Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Salary: DOQE
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 28,000
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 15 2020

Deadline: Mar 1 2020

Please submit a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Sheryl Brown, HR Manager at sbrown@anthemcouncil.com.

Summary

Anthem, Arizona is the premier master planned community in the Sonoran Desert foothills north of the Phoenix metro area. Founded by Del Webb in 1999, our award-winning community is home to approx. 28,000 residents who enjoy a wide range of amenities, services, schools and commercial areas in a beautiful, safe and friendly “small-town” setting. The Anthem Community Council (ACC) is the not for profit master governing organization that works in close harmony with three homeowner associations to maintain community assets, provide community services, and protect and enhance Anthem’s special quality of life. The ACC is directed by a seven-member Board of Directors elected from each HOA. Similar to a Council/Manager structure, the Board appoints the Town Manager/CEO (Community Executive Officer), who is the administrative leader of the organization and responsible for the implementation of Board policies, and oversight of operations and personnel management for approximately 100 year round employees, plus another 100 seasonal employees. The ACC is a financially stable organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $10M, a Reserve Fund balance of $16M and a fully funded 30-year Reserve plan for major asset repairs and replacements. The ACC’s revenue is primarily from property owner assessments, user fees and Enhancement Fees (1/4 of 1% of the resale price of homes). Through prudent financial management, the ACC has not increased assessments in seven years and has added $12M in new recreational amenities during that same time frame without incurring debt. Please visit our website, OnlineAtAnthem.com, to learn about the ACC’s outstanding amenities and to review the Board/staff bios, Board agendas/minutes, budgets/financial reports, governing documents and other items that attest to our strong commitment to community service, communication and transparency.

Town Manager/CEO Profile
Anthem has benefited from stable executive leadership for over a decade, following the planned transition of the ACC Board from developer to resident control. In 2009, the ACC Board of Directors made the strategic decision to become a self-managed organization and to adopt a “town management” style of governance, even though Anthem is not an incorporated city or town. The incumbent Town Manager/CEO is retiring mid-2020 after ten years of service with the ACC and the Board wishes to facilitate a smooth transition of leadership by appointing the new Town Manager/CEO before the incumbent retires to allow for an overlap orientation period. The organizational culture is driven by six employee values that guide performance, accountability and all that we do (integrity, respect, customer service, initiative, care & pride and teamwork). The Town Manager/CEO hires and supervises the COO and CFO and they divide oversight responsibilities for the following departments that are managed by highly professional staff: Administration, Finance, Human Resources, Communications & Public Affairs, Facilities Maintenance, Civic Building Operations, Community Center Operations and Special Events. The Town Manager/CEO works closely with the Board to develop strategic priorities, develop and present the annual budget, develop agendas and staff reports for monthly Board meetings and advocate for Anthem on regional issues and development projects that may impact the community.

Qualifications:
• Education/Certifications (Preferred): MPA, MBA or related master’s degree; and relevant advanced certifications such as ICMA-Certified Manager or PCAM/Large-Scale Manager (LSM).
• Experience (Preferred): Ten plus years of increasingly responsible senior management/supervisory experience, ideally involving city or community management in high quality cities or master planned communities comparable to Anthem. Experience working closely with city/town councils and/or boards of directors is highly desirable.
• Leadership profile (Required): The successful candidate will have an open and empowering leadership style, a proven track record of service excellence and financial stewardship, unquestionable integrity and ethics, outstanding interpersonal and communication skills, the capacity to constructively problem solve and build consensus, and a passion for community service and developing/mentoring staff.

The ACC offers a highly competitive compensation and benefits package (DOQE).

Inquiries are also welcome to learn more about this outstanding career opportunity and should be directed to Sheryl Brown, HR Manager sbrown@anthemcouncil.com or 623-742-6003. This position is open until filled.

The Anthem Community Council values diversity and is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Details

  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Chief Administrator
  • Credential: No preference
  • Salary: $106,000 - $132,021.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website: http://www.parkcity.org

Summary

DEPUTY CITY MANAGER – INTERNAL SERVICES
Executive Department

JOB SUMMARY

Seeking a dynamic leader to help support and administer core internal services, including Human Resources, Finance, Budget and Performance Management, Technology, Elections, Risk and Emergency Management, and Purchasing. Performs a variety of administrative, managerial, and leadership functions. Relied upon to represent the City on various external working groups, lead internal process and customer service improvement projects, interacts with media, and respond to critical incidents and emergencies.

