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Sumter County, Florida
Sumter County, FL, USA
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.
City of Spartanburg, SC
Spartanburg, SC, USA
The Assistant City Manager (ACM) supports the City Manager by assuming leadership and management responsibilities for assigned functions and services and directs the activities and operations of assigned departments. The ACM collaborates with departments to prepare and present the city’s annual budget, leads conversations with department heads to clarify City objectives and develop departmental goals, and reviews and recommends policies for the City Manager and City Council's approval.
Town of La Plata, Maryland
La Plata, MD, USA
The Town of La Plata, Maryland (est. pop. 10k) is located in Charles County just 30 miles from Washington, D.C. and 60 miles from Baltimore. Although rural in ambiance, the County is the largest municipality in Southern Maryland and among the fastest growing in the country.
La Plata is seeking a Human Resources Director (HRD), which is a newly created position within the Town. The HRD will plan, administer, and maintain ongoing human resource activities to include safety and risk management, employee relations, compensation, benefits, performance management, recruiting and hiring, training, legal compliance, record keeping and related functions. The new HRD will have the exciting opportunity to establish a performance management system, evaluate existing software systems, and work collaboratively with Town leadership to explore and create opportunities for employees while maintaining responsiveness with residents’ expectations. This position will report to the Town Manager.
The starting salary range for this position will be $109,160 to $125,535. The Town of La Plata offers a comprehensive, competitive benefits package to include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, participation in the Maryland State Retirement and Pension System, deferred compensation, vacation, sick, and personal leave, long term disability, and other voluntary ancillary benefits.
Delaware County, PA
Delaware County, PA, USA
Delaware County is seeking a Chief Personnel Officer (CPO) to help drive a positive and inclusive organizational culture at the County by supporting and advising on human resources-related policies, programs, and initiatives that reflect organizational values to include diversity, equity, and inclusion. With the support of 23 full time positions and an operating budget of $1.2M, the CPO serves as a strategic business partner to all employees and works closely with other County departments to ensure the delivery of excellent customer service and guidance.
City of Kinston, NC
Kinston, NC, USA
The Police Chief is responsible for coordinating activities of the City's police operations setting policies and goals under the direction of the City Manager. The desired candidate will have the ability to quickly build confidence, trust, and respect within the department and the community by exhibiting a willingness to hold themselves and others accountable, being firm but fair, possessing the courage to make tough decisions, and exhibiting a strong ability to collaborate and cooperate with internal and external stakeholders.
Town of Morehead City, North Carolina
Morehead City, NC, USA
The City Manager is appointed and responsible for implementing policies, resolutions, and ordinances adopted by the City Council. The City Manager is responsible for preparing the annual budget and the day-to -day administration of all departments, including Fire & EMS, Finance, Human Resources, Planning & Inspections, Police, Public Services, Parks & Recreation, and the Morehead City Library. The City Manager directly oversees the Administration Department, comprised of the City Clerk, Executive Administrative Assistant, and Communications Director. The City Manager will be responsible to the City Council for the administration and technical direction of the personnel program.
The City Manager will be a dynamic, transformative leader whose vision, integrity, and passion for the City will inspire others. A transparent communicator, the City Manager will earn the respect of others and build trusting relationships in the City organization and community. The City Manager will be accessible, visible, and immersed in the fabric of the community, serving as the face of the City. As an effective ambassador in the community, the City Manager will educate the citizenry on matters of importance that impact the City, and will communicate and promote the great things the City is doing. The City Manager will strive to engage citizens and genuinely listen to all voices. A quick study with a keen grasp of the issues, the City Manager will help the City Council establish and stay focused on its top priorities and work with the management team to plan and implement those priorities. The City Manager will be a uniter and work through personalities to bridge gaps and build consensus.
Town of Mooresville, NC
Mooresville, NC, USA
The Chief Financial Officer will have the exciting opportunity to work on a variety of issues affecting the Town’s rapid growth, including developing a sustainable approach for debt management and leading CIP priorities. Other duties include supervision of the budget, purchasing, accounting, utility billing and collections, general revenue collections, and payroll operations. The CFO reports to the Town Manager and directly oversees the Deputy Finance Director, Financial Services & Deputy Finance Director, Accounting Services. The Town has an FY2023 General Fund Budget of $79.7M, and an S&P rating of AAA.
City of Rockville, MD
Rockville, MD, USA
The Deputy Director of Community Planning and Development Services co-leads a mission and customer driven department with the Director. Employees thrive in this key department by providing a culture of empowerment, professional growth, collaboration, creativity, diversity, and innovation.
The ideal candidate must have proven skills in project management, community engagement, budgeting, and creating consensus from various appointed and elected officials, the staff, community groups, and stakeholders. The Director will plan and coordinate major research projects to enhance and benefit the community, develop, and review requests for proposals, and supervise and provide leadership to the staff of the department.
City of Poquoson, Virginia
Poquoson, VA, USA
Reporting to the City Manager, the Finance Director oversees an FY2023 budget of $516,954 and is part of a four-member team to deliver general accounting, payroll, accounts payable, purchasing, sewer and solid waste utility billing, computer support services, the risk management program, and administer employee benefit programs. The Finance Director works closely with the City Manager to develop an annual budget around five identified strategic focus areas: public education, public safety, quality of life, quality of services, and fiscal stability. The City maintains excellent credit ratings of Aa2 and Aaa, earned in part due to the City’s historically strong financial management.
City of Hutchinson, Kansas
Hutchinson, KS, USA
Appointed by the Mayor and City Council, the City Manager functions as the chief administrative officer of the City and is in charge of administering the policies and decisions made by the City Council and oversees the day-to-day operations of the City government. It is the City Manager's responsibility to ensure that all City services are delivered in an efficient, equitable, and cost-effective manner =while providing vision and leadership to the City organization. The City Manager coordinates the official business of the organization; prepares, submits, and administers the council-approved annual budget and capital improvement programs, and acts as a liaison between the City Council, citizens, and the city organization. The City of Hutchinson works in a highly collaborative civic environment which requires close communication and cooperation with partnering stakeholders. The City manager will need to be adept in building and maintaining trusting relationships while balancing competing values and championing the public good.