Wednesday, February 06, 2013

Search Firm May Determine Hiring Salary For New Position
A search firm will help find a new county administrator for Washington County Virginia. After an hour in closed session the Board of Supervisors decided to hire the search firm SPRINGSTED out of Richmond. Board members could not agree on the three candidates that were already interviewed for the job so SPRINGSTED will provide a longer list of applicants to consider. The three candidates who were interviewed could also reapply. Board members will provide the search firm with their requirements and a list should be available within five months so the interview process could continue at that time. The previously discussed salary would top out at 130-thousand dollars a year but the search firm may also help to determine a new hiring salary for the new administrator. (bg)

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