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  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $121,152 - $132,732. DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website:

Post Date: Sep 25 2020

Deadline: Oct 30 2020

To review the job recruitment profile, including the job description, minimum qualifications, and application instructions, visit LOC's website.


The Operations and Member Engagement Director is a newly created position that will perform highly responsible and complex management duties, while also undertaking a variety of special projects for the Executive Director.

This position is expected to have three main components. First, the Director will be responsible for developing strategic plans and overseeing employees in the development of major member service features of the LOC, including: two major conferences; the training program; affiliate management; and external engagement with Oregon cities and their representatives. Second, the Operations and Member Engagement Director will be responsible for all internal LOC operations, with the exception of finance. This includes responsibility for the organization’s IT needs, facility management, and other duties that ensure the organization is effectively managed. Third, the Director will serve as the LOC’s diversity coordinator – a role which has responsibility for working with the LOC Board, staff and membership to create, implement and sustain programming through an equity lens that reflects the mission and vision of the LOC.

The Operations and Member Engagement Director will be an active and equal member of the LOC management team. The Director will oversee an annual Division budget of approximately $1.7 million.

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  • Job Function: Project Manager
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 540,410
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

Post Date: Sep 24 2020

Deadline: Oct 4 2020

For more information and to apply for this position please visit the link below. You can also visit


Do you advocate for continuous learning and strive to develop competency-based trainings? Are you skilled at clearly articulating ideas and solutions and adapting your communication and presentation styles to fit the needs of a diverse and multigenerational workforce? If yes, then Washington County needs YOU as our new Training and Development Program Manager!

Here at Washington County, we are passionate about the training and development of our organization and our employees. The Training and Development Program Manager evaluates current training initiatives and assesses organizational training and development needs, and also assists departments, workgroups, and individual employees to develop learning plans for career development. The Training and Development Program Manager will also plan, coordinate, design, implement, and administer comprehensive training and development programs for Washington County employees. The incumbent will manage broad and complex program responsibilities in support of County-wide training and apply independent judgment and decision-making skills to plan and implement required and voluntary training and development programs with an equitable and inclusive focus.

The ideal candidate provides strategic direction for the training and development of employees by identifying required, optional and innovative opportunities for individual, group, and online training and development programs. This individual will be an influencer with strong leadership and project management skills, while also possessing the expertise to manage the finite details of a training program. The incumbent will need strong technical skills and prior experience with learning management software (LMS), or have the ability to grasp new software quickly and efficiently. Most importantly, the selected individual must be a critical thinker with high emotional intelligence and a passion for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace.

Education and Experience:
A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
* A Bachelor’s degree in business administration or management, human resource management, organizational development, education, communication or other related field; AND three (3) years of professional experience creating, assessing, managing, coordinating and delivering a variety of multimodal, complex learning and development programs; OR
* An Associate degree in business administration or management, human resource management, organizational development, education, communication or other related field; AND five (5) years of professional experience creating, assessing, managing, coordinating and delivering a variety of multimodal, complex learning and development programs; OR
* Seven (7) years of professional experience creating, assessing, managing, coordinating and delivering a variety of multimodal, complex learning and development programs.

Questions (?) Regarding This Recruitment
Camille Hughes, Talent Acquisition Business Partner

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Salary: $100,000 - $140,000. DOQE
  • Population: 10,799
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Sep 22 2020

Deadline: Oct 19 2020

Submit resume, CL, consent form, & 5 professional references to: Email:, Subject Line: East GR Search EOE


Situated along the shores of Reeds Lake, East Grand Rapids, Michigan is a vibrant community boasting a thriving business district, charming residential corridors, pristine school grounds, and beautiful natural elements. These attributes and a local government motivated by service, innovation, and forward propulsion explain why residents choose to make this community home.

Following the retirement of its long-time city manager, East Grand Rapids is in the process of seeking its next executive. Only life-long learners with facilitative problem-solving skills and the ability to look toward the future, keeping the city on the cutting edge of innovation and constituent responsiveness, will be considered for this opportunity. East Grand Rapids will offer a competitive salary and benefit package. The starting salary will be dependent upon the qualifications and experience of its next executive. The range for the city manager position is $100,000 to $140,000.

