Prothman

Prothman, headquartered in the greater Seattle area, specializes in providing national, regional, and local recruitment services to small and large cities, counties, special districts, non-profits, and other governmental agencies throughout the United States.

 

35 job(s) at Prothman

Port of Everett Everett, Washington, USA
Oct 04, 2022
Full Time
Chief Financial Officer Port of Everett Everett, Washington Salary:  $170,000 - $180,000   The Port of Everett is located in Washington State on Port Gardner Bay at the mouth of the Snohomish River. Everett is the largest city in Snohomish County with a population of over 100,000. Residents and visitors enjoy over 40 parks, trails, golf courses and open spaces for hiking, beachcombing, swimming and more. Summer and winter sports opportunities abound at nearby lakes, rivers and campgrounds, the Cascade and Olympic Mountains, and Whidbey and San Juan Islands. Everett is also home to Paine Field and the Boeing Company’s wide-body aircraft assembly plant, which is the largest building in the world and the region’s most popular tourist destination.   Through its international seaport, public marina and real estate development operations, the Port of Everett brings jobs, tax base, business and tourism to the community and region. Port activities support more than 40,000 jobs in the surrounding community and contribute $433 million in state and local taxes. The Port operates an international seaport that supports nearly $30B in imports and exports annually, the largest public marina on the West Coast with 2,300 slips, and has a robust and growing commercial real estate portfolio. The Port of Everett is governed by three Port Commissioners, has more than 120 employees across its business lines, and an operating and capital budget of $89 million for 2022.   The Finance Department is made up of three groups which include accounting, technology and purchasing. The accounting group has 4.75 FTEs and is responsible for A/P, payroll, grant management and financial reporting. The technology group has 2.25 FTEs and is responsible for business networks, cyber security, desktop support and project support related to technology infrastructure. The purchasing group has 2 FTEs and is responsible for policy development, project contracting, claims management, and RFP/RFQ/RFI solicitations. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) manages the financial, purchasing, and risk management functions of the Port in an efficient and effective manner to grow and protect Port assets and serves by Commission appointment as Auditor and Treasurer. The CFO also guides the information systems of the Port to maximize resources and assure continuity of operations.   The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance and/or Public Administration, with a master’s degree being highly preferred. It is also preferred that the candidate be a Certified Public Accountant. The candidate will have ten years of progressively responsible experience in the financial management of a mid-to-large size public entity, including experience working with a public Commission/Board of Directors. The ideal candidate will have experience supervising IT professionals in the maintenance of information and communication systems, be familiar with insurance procurement and understand public procurement requirements.   For a complete position profile and to apply, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Port of Everett is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications accepted through October 30, 2022 . This position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as submitted.
Thurston County, Washington Olympia, WA, USA
Oct 03, 2022
Full Time
Road Operations Supervisor Thurston County, Washington Salary: $73,044 - $97,392   Thurston County is located between Seattle and Portland in western Washington’s South Puget Sound region. Perched between the mountains and the ocean, the area boasts the perfect blend of year-round outdoor activities, including boating, hiking, skiing, and more. The county is also home to the state capital city of Olympia, known for its many restaurants, microbreweries, coffee shops, farmers markets, activities for kids, history, and art events.   The Thurston County Public Works Department, located in Olympia, is a national award-winning agency in delivering quality projects to the community. The department actively helps staff to develop and grow professionally, brings together resources across divisions to achieve organizational goals, is always ready to respond to community needs, and the department is an American Public Works Association accredited agency, consistently meeting industry best practices benchmarks. Thurston County Public Works is dedicated to recruiting and developing a talented workforce from various cultures, lifestyles, backgrounds, and perspectives who are committed to the department’s vision and core values. The department operates on a 2022 budget of $124 million with 206 FTEs.   Under the general supervision of the Roads Operations Manager, the Road Operations Supervisor is responsible for the direction, planning and tracking of varied road maintenance, construction, emergency responses, and other related road operation activities. The Road Operations Supervisor will supervise work assignments and set priorities of one or more road operations crews, coordinate activities with other agencies and assist in the preparation and administration of the division’s budget. This position requires record keeping and report preparation for all projects.   The ideal candidate’s education and experience: Associate degree in Public Administration, Business, Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or a related field. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred. Additional experience may be substituted for education based on a year for year basis. Six years of progressively responsible experience with at least two years of previous supervisory experience and budget management in roads engineering, construction, and/or maintenance. Previous experience in public administration, business writing, budget administration, public speaking, personnel, and labor management is desired.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Thurston County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications accepted through October 16, 2022 . This position is open until filled. Applications will be reviewed as submitted.
