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City of North Kansas City
North Kansas City, MO, USA
The city administrator serves as the chief administrative officer of an organization that employs approximately 191 FTEs with an approved FY2021 combined budget of $64.5 million. The operations and functional areas of responsibility for the city administrator include: police and animal control, fire and emergency medical, finance, municipal court, community development, information technology, human resources, and public works, which consists of building and grounds, water and wastewater services, and transportation. A separate appointed board oversees Parks and Recreation and Library. Positions reporting directly to the City Administrator include an Assistant City Administrator, Finance Manager, Information Technology Manager, Community Development Director, Public Works Director, Fire Chief, Police Chief and Human Resources Manager.
City of Port St. Lucie, Florida
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA
Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Treasurer plans and administers the cash management, investments programs, and banking relationships of the City, while providing leadership support and management competence to the department director with debt management. The incumbent develops and implements policies and procedures while ensuring compliance with all federal, state, and local requirements and regulations.
City of Port St. Lucie, Florida
Port St. Lucie, FL, USA
The Finance Director leads a team of highly skilled financial services professionals, while effectively, efficiently, and responsibly managing the City’s finances, including planning and analysis, budgeting, financial/accounting record keeping and reporting, decision support and analysis, and assessment and management of financial risks and emerging trends.
City of Moline
Moline, IL, USA
The City of Moline (population 42,985) is located in Rock Island County, Illinois, and makes up part of the “Quad Cities” along with East Moline, Rock Island, Bettendorf, and Davenport. Chicago is 175 miles to the east of Moline and Des Moines is 160 miles to the west.
The City Engineer directs, manages, and coordinates the design and construction of municipal infrastructure and facilities working through department personnel. The City Engineer works in collaboration with other City departments and other government entities to ensure the application of sound engineering activities and the safety of public infrastructure. The position oversees an annual operating budget of $1.7 million, an average annual capital budget of $17.2 million, and an authorized staff of 16 full-time equivalents. The City Engineer reports directly to the City Administrator.
The salary range for this position is $94,004 - $131,606. The City provides health insurance benefits and participates in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund, which includes pension, short-term disability, and permanent disability programs. Establishing residency within the corporate limits of the City of Moline is required within one year of date of hire. Relocation is negotiable.
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC)
Montgomery County, MD, USA
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a six-time National Gold Medal Winner for excellence in parks and recreation management, is seeking a dynamic, innovative communicator and savvy marketing specialist to be its next Public Affairs and Community Engagement Division Chief.
The position reports to the Deputy Director for Administration and Development and supervises a six-member team of supervisors and managers responsible for Graphics (print, interactive, and web), Community Relations and Outreach, Media Relations, Publications, Marketing, and Volunteer Services and Community Partnerships. The division has an FY21 annual budget of $3.2 million.
The salary range for this position is $85,345 to $151,149 annually, depending upon the successful candidate's experience and qualifications. The Commission provides a robust and highly competitive benefits program.
City of Stonecrest, Georgia
Stonecrest, GA, USA
Under the general administrative direction of the Mayor and City Council, the City Clerk performs duties as set forth by the City Charter and serves as Records Manager for the City of Stonecrest. The City Clerk’s Office will record the official minutes of the City Council meetings and prepare agendas and supporting materials. The City Clerk’s Office coordinates with liaisons within the city organization to ensure that agendas, minutes and records retention requirement are met. The City Clerk’s Office coordinates the city’s elections by ensuring that they are conducted in accordance with the Georgia State Election Board Election Code. The City Clerk also works with other departments and the City Attorney to ensure that requests for public information are fulfilled in a manner consistent with the Georgia Open Records Act. The City Council has directed that the City Clerk’s Office will address all Open Records Request for the entire City. The City Clerk therefore serves as the custodian of all official records of the City and oversees the Records Management Program for the City.
Stonecrest, GA, USA
The Director of Human Resources (HRD) reports to and serves at the will of the City Manager. As a department director, the HRD serves as in-house consultant on all human resources duties, functions and responsibilities, and advises city departments on all human resources-related policies, programs and initiatives to include the identification and recommendation on best practices in recruitment, retention, employee development, benefits administration, workforce planning, employee recognition, compensation management, performance, employee discipline, and workers compensation. The HRD reviews, prepares, interprets, and recommends changes or updates to the city’s personnel policy manual, and may investigate personnel-related charges, employee complaints, grievances, or similar issues involving employee progressive discipline. As such, the HRD maintains official employee records including insurance coverage, leaves and personnel transactions such as hiring, promotions, training, transfers, discipline, and terminations. Additionally, the HRD ensures compliance with federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations and updates city leadership on changing employment legislation.
