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  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Department Director
  • Salary: $107,222 - $131,883. DOQ DOE
  • Position Type: Full Time

Post Date: Sep 5 2019

Deadline: Oct 18 2019

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The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino

Assistant Director of Housing Services
Annual salary range: $107,222 to $131,883 DOQ DOE
The County offers a comprehensive benefits package.
Application deadline: Friday, October 18, 2019

Located in the heart of Southern California, San Bernardino County is home to over two million residents. We thrive on the diversity of our communities, where families enjoy affordable housing, excellent K-12 schools and easy access to community resources such as hospitals, libraries, parks and airports. The County offers a variety of “live, work, play” lifestyle options, short commutes, a safe, clean and healthy environment, access to a variety of retail and entertainment choices, and cultural and educational enrichment opportunities through museums, theater and local universities such as California State University San Bernardino, University of Redlands, and California Baptist University. Our natural geography, with snowcapped mountains, flowering deserts, crystal lakes and pristine valleys, and ideal Southern California climate allows our residents to enjoy a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, and skiing year-round. Adjacent to Los Angeles and Orange Counties, we are but a short drive away from Southern California’s premier beaches, resort destinations, and major metropolitan centers. As an employer, the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino strives to provide its employees work life balance, where in addition to excellent career opportunities, a supportive work environment, and lucrative compensation and benefits, they are able to enjoy all we have to offer.

The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino (HACSB) is one of the most progressive housing authorities in the Country and also the largest provider of affordable housing in San Bernardino County. HACSB proudly owns and/or manages programs with approximately 13,000 housing units and vouchers combined to serve approximately 25,000 people, the majority of whom are seniors, individuals with disabilities, veterans, and children. Unlike other health and human services programs, HACSB provides housing assistance based on the number of vouchers and public housing units for which are authorized and funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The demand for housing that is affordable for all income ranges is omnipresent. San Bernardino County needs 72,032 more affordable rental homes to meet current demand. Therefore, HACSB works diligently on increasing the supply of not only affordable housing, but also housing that’s affordable for the local workforce. The current budget is approximately $140 million.

The Assistant Director of Housing Services reports to the Director of Operations and is responsible for the day-to-day direction and administration of the Housing Choice Voucher (HCV) program, including planning, managing and coordinating program activities, evaluating operations, and developing recommendations. This position manages the technical functions of the various HCV programs, Continuum of Care grants and agency waiting lists; works with the Director of Operations in the development of policies and procedures for the programs; assures compliance with federal, state, local and HUD/HACSB policies and procedures; and plans, develops and supervises special projects.

This position is responsible for the supervision of approximately 40 staff within the department of Housing Services’ three regional offices. The incumbent is responsible for performing managerial activities in accordance with the organization’s personnel policies, priorities, procedures, and applicable laws. The responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees, addressing complaints and resolving problems.

The ideal candidate will be a bold, progressive, and customer-focused leader with excellent communication and interpersonal skills who can motivate and inspire staff, foster a high performing and team-oriented work environment, and provide guidance and employee development while ensuring a culture of accountability, integrity and respect. A propensity to understand and implement complex policies and governmental regulations is required. The successful candidate will have a proven track record and demonstrate the desire to encourage employee engagement, collaboration, and open dialogue. While experience in housing is beneficial, it is critical that the next Assistant Director of Housing Services be a relationship builder with effective leadership and management acumen; a positive presence with a commitment to excellence.

To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit your resume, cover letter, and a list of five work-related references, as well as the size of staff and budget you have managed. Resume should reflect years and months of employment, beginning/ending dates as well as relevant work experience. Please apply directly at:

For additional information contact:

Frank Rojas
CPS HR Consulting

To view an online brochure for this position visit:
Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino website:

The Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino is an equal opportunity employer.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Finance Director
  • Salary: $149,607 - $191,978. Annually DOE
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

Post Date: Sep 4 2019

Deadline: Sep 27 2019

It is anticipated that this recruitment will close, Friday, September 27, 2019


The Assistant Controller-Treasurer is an executive leadership position which, under general direction of the Controller-Treasurer, assists in the planning, organizing and directing activities related to the various divisions within the Department.