A primary member of the Executive Team, which includes the City Manager and City Attorney.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB DUTIES

General Administration:
• Managerial oversight of City policies, procedures, and objectives to ensure efficient, effective, and consistent delivery of internal public services.
• Plans, organizes, and supports administrative services teams and their performance.
• Prepares Executive Department budget and monitors expenditures.
• Organizes professional and technical training programs for elected officials, boards and commissions, and staff.
• Responsible for compliance with official public meeting management, records retention, and municipal election law.
• Manages City’s portfolio of real public property, infrastructure and assets, including leases and rent.
• Manages social equity initiatives as directed.

Risk & Emergency Management:
• The City’s official Risk Manager, working to implement loss prevention and support emergency management programs.
• Administers annual organizational insurance placements.
• Designs and directs purchasing procedures to create efficient and responsible internal contracting practices.
• Acting City Manager when necessary, including officiating City Council and public meetings.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Demonstrated expertise in internal service delivery (finance, human resources, technology, elections), and particularly knowledgeable about complex local government policy issues, public contracting and procurement, and organizing and supporting high performance.
• Maintains effective working relationships with employees and the public.
• Experienced with media relations (print, radio, TV, social), including editing official correspondence.
• Positive and motivated leader with experience in leading, coaching, supervising, training and evaluating employees.
• Knowledge of local government.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

Required:
• 8 years progressive experience in a municipal administration as department head, assistant manager, or equivalent combination of management experience
• Experience in municipal internal service delivery
• Excellent written and oral communication skills

Preferred:
• Master’s Degree in public administration or related field
• Personnel and team-management experience
• Spanish speaking skills a plus
• Experience with municipal budgeting, financial and performance management, and human resources

Additional Information

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=05f679f1-6cbd-41b5-8d44-c9f9628f8d01&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Job Details

  • Job Function: Assistant/Deputy Chief Administrator
  • Credential: No preference
  • Salary: $106,000 - $132,021.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website: http://www.parkcity.org

Summary

DEPUTY CITY MANAGER – Community Development
Executive Department

JOB SUMMARY

Seeking a dynamic leader to help administer Park City’s complex community development goals and initiatives. The Deputy City Manager leads the daily administration of Building, Planning, Engineering, Housing, Economic Development, Capital Projects, Redevelopment Authority, and Arts and Cultural affairs. Accountable for large private development project review, manages and supports long term planning and implementation of public infrastructure projects, provides operational support for internal teams and managers, and often serves as the City’s negotiator for public private partnerships.

A member of the Executive Team, which includes the City Manager and City Attorney.

EXAMPLES OF TYPICAL JOB DUTIES

Community Development:
• Supports regulatory, planning, and administrative aspects of the City’s community development, capital project, Economic Development, Redevelopment and Housing Authority.
• Directs strategic short- and long-term planning initiatives to align public and private development.
• Supports formation and execution of General Plan, Land Management Code, Historic District Design Guidelines, and other City planning documents.
• Contract negotiation and design review of public private redevelopment projects.

Community Leadership:
• Presents to City Council, Planning Board, and community stakeholders.
• Participates in media interviews regarding community planning, public private partnerships, and redevelopment and housing projects.
• Represents City on regional community development initiatives, including inter-jurisdictional planning groups.

Administration:
• Performs as Acting City Manager when necessary, including officiating City Council meetings.
• Helps prepare departmental budgets, monitors expenditures, and drafts staff performance reviews.
• Administers internal process quality control and software to provide quality and effective customer service.
• Formulates, recommends, and implements various financing strategies to propel and support community, housing, and redevelopment initiatives.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
• Experienced with media relations (print, radio, TV, social), including approving and editing official correspondence.
• Positive and motivated leader with experience in planning, coordinating, facilitating, coaching, supervising, training and evaluating employees.
• Knowledge of local governmental processes, particularly complex local policy issues, public contracting and procurement, and supporting high performance teams.
• Demonstrated expertise in public planning process, community development, housing, and redevelopment issues.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Required:
• 8 years of progressive experience in municipal administration as department head, assistant manager, or equivalent combination of management experience
• Experience in community development, municipal law, and community redevelopment
• Excellent written and oral communication skills

