Job Details

  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $110,000 - $130,000. DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 77,723
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Oct 28 2020

Deadline: Nov 20 2020

Please go to the City of Largo jobs page


The City of Largo is ISO a new executive leader to join our Team!

Our ideal candidate will have a a current AICP certification, related master’ s degree and broad background in Planning, Economic Development, Housing, building and Community Standards (Code) with a strong commitment to sustainability and leading in a High Performance Organization (HPO) environment. An approachable leader, the Community Development Director will engage in effective, meaningful communication with business and community leaders, key stakeholders, and regional partners and routinely demonstrate an ability to build consensus and guide others to informed decisions.

Largo is a welcoming, diverse community where tradition and heritage meet innovation and opportunity. Today, Largo is a dynamic, innovative, and rapidly growing city where families and businesses have a mutual desire and drive to thrive. Our shared values of Integrity, Collaboration, Passion and Creativity guide our work at every level in the organization.

If you understand and are committed to public service, providing a quality of life services and, above all, value a sense of community - read more about our the position responsibilities and qualifications, go to:!

The City of Largo - Naturally a Great Place to Work!

Largo in the News

To learn more about Largo and our award winning team member and community-focused initiatives, read on:

Largo awarded Family Friendly Business Award!

The Family Friendly Business Award® was created with the future of Pinellas in mind. It is a trademark registered award, whereby businesses may earn a bronze, silver, gold, or platinum award designation for workplace practices that support families. Pinellas’ leaders understand the importance of a well-educated, balanced, and healthy workforce to support a strong local economy and to keep Pinellas County competitive and vibrant. Through the inclusive lens of Family Friendly Workplace policies, employers not only support the workforce of today, but lay the groundwork for the workforce of tomorrow.

Largo has just recently been awarded the Pinellas Family Friendly Business Award - Gold in recognition of our family friendly environment and policies!

City featured in Florida Trend Magazine

As part of special edition of Florida Trend Magazine the City of Largo was recently featured in the September 2020 Community Portrait issue. Largo’s skilled workforce, fortune 500 companies and award-winning access to beaches and leisure were highlighted along with the neighboring city businesses. The feature article recognized companies that call Largo home such as Tech Data and Advanced Impact Technologies. Recent and future City’s efforts in relocating the downtown area are also part of the issue to promote Largo as the Community of Choice for business, healthcare and living and leisure

To download a copy, visit: Florida Trend Magazine 2020 Community Portrait

Vote for the Best of Largo

Back for the seventh year, the City of Largo and Tampa Bay Newspapers are sponsoring the “Best of Largo” contest to honor business-owned establishments and local entrepreneurs. Residents can vote for their favorite Largo businesses from Thursday, October 29 through Thursday, November 19 online at

Restaurant Round-U

In addition to the annual contest, the City is teaming up with Largo Recreation to host a series of Restaurant Round-up events in Park Lot 1 at Largo Central Park on Sundays throughout November. From 12-4pm, patrons can drive up, order select items from attending local restaurants, and meals will be delivered directly to parked vehicles in designated spots. Cash and credit will be accepted during the event. Businesses that are interested in attending as a restaurant vendor may contact Largo Special Events at 727-587-6740, x5014 or for more information.

No Charge for Temporary Events

For businesses looking to hold an event, there is no charge for temporary events during the month of November. Businesses are encouraged to host sidewalk sales, tent sales, or other shopping-related events throughout the community during the busiest shopping month of the year, with CDC guidelines and social distancing in place. The $75 temporary event fee will not be charged, however businesses must submit the temporary event permit application at least ten business days prior to the event for life safety review. Contact the Planner on Call desk at 727-587-6700 Ext. 7301 or email for more information.

More Ways to Show Support!

