shall then alternately strike names from the list until one name remains, and that person shall serve as the hearing officer. The party having the first choice to strike a name from the list shall be determined by lot.