City of Champaign, IL
Champaign, IL, USA
Champaign operates under the Council-Manager form of government. Reporting to the City Manager, the Chief of Police will lead a team of 157 FTEs, including 124 sworn officers and 27 civilians, supported by an annual budget of $18 million. In 2020, the Department responded to 53,737 emergency and non-emergency calls for service. The new Police Chief will be expected to proactively engage and collaborate with the public, Police Department staff, the City Council, and other City Departments; coordinate with other law enforcement agencies; and promote transparent and open communications with the public and the media. The Department is comprised of two divisions, Operations, and Operational Support and Professional Standards. The Champaign Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency and a detailed summary of all functional areas of responsibility, future priorities, desired attributes and required experience and qualifications can all be found in the recruitment brochure.
City of Joplin, Missouri
Joplin, MO, USA
The Assistant City Manager reports directly to the City Manager and is an “at-will” employee, serving at the pleasure of the organization’s chief administrative officer, and will serve as Acting City Manager as necessary. This position advises both the City Manager, City Council, and the City’s Management Team regarding all operational related initiatives, policies and programs, and will act as an internal consultant to assist departments and divisions by assessing policies, programs and providing solutions for recruitment and retention, performance and discipline management, workforce planning and succession planning, learning and development, and employer/employee relations. The Assistant City Manager coordinates, facilitates, and provides high-level project management for strategic planning and change efforts to ensure wide-spread stakeholder understanding, momentum, buy-in, and commitment to address multi-faceted problems and implement sustainable solutions.
The Assistant City Manager will provide direct supervision of certain departments as assigned by the City Manager and meet regularly with members of the Management Team and other key employees to ensure an operational understanding of projects and issues affecting assigned departments. 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 Assistant City Manager is retiring after a 35-year career with the City.
The City of Brooklyn Center
Brooklyn Center, MN, USA
The Public Works Director directs and supervises a staff of 41 full-time employees and approximately 21 seasonal employees. The position also manages a total operating budget of $19.5 million and provides the leadership for developing and implementing the City’s five-year capital improvement program with an average annual capital budget of $13.3 million.
City of Blues Springs, Missouri
Blue Springs, MO, USA
The City Administrator, as the city’s chief administrative officer, is responsible for carrying out the polices and ordinances adopted by the City Council, overseeing day-to-day operations and appointing the directors of the various city departments. This position serves at the discretion of the City Council.
City of Kearney
18 E 22nd St, Kearney, NE, USA
The City Manager is responsible for overseeing 327 FTEs supported by a combined funds 2021-2022 Annual Operating Budget of just over $129M. As chief executive officer of the municipality, the City Manager is responsible for the proper administration of all affairs of the City of Kearney.
City of Denton, TX
Denton, TX, USA
The City’s Fiscal Year 2021-2022 budget includes funding for 1,711.1 full-time equivalents and a combined operating and capital budget of $1.455 billion. Operating as a full-service municipality, in addition to standard municipal governmental services, the City of Denton also operates major enterprise operations including Airport, Electric, Water, Wastewater, Solid Waste, and Drainage. With the support of eleven (11) direct reports, the City Manager implements the City Council’s policies and priorities. Additionally, the City Manager coordinates the official business of the Denton City Council, prepares, submits, and administers the council approved annual budget and capital improvement programs, and acts as liaison between the Denton City Council, citizens, and the city organization.
City of Pueblo, Colorado
Pueblo, CO, USA
Located 112 miles south of Denver and 45 miles south of Colorado Springs, Pueblo is the county seat of Pueblo County and a major city of the Front Range Urban Corridor, an oblong region of urban population located along the Southern Rocky Mountains.
Under the direction of the Mayor, the Finance Director plans, organizes, and directs all operations and activities of the Finance Department. The position is responsible for overseeing a $205.9 million total budget across multiple funds and grants, and leads a team of 25 employees, including professional accounting, paraprofessional, and technical staff assigned to general accounting or sales tax divisions.
The starting salary range for this position will be $114,265 - $139,652. The City of Pueblo offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, life insurance, paid holidays and personal holidays, and membership in the PERA Retirement system.