The community is invited to share their photos and videos at their favorite Largo restaurants and businesses on social media. Use the hashtag #LoveLargoFL, #LargoBusiness and #LoveLargoBiz and be sure to tag the City of Largo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Engaging the Community with Florida Native Plants

Last weekend, City departments collaborated on a plant giveaway drive-through event at Woodrow Park. This effort to connect with residents in one of our local neighborhoods reached roughly 200 households! Each household received information about Largo's Neighborhood Grant Program,Fire Safety Week, and other City services such as: housing grants, recreational activities and ways to connect through e-news, social media and events calendars. Largo's Parks Division was also in attendance to help residents choose a FL Native plant for their home. Each resident received a plant and info for themselves, and one to gift to a neighbor. Several City Commissioners also stopped by to join in and connect with residents on this lovely Saturday morning.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Credential: No preference
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 2,239,620
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

Post Date: Oct 23 2020

Deadline: Dec 7 2020

Apply online:


County of Riverside, California
Riverside, CA

County Executive Officer
Annual salary range: $262,921.10 to $413,826.40
The County offers an outstanding benefits package.
Application deadline: Monday, December 7, 2020

The County Executive Officer (CEO) is appointed by the Board of Supervisors and acts as agent of the Board in coordinating the administrative activities of the county government including analyzing and recommending the County budget; planning, organizing, and directing the work of the administrative office including administrative studies of county operations and procedures and preparing recommendations for the Board of Supervisors. The CEO is responsible to plan, organize, direct and evaluate the work of a technical and clerical staff; analyze and make recommendations on administrative and technical problems; prepare and present comprehensive reports and recommendations; establish and maintain effective relationships with public officials, administrators, employees and the public. The CEO shall enforce ordinances, orders, policies, and/or regulations as directed by the Board.

The ideal candidate will be an honest, ethical, and confident decision-maker with a record of professional accomplishments that demonstrate his/her ability to effectively lead a large and diverse public sector organization. A proven record in strategic planning, sound fiscal/financial abilities, as well as building effective relationships with elected officials are essential. This challenging position requires a strong, visionary leader committed to quality improvement, customer service and performance management. The CEO will be a courageous executive able to negotiate difficult political waters, while remaining focused on organizational goals and is willing to make difficult decisions based on what is right for the County and its residents, while remaining apolitical. The successful candidate will possess a passion for public service, an appreciation for diversity, and will maintain focus on providing service and desired outcomes for the community. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public or business administration, political science, economics, or related field AND 10-15 years of progressively responsible experience (6-10 years of executive leadership experience supervising staff in the public sector) in a senior management or administrative capacity in public or a combination of public/private employment, involving responsibility for planning, organizing, and execution of varied work programs is required. Experienced in County and State procedures and compliance standards is required. Knowledge of modern principles of public administration, organization, and management; modern office methods and procedures; administrative survey principles and techniques; principles and practices of governmental budgeting; current social, political, economic, and scientific trends; principles of effective public relations is expected. A master’s degree is desirable.

With rivers, mountain peaks, deserts and fertile valleys, Riverside County offers diversity that few locations can match. More than two million people live in Riverside County, taking advantage of affordable housing, a multi-faceted environment of rolling hills, lakes, rivers, deserts, forests, the world class, award winning wine country near Temecula, and resorts. It has been one of the nation’s fastest-growing counties for more than a decade.

Guided by a strategic vision created to provide and enhance needed services into 2030 and beyond, the County is progressive and proactive. County of Riverside government recognizes the value of a qualified and diverse workforce, making it a priority to build an organization that reflects the vibrant community it serves. The County’s leadership consists of five members of the Board of Supervisors who serve as both the legislative and executive branches of the County government. They are elected by district, on a nonpartisan basis, to four-year staggered terms. There are no term limits. The Board Appointed County Executive Officer oversees the day-to-day activities of the County’s agencies and departments. All five Supervisors will retain their seats until the next election in 2022. The County’s core business includes law enforcement, prosecution, probation, parks, community development, public works, public health, public social services, the County hospital, fire, housing, and employment and administrative services. County of Riverside has more than 21,000 employees across over 40 departments and agencies. The 2020-2021 budget is $6,796,564,463.

