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18 job(s) at Baker Tilly

Rockville Economic Development Inc. (REDI) Rockville, MD, USA
Aug 10, 2022
Full Time
The Managing Director for the Maryland Women’s Business Center reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer for the Rockville Economic Development, Inc. (REDI). The MWBC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, as well as other Federal and local funding sources, including hosting more than 120 workshops a year, interacting with more than 1,600 clients through its various services and programs. The Managing Director, responsible for overseeing an annual budget of $1M and leading a staff of seven, plus other contractors and volunteers, will facilitate the daily operations of the Maryland Women’s Business Center (MWBC) in Rockville, Bowie, and a satellite location in Frederick.   A key responsibility of the Managing Director is overseeing the fiscal management of MWBC to ensure resource and programmatic goals are met, existing grants are effectively managed and other funding sources are identified and pursued. The Managing Director will develop MWBC’s annual budget, track actual expenses to budget and report to REDI’s Board of Directors and its Executive and Finance Committees on the financial position of the Center and market risks, and develop and manage relationships with diverse stakeholders, including funders, community members, nonprofits, businesses and government officials at local and national levels. The Managing Director will also publicize programs through a variety of mechanisms including media opportunities, website, social media, print channels and trade show attendance, and build and maintain a network with organizations that support entrepreneurs. The position also supervises the training and business counseling programs to ensure a diverse population of women is supported in compliance with funder requirements.
City of Harrisonburg, VA Harrisonburg, VA, USA
Aug 05, 2022
Full Time
The City Manager serves as the chief executive officer and administrative head of the City government and as such, is responsible to the City Council for the overall daily operations, service delivery, and administration of all City affairs. The City Manager reports to the City Council and directly supervises 17 executive-level positions, all members of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT), including a Deputy City Manager and an Assistant to the City Manager.
City of Clearwater, FL Clearwater, FL, USA
Aug 03, 2022
Full Time
Clearwater Gas System is seeking an Executive Director of Gas System to be responsible for leading the gas department and maintaining a management framework that supports the City’s strategic direction in a sustainable manner. Responsibilities of the position include defining and evaluating project milestones, service level agreements, and resource allocation; orchestrating plans to grow and expand business and improve general performance and forecast growth; tracking and monitoring key indicators of operating performance; generating consistent and growing annual transfer payments to the city; and developing and determining gas rates and recovery clause. Please review the recruitment brochure to learn more about this position. The starting salary for this position ranges from $130,000—$150,000 depending on the qualifications and experience of the successful candidate. The City of Clearwater offers an outstanding array of benefits including 100% paid employee coverage for health and life insurance. EOE.
Sumter County, Florida Sumter County, FL, USA
Aug 02, 2022
Full Time
The Development Services Director conducts highly responsible professional, administrative, and technical work in the management and administration of all Development Services Department activities as directed by the County Administrator. The Director oversees an annual department budget of $4,876,197 and 11 staff in planning and building/fire code/permitting and inspections. A fourth Planner position was recently approved and will bring the total staff to 12.   The starting salary for this position will be $78,968.16 - $112,919.04 - $146,890.80 depending upon experience and qualifications. Sumter County provides a large selection of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and retirement through the Florida Retirement System. The county provides some benefits at no cost, while others require employee participation. Relocation assistance is not available.
City of Branson, Missouri Branson, MO, USA
Aug 01, 2022
Full Time
The City Administrator is the City’s Chief Executive Officer and is responsible for the efficient and economical operation of city government. With an organization that employs approximately 360 full- and part-time staff, which is supported by a combined budget of $80+ million, the City Administrator’s Office provides staff support services to the Board of Aldermen and coordinates the development and analysis of policy recommendations presented to the Mayor and Board of Aldermen. The Administrator interacts daily with the City’s Executive Team, consisting of the City Administrator and department directors. The City Administrator’s Office also works with a variety of community and economic development partners to assist in providing the best possible services and information to the citizens of Branson. Compensation will be negotiated based on experience, education, and overall fit for the position. The City will provide the new City Administrator with Local Area Government Retirement System (LAGERS) at the L-6 level, the highest level benefit for municipalities in Missouri that also pay into Social Security, Paid time off for vacation and sick leave, the choice of three different medical insurance plans and one dental insurance plan with excellent family coverage, and life insurance up to $150,000 in value.
