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    Cover
        Cover
    Letter of transmittal
        Page i
    Highlights of the year
        Page 1
    Five-year activity comparison
        Page 2
    Recruitment
        Page 3
    Examinations
        Page 4
    Classification and pay
        Page 5
    Legislation
        Page 6
    Appensix
        Appendix 1
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ANNUAL


REPORT


July 1, 1966 June 30, 1967


DIVISION
OF
PERSONNEL
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR


ALBERT S. HUGH
x Director
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Office of- P MEMBER
The Governor A Public Personnel Association

GOVERPJIEIT OF
THE VIRGIN ISLANDS OF THE UNITED STATES
Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas


P.O. Box 2336
Division of Personnel

January 31, 1968









His Excellency Ralph M. Paiewonsky
Governor of the Virgin Islands
St. Thomas, Virgin Islands

Dear Governor Paiewonsky:

In compliance with 3 VIC 61, please find herewith the Annual
Report of the Division of Personnel, summarizing the principal activities
of the Division for the period July 1, 1966 through June 30, 1967.

Also, at this time, please allow me to express my appreciation
for the support and cooperation which have been given to me by your
Excellency and other agencies in government.

Sincerely yours,



Albert S. Hug( /
Director of Personnel









HIGHLIGHTS OF THE YEAR


The past five years have seen a pronounced increase in the general work

load of the Division of Personnel. During 1966-67, 2,044 examination appli-

cations were processed, representing an increase of over 249% more than were

processed during the fiscal year 1961-62. The same general trend was true in

other areas of activity. The work of the Division is described in some

( detail in various sections of this report. However, the highlights of the

past year are as follows:

--Published 15 new examination announcements and continued recruitment

under previous announcements for approximately 250 classes of

positions.

A --Processed 2,044 examination applications, accepting 1,966.

--Administered and scored 1,531 written examinations.

.. --Administered and scored 140 typing tests.

--Administered and scored 128 dictation transcription tests.

--Evaluated and graded the education and experience of 215 applicants.

--Placed the names of 1,186 successful applicants on registers.

--Certified for employment consideration 2,679 names of eligible ap-

pticants.

--Processed and prepared 1,026 original appointments and 60 promotions

made from the registers.

--Examined and reviewed 15,645 other personnel transactions (emergency

appointments, transfers, salary increases, separations, etc.) for

conformance with existing laws and rules.

--Pre-audited all personal service payrolls for departments and

agencies within the Executive Branch of the government.

S---Maintained personnel records for 3,311 permanent government employees.









FIVE-YEAR ACTIVITY COMPARISON


Percent
Activity 1961-62 1966-67 Increase

Examination Applications Received 585 2,046 249.7%
and Processed

Written Examinations Performed 262 1,727 559.2%

Education and Experience Evaluations 83 215 159.0%
Performed

Names Placed on Register 228 1,193 423.2%

Names of Eligibles Certified 746 Z,679 259.1%

Personnel Transartions Rev$eed 3,620 15,645 332.2%


FIVE-YEAR COST COMPARISON

Percent
Appropriations 1961-62 1966-67 Increase


Amount $70,000 142,690 103.8%


It is obvious that the increase in appropriations of 103.8% over this

five year period has been much more than offset by the increased volume of

operations. As a result, certain important activities of the Division have

suffered as staff time has been directed to the necessary but more routine

work described in the above table. Little, if any, attention can be given

by the present staff to such areas of positive personnel administration as

promotion of training programs, analysis and improvement of personnel ex-

amining and selection techniques, periodic review of position classifica-

tions, and provision of more active assistance to and consultation with

personnel staff in the operating agencies. Until these activities can be

given additional and adequate emphasis, maximum benefits will not be

achieved from the merit system of personnel administration.









RECRUITMENT


Recruitment of qualified personnel--and especially for hard-to-fill

job categories-.is one of the major objectives of the Division of Personnel.

The caliber of future candidates for positions referred to operating

agencies as a result of the examination process is a matter of continuing

concern.

During 1966-67, it was necessary to conduct continuous recruitment

throughout the year for a large number of classes of positions in which

there was a substantial or continuing need for employees. This was particu-

larly the case in recruiting certain technical, professional, and adminis-

trative personnel. At the same time, it was also necessary to recruit for

limited periods of time in other classes of positions.

Examination announcements were put on display at post offices, public

libraries, offices of the Virgin Islands Employment Service Agency, offices

of the Virgin Islands Labor Union, and on the bulletin boards of every

executive department. This constituted the principal method of reaching

prospective applicants. In addition, press releases and radio and televi-

sion spot announcements were used, though less extensively, because of

budgetary limitations.

As in past years, clerical examinations for beginning level positions

were administered to graduating seniors in the several high schools. In

those schools which did participate, 147 students applied for and sat

examinations.









