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ICMA's Voluntary Credentialing Program recognizes professional local government managers and promotes lifelong learning.
Assessments help members and others assess their knowledge for the purpose of professional development planning.
Guidelines and resources for planning professional development activities and participating in the Voluntary Credentialing Program
Members have earned the ICMA-CM (ICMA Credentialed Manager) or the ICMA Credentialed Manager Candidate designation as part of the ICMA Voluntary Credentialing Program.
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Find the best candidates for your position with ICMA ICMA's Job Center offers a direct market to ICMA members - the largest audience of dedicated local government professionals across the United States and internationally. Why use ICMA's Job Center? ICMA's Job Center attracts more than 12,000 unique visitors (and more than 150,000 page views) each month. There's no better place to attract dedicated, ethical public service professionals to your local government. All jobs posted appear in the weekly ICMA member newsletter Leadership Matters (11,000 subscribers). You can also add your job to the weekly Leadership Matters, Non-member Highlights* (about 15,000 subscribers). Ads appear in the newsletters as long as they are live on the site. Post a Job Link to instructions for placing job ads, ad rates, and newsletter deadlines are in the menu items to the right. Resources for employers/recruiters include: My Account overview (once you've posted jobs, you may also access them from the My Job Ads subsection under the Employers tab above) Post a job Advertising rates Newsletter ad deadlines Frequently Asked Questions for employers Executive recruiting resources The ICMA Difference Established in 1914 as the professional association for local government managers, ICMA has maintained a Code of Ethics since 1924 that establishes professional and personal standards for managers. Many communities prefer to hire ICMA members because of their commitment to ethics, professionalism, and continuous learning. Learn more: Member Center ICMA Credentialing Recruiting Resources
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Resources and links for academics, adjunct professors, civics teachers, and explorers of professional local government management.