To be considered, please submit your cover letter with resume, and a list of six work-related references (who will not be contacted in the early stages of the recruitment). Resume should reflect years and months of positions held, as well as the size of the budget and staff you have managed. Apply on our website:

For more information about this recruitment, please contact:

Frank Rojas
CPS HR Consulting
Tel: 916 471-3111

To view an online brochure for this position visit:
County of Riverside, California website:

The County of Riverside, California is an equal opportunity employer.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Other Entry to Mid-Level
  • Salary: $90,539 - $133,466.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 18,222
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

Post Date: Oct 21 2020

Deadline: Nov 12 2020

Apply on our website


JOB TITLE: Economic Development Administrator
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Community Development
SUPERVISOR: Community Development Director

Position Summary:
Under the general supervision of the Community Development Director serves as a key member of the county’s tactical leadership team with direct responsibility for the effective implementation of county-wide strategic and operating initiatives to strengthen the economic base, attract and retain businesses, and effectively market Los Alamos County for economic sustainability and long-term vitality that enhances the quality of life of residents and strengthens the business environment. Provides support and assistance in the development, research, coordination and execution of strategies designed to create jobs, attract new businesses, retain and expand local businesses, revitalize commercial areas, facilitate real estate development projects and implement tourism attraction strategies. Maintains confidentiality of privileged information.

Minimum Qualifications:
•Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in Urban Planning, Economics, Public or Business Administration or related field, or equivalent combination of education and related work experience.
•Seven years of increasingly responsible experience in any combination of public or private business, real estate or economic development.
•Must possess or have ability to obtain within first sixty days of employment and must maintain a valid New Mexico Class D driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:
•Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Urban Planning, Economics, Public or Business Administration or related field.
•Seven years of economic or community development experience.
•Certified Economic Developer Certification.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Public Works Director
  • Salary: $145,536 - $185,735. +$500 car allowance and generous benefits
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 92,376
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Oct 19 2020

Deadline: Nov 30 2020

Please submit a compelling cover letter, and resume to


City of Carson
Director of Public Works

The City of Carson was incorporated in 1968 and is the youngest municipality in the South Bay region of Metropolitan Los Angeles. The City spans approximately 20 square miles and has City-owned open space ripe with opportunity for growth and new development. With a population of approximately 100,000, Carson has grown from an agricultural and industrial area to a bustling, vibrant, diverse city. With close proximity to major freeways, Long Beach and Los Angeles airports, the Port of Long Beach, and major universities including Cal State Dominguez Hills, the community is regionally significant. Carson is a leading destination for locals and travelers alike with attractions like the Goodyear Blimp, the Dignity Health Sports Park that features exciting sporting events, the new Porsche Driving Experience Center with its own museum and Four-Star restaurant. The Rancho Dominguez Adobe features historical re-enactments for history buffs.

The City of Carson is offering a sensational opportunity for an experienced, self-motivated public works professional to use their talents in partnership with a new, energetic City Manager to create a lasting impact on a community rapidly transforming itself into a premier 21st century city. Ideal candidates will be capable of thriving in a fast-paced, highly professional organization and have the ability to build trust and confidence within the Public Works Department while also developing ways to operate more efficiently and effectively. The candidate will have the opportunity to lead 135 employees. Under general direction of the City Manager and/or Assistant City Manager, plans, directs, and oversees a broad range of engineering and public works services, including, but not limited to, engineering, landscape and building maintenance, and public works (streets, trees, concrete, and equipment maintenance). This is an unclassified, at-will position. Annual salary is $145,536 - $185,736 plus a generous benefits package including $500 monthly auto allowance.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university in Public Administration, Business Administration and/or Engineering and seven (7) years of fulltime senior management experience in an operations department in a government agency. A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred.

APPLY IMMEDIATELY, ONCE A SUFFICENT NUMBER OF APPLICANTS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED INTERVIEWS WILL BE SCHEDULED. To be considered for this opportunity, please submit a compelling cover letter, and resume that reflects your scope of responsibility and significant accomplishments to For more information about this position, visit "current openings" page.

If you have questions about the position or the recruitment process, please contact Bob Hall at (714) 309-9104.

Job Details

  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Chief Administrator
  • Salary: $130,824 - $151,452.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 19,648
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Oct 15 2020

Applications and resumes can be mailed via U.S. mail or emailed to


The position of Deputy City Manager (DCM) was recently created to help the City Manager and her Executive Team realize their commitment for delivering excellent service to the community. Functioning somewhat like a chief of staff, the DCM will enjoy a wide variety of responsibilities that are both internally and externally focused.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $147,960 - $230,920.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 1,033,000
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Oct 14 2020

Deadline: Nov 8 2020

Please email cover letter, resume and responses to questions to by 11:59pm on 11/8/20.