Cedar River Water & Sewer District Renton, Washington, USA
Oct 02, 2022
Full Time
Operations Manager Cedar River Water & Sewer District Renton, Washington Salary:  $119,329 - $155,001   Located in King County, Washington, Cedar River Water & Sewer District (CRWSD) is headquartered in the unincorporated area of Renton, among the neighboring cities of Maple Valley, Issaquah, and Covington. Just 11 miles south of Seattle on the south shore of Lake Washington, Renton is a thriving region that enjoys spectacular views of the Cascades, the Olympics, and Mount Rainier. Renton has a unique quality of life, a strong sense of community, and excellent personal opportunities for residents and businesses. Each community served by CRWSD offers year-round outdoor recreation, beautiful parks, and safe streets. With affordable housing, an excellent transportation system, and award-winning K-12 school systems, this region of the Puget Sound is one of the best areas in Washington to work and live!   Cedar River Water & Sewer District provides water and sewer service to approximately 8,300 water customers and 4,500 sewer customers. CRWSD runs on a 2022 budget of $11.6 million and a 2022 operations budget of $6.4 million. There are five departments with a total of 18 FTEs, with 11 FTEs on the operations side. The water service area covers approximately 36 square miles and includes portions of the City of Maple Valley, the City of Renton, the community of Fairwood, and a large area within unincorporated King County. There is a combined 7.1-million-gallon storage capacity made up of six tanks and approximately 146 miles of water main. The District purchases the majority of its drinking water from Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) under a 60-year water supply contract. CRWSD operates a seasonal well to supplement SPU supply. The sewer service area is located in the area surrounding the community of Fairwood, and southeast to Shady Lake. There is a total of 49 miles of sewer main and 3 lift stations. The District does not treat wastewater, however, it collects and conveys wastewater to King County’s Regional Treatment Facility.   The Operations Manager is responsible for supervising the field staff and overseeing day to day operations. The overall responsibility of the Operations Manager is to manage and direct the Operations Division to ensure compliance with state statutes, district goals, policies, resolutions, and applicable regulations to support high quality, cost-effective and dependable water and sewer service. The Operations Manager will report to the General Manager and will supervise the Operations Field Supervisor.   The ideal candidate will have ten (10) years of management experience in the water/sewer industry or equivalent combination of education and supervisory experience. The selected candidate must have a Water Distribution Manager 3 and Cross-Connection Control Specialist state certification, or must obtain certification within two (2) years of hire date.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Cedar River Water & Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: November 7, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Laurel, Montana Laurel, Montana, USA
Oct 02, 2022
Full Time
City Planner City of Laurel, Montana Salary: $45,000 - $55,000   Located near the banks of the majestic Yellowstone River in southern Montana, the City of Laurel is perfectly situated in the center of a wide range of places to visit, sites to see, and activities to enjoy. Just 13 miles south of Montana’s largest city, Billings, Laurel is home to approximately 7,222 residents and maintains a quaint, small-town atmosphere for both residents and visitors to enjoy. The city has an abundance of local parks which provide opportunities for camping, fishing, skateboarding, swimming, tennis, basketball, volleyball and baseball. Other outdoor recreation areas include the Buffalo Mirage Fishing Access, Laurel’s 18-hole Golf Club, and the Cooney Dam.   The City of Laurel’s Planning Department is responsible for guiding and directing the future growth of the City. Laurel is in a period of unprecedented building and development, and department staff strive to plan for growth and development while maintaining the hometown atmosphere that citizens enjoy. Reporting to the Planning Director, the City Planner is responsible for current, short-, medium- and long-term planning, zoning compliance, subdivision review, and economic development activities. The Planning Department seeks to both build on current assets within the City through development, and to grow the City through thoughtful planning projects and expansions. The main goals of the City Planner are to provide consistent direction for projects within the City; manage major planning activities and code; guide subdivision developments through the public process; ensure growth activities maintain a high quality of life for residents; and create an attractive community for prospective residents, businesses, and institutions.   Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in land-use planning, urban planning, or a closely related field, and a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a land use planner for a public agency or consulting firm.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Laurel is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 30, 2022 (open until filled).
El Dorado County, California Placerville, CA, USA
Sep 30, 2022
Full Time
Chief Administrative Officer El Dorado County, California Salary :  $225,950 - $274,643 (Current Salary Approved, but Negotiable)   El Dorado County, California, encompasses 1,786 miles that range from the eastern edge of the Sacramento Valley to the peaks of the Sierra Nevada. The western border is 30 minutes from Sacramento and only 20 minutes away from over one million acres of breathtaking national forest. El Dorado County offers many year-round activities, including golfing, hiking, mountain biking, gold panning, whitewater rafting and snow sports. The largest city in the county is South Lake Tahoe, with a population of 22,197, and the city of Placerville is the county seat and is located 45 miles northeast of Sacramento. Placerville has a population of 10,970 and is celebrated for its gold rush past.   El Dorado County government is comprised of a Board of Supervisors with five members, one from each of the voting districts, with a term of four years. The County employs more than 1,800 employees and has a 2022 all funds budget of approximately $909 million. The Chief Administrative Officer is appointed by and reports to the Board of Supervisors and is responsible to the Board for the proper and efficient administration of the affairs of the county as prescribed in the County Charter. The Chief Administrative Officer is also responsible for coordinating the work of all offices and departments, identifying ways to achieve efficiency and economy in all county operations, and recommending and administering the county budget. In addition to the responsibility for overall county administration, the Chief Administrative Officer oversees the following: Emergency Medical Services and Emergency Preparedness Response Division; Office of Wildfire Preparedness and Resilience; Parks Division; and maintains a Central Services Division to provide services to the divisions of the office and other County departments through two centralized fiscal units, countywide procurement and contracts, mail and stores, and centralized facilities services.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university with major coursework in public or business administration, political science, planning, public policy, finance, or a related field is required. The ideal candidate will also have ten years of professional-level experience in progressively responsible administrative, operational, budgetary, or similar management analytical work, four of which must be in a County Executive/Administrative Office setting, City Manager Office, or comparable public agency dealing with major public policy issues; and three of which must be in a management capacity. A master's degree in public or business administration or a closely related field is highly desired.   For a complete position profile, full job description, and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. El Dorado County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Applications accepted through: October 23, 2022 .
