Job Details

County Manager
County of Davie, NC
Job Description

Davie County (Pop, 41K, County Seat, Mocksville, NC), is seeking an energetic, facilitative, and visionary County Manager. With the ability to lead competent staff and work effectively, the successful manager has a track record of partnering and collaborating with staff, community, regional partners, and the Board to carry out the strategic priorities of the community, with a special emphasis on excellent fiscal management and economic development. The County Manager reports to a five-person elected Board of Commissioners and leads 334 employees serving across 15 departments. The County operates with a $78.8M budget that is supported by a tax rate of $.738 per $100 of assessed tax value. The County currently operates under the Performance-Based Budgeting process. Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in Public or Business Administration or related field is required; a master’s degree in Public or Business Administration and/or ICMA credentialed management is desirable. Candidate must have five or more years of successful and progressive levels of supervisory and management experience, prefer experience in North Carolina local county government. The hiring range is $125,000 to 155,000 with compensation negotiable based on experience and qualifications. Residency within the County is expected within a negotiated timeframe of appointment.

Job Details
$125,000 - $155,000, DOQ
Job Function:
Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
Position Type:
Full Time
County of Davie
123 S Main St
Mocksville, NC 27028-2464
United States
Population: 41,552
Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

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