Qualified candidate would typically possess a Bachelor's Degree, preferably with a concentration in Accounting or Business Administration; and five (5) years of increasingly responsible auditing and general and financial accounting experience in a large organization or governmental agency, three (3) years of which must be equivalent to a Controller-Treasurer Division Manager, managing the operations of a major division or complex business, including directing accounting, auditing, and financial reporting. Governmental accounting experience is required, and possession of CPA certificate is highly desirable.

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Post Date: Sep 3 2019

Deadline: Sep 30 2019

Applicants must complete an online employment application which includes a supplemental questionnaire.


The Finance Division Manager works under the direction of the Department Director to perform professional accounting work, which includes budget and debt financing, coordinating and preparing the City's budget, cash management, providing information to City staff regarding accounting practices and procedures, assisting in CAFR, providing back-up coverage to the other Finance Division Managers, and supervising lower-level staff in their day-to-day operations which include payroll, accounts payable/budget, and other functions.

Pittsburg continues to grow as a community which will lead to a higher demand for City services, your work as a Finance Division Manager will have an immediate impact on the City's operations.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Department Director
  • Salary: $145,032 - $212,036.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Mayor-Council

Post Date: Aug 29 2019

Deadline: Oct 2 2019

Submit a cover letter and resume: Management Partners Attn: Nancy Hetrick


Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment (LASAN) is seeking highly qualified candidates to lead the External Affairs activities for the Agency.

About Los Angeles Sanitation and Environment (LASAN)

LASAN is the environmental utility in the City of Los Angeles whose mission is to protect public health and the environment through its multiplicity of programs, including the Solid Resources Program, Clean Water Program, Watershed Protection Program, and the Environmental Quality Program. The strategic goals of LASAN align with Mayor Garcetti’s sustainability goals, articulated in his Sustainable City pLAn and Green New Deal. The Agency’s over 3,300 dedicated employees take pride in their work and believe they have a positive impact on the quality of life of the residents and businesses of the City of Los Angeles. The Chief Operating Officer, Chief Financial Officer, and Assistant Director for External Affairs report to the Agency Director/General Manager. Five additional Assistant Directors report to the Chief Operating Officer. The Director/General Manager of LASAN reports to the Mayor. The annual revenue budget is over $1.1 billion, making LASAN one of the largest agencies in the City.

Assistant Director for External Affairs

The position is an Assistant General Manager position for the City of Los Angeles. It is an executive level position reporting directly to the Agency Director/General Manager and overseeing a staff of approximately 50 employees. The position is tasked with devising and advancing advocacy strategies either directly or through the Director/General Manager or other City officials on behalf of LASAN. The successful candidate will foster productive business relationships with the regulatory agencies and other governmental entities and the multiple partner organizations in LASAN’s sectors of interest, be they environmental justice, biodiversity, climate change, brownfields, food rescue, utility, clean water, solid resources, or watershed protection. Specific duties of this position include: short- and long-term financial planning; budgetary, equipment, and personnel allocations; as well as managing the divisions and working units to meet LASAN goals, legal mandates and changing operational needs. The Assistant Director also provides oversight and guidance to division managers and supervisors on External Affairs activities and often represents LASAN or the City in an official capacity before the Mayor, City Council, Board of Public Works and other governmental and regulatory agencies.

The position is responsible for planning, organizing, coordinating, and administering the activities of the following teams:

Chief Sustainability/Resiliency Officer This position oversees the development and execution of strategies to address issues such as energy use, resource conservation, recycling, pollution reduction, waste elimination, education/outreach, and building design.

Clean Up Green Up This position is the ombudsperson for the Clean Up Green Up Program in the environmentally disadvantaged communities of Boyle Heights, Pacoima/Sun Valley, and Wilmington.

Community Services This group coordinates responsive service delivery byLASAN to City residents through requests from the Mayor’s Office, City Council, and other stakeholders. The group also coordinates work performed for LASAN by the Office of Community Beautification and the Los Angeles Conservation Corps.

Government Affairs This group coordinates LASAN items requiring approval by the Board of Public Works Commissioners and the City Council. The group also coordinates requests for information and reporting with the Mayor’s Office and the City Council.

Grants This group leverages existing resources by maximizing external funding sources to enhance environmental services and public health, implement infrastructure projects that improve the quality of life for the citizens of Los Angeles, minimize the risk of significant losses associated with weather events and natural disasters, and reduce potential liabilities associated with existing and emerging environmental regulations.