EXAMINATIONS


The purpose of this process is (1) to identify the best qualified

applicants for employment, (2) to rank these people so that those best

fitted for a position must be considered first for employment, and (3) to

eliminate unqualified applicants.

Examinations offered may include any one or all of three parts: a writ-

ten test, evaluation of education and experience, a performance test. Some

examinations also include a field investigation of personal background and

other factors.

During the past year, 15 new examination announcements were published,

a majority of which provided for continuous filing of applications. In

addition to these new examination programs, the Division of Personnel con-

tinued to give examinations announced during previous years. Table II in

the Appendix contains complete statistics on applications received by class,

the results of the examination process, and the number of names added to

the registers.

There has been no change in the types of examinations administered.

All applicants were required to file an official application indicating

their education, work experience, character references, etc. Personnel

technicians reviewed all applications to determine whether the applicants

possessed the minimum experience and training required for the position

involved. When possible, pertinent education and experience were Verified.

For supervisory, clerical, and certain professional positions, a written

test was required. At least 1,531 such tests were administered and scored.

Typing and dictation transcription tests were also included for typing and

stenographic positions. Over 260 of such performance tests were adminis-

tered and scored. For many positions, a rating of the training and ex-










perience of the applicant, based on the degree to which it was related to

duties of the position involved, comprised the entire examination. All

ratings, of course, were subject to verification of the data included on the

applicants application blank.

As in the past, the Public Personnel Association and the Federal

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare were the primary sources for

written examination materials.


CLASSIFICATION AND PAY

A basic service of any merit system is its position classification

function, designed to provide for equal pay for equal work in identical

classes found in the several operating agencies.

During the year the Division issued 12 class allocation notices

affecting 58 classes of positions. These classes were all adjusted to

higher pay ranges.

The creation of new classified positions as well as the job of group-

ing positions together upon the basis of duties and responsibilities, with

over 500 different classes of positions, taxed the limited staff to the

limit. There are still over 100 class specifications to be written.









LEGISLATION


April 17, 1967.................. ct #1907--To Provide for a Comprehensive
Survey and Analysis of the Government
Personnel System, and for Other Purposes--
was approved by the Governor.


June 27, 1967.....................Bill #3375--To Amend Chapter 25, Title
3 of the Virgin Islands Code, Relating
to the Personnel Merit System--was
passed by the Legislature. Approval
by the Governor is pending.

Bill #3400--To Authorize the Governor
to Employ a Consulting Firm or Profes-
sional Consultants to Make an In-depth
Study of Personnel Management in the
Government of the Virgin Islands--was
passed by the Legislature. Approval by
the Governor is pending.


























A P P E N D I X


TABLE I

Certifications, Appointments. and Personnel Transactions
July 1, 1966 June 30, 1967


TABLE II

Results of Examinations and Registers Established
July 1, 1966--June 30, 1967


TABLE III

Number of Employees by Position Classification and Salary
Range as of June 30j 1967









TABLE I


Certifications, Appointments, and Personnel Transactions
Period: July 1, 1966 to June 30, 1967


Personnel Transactions

Number of Certifications 1,176
Number of Persons Certified 2,679
New Appointments--Classified

Promotions 60
Provisional 7
Temporary 95
Reinstatements 4
Regular 45
Total New Classified Positions 211

--Unclassified 815

Salary Increases 2,337

St. Thomas 1,151
St6 Croix 1,186

Salary Decreases 6

St. Thomas 3
St. Croix 3

Transfers 37
Terminations of Appointments during Probationary Period 5
Demotions 1
Suspensions 18
Dismissals 13
Resignations

Classified 341
Unclassified 59
Total Resignations 400











TABLE II

Results of Examinations and Registers Established July 1, 1966--June 30, 1967

TRAINING &
WRITTEN EXPERIENCE PERFORMANCE
APPLI CATI ONS EXAiINA ITIOci RATINGS TESTS Number
Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Put on
Class of Position Received Accepted Appearing Passed Rated Rated Appearing Register


Account Clerk I 8 8 8 3 3
Account Clerk II 47 47 47 17 17
Account Clerk III 27 27 27 14 14
Accountant 2 2 2 1 1
Admin. Officer I 6 6 6 6 -
Admin. Officer II 3 3 3 3 3
Admin. Sec'y. I 46 46 46 31 46 31 31
Admin. Secy. II 16 16 16 11 11
Airport attendant 4 4 4 4 4
Airport Firefighter 1 1 1 1 1
Airport Iatron 14 14 14 14 14
Alcohol Control Insp. 2 2 2 0 0
Ambulance Driver 9 8 7 6 6
Art Therapist 1 1 1 1
Ass't. Appraiser 1 1 1 1
Ass't. Architect 1 1 1 1
Ass't. Dir., Pub. Health Insp. 1 1 1 1
Ass't. Dir., Pub. Health Nurs. 2 2 2 2
Audio-Visual Tech. 3 3 3 3
Auditor I 11 11 11 11 11
Auditor III 4 4 4 4 -- 4
Audit Technician 13 13 13 8 8
Automotive ilechanic 1 1 1 1
Benefit Payment Clerk 5 5 4 4 4 4 4
Billing Clerk II 1 1 1 1 1