City of Salisbury, NC
Salisbury, NC, USA
The City Manager, functioning as the chief administrative officer of the City, administers the policy and decisions made by City Council and oversees the day-to-day operations of City government. It is the City Manager's responsibility to ensure that all City services are delivered in an efficient and cost-effective manner and to provide vision and leadership to the City organization. The City has a total adopted FY2021-2022 budget of $86 million, a Standard & Poor’s rating of AA-, and a Moody’s rating of A3. The City employs 450 full-time employees.
Salary will be based on the market rate along with experience, qualifications, salary history, and a track record of success. The retired city manager’s annual salary was $179,300. The City offers a comprehensive benefits package, including a choice of two medical benefit plans, dental, life insurance, 4% city contribution to 401K, car allowance, and cell phone stipend. Relocation expenses are negotiable.
Prince George County, Virginia
Prince George County, VA, USA
Located just 27 miles south of Richmond and within the Greater Richmond Region, the County provides ideal access to all major East Coast and Sunbelt markets.
The Ofﬁce of County Administration leads the operations of the County government to meet the needs of the citizens of Prince George County. The ofﬁce advises members of the Board of Supervisors, recommends policies, and sets priorities for consideration by the Board concerning the provision of programs and services that provide the highest quality of life to County citizens. The County Administrator ensures compliance with federal, state and local laws and ordinances as well as maintains open communication with various sectors of the community such as the legislative delegation, business community, area governments, and county residents. The County has an FY2022 budget of $134,390,462 (includes school funds), a Moody’s credit rating of Aa2, and an S&P rating of AA+. The County currently has a total of 276 FT positions.
The starting salary range for this position is $132,966 - $212,746. A contract will be negotiated. Beneﬁts include health insurance, dental, vision, 457b, supplemental insurance, health savings, flexible spending, VRS, and group life insurance. The hired candidate must establish residency within the County within six months of their hire date. The County will reimburse up to $5k for relocation expenses; expenses over that amount need the entire Board approval.
City of Corpus Christi, Texas
Corpus Christi, TX, USA
Corpus Christi is a beautiful coastal city in the South Texas region, located 130 miles southeast of San Antonio. Nicknamed the “Sparkling City by the Sea” Corpus Christi is the Nueces County Seat and one of the largest seaports in the United States.
Corpus Christi’s Community Health Department offers programs, services and initiatives that protect and promote the overall wellbeing and public health of residents and visitors. With a $3,605,765 million annual budget and the support of 50 FTEs, the Director of Community Health functions as the lead community health expert, representing the city among the region’s health service agencies, and ensuring the protection, implementation and continuous improvement of programs and services designed to protect and enhance the overall health and wellness of the community.
The starting pay for this position is open, negotiable and will depend on the education, experience, and overall qualifications of the individual selected. Additionally, the City of Corpus Christi offers a comprehensive, market competitive benefits package that includes 88+ vacation hours per year, 40 hours personal leave per year, 96 hours of sick leave per year, voluntary 457b deferred compensation plan, eight (8) Holidays, Flexible Spending Account or HSA options, City Employee Health & Wellness Clinic, City Employee Fitness Center, Tuition Reimbursement Programs. Relocation assistance may be available.
City of Abilene, TX
Abilene, TX, USA
Reporting to the City Manager, the Director of Planning and Development Services leads the special planning studies in key areas of the city, review land use applications, development review, residential and non-residential growth analysis, and projections. Additionally, the director performs highly responsible administrative and supervisory work relating to the planning, organizing, and directing the general operation of the department. The director develops and implements policies, procedures, and protocols related to zoning code administration, and the planning, development, administration, and implementation of a comprehensive urban planning program for the city.
City of Abilene, TX
Abilene, TX, USA
The Director of Human Resources (HRD) reports directly to the Deputy City Manager and serves at the pleasure of the City Manager. As a department director, the HRD serves as an in-house consultant on all human resources duties, functions and responsibilities, and advises city departments on all human resources-related policies, programs and initiatives to include the identification and recommendation on best practices in recruitment, retention, employee development, benefits administration, workforce planning, employee recognition, compensation management, performance, employee discipline, workers compensation, and labor relations.
City of Oak Hill
Oak Hill, TN, USA
The City Manager serves as the City’s top-appointed official performing executive, administrative, and professional work with overall responsibility to manage the City’s workforce, capital assets, and other resources, and is the administrative head of the municipal government under the direction and supervision of the Board of Commissioners. The City Manager provides professional support to the Board of Commissioners in its decision-making role and attends meetings of other advisory bodies. The position supervises a staff of five employees and a $2.3 million total budget.