This is an exceptional opportunity for a sharp, savvy, and seasoned communicator to use everything in their communications toolkit to creatively, strategically, and effectively lead the City’s communications teams to successfully reach the City’s diverse audiences and achieve its goals.

Known as the “Capital of Silicon Valley,” the City of San José plays a vital economic and cultural role anchoring the world’s leading region of innovation. Encompassing 178 square miles at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, San José is Northern California’s largest city and the 10th largest city in the nation. With more than one million residents, San José is one of the most diverse large cities in the United States. San José’s transformation into a global innovation center has resulted in one of the largest concentrations of technology companies and expertise in the world, including major tech headquarters like Cisco, Adobe, Samsung, PayPal, and eBay as well as start-ups and advanced manufacturing.

San José’s quality of life is unsurpassed. Surrounded by the Diablo and Santa Cruz mountain ranges and enjoying an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, residents have easy access to the beaches along the California coast including Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Carmel; Yosemite and Lake Tahoe in the Sierra Nevada; local and Napa Valley wine country, and the rich cultural and recreational life of the entire Bay region.

San José has received accolades for its vibrant neighborhoods, healthy lifestyle, and diverse attractions from national media including Business Week and Money magazines. The downtown area is home to high-rise residential projects, theaters, museums, and diverse entertainment attractions such as live music, live theater, cafes, restaurants, and nightclubs. Inquiring minds are served by the Tech Interactive museum, the San José Museum of Art, and many local galleries and venues. Nineteen public school districts and over 300 private and parochial schools provide residents with a range of educational choices. Universities in and near the city include San José State University, Santa Clara University, Stanford University, and three University of California campuses.

In 2011, the City adopted Envision San José 2040, a long-term growth plan that sets forth a vision and a comprehensive road map to guide the City’s anticipated growth through the year 2040. The Plan proactively directs significant anticipated growth in new homes and workplaces into transit-accessible, infill growth areas and supports evolution toward a more urban landscape and lifestyle. The San José area is powered by one of the most highly educated and productive populations in America. More than 40% of the workforce has a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared with 25% nationally, while 40% of San José residents are foreign born, and 50% speak a language other than English at home.

San José is proud of its rich cultural diversity and global connections, and the essential role the City plays in connecting residents and businesses to the nation and the world.

The City of San José is a full-service Charter City and currently operates under a hybrid Council-Manager form of government. The City Council consists of 10 Council Members elected by district and a Mayor elected at-large. The City Manager, who reports to the Council, and the executive team provide strategic leadership that supports the policy-making role of the Mayor and the City Council and motivates and challenges the organization to deliver high quality services that meet the community’s needs. The City actively engages with the community through Council-appointed boards, commissions, and project-specific engagement opportunities.

In addition to providing a full range of municipal services including police and fire, San José operates an international airport, municipal water system, a regional wastewater treatment facility, over 200 neighborhood and regional parks, an accredited zoo, and a library system with 24 branches. The City also oversees convention, cultural, and hospitality facilities that include the San José McEnery Convention Center, Center for the Performing Arts, California Theater, Mexican Heritage Plaza, and the SAP Center at San José – home of the NHL’s San José Sharks.

The City Manager’s Office has overall responsibility for the day-to-day oversight and management of 14 City departments. City operations are supported by approximately 6,600 full time equivalent positions and a total budget of over $4 billion for the 2020-2021 fiscal year. The Director of Communications is a member of the City Manager’s Executive Leadership Team, leads the Communications Office in the City Manager’s Office, and guides the communications of the City’s departments, and supports the Mayor’s Public Information Office (PIO). San José is dedicated to maintaining the highest fiscal integrity and earning high credit ratings to ensure the consistent delivery of quality services to the community. Extensive information regarding San José can be found on the City’s website at

You will be responsible for the strategic leadership and professional support for Citywide communications programs and campaigns; coordinating with the Mayor’s PIO on external communications; developing and carrying out comprehensive communications strategies and resources; and, counseling, coaching, and provide leadership to the coordination of the decentralized communications of City departments and services that range from an airport to a zoo.

You will identify and promote the City’s achievements, innovations, and public policy and service goals across all appropriate channels. These include supporting the City Manager with news media of all types, speaking opportunities and thought leader programs, presentations, direct mail, advertising, special events, and the entire realm of communications technologies including web content, social media, and audio visual.

