Job Details

Town Manager
Town of Waxhaw, NC
Job Description

Consider the opportunity to lead a community where citizen engagement is encouraged, respect for Town history is embraced, and a strategic vision for economic vitality is underway. The Town of Waxhaw in Union County, NC (pop. approx. 12.7K), is seeking an energetic, facilitative and visionary Town Manager who will wear multiple hats, with a special emphasis on excellent fiscal management and economic development. The Town Manager must have the ability to relate well to community and have the ability to partner with an engaged Board to carry out the strategic priorities of the Town. The Town Manager, who reports to the Mayor and a five-person, non-partisan Board of Commissioners, leads 77 FTE across 13 departments/divisions. The FY 19-20 general fund budget of $11.8M is supported by a tax rate of $.36 per $100 of assessed tax value. Qualifications:
Minimum education is a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; however, Master of Public Administration or equivalent graduate degree is strongly preferred. The successful candidate has seven or more years of progressive management experience in a senior management capacity within a small to midsized municipal government organizations. Hiring range is $125,000-$150,000 with an Executive Package / Benefits and relocation assistance, if needed. Residency within City limits is required within a negotiated timeframe. Outstanding local government benefits offered.

Job Details
Job Function:
Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
Position Type:
Full Time
Town of Waxhaw
PO Box 6
Waxhaw, NC 28173-0006
United States
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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