City of Troutdale, Oregon Troutdale, Oregon, USA
Sep 29, 2022
Full Time
Public Works Director City of Troutdale, Oregon Salary :  $122,096 - $148,428   Located on the south bank of the Columbia River, the City of Troutdale, Oregon, is a thriving and growing community of 16,000 residents. The city is 15 miles east of Portland and forms the eastern edge of the Portland metropolitan area. Troutdale is known as "The Gateway to the Columbia River Gorge" and the area offers an abundance of year-round recreational opportunities, including camping, mountain and road biking, hiking, whitewater kayaking and rafting, golfing, fishing, and world-class skiing, snowboarding, and snowshoeing at nearby Mt. Hood.   The City of Troutdale’s Public Works Department provides water treatment and distribution, sanitary sewer collection and treatment, storm water collection and conveyance, utility services, parks maintenance, street maintenance and repair, engineering, project management, construction inspection, environmental management, solid waste and recycling program management, geographic information services, issuance of erosion control permits, and issuance/administration of public works permits. The department includes the Public Works Management Division, the Water, Parks, and Streets Division, and Wastewater and Storm Sewer Services Division, and operates with 32 FTE’s and has a total 2022/2023 budget of approximately $34 million.   Working under the direction of the City Manager, the Public Works Director plans, organizes, directs, and evaluates, through subordinate supervisors, the delivery of public work services, including construction, operation, maintenance, and repair of streets, water systems, sanitary sewer systems, storm drainage infrastructure systems and utility services, and parks maintenance.   A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a related field, and 7 years of experience in a public works environment which has included supervisory responsibilities is required. The ideal candidate would be registered as a Professional Engineer in the State of Oregon, with a broad knowledge of public works, skill as an excellent manager and as a consensus builder, be visible to the department’s employees, and visible within the community.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Troutdale is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 23, 2022 (open until filled).
Tillamook County Transportation District Tillamook, Oregon, USA
Sep 28, 2022
Full Time
General Manager Tillamook County Transportation District Tillamook, Oregon Salary :  $105,000 - $120,000   Tillamook County is located in northwest Oregon along the beautiful Oregon Coast, and is home to spectacular natural attractions, ranging from lush, magnificent rainforests, to rugged mountains and wide ocean beaches. Tillamook County is home to over 25,000 residents and offers unlimited peaceful beaches along 75 miles of scenic coastline. Tillamook is also the home of world-famous Tillamook Cheese, and the dairy industry is a major player in the local economy. Residents and visitors enjoy local activities from kayaking, canoeing, rafting and fishing on the county's numerous rivers, to hiking and biking on an extensive network of trails. Located only 75 miles west from the cultural and entertainment amenities of Portland, the City of Tillamook is the county seat and headquarters for the Tillamook County Transportation District.   Tillamook County Transportation District (TCTD), fondly referred to as “The Wave”, provides a variety of public transportation services throughout northwest Oregon, including general public Dial-A-Ride, local deviated fixed route bus services, intercity and commuter bus services, and non-emergency medical transportation services. TCTD is a part of NW Connector, a coordinated regional transit system that includes five individual transit agencies in northwest Oregon: Tillamook County Transportation District, Columbia County Rider, Sunset Empire Transportation District, Benton County Transit, and Lincoln County Transit. TCTD is governed by an elected seven-member Board of Directors and operates on a 2022 budget of $16 million, with 33 FTEs. The overall management of TCTD is divided into departments which include Operations, which includes a three-position maintenance team, Finance, and Administration. In 2021, combined ridership for all modes of service totaled over 102,000.   Under the general direction of the Board of Directors, the General Manager serves as the representative of Tillamook County Transportation District (TCTD) Board of Directors, assuring that all responsibilities and functions of the district are carried out in a timely and responsible manner. This position will ensure the long-term viability of TCTD through recommendations to the Board, mentor and build the staff, and champions the District’s purpose of meeting the needs of the general public for intra-county and inter-county transit programs.   A bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred. The selected candidate must be bondable and maintain an Oregon Driver’s License in good standing throughout employment. The selected candidate will be required to live within Tillamook County. The ideal candidate will have ten (10) years of transit related experience, and five (5) years of progressive leadership, supervisory or management work. Candidates that possess any combination of education or experience that displays the relevant skills and training necessary to be successful will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Tillamook County Transportation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 23, 2022 (open until filled).