In the event of an emergency, you are also a key member of the Emergency Operations Center management team, serving as the Emergency Public Information Officer. This role is critical in ensuring that San José residents, and City employees, receive critical and accurate information quickly and in multiple languages to ensure their safety.

You will also ensure that the City continues its strong commitment to governmental transparency and responsiveness to news media and the community that is essential for building and maintaining the public trust through effective two-way communications.

You have a successful record of developing and managing comprehensive communications and marketing programs, ideally in large and complex organizations or in a local government setting. You have strong analytical skills and are comfortable with data, detail, policy, and research. You can demonstrate that you’re practical and resourceful in finding effective ways to tell the City’s story in the right way for the right audience at the right time.

Naturally, you are an outstanding communicator. That means you can write persuasively in multiple formats under deadline, edit with confidence, and ensure quality, accuracy, and clarity. You also have a strong commitment to language access and communicating in the many languages of our community.

You’re completely comfortable with preparing and executing communications strategies using all channels, platforms, and technology, including owned, paid, shared, and earned media. You have exceptional interpersonal, speaking, and training skills, and you can relate well to people of all types, levels, and backgrounds, which is especially important for the diverse communities of San José.

You have an unimpeachable commitment to integrity, and you’re comfortable speaking truth to power, listening to divergent opinions, and finding practical paths through resistance and opposition to reach solutions.

You’re able to take charge of complex projects and manage politically sensitive or controversial issues to successful conclusions; you’re knowledgeable and creative about emerging technology to achieve communications goals. You are curious and have a strong desire to learn, grow, and challenge the status quo with facts, reason, and passion.

And, you have a thirst for public service, a broad knowledge of public policy, a deep understanding and experience with news media, and a dedication to help improve the quality of life for the people of San José.

A Bachelor's Degree in public administration, business administration, or a discipline related to the business performed by the department, and six (6) years of professional administrative experience for a major corporate or governmental entity, and must have managed a public education and information program for an extensive period of time.

Bilingual and bi-cultural in Spanish or Vietnamese is preferable.

The current annual salary range for this position is $147,960.112 - $230,920.533. The salary is supplemented by an attractive benefits package that includes but is not limited to:

Retirement – Competitive defined benefit retirement plan with full reciprocity with CalPERS; defined contribution plan available as an option.

Health Insurance – The City contributes 85% towards the premium for the lowest-priced non-deductible plan. Several plan options are available.

Dental Insurance – The City contributes 100% of the premium of the lowest-priced plan for dental coverage.

Personal Time Off – Vacation is accrued initially at the rate of three weeks per year with amounts increasing up to five weeks after 15 years of service. Executive Leave of 40 hours is granted annually. Sick Leave is accrued at the rate of eight hours per month.

Holidays – The City observes 14 paid days annually.

Deferred Compensation – The City offers an optional 457 plan.

Flexible Spending Accounts – The City participates in Dependent Care Assistance and Medical Reimbursement Programs.

Life Insurance – The City provides a term life insurance policy equal to two times annual salary. Long-term disability and AD&D plans are optional.

Employee Assistance Program – The City provides a comprehensive range of services through the EAP.

Vehicle Allowance – The City provides a vehicle allowance of $350 per month.

The final filing date is 11:59pm PST on Sunday, November 8, 2020.

To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, please submit an electronic version of your cover letter and resume to Anna Szabo, Senior Executive Analyst, via email at Resume should reflect years and months of employment, beginning/ending dates as well as size of staff and budgets you have managed. Please also submit thoughtful responses to the following questions:

1. Tell us about your proudest accomplishment in the area of public education.
2. What would you hope to accomplish in your first year at the City of San José?
3. Who are the most important stakeholders when developing inclusive messaging and campaigns in San José?
4. Describe your experience in developing and distributing emergency communications.

Resumes will be screened in relation to the criteria outlined in this brochure. Candidates deemed to have the most relevant qualifications will be invited to virtual panel interviews via Zoom. The final candidate(s) will then meet in person with the City Manager and members of his Senior Staff. An appointment will be made following comprehensive reference and background checks.

The City of San José is an equal opportunity employer.

Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country. Please be informed that the City of San José will not sponsor, represent, or sign any documents related to visa application/transfers for H1-B or any other type of visa the requires an employee application.

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