The City of Victor, Colorado, has a population of 400 and is located an hour west of Colorado Springs and 10 minutes southeast of Cripple Creek at just under 10,000 ft elevation. Victor is a full-service statutory city, managed under a Mayor-Council form of Government who choose to appoint a city administrator to handle all day-to-day management of the City. The City is governed by a Mayor and four City Councilors whose members are elected to four-year terms. The City has an elected City Clerk/Treasurer. Victor operational responsibilities are divided into Public Works/Utilities and Administration. The City operates with 8 FTEs on a fiscal year budget of $3.8 million and an operating budget of nearly $1.8 million. The City has a municipal water supply that includes 2 reservoirs, 2 storage tanks, a water treatment plant and distribution system. The City also provides sewer collection and treatment. Other services include parks, cemetery, court, storm sewer, street maintenance, street lighting, downtown revitalization and building/zoning permits. The City contracts with Teller County for law enforcement services and appoints a volunteer fire chief who oversees a volunteer fire department. Victor is a National Main Street Community and budgets for a part-time Main Street Manager. The ideal candidate possesses well-rounded city management skills and must be comfortable in this small town, hands-on role. Two years progressively responsible local government management experience and an undergraduate degree from a four-year, post-secondary degree-granting institution with major coursework in business administration, public administration, or a field related to the core functions of this position are required. A candidate with a graduate degree and 2+ years of experience as a city administrator/manager or assistant city administrator/manager is highly desirable. The selected candidate must be bondable and must have or be able to obtain within thirty days of hire a Colorado driver’s license.