Suquamish Seafood Enterprises Poulsbo, Washington, USA
Sep 18, 2022
Full Time
Staff Accountant Suquamish Seafood Enterprises Poulsbo, Washington Salary:  $65,000 - $75,000   Suquamish Seafood Enterprises (SSE) is located on the Kitsap Peninsula in the south-central Puget Sound, directly across the water from Seattle in the ancestral home of Chief Sealth also known as Chief Seattle. Suquamish tribal history and tradition are celebrated throughout the year and are a visible part of the Suquamish experience. Along the waterfront and in Suquamish Village are restaurants, local businesses, and several cultural sites. Visitors can also enjoy these sites by walking the streets and paths that join the Suquamish Museum and village neighborhoods.   Established in 1996 by tribal charter, SSE is a fully chartered business entity of the Suquamish Tribe Port Madison Indian Reservation and carries on the traditional subsistence practices of the Puget Sound. SSE offices are located in Poulsbo. SSE was formed to develop seafood markets for tribal fishermen and is a benefit for the tribal members via seafood sustainability, subsistence living, and to support the tribal economy. SSE total sales are approximately $5,000,000 per year. Total operations budget totals approximately $1,800,000 per year. SSE operates under a seven-member board of directors and has a total of 19 full-time employees, 23 divers and four boat tenders which operate under contract. The General Manager oversees the day-to-day operations of SSE.   Under the direction of the General Manager, the Staff Accountant is the only financial position within SSE operations. Working closely with the Suquamish Tribal Finance Department, this position is responsible for all financial transactions and the overall financial operations of SSE. The position involves the overall organization, management, coordination, and execution of the day-to-day financial activities. This position bears a high degree of responsibility for attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness with minimum direct supervision.   Candidates must have an AA degree, preferably in accounting or three (3) years of accounting experience. The selected candidate must obtain or have a valid Washington State Driver’s License, have a high school diploma or GED, have the ability to communicate well with tribal staff, administration, the Suquamish Tribal Business Committee, and financial professionals, and must be COVID-19 vaccinated.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Suquamish Seafood Enterprises is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 16, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Port Townsend, Washington Port Townsend, Washington, USA
Sep 17, 2022
Full Time
Deputy Public Works Director / City Engineer City of Port Townsend, Washington Salary :  $113,072 - $124,220 Plus excellent benefits, including $6,000 sign on bonus   Port Townsend, Washington, is a charming Victorian seaport on the Olympic Peninsula, located approximately two hours from Seattle. Founded in 1851, the city has maintained its historic character while embracing a creative culture. The town’s 10,148 residents and thousands of visitors enjoy spectacular views of the water and mountains. Port Townsend’s natural beauty, access to nearby Fort Worden State Park and Conference Center, Olympic National Park, beaches, rain forests, spectacular festivals, and vibrant cultural scene attract over a million visitors each year. Port Townsend is the only incorporated city in Jefferson County and is the county seat.   The 6 FTE Engineering Division of the City of Port Townsend’s Public Works Department supports O&M and capital project development for the City. The 37 FTE Public Works Department covers a broad area of services, including water distribution, water treatment and supply, wastewater treatment, compost, streets and collections, fleet, facilities, and parks maintenance. The Deputy Public Works Director / City Engineer will work closely with the Finance Department in supporting and helping manage operation and capital funds. Reporting to the Public Works Director, this role will lead engineering staff to collaboratively provide internal support to other city departments, the public, and in the execution of capital projects. The City Engineer provides an important statutory and technical role in assisting the entire City team on a diverse array of engineering issues, including working with the Planning & Community Development Department to represent public works in development review. A key emphasis for this position is applying creative engineering solutions in an environment with a high level of interaction with team members, members of the public, stakeholder groups, boards and commissions, and the City Council. This position is a key leadership role with a focus on building teamwork. A successful candidate also has the opportunity to move into the Public Works Director role as the City looks toward succession planning.   The position requires a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering or a related field, and registration as Professional Engineer in the State of Washington. Candidates must have a minimum of ten (10) years of progressively responsible experience, at least five (5) of which are at a management and supervisory level and at least five (5) of which are in a public sector municipality or working as a consultant fulfilling the role of City Engineer. The candidate must show experience with the design and construction of public works projects and management of capital construction programs.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Port Townsend is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 16, 2022 (open until filled).
Intercity Transit Olympia, Washington, USA
Sep 09, 2022
Full Time
Development Director Intercity Transit Olympia, Washington Salary :  $120,358 - $162,505   Intercity Transit’s headquarters and base of operations is located in Olympia, the capital of the state of Washington, and county seat of Thurston County. Situated at the southern gateway to Puget Sound and home to more than 290,000 residents, Thurston County is 60 miles south of Seattle. Majestic Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains are nearby to the east, while the Pacific Coast is just an hour drive to the west. Intercity Transit’s service area includes the cities of Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, Yelm and their adjacent urban growth areas.   Intercity Transit is governed by a nine-member Authority Board and has an operating budget of $78 million and 472 employees. Reporting directly to the General Manager, the Development Director supports the development and management of major agency programs through four primary divisions: Planning; Grants; Marketing, Communications & Outreach; and Procurement & Capital Projects. As a department head, this position is responsible and accountable for providing strategic planning, direction, goals, and objectives in developing agency policy, budgets, programs, and staffing. This position mentors and supports key professional staff in several divisions and is responsible for administering major lines of business for Intercity Transit. Operating with 30 FTEs and a 2022 operating and capital budget of $109 million, the Development Department’s four divisions directly support Intercity Transit’s programs, services, facilities, and customers.   Intercity Transit’s new Development Director will have a demonstrated track record of strategic planning, project implementation, and leadership; being able to identify, prioritize, and direct the sequence, timing, and design of key programs and projects necessary to effectively meet the agency’s goals to deliver the transformational public transportation vision supported by the community and adopted by Intercity Transit’s Authority Board. The candidate will have foundational prior experience, including a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, planning, transportation, or a related field, and 5 years of progressively responsible supervisory or management level experience in transit, transportation, planning, and program management. An equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job may be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Intercity Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 16, 2022 (open until filled).