Preferred:
• Master’s Degree in public administration or related field
• Personnel and team-management experience
• Spanish speaking skills a plus
• Experience with intergovernmental agencies
• Experience with public procurement, contract review, and public private partnerships

Additional Information

https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=05f679f1-6cbd-41b5-8d44-c9f9628f8d01&ccId=19000101_000001&type=MP&lang=en_US

Job Details

  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $108,965 - $160,627.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website: https://www.losalamosnm.us/
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 10 2020

Deadline: Feb 12 2020

Please apply online

Summary

JOB TITLE: Community Services Director
JOB CODE: 300
CLASSIFICATION: Exempt
DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: Community Services
SUPERVISOR: Deputy County Manager

Position Summary:
Under limited supervision of the Deputy County Manager, plans, organizes and directs the Community Services Department staff and operations, including the Library; , Parks, Recreation and Open Space; and Social Services Divisions, as well as cultural services contracts. Develops and implements community services and planning policies and procedures, and assures compliance with all laws and ordinances. Maintains confidentiality of all privileged information. The Community Services Director serves at the pleasure of the County Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:
•Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Library Science, Recreation, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field.
•Eight years of experience in library, parks, recreation management, social services, or public administration.
•Four years of management experience across all years of job related experience.
•Must establish residency in Los Alamos County within ninety days.

Preferred Qualifications:
•Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Library Science, Recreation, Public Administration, Business Administration or related field.
•Valid New Mexico driver’s license.

Additional Information

https://selfservice.losalamosnm.us/ess/employmentopportunities/default.aspx

Job Details

  • Job Function: Parks and Recreation Director
  • Salary: $94,391 - $122,000. DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 110,000
  • Website: http://www.myclearwater.com
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 10 2020

Online @ www.myclearwater.com

Summary

THE CITY OF CLEARWATER, FLORIDA
INVITES YOUR INTEREST FOR THE POSITION OF:

PARKS & RECREATION DIRECTOR
Salary: $94,391 - $122,000 DOQ
Position Open Until Filled – First review of applications will be week of February 10, 2020

COMMUNITY BACKGROUND:
Located between the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay, the city of Clearwater combines the natural beauty of a tropical environment with safe, affordable, active living and opportunities for personal and professional prosperity. From relaxing on our world-acclaimed, white sandy beaches to boating, dolphin watching to fishing, cheering the Philadelphia Phillies in spring training to attending theater and concert events at Ruth Eckerd Hall and Coachman Park, Clearwater offers a lifestyle for everyone. No better location can be found which places more of an emphasis on integrating career, community, and lifestyle than the city of Clearwater.

THE ORGANIZATION:
The city of Clearwater operates under a Council/ Manager form of government. The Parks & Recreation Director reports directly to the Assistant City Manager and is assisted in the administration of the department by two Assistant Directors and support staff. The Parks & Recreation Director oversees a budget of over $32 million and a workforce of 232 personnel.

THE POSITION:
The Parks & Recreation Director will serve as the leader of the Parks & Recreation Department and will be responsible for ensuring the department meets the operational standards and strategic direction of the city of Clearwater.
The department has been focused on several initiatives over the last few years that the Parks & Recreation director would also be responsible for managing and making recommendations on:
• Parks and Recreation Master Plan – The master plan is about ten years old and it is expected that an update will occur soon after the new City Council sets their strategic direction in May of 2020.
• Sports Tourism – Over the last ten years, the city has developed the relationships and infrastructure necessary for Clearwater to host sports activities at national and international levels. As we transition our focus towards managing this program, the new director will be expected to evaluate the program and set measurable short- and long-term goals for Sports Tourism.
• Imagine Clearwater – Construction on Imagine Clearwater is scheduled to begin later in 2020, and when it is complete the Parks and Recreation Department will be tasked with either direct management of the park or liaising with a not-for-profit conservancy to do so. The director will be responsible for developing sustainable programming in the park, which is scheduled to include an amphitheater structure with back of house amenities, removable covered seating for around 4,000 people and additional event space which would support another 6,000 uncovered patrons. The department will also be responsible for maintenance of the other areas of the park, which include green spaces, playgrounds, water features and pathways that interact with adjacent retail uses.
• Philadelphia Phillies – The city has a long-term relationship with Philadelphia Phillies as the home of their spring training activities and their single A minor league affiliate. This relationship includes Spectrum Field, which the city constructed and leased to the Phillies in 2003. That lease expires in 2023 and the Parks and Recreation director is expected to play a key role in the negotiation of a new deal and being the key liaison with the team moving forward.
• Major League Soccer (MLS) – Over the last few years the city has played host to multiple MLS teams (D.C. United and the Philadelphia Union). The new director would be expected to continue to nurture the relationship with MLS and identify opportunities that are mutually beneficial to the MLS and the city of Clearwater.