City of Staunton, Virginia Staunton, VA, USA
Jul 21, 2022
Full Time
Under the supervision of the City Manager and School Superintendent, the Chief Financial Officer has oversight of planning, organizing, and directing all financial and budgeting activities of the City and School Board. In this unique arrangement adopted in 2012, the CFO works directly with the City Manager, the Superintendent of Schools, and School Budget Director to prepare the annual budget. The CFO also has responsibility for capital projects planning and administration, debt management and administration, grant administration, audit completion and compliance, revenue analysis, utility revenue and rate analysis, investment management, purchasing, and accounting functions. This position speaks for the financial interests of the City as a key representative to regional agencies. The CFO will also have the opportunity to provide the fiscal support to assist in evaluating economic development opportunities, some of which are located downtown, or in areas considered brownfields.
City of Belle Meade, Tennessee Belle Meade, TN, USA
Jul 19, 2022
Full Time
As the chief administrative officer, the City Manager is responsible for the daily administration and coordination of all city affairs in accordance with the city code, ordinances, resolutions, and by the Board of Commissioners directives. The City Manager supervises the Finance & Human Resources Director, City Recorder, Public Works Superintendent, Building Codes Director, Administrative Assistant, and Chief of Police. This position will oversee a staff of 30 employees and manage a $6+ million budget. A starting salary based on the successful candidate’s qualifications and experience will be offered, with a range extending from $98,000—$138,000. The City of Belle Meade also offers a range of employee benefits, including medical, dental, vision, paid vacation, sick leave, 401(K) with up to 8% City contribution, and optional (self-funded) State 457b annuity.
Town of Apex, North Carolina Apex, NC, USA
Jul 18, 2022
Full Time
The newly created position of a second Assistant Town Manager will establish and define the goals of the new Community Development and Neighborhood Connections division, develop and align the town’s community development strategy, and assist with the development and implementation of an affordable housing plan. In addition to the new Community Development and Neighborhood Connections division, the new Assistant Town Manager will also oversee Community and Safety, which includes Police and the 911 Communications Center; Fire; and Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources. These community-facing departments are vital for developing a strong, transparent relationship with Apex residents. The Assistant Town Manager will be responsible for establishing initiatives and policies that will further engage the community and ensure that residents can participate and communicate with elected and town officials.
City of Staunton, Virginia Staunton, VA, USA
Jul 13, 2022
Full Time
The City is seeking a City Manager to be responsible for managing general operations and administering policies and ordinances enacted by City Council. It is the duty of the City Manager to develop an annual City budget and appoint all department directors for the various operating departments. The City Manager’s office includes an Assistant City Manager, Executive Assistant and Communications Manager. The next City Manager will have the opportunity ensure the City is engaged in public-private partnerships and assist with implementing business-friendly policies to encourage growth. The next City Manager will also have the opportunity to hire two new positions (CFO and Communications Director).   The City staff consists of approximately 470 full and part-time employees with an annual operating budget of $142.2 million (FY23). The General Fund budget is $65.2 million, with the remainder of the City’s expenditures devoted to funding the operations of the school system and a variety of enterprise and special funds. The City maintains a low tax rate and the assessed value of homes and businesses in the City over the past two years continues to increase which reflects the greater value the market is placing on the community, its strong economy and quality of life.