Grant Transit Authority Moses Lake, Washington, USA
Sep 02, 2022
Full Time
General Manager Grant Transit Authority Moses Lake, Washington Salary :  $85,000 - $120,000   Grant Transit Authority (GTA) is a Public Transportation Benefit Area located in Grant County, Washington, covering the entire county. Being centrally located in the state, majestic mountains, shopping and numerous attractions are just a short drive away. Grant County is a leading agricultural and manufacturing area, and continues to experience tremendous growth, within family-friendly communities and small-town atmospheres. The county’s 95,000 residents enjoy 300 days of sunshine each year, more than 140 lakes and reservoirs, world-class fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, bird and wildlife watching, boating and water sports, and many spectacular golf courses. GTA is headquartered in the city of Moses Lake, which is the county’s largest city. The main attraction in Moses Lake is the lake that shares the city's name and many visitors come to enjoy water sports activities. The lake has 120 miles of shoreline, covering 6,500 acres, and is one of the largest natural freshwater lakes in the state.   GTA operates under the direction of a ten-member board of directors and operates on a 2022 budget of $6 million, with 42 employees who support and provide Fixed-Route, Paratransit/Demand Response and Vanpool services throughout Grant County. Although GTA is smaller in size, this transit agency provides a great deal of rural transportation service. With a total service area of 2,791 square miles, GTA fixed-route service operates over 1 million miles per year. Grant Transit Authority operates out of three locations, which include the Ephrata Transportation Center in Ephrata, an Operation’s Base in Moses Lake, and a Multimodal Transit Center in Moses Lake.   The General Manager will work under the Grant County Board of Directors to direct and oversee the efficient business and operations of the GTA system(s). The General Manager will represent GTA throughout the community, state and nationally. The ideal candidate will have a good foundation in all aspects of management, have the ability to work well with diverse populations, and is a positive visionary.   A bachelor's degree in transportation management, public administration and/or business administration or a closely related field, and 7 years of progressively responsible experience in the areas of public transportation, labor relations, budget preparation and administration, grant writing, marketing and public relations is required, with 10 years being highly desirable. Candidates must have 5 years of increasingly responsible supervisory experience in transit operations, preferably in a union environment, which produced broad knowledge of operational policies and procedures, good performance and work history, and relevant leadership and decision-making skills. Any equivalent combination of education, training and relevant experience may be considered in lieu of a bachelor’s degree, per board discretion.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Grant Transit Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 2, 2022 (open until filled).
Thurston County, Washington Olympia, WA, USA
Aug 27, 2022
Full Time
Public Health & Social Services Director Thurston County, Washington Salary: $121,548 - $162,060 Plus excellent benefits including: Up to $10,000 signing bonus, and up to $5,000 conditional relocation allowance.   Home to more than 290,000 residents, Thurston County, Washington, is 60 miles south of Seattle. Majestic Mount Rainier and the rugged Cascade Mountains are nearby to the east, while the Pacific Coast is just an hour’s drive to the west. As the county’s largest city, Olympia is the state capital and the county seat. Thurston County is home to a wide variety of industries, including state government, health care, retail, military, education, construction, farming, fishing, logging and has an active arts community. With an economic engine fueled to a great extent by state government, as well as three higher education institutions, Olympia enjoys the benefits of a stable workforce, an engaged and educated community, and a well-supported school system.   Thurston County’s Public Health & Social Services (PHSS) Department is responsible for providing foundational public health services and critical social programs. The department is governed by the County’s Board of Health and Board of County Commissioners. The Thurston County Board of Health is comprised of the three currently elected Thurston County Commissioners. The department’s primary divisions include Community Wellness, Maternal and Child Health, Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 Incident Management, Environmental Health, Vital Services, the Office of Housing and Homeless Prevention, and the Treatment Sales Tax Office. The department’s 2022 allocated budget is $77 million and currently has 135 employees.   Reporting directly to the County Manager, the Public Health & Social Services (PHSS) Director is responsible for organizing and directing the services, operations, fiscal and administrative functions of the PHSS Department. The Director ensures the efficient and effective utilization of personnel, funds, materials, facilities, and time, and accomplishes short-term and long-range planning. This position also implements and maintains sound organizational practices, controls costs, and directs all departmental operations. The PHSS Director assures proper distribution of assets and liabilities, assignments of grants and contracts, and negotiation of agreements with other local governments.   A master’s degree in public health, social services, business or public administration, or a closely related field, and 6 years of administrative and/or managerial work at the senior management level, associated with public health and/or social services, and at least 3 years of significant supervisory responsibilities is required. The ideal candidate will have experience in a similar-sized public health organization as the director or deputy director, have demonstrated success in managing professional public health teams, and will bring strong management skills and a forward-thinking approach.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Thurston County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 2, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Sedona, Arizona Sedona, Arizona, USA