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  • Job Function: Assistant to the Manager/CAO
  • Salary: Commensurate with Experience
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 1,223,229
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Sep 21 2020

Deadline: Oct 9 2020

Please visit our website at for all openings.


The City of Dallas is seeking qualified candidates for an Assistant Director in Budget and Management Services (BMS). Reporting directly to the BMS Director, this individual will oversee the Continuous Improvement, Strategic Planning, and Performance Measurement division of the department and assist with cost-savings initiatives, performance planning, strategic planning, policy and procedure recommendations, and overall management of day-to-day operations.

This individual will work closely with the Director, Chief Financial Officer, and City Management in developing a citywide comprehensive strategic plan, cost saving and efficiency strategies to be implemented throughout the City, and effectively communicating the City’s budgetary and strategic direction to a diverse audience. The Assistant Director will recommend innovative performance and service delivery strategies for the City and will work closely with executive leadership throughout the City to enhance overall City performance.

Essential Functions:
• Responsible for development of a citywide comprehensive strategic plan, including incorporation of existing strategic plans throughout the City.
• Monitor, evaluate, and report on the progress of citywide strategic initiatives.
• Enhance the City’s performance measurement program to ensure meaningful data is captured to inform budget allocations and strategic improvements.
• Responsible for citywide process improvement projects and subsequent implementation activities.
• Develop communications that effectively convey the City’s budgetary, performance, and strategic priorities and activities to a diverse audience including, but not limited to, the media, the public and internal and external stakeholders.
• Review budget allocation, employee assignments, objectives, and performance of subordinate managers and supervisors. Recommends changes to Director and makes reassignments of resources.
• Monitor progress of service delivery elements through procedures and strategies to accomplish timely and effective utilization of available services.
• Manage and coordinate special research requests and coordinates responses to the City Manager or City Council to provide accurate and timely results.
• Identifies areas of quality management to enhance productivity through improved work procedures and practices, improved communication, and accountability.
• Represents the City at local, state, and national organizations and at professional activities to maintain the image of the City and to create public support for departmental programs.
• Supervises through subordinate staff the hiring, training, performance evaluations and other HR actions to ensure productivity and quality standards are maintained.
• Works on special projects at the direction of the Director of the Office of Budget.
• Maintains regular, reliable, and punctual attendance.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required to Perform Work:
• Knowledge of strategic planning and best practices.
• Knowledge of lean six sigma or other business process improvement methodologies.
• Knowledge of local government performance planning and best practices.
• Thorough knowledge of business principles, practices and techniques used in department management.
• Knowledge of principles of personnel management and ability to plan, direct, and coordinate the work of others through subordinates.
• Skill in oral and written communication.
• Ability to work with a diversified group of individuals.
• Ability to establish and maintain an effective rapport with all levels of city management, city officials, vendors, contractors, promoters, media, community business organizations, various associations and the general public.
• May require knowledge of marketing and contracting regulations for municipal governments, and the ability to negotiate contracts.
• Knowledge of operations of local government.
• Operate with a high level of discretion, ethics, and integrity as well as possess excellent judgment
• Strong analytical skills, attentive to details, operate with a sense of urgency.
• Demonstrated effective organizational and leadership skills.
• Must be self-motivated, fast-paced, able to work independently and multi-task, capable of completing tasks with tight deadlines.
• Experience in effective public presentation and speaking, and interaction with elected government officials, staff, agencies and neighbors and community groups.
• Strong communication and project management skills. Ability to plan and lead projects that require interfaces with multiple stakeholders and differing levels of management.
• Diplomacy and sensitivity to highly confidential information.
• Ability to establish and maintain an effective rapport with all levels of city management, city officials, vendors, contractors, media, community business organizations, various associations and the general public.
• Must be able to respond to questions promptly and accurately.
• Must be able to professionally work with various levels of personality traits and maintain self-control.
• Must have integrity and a desire to contribute to the success of the City.
• Must prepare reports and documents in a logical and grammatically correct manner.

Minimum Qualifications:
Progressive leadership skills used to energize multi-disciplined work teams to respond to business needs; strong analytical, interpersonal skills, problem-solving and conceptual skills, project management skills, with experience in organizing, planning, budgeting and executing large-scale projects from the envisioning stage through implementation, involving internal and external personnel, contractors and vendors. Outstanding oral and written communication skills. Strongly self-motivated.