Education:
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or related field (i.e., Recreation, Public Policy, and Organizational Leadership), Master’s degree preferred.

Experience: A minimum of eight (8) years progressively responsible administrative experience leading a Municipal Recreation and/or Parks Administration department, within a similarly-sized organization; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

The Parks & Recreation Director will adhere to the highest degree of ethics, diplomacy and tactfulness, which includes solid negotiation, conflict resolution and people management skills.

The Parks & Recreation Director will also have experience and skill in planning, organizing and refining operating procedures and reviewing work of city staff and contractors; effectively presenting programs and ideas; and exceptional communication skills, both written and verbal, to include internal team communications.

Additional Information

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/clearwaterfl

Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website: http://www.waxhaw.com
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 8 2020

http://www.developmentalassociates.com, and click on Town Manager – Waxhaw, NC link on the home page.

Summary

Consider the opportunity to lead a community where citizen engagement is encouraged, respect for Town history is embraced, and a strategic vision for economic vitality is underway. The Town of Waxhaw in Union County, NC (pop. approx. 12.7K), is seeking an energetic, facilitative and visionary Town Manager who will wear multiple hats, with a special emphasis on excellent fiscal management and economic development. The Town Manager must have the ability to relate well to community and have the ability to partner with an engaged Board to carry out the strategic priorities of the Town. The Town Manager, who reports to the Mayor and a five-person, non-partisan Board of Commissioners, leads 77 FTE across 13 departments/divisions. The FY 19-20 general fund budget of $11.8M is supported by a tax rate of $.36 per $100 of assessed tax value. Qualifications:
Minimum education is a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university; however, Master of Public Administration or equivalent graduate degree is strongly preferred. The successful candidate has seven or more years of progressive management experience in a senior management capacity within a small to midsized municipal government organizations. Hiring range is $125,000-$150,000 with an Executive Package / Benefits and relocation assistance, if needed. Residency within City limits is required within a negotiated timeframe. Outstanding local government benefits offered.

Additional Information

http://www.developmentalassociates.com

Job Details

  • Job Function: Project Manager
  • Salary: $37.86 - $47.99 Hourly
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website: http://www.dmgov.org
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 8 2020

Deadline: Feb 6 2020

Use the link below to view the job announcement and to complete the online application. https://agency.governmentjobs.com/desmoines/default.cfm

Summary

THE POSITION
The principal function of an employee in this class is to perform responsible professional work involved in the day-to-day management of development and redevelopment projects having varying levels of investment/ re-investment and moderately complex coordination requirements; and to do related work as required. The work is performed under the direct supervision of the Economic Development Director, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative. The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees in the Economic Development Division, other City employees, business and community organizations, and the public. The principal duties of this class are performed in a general office environment with some field trips to project sites.

ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
• A Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in business or public administration, urban planning, or related field; and
• Considerable experience in economic development, city planning, local government, building/development review, small business assistance, lending, development finance or commercial and/or industrial real estate. A combination of multiple aspects of these experiences and/or experience in the public sector is desired.
• A Master's degree in any of the above stated fields may be substituted for one year of required experience.
• Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform the work.

REQUIRED SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS
• Candidates for positions in this class must pass a post-employment offer physical examination and drug screen.
• Possession of a valid Iowa driver's license or evidence of equivalent mobility.

EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL WORK (ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY)
• Coordinates and assists development projects having minor implementation problems; may assist with projects having large budgets and difficult implementation problems.
• Provides technical assistance to industrial, commercial, and residential developers in the areas of financing, zoning, land disposition, public services, or other types of assistance needed for project development.
• Assists builders and developers in all phases of City building permit application process including site plan review, zoning, traffic codes, parking, engineering requirements, and other related criteria.
• Solicits and reviews development proposals.
• Facilitates negotiations with City staff, other governmental entities, developers, lenders, landowners, and others.
• Supervises phases of assigned development projects and monitors projects in order to ensure that plans, policies and agreements are followed.
• Assists in coordinating project reviews, permits, inspections, and related project management activities with those of other divisions, departments, and agencies.
• Mediates between competing interests on issues related to building and development.
• Coordinates project management efforts with lenders, developers, real estate brokers, and others.
• Works with small business owners to match their needs with applicable City assistance programs and/or other eligible funding sources available in the community.
• Prepares related agreements and lending documents to provide small business assistance.
• Responds to development inquiries.
• Attends meetings of public boards and commissions as a representative of the City; provides reports and proposals for use in public meetings.
• Assists and prepares cost estimates, budgets, project designs, plans, reports, project analysis and other documents as required.
• Prepares and amends urban renewal plans and related documents.
• Directs and coordinates property acquisition and disposition activities including appraisals, offers to purchase, and closings.
• Establishes and monitors project schedules and budgets. Assists in preparing market plans and policies.
• Prepares and gives presentations and works with City staff to represent the economic development work and its relationship to the various City departments and the community at-large.
• Performs other directly related duties consistent with the role and function of the classification.

SELECTION METHOD
An education and experience review will be completed on all qualified applicants. Those applicants deemed most qualified based on the education and experience rating will be considered for certification to an eligibility list for appointment. Applicants who need a reasonable accommodation must inform this office at (515) 283-4213 or TTY at Iowa Relay at 711 or 1-800-735-2942 prior to the closing date.

Additional Information

https://agency.governmentjobs.com/desmoines/default.cfm

Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Credential: Preferred
  • Salary: DOE
  • Position Type: Full Time

Summary

TOWNSHIP MANAGER—Spring Township (population 27,000), Berks County, PA seeks a skilled leader to serve as its Township Manager. Township is located in a suburban section of Berks County and has/will continue to grow inasmuch as it is a very desirable place to live and commercially develop. Manager supervises all day-to-day operations, & coordinates the five-member Board, staff, & community. Total budget of $30 m; 90 FT employees & 9 Dept Heads. Current Manager is retiring after 7 successful years in position. Township is in excellent financial condition & is looking for a communicative & innovative leader. Candidates should have (1) minimum of 5 years of municipal mgt experience; (2) knowledge of modern local government mgt principles; (3) strong financial skills & planning/land development exp; (4) Bachelor’s Degree; and (5) strong communication skills. Salary range $110-130,000 with excellent benefits; actual salary to be based on experience/qualifications. Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation with all included in only one attachment to woglomd@lafayette.edu. Deadline is noon on February 11, 2020. EOE.

Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Credential: Preferred
  • Website: http://www.finneycounty.org
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Jan 6 2020

Deadline: Jan 31 2020

https://www.finneycounty.org/administrationsearch

Summary

The Administrator is appointed by and reports
directly to the governing body. Through the
professional management of all non-elected
directors, the County Administrator is responsible
for running the day-to-day operations of the
county, overseeing the budget, and ensuring
county policies are carried out.

The official job duties are specified in
Resolution No. 4-2015, found online at
www.finneycounty.org.

Finney County is a robust epicenter for agricultural, commercial,
and medical services in Southwest Kansas.
Located approximately 200 miles west of Wichita and 300
miles southeast of Denver, Colorado, Finney County sits at
the junction of several major roadways connecting across
the continent. With a current population of approximately
41,000, it is the largest county in Western Kansas and
steadily growing. Finney County is the second largest
county in land area in Kansas, consisting of 1,300 square
miles and over 1,200 miles of maintained roadway. It offers
an interesting history and a variety of attractions and
activities. Garden City is the county seat.
Finney County is a progressive, politically stable government.
During the 25 years that the County has had an
administrator, only two individuals have served in that
position.
The County government employs 330 people in 18 departments.
Of those 18, five offices are run by elected officials.
These are the County Attorney, County Clerk, Register of
Deeds, County Sheriff, and County Treasurer. The governing
body is a five-member board of county commissioners,
each elected to a four-year term.

Additional Information

https://www.finneycounty.org/administrationsearch

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