For the purpose of this article, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
   DUAL CLASSIFICATION POSITION. A combination of two positions of different classifications, requiring the services of one employee, who has been certified as qualified and who may be required to perform in both classifications.
   INTERIM EMPLOYEE.  One who, at the time of employment, is employed with the intention that his or her employment will be for a given work period or for a specific project with the probability of being laid off at the end of the work period or project.
   NORMAL WORK SHIFT.  Consists of eight consecutive hours, with the exception of the meal break and shall have a regular starting and quitting time.
   NORMAL WORKWEEK. Five consecutive eight- hour days, Monday through Friday, except for continuous operations.
   PART-TIME EMPLOYEE.  One who, at the time of employment and thereafter, is scheduled to work less than a normal work-week; provided, however, that a regular employee who works less than a normal workweek because of lack of funds or available work is not a PART-TIME EMPLOYEE within the meaning of this chapter.
   REGULAR EMPLOYEE.  An individual who is employed to work a normal workweek in a permanent position, and shall include a seasonal employee who has been employed a sufficient number of work seasons to have accumulated 2,080 hours of employment.
   RESIDENCE. The actual domicile of the employee. An employee shall have only one domicile.
   SEASONAL EMPLOYEE.  An individual who is employed to work a normal workweek, in a position designed to be filled for a work season.
   TEMPORARY EMPLOYEE. One who is employed for a short period of time to perform emergency or extra work in a department, or to fill a temporary vacancy. Temporary appointments shall be limited to a maximum of 90 days within a cost center, and are nonrenewable.
   YEAR.  Except as otherwise clearly indicated, shall mean the calendar year for purposes of this chapter.
(Ord. 474, passed 3-20-1942; Ord. 2509, passed 8-28-1975; Ord. 1404, passed 10-14-1957; Ord. 2699, passed 2-26-1979; Ord. 2924, passed 9-24-1984)