Marketing The marketing staff is responsible for promoting LASAN’s activities and improving the outreach to customers and other stakeholders, including the neighborhood councils. The group is also responsible for LASAN’s social media presence.

Public Affairs Office This office provides public relations support for all LASAN activities, and also indirectly supports the Board of Public Works and other entities within the Board.

Regulatory Affairs Division The Division is LASAN’s lead in working with regulatory agencies, such as the South Coast Air Quality Management District, Regional Water Quality Control Boards, State and U.S. EPA, CalRecycle, and the Department of Toxic Substances Control, to name a few. This Division also coordinates LASAN responses to proposed legislation and is the lead for LASAN’s climate change activities.

Strategic Planning This position will lead the team comprised of staff from throughout the organization that is responsible for the standardized strategic planning process and development of performance metric tools to foster consistency over time and across projects and programs.

Key Attributes
• Skilled communicator
Have excellent written and verbal communication skills with varying stakeholders and elected officials; ability to represent LASAN at public events.
• Effective collaborator
Able to act as a facilitator amongst Divisions at LASAN, City Departments, elected officials, regulatory bodies and the business community.
• Advocate
Ability to effectively promote the Agency’s strategic initiatives; and devise and advance strategies that further the organization’s goals.

The Ideal Candidate Will
• Have a history of leadership in external or public affairs for public agencies.
• Exhibit exemplary communication skills, both within the City and to external stakeholders and the greater community.
• Demonstrate and encourage a strong collaborate work style.
• Recruit, support, and retain effective and professional staff.
• Possess knowledge of, or willingness to learn about, sanitation and environmental agencies including regulatory and governmental affairs.
• Have demonstrated success in regulatory or legislative advocacy.


Applicants must have any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with an emphasis in public relations, environmental sciences/ engineering, public administration or related fields. A Master’s degree, desired.

Ten years of progressively responsible related management or supervisory experience in public affairs, preferably within a public agency. Substantial experience in communication and collaboration with a variety of stakeholders is preferred.

The salary range for the Assistant Director position is $145,032 to $212,036 annually, depending on qualifications and depth of experience. With periodic cost of living adjustments, this range will be $155,054 to $226,694 as of June 20, 2021. The position is eligible for bonuses of up to 13.75% at the discretion of the Director/General Manager.

The City offers an attractive benefits package including health, dental, and vision plans, life insurance, paid holidays, vacation, sick days, and dependent care expense reimbursement. LASAN offers generous retirement benefits including participation in the Los Angeles City Employee’s Retirement System (LACERS). The City also offers a voluntary Deferred Compensation Plan.

Please contact Nancy Hetrick at 408-437-5400 or with any questions.

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Job Details

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

Post Date: Aug 29 2019

Deadline: Sep 27 2019

Upload your cover letter, resume & contact information including email addresses for 5 work-related references to the Avery Associates Career Portal


The City of Pinole with a diverse population of over 19,000 residents is located on the shores of San Pablo Bay in West Contra Costa County within the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area. This picturesque city situated on gently rolling hills, is known for its rich architectural heritage, historic past, friendly neighborhoods, diverse businesses and economic and shopping opportunities.

The City of Pinole is looking for an experienced and visionary City Manager to lead the City forward into an exciting future with much opportunity. The position is appointed by the City Council and will be the administrative head of all government functions. In partnering with the City Council, the expectation is to implement Council priorities while maintaining a strong communication and service orientation with the entire Council. Regular interactions are especially important as the Council, with several new members, is coalescing towards a shared vision for the City. The key priorities of this position will be continuing to build the financial strength of the City, providing top notch city services, public safety, staff development and seeking and capitalizing on economic development opportunities.

The successful candidate will be an active, engaged and innovative manager with a collaborative, empowering, and participative management style. Experience as a public sector executive with a Bachelor’s degree in a related field is required, along with a strong foundation in finance, administration, land use/planning and program management. The salary for this position is open and negotiable, dependent on qualifications. To be considered, please visit the Avery Associates Career Portal at to upload your letter of interest, resume and contact information including email addresses for five work-related references to Paul Kimura by September 27, 2019.

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