TRAINING &
WRITTEN EXPERIENCE PERFORMANCE
APPLICiiTIONS EXAM~klATION RATINGS TESTS Number
Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Put on
Class of Position Received Accepted appearing Passed Rated Rated Appearing Register

Boatman 8 8 8 8
Bookkeeper I 21 18 17 13 13
Bookkeeper II 5 5 5 3 3
Caretaker, Recreation Area 3 3 3 2 2
Carpenter 2 2 2 2
Carpenter Foreman 1 1 1 1
Cashier I 68 48 32 12 12
Cashier II 6 5 4 3 3
Cashier III I 1 1 0 0
Cashier IV 2 2 2 1 1
Chauffeur 4 4 4 4 4
Child Uelfare Supervisor 2 2 2 2
Clearance Officer 5 5 5 4 4
Clerk II 15 15 9 5 5
Clerk III 34 34 34 18 18
Clerk-Stenographer II 40 40 40 19 40 19 19
Clerk-Stenographer III 15 15 13 7 13 7 7
Clerk-Typist II 167 162 137 54 137 54 54
Clerk-Typist III 94 92 86 45 86 45 45
Communicable Disease Investigator 1 1 1 1
Cook I (Institution) 5 5 5 5 5
Cook II (Institution) 2 2 2 2 2
Cook I (School Lunch) 3 3 3 3 3
Cook II (School Lunch) 3 3 3 3 3
Coordinator Prac. Hurs. 1 1 1 1
Counsellor 6 6 6 6
Coun. Ins. Train. Sch. 7 7 7


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TRAINING &
WRITTEN EXPERIENCE PERFORMANCE
APPLICATIONS EXAMINATION RATINGS TESTS Number
Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Put on
Class of Position Received Accepted Appearing Passed Rated Rated Appearing Register

Coxswain Engineer I 2 2 2 2
Custodial Worker 30 30 30 29 29
Data Proc. Equip. Oper. I 3 3 3 3 -- 3
Data Proc. Equip. Oper. II 1 1 1 1 1
Day Care Center Aide 10 10 10 10
Dental Assistant Trainee 11 10 9 5 5
Dentist 1 1 1 1
Diesel Equip. mechanic 1 1 1 1
Dir. of Business Kanagement 1 1 1 1 1
Dir., Corn. Rec. Center 2 2 2 2
Dir., Welf. Res. & Stat. 3 3 -3 3
Disbursing Cffice Clerk 10 6 3 2 2
Document Register Clerk 3 3 2 1 1
Economist, Res. & Stat. 1 1 1
Electrician 1 1 1 1
Employment Service Interviewer 44 42 26 12 12
Executive Off. Chauffeur 1 1 1 1 1
Fireman 60 60 56 20 20
Fire Corporal 5 5 5 3 3
Fire Lieutenant 5 4 4 4 4
Fire Sergeant 7 2 2 2 2
Food Service Worker 276 276 201 177 177
General Audit Clerk 15 14 7 5 5
General Maint. Foreman 1 1 1 1
General Maint. Mechanic 3 3 3 3
General Maint. Worker 1 1 1 1
Government House Orderly 2 2 2 1 1




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TRAINING &
WRITTEN EXPERIENCE PERFORMANCE
APPLICATIONS EXAMINATION RATINGS TESTS Number
Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Put on
Class of Position Received Accepted Appearing Passed Rated Rated Appearing Register

Head Nurse 7 7 7 6 6
Heavy Equip. Operator 1 1 1 1
Hospital Dietitian 1 1 1 1
Hospital Orderly I 10 10 10 7 7
Hospital Revenue Collector 3 3 3 3 3
Housekeeper I 2 2 2 2
Housekeeping Attendant 3 3 3 3 3
House Parent 1 1 1 1
Institution Attendant 1 1 1 1 1
Internal Revenue Agent I 11 11 10 9 9
Internal Revenue Agent II 4 4 4 3 3
Internal Revenue Officer I 5 5 5 4 4
Internal Revenue Officer II 2 2 2 1 1
Internal Rev. Officer Trainee 2 2 2 1 1
Junior Management Assistant 6 5 5 4 4
Key Punch Operator 8 8 8 7 7
Key Punch Operator Trainee 6 6 6 6 6
Laboratory Technician I 5 5 5 5
Laboratory Technician II 1 1 I 1
Laboratory Technologist II 5 5 5 5
Laundry Worker 36 36 36 36
Lift Station Operator 1 1 1 1
Maintenance Engineer I 1 1 1 1
Maintenance Engineer II 1 1 1
Maintenance Uorker I 2 2 2 2
Manager, Sheltered Workshop 7 2 2 2
Manpower Training Coordinator 5 5 5 4 4
Medical Records Clerk I 4 4 3 1 3 1 1
Medical Records Clerk II 1 1 1 1 1 1 1












