|Sara P. Walker
Director of Personnel
WV Division of Personnel
State Capitol, Building 6, Room 416
1900 Kanawha Blvd. E.
Charleston, WV 25305
PH: 304-558-3950 FAX: 304-957-0141
to the West Virginia Division
of Personnel’s homepage. The Division of Personnel was created by
statute in 1989 to provide leadership in human resource management,
including administration of a merit system (i.e., civil service), for
the executive operating agencies of State government. A comprehensive
system of personnel management is achieved through the integration of
six functional areas, which are administered by the Director of
Personnel with oversight by a five-member State Personnel Board. The
Director's Office provides overall management of the Division.
provide information to employees and
administrators on topics of statewide interest and importance through
regular distribution of newsletters and other publications; serves as
liaison to the State Personnel Board; and provides many other
fiscal support services for the Division.
Teresa K. Morgan
Assistant Director of Employee Information/
Employee Information/Transaction Processing staff establish and maintain employee information systems and records for all employees, and assures compliance with merit system standards and other applicable rules, policies, and procedures through a system of payroll audits.
Barbara J. Jarrell
Assistant Director of Classification and Compensation
Classification and Compensation staff establish and maintain class specifications and classification plans based on job analysis and develops and maintains compensation plans which consider responsibility and difficulty of work, labor market competition, and internal equity.
Joseph F. Thomas
Assistant Director of Employee Relations
Employee Relations staff formulate and interpret consistent personnel policies and procedures for employees and employers, and provide technical assistance and consultation in grievance and disciplinary matters.
| Organization and
Assistant Director of Organization and Human Resource Development
Organization and Human Resource Development staff provide training and development programs for all State employees and direct the activities of the Center for Quality Government. In addition to providing technical advice and consulting services for agency-specific training and development programs, OHRD employees administer the Supervisor/Manager Training Program policy (PDF).
Michael J. Campbell
Assistant Director of Staffing Services
|Staffing Services staff provide information to individuals seeking employment with the State and conduct an integrated system for recruiting, screening, and referring applicants for merit system and other employment in State government. This area also has oversight responsibilities for assurance that promotions and inter-agency transfers comply with merit system standards, as well as conducting research and development of job-related employment examination procedures.|