Aug 26, 2022
Full Time
Director of Community Development City of Sedona, Arizona Salary: Up to $148,500 Plus excellent benefits, including available hybrid work schedule, extra vacation up front, and relocation reimbursement!   Located approximately one and a half hours north of Phoenix in the high southwestern desert, Sedona is blessed with four mild seasons, and plenty of sunshine and clean air. Due to its stunning natural surroundings, this small community of roughly 9,700 residents has become one of Arizona’s premier centers for international tourism, recreation, retirement, luxury resorts, and the arts. The region’s seasonal population often triples the number of residents on a regular basis. The beauty of the region became known through the motion picture industry with many classic films, commercials, and television shows filmed in the rural area surrounding the city.   The City of Sedona’s Community Development Department has 14 full-time employees, 1.5 temporary employees and an operating budget of approximately $2 million annually. The department’s primary functions include city planning, building permits and inspections, and code compliance. Under the direction of the City Manager, the Director of Community Development plans, directs, manages, and oversees the activities and operations of the Community Development Department, providing highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager, City Council, and appointed public bodies. The Director of Community Development is responsible for the administration of policies and procedures for long range planning, current planning, development review, development services, code enforcement, and building safety, and is the City liaison for Planning and Zoning, Historic Preservation, and the Board of Adjustment. This position will also develop and implement Community Development Department goals, objectives, policies, and priorities for each assigned service area, and will establish, within City policy, appropriate service and staffing levels, monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures, and allocate accordingly.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in resource management and planning, public administration, or a related field, and six (6) years of increasingly responsible experience in planning, community development, public administration, or a related field, along with at least two (2) years of administrative and supervisory experience is required. A master’s degree in a related field and AICP certification are highly desired.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Sedona is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 25, 2022 (open until filled).
Skagit Transit Burlington, Washington, USA
Aug 26, 2022
Full Time
Executive Director Skagit Transit Burlington, Washington Salary :  $126,266 - $166,242 (under review)   Skagit Transit is headquartered in the city of Burlington, Washington, approximately 60 miles north of Seattle, and serves Burlington and the nearby areas of Anacortes, Mount Vernon, Sedro-Woolley, and La Conner. The area is part of the Skagit Valley, which is located between the beautiful peaks of the Cascade Mountains and the phenomenal Puget Sound. This amazing region has something for everyone, including a large variety and abundance of shops, restaurants, outdoor activities, and agricultural attractions scattered throughout each community served by Skagit Transit. The region is also home to the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival, which attracts more than one million visitors each year.   Skagit Transit was established in 1993 and is governed by a ten-member Board of Commissioners and employs 154 FTEs. In 2021, combined ridership for all modes of service totaled 384,250. Ridership by mode included 225,406 Local Fixed Route, 63,737 Commuter Bus, 42,174 Paratransit, and 52,933 Vanpool. The overall management of Skagit Transit is divided into eight departments: Operations, Finance & Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, Safety & Training, Security, Maintenance, and Facilities. The Agency operates these departments on a 2022 budget of $26,514,823. Skagit Transit has 17 fixed routes and over 45 vanpool groups.   The Executive Director will report to and answers directly to the Board of Commissioners and serves as the Agency’s chief executive officer and leader of the management team. This position will serve as the Agency’s representative and will require extensive contact with external agencies, groups and organizations in the local community and at regional, state and national levels.   A bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, urban or transportation planning or a related field, and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in a public transit agency which included supervision of staff, participation in policy development and oral presentation of information to internal and external entities is required. Any satisfactory combination of the above experience which clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Skagit Transit is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 25, 2022 (open until filled).