TRAINING &
WRITTEN EXPERIENCE PERFORMANCE
APPLICATIONS EXAMINATION RATINGS TEST Number
Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Put on
Class of Position Received Accepted Appearing Passed Rated Rated Appearing Register

Medical Secretary I 10 10 8 5 8 5 5
Medical Technologist 1 1 1 1
liental Health Educ. Materials Spec. 1 1 1 1
Messenger 4 4 4 4 4
Nurse's Aide I 82 82 69 35 35
Nurse Consultant 3 3 3 3
Nurse Supervisor 6 6 6 4 4
Occupational Therapist 1 1 1 1
Parasitologist 1 1 1 1
Payroll Audit Clerk I 72 64 42 27 27
Payroll Audit Clerk II 6 6 6 6 6
PBX Operator 4 4 4 4
Personnel Technician I 7 7 7 7 7
Personnel Tech. Trainee 2 2 2 2 2
Pharmacist 9 9 9 9
Physical Therapist 4 4 4 4
Physician III 1 1 1 1
Plumber Foreman 1 1 1 1
Police Captain 9 9 9 1 1
Police Corporal 16 16 16 10 10
Police Lieutenant 12 12 12 5 5
Policeman 48 48 48 37 37
Police Sergeant 9 8 8 8 8
Policewoman 31 31 27 15 15
Prison Guard 16 16 16 13 13
Prop. & Proc. Clerk I 14 13 6 2 2
Prop..& Proc. Clerk II 5 5 5 2 2
Prop. & Proc. Clerk III 1 1 1 0 0












Class of Position


aPPLICATIONS
Number Number
Received Accepted


WRITTEN
EXa1INATION
Number Number
Appearing Passed


TRAINING &
EXPERIENCE
RATINGS
Number
Rated


PERFORMANCE
TESTS Number
Number Number Put on
Rated Appearing Register


Prop. & Proc. Officer I
Prop. & Proc. Officer II
Prop. & Proc. Officer III
Psychiatric Social Worker
Public Health Nurse I
Public Health Nurse II
Public Health Supervisor II
Recreation Aide I
Recreation Leader
Receptionist
Revenue Audit Clerk I
Revenue Audit Clerk II
Sanitation Insp. I
Sanitation Insp. Trainee
School Attendance Counsellor
School Lunch Cook I
School Lunch Kitchen Manager
School Nurse I
School Nurse II
School Psychologist
Seamstress
Signalman
Social Worker
Spec. Educ. Consultant
Special Education Teacher
Special Education Technician
Statistical Clerk I
Statistical Clerk II


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Class of Position


APPLICATIONS
Number Number
Received Accepted


WRITTEN
EXAMINATION
Number Number
Appearing Passed


TRAINING &
EXPERIENCE
RATINGS
Number
Rated


PERFORMANCE
TESTS
Number Number
Rated Appearing


Storekeeper I
Supervisor of Accounts
Supervisor, Family Services
Supervisor, Sheltered Workshop
Tax Accounts & Records Clerk I
Tax Accounts & Records Clerk II
Tax Returns Examiner
Tissue Technologist
Trades Helper
Unemployment Claims Deputy I
Unemployment Claims Interviewer
Unemployment Insurance Interviewer
Vocational Rehab. Counsellor
Voucher Examiner I
Voucher Examiner II
Voucher Examiner III
Vouchering Clerk I
Vouchering Clerk II
Wage & Compensation Clerk
Ward Maid
Watchman
Watchman-Custodial Worker
Water Plant Operator
X-Ray Technician I
X-Ray Technician Trainee


1 1
1 1


TOTALS:


1,186


Number
Put on
Register


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2,044


1,966


1,531


305









TABLE III

Number of Employees by Position Classification
and Salary Range as of June 30, 1967


Classification


Salary Range
Number of Annually
Employees Min. Max.


Account Clerk I ........... ....................
Account Clerk II...............................
Account Clerk III...............................
Administrative Officer I .......................
Administrative Officer II......................
Administrative Officer III.....................
Administrative Secretary I....................
Administrative Secretary II...................
Admitting Officer.................... ..........
Airport Attendant I............... .............
Airport Fire Corporal...................,........
Airport Firefighter.............................
Airport Fire Sergeant...........................
Airport Matron I............................... .
Airport Matron II..............................
Alcohol Control Inspector...........,,.........
Ambulance Driver................. ...........
Assistant Administrator, Retirement System......
Assistant Admitting Officer .....................
Assistant Appraiser, Tax Assessor' Office......
Assistant Coordinator of Educational Statistics.
Assistant Director, Environmental Sanitation....
Assistant Director, Mental Health Services......
Assistant Director of Nursing Services..........
Assistant Director, Public Health Nursing.......
Assistant Dir., V.I. Employment Service Agency..
Assistant Dir., V.I. Unemployment Ins. Service..
Assistant Laboratory Technologist Supervisor....
Assistant Pipeline Maintenance Supervisor........
Assistant Prison 1arden..........................
Assistant Supt., Insular Training Schools.......
Assistant Supervisor, Payroll Section...........
Audit Technician*..............................
Auditor I........ ...............................
Auditor II............................... .......
Auditor III............ ..... ....................
Automobile Body Repairman......................
Automotive Mechanic I..........................
Automotive Mechanic II.........................
Automotive Mechanic III.......................
Automotive Mechanic Foreman ....................


