Job Details

  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Chief Administrator
  • Salary: $75,504 - $91,957. non-exempt, DOE
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 4,231
  • Website: http://www.ci.soldotna.ak.us
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: May 21 2020

Deadline: Jun 10 2020

A complete job description and application instructions are available on the City’s website at www.soldotna.org/jobs or by emailing hr@soldotna.org

Summary

The City of Soldotna, Alaska, on the banks of the world-famous Kenai River, is hiring for a key member of the leadership team.
Under the direction of the City Manager, this position provides administrative support in all functions and operations of the City Manager’s office, including: drafting and issuing internal and external communications; researching, issuing reports, and advising the City Manager on policy decisions and implementation; administering contract documents and agreements; providing project management for special projects; and coordinating the preparation of annual reports, publications, and miscellaneous studies.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
• Performs wide range of administrative duties in support of the City Manager, including: resolving citizen complaints, preparing ordinances and resolutions for City Council consideration, and drafting/issuing memoranda and official communications.
• Conducts research, performs analysis, prepares reports, and advises the City Manager on policy decisions and recommended implementation steps.
• Prepares and administers contracts and facility management agreements.
• Facilitates interdepartmental coordination and assumes project management role for special projects as assigned by the City Manager.
• Researches local, State, and Federal codes and regulations, and follows State of Alaska legislative items of local concern.
• Coordinates internal and external communications for the City, including employee updates, notices to the public (including via Social Media), and issuing statements and press releases to local media outlets.
• Prepares reports and gives public presentations, including to City advisory boards and commissions and the Soldotna City Council.
• Coordinates and prepares annual reports and City publications, including the Popular Annual Financial Report, and 5-year Capital improvement Program.
• Assists with coordination of marketing and promotional material for the City.
• Researches and identifies grant opportunities, prepares and submits applications to meet requirements and deadlines specified by funding agencies, and administers grant-funded projects as needed.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

DESIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
• Works with a high degree of independence, and consistently exhibits good judgement and professional integrity.
• Capable of managing multiple, high-priority assignments or projects simultaneously.
• Ability to research and plan, mobilize resources, and monitor a project through implementation.
• Ability to offer creative problem-solving, and formulate innovative solutions for City operations and service delivery.
• Exhibits strong interpersonal skills and ability to maintain good working relationships with community organizations, other government agencies, City boards, commissions/committees, and elected officials, as well as other City employees and the general public.
• Requires well-developed writing and public speaking skills, and tact when interacting in public settings including with local media.
• Knowledge of Federal and State funding sources, as well as grant and proposal writing techniques.
• Familiarity with or ability to learn document construction techniques, desktop publishing, and graphic design programs.
• Responsible for accuracy and clarity of reports and plans.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree is required. At least five years work experience in government administration, public affairs, economics, community development, or a related field is preferred.

Candidates whose educational qualifications exceed a Bachelor’s Degree may substitute additional years of schooling for work experience, provided they have the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the essential job functions.

Additional Information

http://www.soldotna.org/jobs

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Fire Chief
  • Salary: $75,586 - $113,112. DOQ; Excellent benefits package; relocation.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 13,872
  • Website: http://www.kodiakak.us
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: May 2 2020

Deadline: Jun 7 2020

Application Packet available at https://www.kodiakak.us/91/Employment.

Summary

POSITION OVERVIEW
The Kodiak Island Borough Manager’s Office is accepting applications for the regular, fulltime, exempt, position of Fire Chief for Bayside Volunteer Fire Department. This position works independently with minimal supervision, and is responsible for directing all activities of fire and emergency services, including volunteer personnel, to include developing and administering training programs; public education and outreach. The Fire Chief directs fire and emergency services at emergency scenes; and is responsible for providing all aspects of fire protection; emergency medical services; rescue; emergency management; and fire/injury prevention. Incumbent is responsible and accountable for performing strategic planning; managing an estimated $650,000 budget; inventory and purchasing; ensuring regulatory compliance at the Federal, state and local levels; providing oversight and direction for the implementation of programs/services; representing the Fire Department Borough-wide and before the Assembly; and managing legislative initiatives.
The Borough is seeking individuals who have a successful record of accomplishment of leadership, team building, and conflict resolution. The successful candidate will be collaborative, community oriented, politically skilled, and a strategically minded leader who possesses outstanding communication, administrative, and technical skills to provide safe, friendly, and dedicated service. The ideal candidate will be team-oriented and will facilitate communication among other local agencies.

KODIAK COMMUNITY AND BOROUGH
Situated in the northern Gulf of Alaska, just east of the Alaska Peninsula, Kodiak is the second largest island in the United States measuring more than 100 miles long and nearly 70 miles wide. Kodiak is home to about 13,000 people, and offers a charming small town atmosphere where residents take great pride and actively participate in their multicultural community.
The island’s temperate marine climate allows year-round outdoor fun to include the best in outdoor sport and recreational opportunities - with access to secluded beaches; extensive wilderness trails; and easy mountain hikes. Mountain climbing; cross-country skiing; boating; kayaking; bear viewing and whale watching are just a sampling of activities enjoyed by residents and visitors. Downtown offers retail and coffee shops; restaurants and museums; and one of Kodiak’s two scenic boat harbors. Commercial fishing; seafood processing; logging; recreational hunting and fishing; tourism and government make up the economy of Kodiak. The island boasts the nation’s largest Coast Guard base; a commercial rocket launch facility; one of the largest Travelifts in the world; and six wind turbines on Pillar Mountain, overlooking beautiful Kodiak City.

The Kodiak Island Borough was incorporated on September 24, 1963, and is a second-class Borough with a manager form of government. Under the direction and leadership of the Borough Manager, the departments of the Kodiak Island Borough administer quality, cost-effective services to the citizens of Kodiak. Municipal powers include area-wide education; taxation; planning; health; non-area-wide parks and recreation; solid waste; economic development; building inspections; service areas; and fire and emergency services.

QUALIFICATION and EXPERIENCE
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience directly related to the area assigned, including three (3) years of supervisory experience; or, an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.

Certifications: Firefighter III; Fire Officer II; Emergency Medical Technician I; Fire Service Instructor II or III; Hazardous Materials Technician A/B; CDL; must obtain a valid State of Alaska driver’s license upon employment.

THE KODIAK ISLAND BOROUGH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

RELATED LINKS
https://kodiak.org/
http://www.kodiakchamber.org/

Additional Information

https://www.kodiakak.us/91/Employment

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