Independent Monitor Screening Committee Releases New Interview Timeline

Independent Monitor Screening Committee Releases New Interview Timeline

DENVER – The Independent Monitor Screening Committee today released a new interview and evaluation process timeline for Denver’s next Independent Monitor.

On May 11, Mayor Michael B. Hancock requested that the Committee reconvene in order to forward additional candidates for the position of Independent Monitor. Following, the Screening Committee re-opened the national application process. The application submission period closes on Sunday, June 10 and the interview and evaluation process will begin.

“I greatly appreciate the hard work of this Committee that has expeditiously moved to find strong candidates for this critical position,” Mayor Hancock said.

The proposed interview and evaluation timeline is as follows:
  • Sunday, June 10 – Application submission period closes.
  • Week of June 11 – The Committee will review and evaluate applications.
  • Week of June 18 – The Committee will contact applicants and set interviews.
  • Week of June 25 – The Committee will conduct interviews of select applicants.
  • Week of July 2 – The Committee will select final applicants for the position. Career Service Authority will perform due diligence of the applicants.
  • Week of July 9 – Final candidates (three or less) will be forwarded to the Mayor and a public forum will be held (location and time to be announced at a later date).

Following the public forum, Mayor Hancock will interview the recommended candidates provided by the Committee. The appointment of the Independent Monitor is subject to confirmation by City Council.

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Posted on Jun 08, 2012 (Archive on Jul 08, 2012)
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