$3084....3756
3828....4692
4512....5526
5940....6984
6276.....7416
6720....8352
4512....5520
4764....5820
6336....7872
2640....3216
4512.....5520
4272....5232
5028....6180
2388....2868
2640....3216
4764....5820
3252....3972
6720....8352
5616....6612
4512....5520
5028....6180
6720....8352
6720....8352
6336....7416
6336....7872
6720....8352
6720....8352
6276....7416
5480....6216
6276....7416
7080.....8160
5940....6984
5480....6216
5616....6612
6276.....7416
6720....8352
4764 ....5820
4044....4956
4272....5232
4764.....5820
5616....6612


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Salary Range
Number of Annually
Classification Employees Min. lHax.


Baker............... .............*...........
Baseball Specialist.............................
Billing Clerk II...............................
Blacksmith................... ................ ..
Boatman........... .... ................... ........
Bonded Messenger ...............................
Bookkeeper I....................................
Bookkeeper II...................................
Bus Driver......................................

Caretaker, Recreation Area ......................
Carpenter.......................................
Carpenter Foreman.............................
Cashier I .......................................
Cashier II......................................
Cashier III ...... ...............................
Cashier IV......................................
Certification Clerk.........................
Chainman............ ............................
Chauffeur .......................................
Chauffeur, Executive Office.....................
Chief, Accounts Receivable Section.,.............
Chief, Bureau Day Care Center Services..........
Chief, Bureau of Business Management............
Chief, Bureau of Case Review....................
Chief Clerk, Business Office....................
Chief, Control & Pre-Audit Section..............
Chief, General Ledger Accounting Section........
Chief, Hospital Dietitian.......................
Chief, Reconcilement Section...................
Chief, Revenue Aduit Section....................
Chief, Tax Accounts & Records Section...........
Child Velfare Worker I .............. ...............
Child Welfare Worker II.......................*
Child Telfare Supervisor...... ...,....i .......
Clearance Officer...............................
Clerk I........ ..................................
Clerk II....................... ........ .......
Clerk III.....,................ .......... .......
Clerk Stenographer II...........................
Clerk Stenographer III................. .........


$3824....4692
6276....7416
4512....5520
3828....4692
2268 ....2748
2640....3216
5028....6180
5616 ....6612
2640....3216

2508.....3036
3828....4692
5480....6216
3624....4440
4044....4956
4512....5520
5480....6216
4764 ....5820
3624....4440
2640....3216
2928....3552
5940....6984
7080.....8160
6276....7416
7080....8160
5028....6180
6276....7416
6720....8352
6336....7872
5940....6984
5940....6984
6720....8352
5400....7400
6300....8700
7080....8160
5616....6612
2640....3216
3084....3756
3624....4440
3432....4200
3828 ....4692









Number of
Employees


Classification


Clerk Typist I ....................... .....
Clerk Typist II...............................
Clerk Typist III...............................
Clinical Psychologist............................
Communicable Disease Investigator*...............
Contract Clerk.................................
Coordinator of Educational Statistics...........
Coordinator of Guidance Services...........*.....
Coxswain Engineer I........, .................
Coxswain Engineer II....... ................ ..
Counsellot, Employment Service...*..............
Custodial Worker I... ..j ......................
Custodial Forker II.............................
Custodial Worker III...........................


Data Processing Equipment Operator I...........
Data Processing Equipment Operator II............
Data Processing Equipment Operator III..........
Data Processing Technician......................
Day Care Center Aide.............^...........
Day Care Center Operator................. ........
Dental Assistant. ,............... .........
Dental Hygienist...i........................
Dental Hygienist Supervisor.... i....i.o........
Dentist.... ..... .......... .. .. ,.......4 J. ..
Diesel Equipment Hachanic I............. J, .....
Diesel Equipment ILechanic II..................
Director, Community Recreation Center...........
Director, Division of Auxiliary Services.......
Director, Division of Hosp. & medical Services..
Director, Division of Public Health Services....
Director, Division of Veterinary Medicine.......


Director
Director
Director
Director
Director
Director
Director
Director


Child Welfare......................
Dental Health Services.............
Laboratories......................
MCH and CC Services..................
nursing Services...................
Nutrition Services........ ......
Public Health Nursing...............
Social Services.................


