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North Bend City Administrator
City of North Bend, OR
Job Description

The City of North Bend, Oregon (population 9,925) is currently recruiting for its next City Administrator. Located on the beautiful southern Oregon coast surrounded on three sides by Coos Bay and the City of Coos Bay to the south, North Bend offers the amenities of small town living, moderate climate, and a plethora of outdoor recreational opportunities.

The City seeks a City Administrator with strong management and leadership skills who is proficient in all aspects of municipal government management. Excellent public budgeting and finance abilities are highly desired. Effective collaboration and communication skills are important. A genuine appreciation for the community and a commitment to active involvement is essential.

As the administrative head of the City serving at the pleasure of the Council, the City Administrator supervises 72.6 full-time equivalent employees and oversees an annual budget of approximately $29.8 million. Compensation is $97,453 to $123,318 (DOQ), plus excellent benefits.

A Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Finance, or a related field, and at least five (5) years of upper-level local government management experience is required. An advanced degree in Public Administration or a related field, and at least ten (10) years of increasingly responsible experience, including management in small communities, union relations, and working with Indian tribes is preferred. Professional credentialing, such as through lCMA, is desirable.

Job Details
Salary:
$97,453 - $123,318, (DOQ) with excellent benefits
Job Function:
Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
ICMA-CM:
Preferred
City of North Bend
Location:
PO Box B
North Bend, OR 97459-0014
United States
Population: 9,657
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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