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CS Employment Agreement; Assistant Swim Coach 1997AGREEMENT THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into this 15th day of March, 1997, by and between the CITY OF SAN RAFAEL, hereinafter referred to as "CITY", and Nicole Nevin, hereinafter referred to as 'EMPLOYEE". WHEREAS, the CITY, in order to provide a recreation program and services for its and WHEREAS, the CITY, in order to provide said program is authorized to employ an Assistant Swim Coach: NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained herein, the parties hereby agree as follows: 1. The CITY hereby contracts with the EMPLOYEE to perform services as Assistant Swim Coach as enumerated in Exhibit "A" attached. 2. The term of employment will be for a period of four months beginning March 15, 1997 and shall run no longer than July 26, 1997. 3. EMPLOYEE agrees to perform the services enumerated in Exhibit "A" which is incorporated herein by reference. 4. Salary will be $1,100/month beginning April '97 for 5 months and will be paid each month on the business day falling on or nearest the final day of the month in the same manner as regular part time employees of the City of San Rafael. The seasonal total will be $5,500. EMPLOYEE will be enrolled in PARS (Public Agency Retirement System). The salary may be prorated for unexcused absences. 5. Assistant Swim Coach will be covered by CITY for Workman's Compensation Insurance. 6. Assistant Swim Coach will work 26 hours a week from March 15 through June 14th and 42 hours a week from June 16 through July 26. Any evening or weekend work will generally be accomplished by use of flex time. 7. The Assistant Swim Coach will report to and receive direction from the Recreation Supervisor in charge of the Aquatics Division in performance of duties enumerated in Exhibit A. 8. The Assistant Swim Coach and City of San Rafael agree to submit any claims arising under this Agreement to binding arbitration pursuant to the current provisions of the California Code of Civil Procedures and any successor statutes. nP1 9. EMPLOYEE s., all have supervisory and disciplina� y authority over any minor as part of the services to be performed hereunder. The EMPLOYEE is required to ensure that he/she complies with the Public Resources Code Section 5164, namely, they must undergo a criminal background check before being retained or hired by the City. 10. No other benefits are implied other than those specifically contained in this document. EMPLOYEE has no rights to any regular position with the City of San Rafael. Regular employment procedures administered through the Personnel Office would be followed should EMPLOYEE want to be considered for any full time regular position. 11. CITY may terminate this employment agreement at its option, on the occurrence of any one of the following events: a. The loss of a facility in which program services are provided due to events beyond the control of the CITY, or occurrence of circumstances that make it impossible or impractical for the program services to be continued. In such event, CITY shall give EMPLOYEE 10 days written notice of termination. b. The inadequacy of revenue generated by the program services as determined by quarterly accounting audits performed by CITY. In such event, CITY shall give EMPLOYEE 10 days written notice of termination. CITY OF SAN RAFAEL ATTEST: ANNE M. LEONCINI C aty Attorney ROD GOULD Cit) Manager i IARON MCNAMEE !creation Director a'1rt�r(t op' -7 Nicole Nevim Assistant Swim 0'2�'Y' t --v Coach