Salary Range
Annually
Iin. Max.


$2784....3360
3084....3756
3624....4440
6720....8352
5028....6180
4764....5820
5940.. -.6984
5940... 6984
3828 ....4692
4764....5820
5940....6984
2052....2484
2388....2868
2928....3552


4512....5520
5028....6180
5616....6612
6336....7872
3252....3972
3828.....4692
3828....4692
5028....6180
5616.....6612
7500....9240
3828....4692
4272....5232
6336....7872
6720....8352
11500...14164
11500...14164
8500...10472
8280....9560
8500...10472
6720....8352
11500...14164
6720....8352
6720....8352
6720....8352
6720....8352


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Number of
Classification Employees


Salary Range
Annually
3Iin. Max.


Director, V.I. Employment Service Agency........
Director, Uelfare Research & Statistics.........
Disbursing Office Clerk I......................
Disbursing Office Clerk II......................
District Supervisor, School Lunch Program.......
District Supervisor, Public Health Nursing......
Dock Maintenance worker .......................
Document Register Clerk.......................
Drugs and Narcotics Control Officer.............


Economist ............... ..................
Electrical Shop Supervisor..................
Electrician I...................................
Employment Security Statistician.............
Employment Service Interviewer I................
Employment Service Interviewer II...............
Exec. Sec'y., Board of Standards & Specifications
Executive Secretary, Youth Commission..........


Family Service 7.orker I .......................
Family Service Supervisor...................
Fire Captain ..................................
Fire Corporal ...................................
Fire Lieutenant......... ...... ..... ..........
Fireman........................................
Fire Sergeant ........................... ....
Food Service Supervisor.......................
Food Service Worker............................


Gardener................ ...... ............. .. ....
General Audit Clerk....... .....................
General Duty Nurse...................... ....
General Haintenance Foreman....................
General Maintenance Mechanic I..................
General Maintenance Mechanic II.................
General Maintenance Supervisor.................
Government House Orderly.........................
Graphics Supervisor...........................


Harbormaster II.................. .............
Harbor Pilot............ .......................
Head Nurse. ........... ............. .......... ..
Health Investigator .............................


$11016...13935
6720....8352
3828.....4692
4764....5820
5940....6984
6720....8352
2928....3552
3624....4440
6336....7872


10416...13146
5616....6612
4272....5232
5616....6612
5028....6180
5616....6612
6336....7872
7080....8160


5480....6216
7080....8160
5940....6984
4512....5520
5480....6216
4272....5232
5028....6180
3828....4692
2052....2484


2268....2748
5028....6180
5480....6216
4512....5520
3252....3972
3828....4692
5616....6612
3252....3972
5616....6612


6720....8352
6336....7872
5616.....6612
6720....8352


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Classification


Salary Range
Number of Annually
Employees Min. Max.


Heavy Equipment Maintenance Foreman............
Heavy Equipment Operator I...................
Heavy Equipment Operator II....................
Heavy Equipment Operator III...................
Heavy Equipment Shop Supervisor.................
High School Registrar................... .....
Highway Project Supervisor II..................
Hospital Administrator................. ........
Hospital Food Service Worker....................
Hospital Housekeeper I.........................
Hospital Housekeeper II.........................
Hospital Kitchen Attendant.....................
Hospital Kitchen lianager........................
Hospital Orderly I..............................
Hospital Orderly II............................
Hospital Orderly III............................
Hospital Plant Maintenance Foreman..............
Hospital Revenue Collector I...................
Hospital Revenue Collector II...................
Housekeeper I...................................
Housekeeping Attendant.................... .....
House Parent .............. ......................
House Physician. ...............................


Inhalation Therapist........... ................
Institution Attendant..........................
Institution Business Manager I..................
Institution Business Manager II................


Institution Cook
Institution Cook
Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue
Internal Revenue


I..............................
II. oo.. ........... .............
Agent I........................
Agent II.......................
Agent III.....................
Officer I.....................
Officer II....................
Officer Trainee ...............


$5616....6612
3624....4440
4512....5520
4764....5820
5616....6612
6276....7416
6276....7416
6720....8352
2388....2868
3624....4440
5028....6180
2640....3216
4512....5520
3084....3756
3432....4200
4044.....4956
5940....6984
3828....4692
4272....5232
3252....3972
2784 ....3360
3432....4200
11500...14164


5028....6180
2388....2868
5480 ....6216
6276....7416
3084....3756
3828....4692
7944....9840
8352...10416
8760...11016
5028....6180
5940....6984
4512....5520


Junior management Assistant....... .............


Key Punch Operator..............................
Key Punch Supervisor ..........................


