Morgan commission hires human resources director
By Sheryl Marsh
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A human resource management consultant will be Morgan County’s new human resource director.
The County Commission unanimously approved hiring Terry Naccarato of Decatur during a meeting Tuesday.
The commission had planned to hire Naccarato two weeks ago, but all the commissioners wanted to meet him first.
They were impressed.
“He will be an asset to Morgan County in more than one way,” said District 4 Commissioner Stacy George. “I think he’s overqualified.”
District 2 Commissioner Ken Livingston shared George’s sentiment.
“I think he will be a good representative for Morgan County,” said Livingston.
Murphy, who did not meet with Naccarato, said he saw his resume and “he was well qualified, and I think he was a good choice.”
District 1 Commissioner Jeff Clark was on the committee to hire the director. Revenue Commissioner Amanda Scott, Probate Judge Greg Cain, Sheriff Greg Bartlett, Chairman John Glasscock and one of his employees served on the committee, also.
George commended the committee for selecting Naccarato from among five other candidates. Naccarato has a bachelor of science degree in business management from Lewis-Clark State College in Idaho, and a master of education with concentration in professional development and adult education.
His past job experiences include teaching human resource courses at Northwest College, The University of Mary and Montana State University. He also managed human resource projects for Monsanto/Solutia in Idaho, which included designing a sexual harassment investigation process.
Currently he is an independent human resource management consultant, according to his resume. Naccarato begins work July 9. His office will be in the commission office on the fifth floor.
He replaces Jack Underwood, whom the commission fired in November for sending sexually charged e-mails to Glasscock, who forwarded some of them to others.
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