Job Details

City Manager
City of Oak Hill, TN
Job Description

The City of Oak Hill, Tennessee (Pop 4700) seeks City Manager. The City of Oak Hill is seeking a city management professional to be their next city manager.
Oak Hill is located just a few miles south of downtown Nashville. The city manager is appointed and reports to a five member board comprised of commissioners popularly elected at-large to staggered, four-year terms of office. The city has a 2.1M budget with 5 employees and several contracted services. Serving this satellite city is a unique and rewarding opportunity to be part of the greater Nashville community.
Candidates should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in public administration, business administration, or a field closely related to municipal management, with a Master’s Degree in a related field preferred; and a minimum of 10 years of progressive responsible management experience that includes experience in city management, planning, zoning and finance.
HOW TO APPLY
Position profile is available at www.oakhilltn.us. Send cover letter and resume by electronic mail to the City of Oak Hill, attention Jeff Clawson (jeff.clawson@oakhilltn.us). Initial review of applications will occur by the first week of October. Position opened until filled. For additional information please contact: Jeff Clawson (jeff.clawson@oakhilltn.us) and/or Gary Jaeckel (gary.jaeckel@tennessee.edu)

Job Details
Job Function:
Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
ICMA-CM:
No preference
City of Oak Hill
Location:
5548 Franklin Pike
Nashville, TN 37220-2128
United States
Population: 5,000
Form of Government: Council-Manager

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