7 5616....6612


3828....4692
4512 ....5520












Number of
Employees


Classification


Labor Economist................................
Labor Foreman.......................... ....
Laboratory Technician I.........................
Laboratory Technician II........................
Laboratory Technologist Supervisor..............
Laborer I.......................... .............
Laborer II......................................
Laborer III ............. ................. .......
Land Appraiser.................................
Laundry VJashman............................. ...
Laundry Manager .................................
Laundry Uorker I...............................
Laundry Uorker II.............................
Life Guard I.... ................................
Life Guard II.. o ..... ......... ....... ........
Lift Station Operator........... ...............
Local Officer Manager I, Employment Service.....
Local Officer Ilanager II, Employment Service....


Maintenance Engineer I..........................
Maintenance Engineer II........................
Maintenance Equipment Operator..................
Maintenance Torker I...........................
manager, Sheltered '.orkshop....................
l1anpower Training Coordinator...................
Mason............................... .. ..........
Medical Record Clerk I..........................
Medical Record Clerk II........................
liedical Records Librarian.......... ...........
Medical Records Supervisor......................
Medical Secretary I............................
Medical Secretary II.............................
Medical Social 7orker...o........................
Mental Health Counsellor ........................
Mental Health Nurse Consultant ...................
Messenger. ..................................
Miimeograph Operator......................... .....
Morgue Attendant ..............................
Motor Pool Supervisor...........................


Nurse Anesthetist..... ............ .............
Nurse Consultant For Special Fields..............


Salary Range
Annually
Hin. Hax.


$5940....6984
3252 ....3972
4764....5820
5616....6612
6336....7872
2052....2484
2640....3216
2928....3552
5940 ....6984
2928....3552
4764....5820
2388....2868
2640....3216
4044....4956
4764....5820
3432....4200
5940....6984
6336....7416


5616....6612
5940..,.6984
3432....4200
2508....3036
5616....6612
6276....7416
3828....4692
3624....4440
3828....4692
5940...6984
5028....6180
4044....4956
4764....5820
6276....7416
6276....7416
6336....7872
2268....2748
2640....3216
3432 ....4200
5616....6612


5940....6984
6336....7872











Number of
Employees


Classification


Nurse Midwife Supervisor........................
Nurse Supervisor.............................
Nurse's Aide I .................................
Nurses Aide II... ..............................
Nurse's Aide III................................
Nutritionist....................................


Obstetrical Consultant.............. .........
Occupational Therapist..........................
Occupational Therapy Worker.....................


Parasitologist....... .....................
Payroll Audit Clerk I..........................
Payroll Audit Clerk II.........................
Payroll Audit Clerk III.......................
Payroll Audit Clerk IV...... ...................
PBX Operator Receptionist........................
Personnel Technician I........................
Personnel Technician II..........................
Pharmacist II........ ......... ...............
Photo Laboratory Assistant...................
Photostat and Microfilm Operator................
Physical Therapist..........................
Physician II................................
Physician III..................................
Pipeline Haintenance Supervisor ...............
Plumber .............................. 00... ....
Plumber Foreman.......... ....................
Police Captain................................
Police Corporal...............................
Police Detective, Grade III.....................
Police Detective, Grade II......................
Police Lieutenant...............................
Policeman............. ..........................
Police Matron...................................
Police Photographer..............................
Police Sergeant......*.........................
Policewoman ........................
Practical Nurse........................ ......
Printer II.....................................
Prison Guard....................................
Prison Guard Supervisor.........................
Prison HTarden.....................................
Procurement and Property Clerk I................
Procurement and Property Clerk II................
Project Coordinator..............................


Salary Range
Annually
Min. Max.


$7104 ....7872
5940....6984
2640....3216
3084....3756
3624....4440
6276....7416


10000...12320
6336....7872
4764....5820


6720....8352
3828....4692
4272....5232
5028....6180
5616....6612
3252....3972
5480....6216
5940....6984
6336....7872
3828....4692
4512.....5520
6336.....7872
8500...10472
10000...12320
6276....7416
4752....5232
4512....5520
6336....7872
5028....6180
5028 ....6180
5616....6612
6276....7416
4764 ....5820
3432....4200
5028....6180
5616....6612
4272....5232
4272....5232
3828....4692
4044....4956
5480....6216
6720....3352
3828....4692
4512....5520
6336....7872









Number of
Employees


Classification


Property and Procurement Officer I..............
Property and Procurement Officer II.............
Property and Procurement Officer III...........
Psychiatric Social 1Tork Aide.................
Psychiatric Social Porker......................
Psychiatrist ..... ..............................
Public Health Dentist..............................
Public Health Educator.........................
Public Health Nurse I.........................
Public Health Nurse II.......................
Public Health Nursing Director..................
Public Health Nursing Supervisor................
Public Health Physician ......... ...............
Public Iorks Project Supervisor I .............
Public Works Project Supervisor II..............
Pumping Equipment Maintenance Foreman............


Receptionist ................... ..............
Records Management Officer.....................
Recreation Aide.............. ...............
Recreation Leader I,...........................
Recreation Leader-II.......................
Revenue Audit Clerk I........................
Revenue Audit Clerk II.........................
Revenue Audit Clerk III.....................
Road Maintenance Foreman ........................


