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Office of Business Administrator
The Business Administrator oversees preparation of the annual operating budget and the Capital Plan, and supervises the administration of each of the departments within the City. The Business Administrator is responsible for review of the organization and operation of all City departments, and prescribes standards and rules of administrative practice and procedure, in consultation with the heads of the departments under his jurisdiction. The Business Administrator reports directly to the Mayor, and is the City administration’s primary liaison with City Council.

Business Administrator – George Savastano –
gsavastano@seaislecitynj.us  
 
Human Resources/Personnel Office
The HR office includes administration of all New Jersey Civil Service requirements and employee services relative to personnel programs, payroll and insurance; administration of the City’s worker’s compensation and liability insurance program in coordination with the Atlantic County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund; and assistance to the office of the Business Administrator.

HR/Personnel Office contact – Kellie Seib –
kseib@seaislecitynj.us
Payroll/Civil Service contact – Lisa Rutledge – lrutledge@seaislecitynj.us
 
Purchasing Office
The Purchasing Agent is responsible for the duties of the Purchasing office. The Purchasing Agent establishes and develops accepted purchasing methods and records in accordance with prescribed laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies and procedures. The Purchasing Agent reviews requisitions for operating and maintenance equipment, materials and supplies; prepares specifications; and reviews and analyzes bids.
 
Purchasing Agent - Carmela Desiderio – cdesiderio@seaislecitynj.us
Assistant Purchasing Agent - Vicki Pittaluga -
vpittaluga@seaislecitynj.us

 
Engineering
Engineering functions and the duties of the City Engineer (not including work on behalf of applicants to the Planning and Zoning Boards) are overseen by the Business Administrator. In accordance with State law, municipal engineering projects are required to be designed by, and constructed under, the supervision of a New Jersey licensed engineer. The City Engineer is Andrew Previti.

 

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