Soos Creek Water & Sewer District Renton, Washington, USA
Aug 25, 2022
Full Time
Budget & Finance Director Soos Creek Water & Sewer District Renton, Washington Salary:  $130,000 - $176,700   The Soos Creek Water & Sewer District (SCWSD) is just 11 miles south of Seattle, Washington, and provides services to unincorporated King County and the cities of Auburn, Black Diamond, Covington, Kent, Maple Valley, and Renton. Southern King County is one of the fastest-growing regions in the state and is home to manufacturers known worldwide, such as The Boeing Company and PACCAR, and also offers some of the most popular retail outlets, an abundance of entertainment and dining options, and world-class healthcare facilities. With affordable housing, an excellent transportation system, and award-winning K-12 school systems, this region of the Puget Sound is one of the best areas in Washington to work and live.   The Soos Creek Water & Sewer District (SCWSD) is a municipal corporation governed by a five-member Board of Commissioners. SCWSD’s water comes from Seattle Public Utilities and the sanitary sewer system conveys wastewater to King County's South Treatment Plant for treatment and disposal. The District is one of the largest utilities in the state, providing water service delivery to over 67,360 residents and the sewer service area serves more than 114,000 people. SCWSD has approximately 40 FTEs and operates on a 2022 budget of $49.1 million.   Under the direction of the General Manager, the Budget & Finance Director has primary responsibility for a $45-$50 million annual operating budget and a $45 million five-year Capital Improvement Plan. This position is responsible for directing, coordinating, and managing activities and the staff of the Finance Department. This position performs a variety of complex professional, administrative, supervisory, and technical accounting and financial functions to manage and maintain fiscal systems and records, performs periodic and annual financial reporting, budget preparation and oversight, payroll administration, billing and collections, debt management and treasury management. The Budget & Finance Director also oversees the Information Technology function for the District, including the network, cybersecurity, hardware, software, including the District’s ERP system, communications and help desk support, oversees legal and fiscal compliance with federal, state and local regulations, and be responsible for the creation of the District’s annual budget and the District’s comprehensive annual financial reports.   It is required that candidates have a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business administration, public administration, or a related field, and 5-7 years of professional level finance/accounting experience in municipal finance with 4 years of supervisory experience. A Certified Public Accountant and/or Certified Public Finance Officer, and a master’s degree is preferred. Any equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the job may be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Soos Creek Water & Sewer District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: October 23, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Moses Lake, Washington Moses Lake, WA, USA
Aug 25, 2022
Full Time
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIRECTOR City of Moses Lake, Washington Starting Salary Range :  $138,632 - $152,984   Moses Lake, Washington, (pop. 25,146), is situated on the shores of the lake that inspired its name and it is centrally located between Seattle and Spokane on Highway I-90 between fields of agriculture, freshwater lakes and popular recreational destinations. The area enjoys on average 300 sunny days a year and recreational opportunities abound with world-class fishing, hunting, biking, hiking, camping, golf, boating, ballooning and hydroplane races. Moses Lake is one of the largest natural freshwater lakes in the state and many visitors come to enjoy water sports activities. The Surf 'n Slide Water Park is also a top attraction for Moses Lake and it is considered the state’s premier outdoor aquatic center.   The City of Moses Lake’s Municipal Services Department governs two divisions: Public Works and Engineering. Public Works is comprised of Building Maintenance, Equipment Rental, Stormwater, Street, Wastewater, and Water. The Engineering division includes City Engineering and Development Engineering. The department operates with 74 FTEs on a 2022 budget (operating and capital) of $36.5 million.   Under the direction of the City Manager, the Municipal Services Director serves as a strategic member of the City’s leadership team and oversees the Municipal Services Department which provides the City’s water, wastewater, fleet, street, storm, building maintenance, engineering services, and oversees the City’s municipal airport. This position ensures that Moses Lake is preparing for its next phase of development by leading the identified divisions in partnership with the city leadership team, City Manager, City Council, and community consistent with local, state, and federal law. This position has direct supervision over the City Engineer, Development Engineering Manager, Public Works Division Director/Superintendent, and Contract Coordinator.   A bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or a related field, and five (5) years of experience in a public works environment with three (3) years in a supervisory capacity is required. Any satisfactory combination of the above experience which clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Moses Lake is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 9, 2022 (open until filled).
Basin Recreation Park City, UT, USA
Aug 24, 2022
Full Time
Business Manager Basin Recreation Park City, Utah Salary: $106,121 - $135,441   Basin Recreation is located 24 miles southeast of Salt Lake City in Park City, Utah. Established in 1986 to create recreational opportunities in western Summit County, Basin Recreation owns and manages 2,300 acres of open space, has built and/or maintains 175 miles of trails and works with Summit County and state and local organizations on planning and conservation issues. The area features two world-class ski areas, several golf courses, hiking and mountain biking trails, and nearby reservoirs for boating and fishing. Park City has a permanent population of about 8,500 residents and draws in over three million visitors annually. The amazing beauty of the rugged mountains surrounding the Park City area is complemented by over 100 restaurants and bars, open air concert venues, numerous spas and health clubs, theatres, art galleries, and a series of world-class events and festivals, including the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.   Basin Recreation, a Special Service District created by Summit County, has a current operating budget of $9,377,931, and capital project/replacement budgets of $28,539,678. The District employs 38 full-time employees and up to an additional 140 part-time and seasonal employees during peak times. Working under the direction of the District Director, the Business Manager is a part of the Administration Department and will work closely with the District Director with the responsibility of managing all business operations, financial processes and human resource functions of the District. The essential duties of this position will include managing and providing leadership to human resources staff, providing leadership and direction to accounting staff, and leading and overseeing day-to-day administrative operations.   A bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business, or a related field, and 5-7 years of experience with governmental and/or financial accounting is required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills are a must, as well as being proficient in Microsoft Office applications and accounting software. The ideal candidate will have experience in human resources management, be a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Certified Public Financial Officer (CPFO) and have current CPR or first aid certification. Any satisfactory combination of the above experience which clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. Basin Recreation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 16, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Aug 11, 2022
Full Time
Capital Project Manager III Clark County, Washington Salary :  $39.43 - $50.31 per hour   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   The Capital Project Manager III position coordinates multiple project teams of designers, real property professionals, surveyors, traffic engineers, permitting personnel and other essential people to deliver on complex and rewarding capital projects for the county. The position will be responsible for delivery of capital projects in Public Works, including Transportation, Parks, Clean Water, Bridges, Pavement Preservation, and the County Railroad. The position reports to the PM Section Manager and works collaboratively with sections throughout Public Works and other county departments. It will also work closely with state and federal agencies, utility service providers, and businesses in coordinating project activities, along with working directly with the public and neighborhood associations.   Please see the complete position profile for the education, experience and other requirements, and desired qualifications for this position. This position is in the Local 17 Engineers 214 Union, and flexible teleworking and/or hybrid work arrangements are currently available for this position.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply by September 5, 2022 . (Open until filled. Applications reviewed as submitted.)