City of Hastings, NE Hastings, Nebraska, USA
Jul 12, 2022
Full Time
The administration of the City government is performed under the direction of the Mayor by the City Administrator. Services provided to residents include public safety; highways and streets; planning and zoning; parks; recreation; urban development; electric, natural gas, water, and sanitary sewer systems; sanitary landfill; and general administrative services. The Mayor and the City Council appoint the City Administrator to carry out policies and ensure effective, efficient, and responsive professional service to the entire community. The City Administrator oversees department/division directors to lead Council directed programs and initiatives. The City Administrator is responsible for overseeing a $164 million budget, 407 full-time and 75 union employees (Police and Fire). The City Administrator serves as the conduit between the Legislative Branch of City Government, the City Council, and the various City Department heads. The Administrator is responsible for all Fire and Police Personnel appointments as well. The salary range for the City Administrator position is $167,377—$183,996 and is negotiable dependent upon the hired candidate’s qualifications and experience. A competitive benefits package is offered which includes: Health Insurance Plan options, Dental Insurance, Voluntary life insurance, Short-term disability, Automobile allowance, Professional Dues / Subscription reimbursement, Professional Development travel and subsistence expenses reimbursed, and Pension (City contribution based on wages). The City of Hastings will reimburse the hired candidate for relocation expenses. Candidates that are interviewed in person will be reimbursed for their travel.
City of Ashland, Wisconsin Ashland, Wisconsin
Jul 12, 2022
Full Time
The Director of Planning & Development performs professional and administrative duties related to city planning, zoning, and code enforcement.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, initiating, implementing, monitoring, and updating municipal planning activities and community designs, writing and administering grants, reviewing all residential, commercial, industrial, and institutional development and redevelopment proposals, guiding growth to appropriate areas of the City as outlined in various City planning documents, building collaborative relationships with municipal departments, boards, commissions, state agencies, neighboring units of government, regional organizations and institutions, businesses, and residents, and initiating outreach activities on the mission and work of the department.   The Director of Planning & Development reports to the City Administrator and supervises the Main Street Manager/Assistant Planner, contracted Building Inspector, Property Maintenance Officer, Administrative Assistant/Permits Technician, Interns, and other LTEs. This position supervises and works with the Administrative Assistant/Permits Technician and Committee Chairs in the preparation of agendas, coordination of meeting schedules, staff reports and presentation materials for various committees, including the Planning Commission, Sustainability Committee, Zoning Board of Appeals and Historic Preservation Commission.
Fulton County, Georgia Fulton County, GA, USA
Jul 08, 2022
Full Time
The County is seeking a Director of Registration and Elections (DRE). This position serves as the chief executive responsible for developing goals, objectives, policies, and procedures relating to voter registration and elections in Fulton County. The DRE also prepares, presents, and manages the department’s approved annual budget.  The DRE leads programs and services that ensure safe, free, and accessible voter registration and elections in the County. The DRE ensures accurate collection and maintenance of voter registration data and administers the county elections and associated services, which includes but is not limited to absentee balloting, voter registration, voter education and outreach. The Director collects information and validates candidates for elective office, ensures the availability of training for poll workers, and directs efforts to educate voters on elections in the county. The DRE performs other duties, including preservation, storage, preparation, testing and maintenance of departmental election equipment. Furthermore, the director oversees election district boundaries, and administers the selection of polling places in the county.
City of Joplin, MO Joplin, MO, USA
Jun 24, 2022
Full Time
The Public Works Director reports directly to the City Manager and is an “at-will” employee, serving at the pleasure of the organization’s chief administrative officer. Overseeing 150+ positions supported by a combined annual operations budget of nearly $50 million, and an annual capital improvements budget of approximately $10 million, the Public Works Director is responsible for six (6) Divisions that include: Airport; Facilities Maintenance; Infrastructure; Public Transportation & MAPS; Solid Waste Management and Recycling; and, Wastewater Treatment.    Candidates should possess a record of providing outstanding customer service and strategic leadership with attention to detail. The Public Works Director must be a team player and collaborator with other departments and outside agencies. A history of effective service delivery, creative problem-solving and community collaboration is essential. Strong project management skills and the ability to recommend cost effective solutions is also important. The Director must possess exceptional interpersonal skills and effectively communicate with municipal elected officials, other departments, and the public regarding the importance of establishing a collective long-term vision for the City’s future capital infrastructure needs and the services provided by Public Works to the community.   The successful candidate must conduct their work with the highest integrity, and demonstrate proficiency in communicating effectively, be adept at making good judgement, possess a record of sound decision making, and be able to provide exceptional leadership for a municipal organization. A history of utilizing creative problem solving and possessing the confidence and ability to make presentations to employee groups and/or City Council is essential. Candidates should possess the ability to adapt to and accept change at a rapid pace while being respectful of Joplin’s organizational history and culture. The incumbent Public Works Director is retiring after a 40-year career with the City.