Sanitarian I.... ...................... ..........
Sanitation Inspector I.........................
Sanitation Inspector II.........................
Sanitation Project Supervisor .................
Sanitation Project Supervisor 11...............
Sanitation Supervisor ............ ........ ..i.
Sanitation Truck Driver .........................
School Attendance Counsellor I.................
School Attendance Counsellor II.................
School Lunch Cook I....... .....................
School Lunch Cook II.............................
School Lunch Dietitian................... .......
School Lunch Kitchen Manager I..................
School Lunch Kitchen Manager II.................
School Nurse I........... ... .... ..... .........
School Nurse II .................................
Seamstress..*......... .......... ... ...... .... .
Signalman.......... ............................ ..


Salary Range
Annually
Min. Max.


$5616....6612
6276....7416
6720....8352
5480....6216
6276....7416
11500...14164
11500...14164
6276....7416
5480....6216
5940....6984
6720....8352
6276....7416
11500...14164
5028....6180
5616....6612
4764....5820


3828....4692
6720....8352
2640....3216
3252....3972
4512.....5520
4764....5820
5028....6180
5616....6612
4044....4956


5480....6216
3828.....4692
4512....5520
3624....4440
4044....4956
5028....6180
3252....3972
3828....4692
4512....5520
2268....2748
2640....3216
5616....6612
3828....4692
4512....5520
5480....6216
5940....6984
2828....3552
2640....3216











Number of
Employees


Classification


Special Assistant, Employment Sec. Agency.......
Special Education Consultant. ..................
Special Project Account Clerk..................
Speech Therapist...............................
Spray Project Foreman........ ..................
Spray Project Worker............................
Staff Nurse Midwife...........................
Statistical Clerk I.............................
Statistical Clerk II ..........................
Storekeeper I........... ......................
Storekeeper II..... .................. .........
Storekeeper III... ...........................
Storekeeper IV......... ......................
Supt., Insular Training Schools..4..............
Supt., Hospital Plant Operation.................
Supt., School Plant Operations..................
Supervisor, Child elfare......................
Supervisor, Disbursing Section..................
Supervisor, Div. of Lging & Special Programs....
Supervisor, Family Services.....................
Supervisor, Payroll Section...................
Supervisor, Sheltered workshop ......... ........
Supervisor, Unemployment Insurance Accounts.....
Survey and Deeds Records Supervisor.............


Tax Accounts and Records Clerk I................
Tax Return Examiner.........................
Tax Technician......................... ...
Tissue Technologist.............................
Trades Helper ...................... ............
Trainee Dental Assistant........................
Trainee Internal Revenue Officer...............
Trainee Key Punch Operator......................
Trainee Personnel Technician....................
Trainee Vital Records Statistician..............
Translator...........................................
Truckdriver I.................................
Truckdriver II..................................


Unemployment Claims Deputy I................
Unemployment Claims Deputy II.................
Unemployment Insurance Field Representative II..
Unemployment Insurance Representative...........


Salary Range
Annually
iiin. iax.


$6336....7872
7488....7872
4512....5520
6336....7872
3252....3972
2640....3216
5940....6984
4272....5232
5028.....6180
3828....4692
4512....5520
5028....6180
5616....6612
7890....8430
6720....8352
6720....8352
7080....8160
4764....5820
7080....8160
7080....8160
6336....7872
5480....6216
6336....7872
5616....6612


4512....5520
4512....5520
6276....7416
6276....7416
2928....3552
3084....3756
4512....5520
3252....3972
4512....5520
5480....6216
4764....5820
2640....3216
3084....3756


5028....6180
5616....6612
5616....6612
6276....7416












lumber of
Employees


Classification


Verifier Operator .............................
Veterinary Technician II.......................
Veterinarian ............. .......... ............
Vouchering Clerk I..............................
Vouchering Clerk II..........................
Voucher Examiner I..............................
Voucher Examiner II..............................
Voucher Examiner III..........................


Wage and Contribution Clerk....................
Ward aid................................. ...
Watchman .. ....... .......... .............. ....
Watchman-Custodial Uorker.....................
Tater Plant Foreman ...........................
Tater Plant Operator..... .....................
Water Plant Superintendent......................
Elder ..........................................
'.elder Foreman.............. ......................


X-Ray Technician I.............................
X-Ray Technician II..........................
X-Ray Technician Supervisor....................
X-Ray Technician Trainee.......... ............


Salary Range
Annually
1iin. Hax.


$4044....4956
4512....5520
7500 ....9240
3828....4692
4044....4956
4512....5520
5028....6180
5615....6612


4764....5820
2508....3036
2160....2592
2268....2748
4512....5520
3624....4440
6276....7416
5480....6216
5940,...6984


4764....5820
5616....6612
6336.....7872
3432 ....4200