Civil service employees are governed by their departmental rules, regulations and chief’s orders. Any noncivil service city employee may engage in outside employment as long as such activity:
- Does not interfere with the employee’s performance at the city or result in conflict of interest or a potential conflict of interest.
- Does not bring the city into disrepute or possibly reflect discredit upon the individual as an employee of the city.
It is the responsibility of the employee to notify his or her supervisor with a written statement describing the nature of the outside employment and hours of work before accepting the outside employment.
If you are a newly hired employee who already engages in outside employment, you must provide your supervisor with a written statement describing the nature of the outside employment and hours of work. Once you have submitted your statement, your supervisor will coordinate with the department director to ensure that the outside employment does not conflict with anything described in the Outside Employment policy.
The noncivil service employee’s supervisor also must submit a copy of the statement describing the outside employment to the Human Resources Department. For more details concerning outside employment, refer to the Outside Employment Policy available on Inet. For more information, contact Senior Employee Relations Advisor TeRena Colbert at firstname.lastname@example.org or (972) 721-7704.