City of Shorewood, Minnesota Shorewood, Minnesota
Jun 22, 2022
Full Time
The City Administrator is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and coordinating, the daily operations of all city departments and functions including administration, finance, planning, engineering, public works/utilities, parks, and city facilities; provides information and support to the City Council and advisory commissions; and serves as Executive Director of the Economic Development Authority. Positions reporting directly to the City Administrator include the Finance Director, the Planning Director, the Public Works Director, the City Clerk/HR Director, and the Parks and Recreation Director.  The City  Administrator  reports  to  the City Council.
Bath County, Virginia Warm Springs, VA, USA
Jun 16, 2022
Full Time
The County Administrator also serves as the chief advisor to the Board and conducts County business in accordance with Board policy. Duties include executing all policies established by the Board or mandated by the state and administering the budget. The County Administrator also has primary responsibility for personnel administration, including hiring and removal of staff, staff organization, employee performance, review of proposed personnel actions, and interpretation of personnel policies. As the County Administrator, they will oversee the daily operations of the County, supervise the work of staff, and prepare the annual budget for approval by the Board of Supervisors. The County Administrator ensures compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances as well as maintains open communication with various partners such as the business community, area governments, and county residents.
Fulton County, Georgia Atlanta, GA, USA
Jun 07, 2022
Full Time
The Chief Appraiser directs the overall operations of the Tax Assessor's Office, including establishing the department's mission, vision, goals, objectives, and programs. This position supervises four Deputy Chief Appraisers, who each manage assigned staff in their specific areas: commercial, residential, personal property, and daily administration of property appraisal activities. The Chief Appraiser interprets, applies, and ensures compliance with all applicable codes, laws, rules, regulations, standards, policies, and procedures; initiates any actions necessary to correct deviations or violations; establishes short- and long-range goals for the department and consults with Deputy Chief Appraisers to ensure that the team achieves the projected goals. Additionally, the Chief Appraiser performs other duties including, but not limited to, directing the preparation of the Annual Tax Digest; establishing and implementing a review cycle for taxable property to ensure proper valuation; and developing, implementing, and administering department policies and budget.
City of Rockville Rockville, MD, USA
Jun 03, 2022
Full Time
The Deputy City Manager reports directly to and assists the City Manager in overseeing and working with the nine City departments to achieve departmental and city-wide objectives, initiate and oversee strategic plans, and execute Mayor and Council policy initiatives. Responsibilities also require significant contact with residents and community leaders, as well as other governments. Additionally, the Deputy City Manager will have a leading role in developing and overseeing the City’s internal and external social justice and equity strategy. The Deputy will serve as Acting City Manager in the City Manager’s absence, and must be capable of executing the City Manager’s duties.
City of Kansas City, Missouri Kansas City, MO, USA
May 16, 2022
Full Time
ARCHITECT DIVISION HEAD Reporting to the Director of General Services, the Architect Division Head leads the planning, design and construction management responsibilities for the City’s Architectural Review Division. Responsibilities include collaborating and working with other City departments and other public/private partnerships to assist in the assessment, preparation, and implementation of all City owned buildings being constructed or undergoing renovation, tenant improvements, and in the development of open spaces. The City Architect oversees a staff of seven (7) employees, supported by an annual operating budget of just under $400,000, and an approved facility improvement projects. annual projects budget currently over $300,000, but fluctuates annually depending upon needed and approved facility improvement projects. Major capital improvements related to city facilities are typically included in the City’s Capital Improvements Program and those amounts vary broadly from year to year. Employees reporting to the City Architect include Architect Section Head, two Development Specialist III’s, one Development Specialist II, one Senior Registered Engineer, and two Architects.   ARCHITECT SECTION HEAD The Architect Section Head will assist the City Architect and project teams with designs for construction, renovations, and rehabilitations on municipal buildings and other public/private partnerships. The Architect Section Head will work with the project team throughout the design and construction process. Assists in designing interiors based on client vision and architectural needs and requirements, including, selecting interior design elements like furniture and finishes for office and laboratory spaces.