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Stateline, Nevada, USA
Aug 03, 2022
Full Time
Executive Director Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Stateline, Nevada Salary: $181,342 - $295,874   Nestled in the breathtaking Sierra Nevada mountains, the communities around Lake Tahoe are an adventurer’s paradise. The region is home to some of the best winter sports, water sports, bike trails, family fun and nightlife in the US. Primarily known for its nearby world class ski resorts and beautiful beaches, the Stateline, Nevada/South Lake Tahoe, California, area has no end of activities. The region also boasts multiple outstanding outdoor destinations, like Yosemite National Park and the Black Rock Desert, in both California and Nevada. Other activities in the area include golfing, swimming, biking, horseback riding, backpacking, and camping. For winter activities, there are a total of seven ski resorts that surround the entire Lake Tahoe area.   The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA), created in 1969 by a Compact between the states of Nevada and California, then ratified by the U.S. Congress, protects and restores the environment of Lake Tahoe. The Agency works at the intersection of private and public interests to protect and restore Lake Tahoe, its environment, and its communities for generations to come. TRPA departments include Long Range and Transportation Planning, Permitting and Code Compliance, Environmental Improvement, and Research & Analysis. TRPA serves as the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Tahoe Region which coordinates transportation planning and financial programming of transportation funding. The Tahoe Region’s Environmental Improvement Program is implemented through a network of nearly 100+ organizations which collectively and collaboratively implement the management measures, programs, and plans to achieve the Compact’s requirements as reflected in the Regional Plan. TRPA is governed by a 15-member Governing Board, with seven elected or appointed members from each state, California and Nevada, and one non-voting representative appointed by the President of the United States. TRPA employs 65 FTEs and has a budget of $22.5 million in revenue, and $23.3 million in expenses due to a carryover and bond funding.   Under the direction of the Governing Board, the core role of the Executive Director will be to lead others in how to preserve and protect the integrity and harmony of the environmental, economic, and social values of the Region and to integrate responsible and accountable human use into the environment in a sustainable way. The ideal candidate will have a passion for landscape scale conservation and restoration programs, and be a dynamic, visionary, strategic thinker who appreciates the need for teamwork and collaboration. The successful candidate will be politically astute with excellent communication and interpersonal skills necessary to build and maintain effective relationships. They will support and engage staff, while providing positive, motivational leadership to all groups of individuals.   Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in planning, public policy, public administration, or a related field, and 10+ years of related experience with increasing responsibility as a senior executive or manager. A graduate degree is preferred.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 11, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Ephrata, Washington Ephrata, WA, USA
Jul 31, 2022
Full Time
City Administrator City of Ephrata, Washington Salary: $130,000 - $161,000   The rural community of Ephrata, pop. 8,620, is located in central Washington and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year. The City of Ephrata is the county seat for Grant County which has a population of over 100,000 residents. The county is known for its varied landscapes of high desert plateaus with coulees, lakes, reservoirs, sand dunes, canals, rivers, creeks, and other waterways. The area offers world class fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, bird and wildlife watching, boating and water sports, and many spectacular golf courses.   The City of Ephrata operates under the Mayor-Council form of government with seven council members elected to four-year terms. Services provided by the City include Police, Fire, Water/Sewer, and Public Works. Appointed positions include the City Administrator, the City Clerk/Finance Director, the Police Chief, the Community Development Director, the Public Works Director, the Fire Chief, the Recreation Director, and the Building Official. The City of Ephrata employs 49 FTEs and operates on a 2022 budget of $25,577,623.   Under the direction of the Mayor, the City Administrator acts as the Chief Administrative Officer of the city for day-to-day operations. The City Administrator directs the administration of city government functions and services, and provides leadership in the long- and short-term goals of the city. The City Administrator makes recommendations to the Mayor and Council for policy and action. This position will have direct supervision over the City Clerk/Finance Director, Community Development Director, Parks & Recreation Director, Public Works Director, Police Chief, and the Fire Chief.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration or a closely related field is required. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in a senior management position is required. Experience as a City Manager or City Administrator, Deputy/Assistant City Manager or City Administrator, or department director in a city, county, or other applicable public sector agency of similar or greater complexity and size is preferred. Any equivalent combination of experience, education and training may be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Ephrata is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 4, 2022 (open until filled).