These minimum qualifications are intended to be generic in nature. It is not intended to determine specific duties and responsibilities of any particular position.

• Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Public Administration, Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Economics, Government, or similar field
• Eight (8) years of increasingly responsible professional experience in budget development/monitoring, accounting, auditing, or public administration
• Five (5) years of administrative or supervisory responsibility
• Effective Leadership skills
• Effective oral and written communication skills
• Intermediate knowledge of the Microsoft products: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Or Equivalent combination of education and experience

Preferred Qualifications:
• Municipal government experience in a similar position

Working Conditions and Hazards:

Work performed under normal office conditions and at times non-office conditions while serving communities.

Job Details

  • Job Function: Fire Chief
  • Salary: $120,000 - $130,000. DOE, DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 33,711
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager


Being a Fire Chief in any city is an honor. In Milton, Georgia, this job is an honor, a pleasure, as well as an opportunity to make a difference in a dynamic, team-oriented environment. Milton citizens resoundingly express support and appreciation for the City government – especially its firefighters. The Fire Chief belongs to the leadership team of a government that values expertise and welcomes innovative ideas. He or she will work from a just opened cutting-edge Public Safety Complex, with half the fire stations brand new by the end of 2021. This dream job can be a reality if you join Team Milton.

Located just 26 miles from downtown Atlanta in north Fulton County, Milton is a suburban oasis with a distinctive rural charm. The City of Milton incorporated in 2006, covers 39.12 square miles, and is home to approximately 39,000 residents. Recognized nationally for its high quality of life, Milton has been consistently designated among the safest cities in Georgia (and safest nationwide). And this summer, the financial news website 24/7 Wall Street named Milton the best city to live in Georgia.

The City of Milton operates under the council-manager form of government. The City Council is composed of the Mayor, who is elected at-large, and six Council members, who reside within three City districts but are elected at-large. A City Manager is hired to manage the City’s day-to-day operations. The City of Milton Fire Rescue Department is a progressive department with a total of 64 full time personnel that includes 56 shift (24/48) Firefighters, 1 Administrative Staff, and 7 Fire & Life Safety Staff.

The City of Milton seeks a steady, dependable, and approachable Chief of Fire & EMS who will lead and provide mentorship for the department. The successful candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in public administration, fire administration, or a closely related field, as well as 10 years of - fire and/or emergency medical services experience, six of which include command-level experience in a non-volunteer agency. A State of Georgia certification as Firefighter or the ability to obtain & maintain the Georgia certification as Firefighter within one year of hire is required. Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification required. A master’s degree is preferred. Current or former certification as a paramedic is preferred, as well as graduation from the National Fire Academy’s Executive Fire Officer Program or Chief Fire Officer Designation (CFOD) from the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE) is also preferred. A valid Georgia driver’s license, or the ability to obtain & maintain a Georgia driver’s license is required.

To find out more details about the position expectations, please visit our website for the full recruitment brochure at

The City offers an excellent salary and benefits package that includes an expected starting salary range $120,000 to $130,000 annually, health insurance, dental and vision coverage, city provided short-term and long-term disability coverage, life insurance and social security exempt defined contribution pension that requires a 6.2% employee contribution with a 6.2% city match and an additional 200% match on the first 6% of voluntary deferral.

Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references and salary history not later than 5:00 p.m. on October 16, 2020 to: Lisa Ward, Senior Vice President, The Mercer Group, Inc., at Any questions please call 706-983-9326.

The Mercer Group-Georgia
Alan Reddish, Senior Vice President
107 Indigo Lane Athens, Georgia 30606
Cell: 706-614-4961

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  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $104,384 - $155,434. DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 263,000
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Mayor-Council

Post Date: Sep 18 2020

Apply online at - Select Apply for Jobs/Register/View Job Postings.


The City of St. Petersburg, Florida is seeking applicants for its Procurement and Supply Management Director position. This is very responsible professional and managerial work directing the activities of the City’s Procurement Department and involves the research, development, formulation and execution of procurement and supply management programs for the City ($672 million 2021 operating budget) and the related capital improvement projects ($104 million in 2021). This position will direct and administer a responsible and accountable acquisition program for supplies and services; control the internal warehouse and inventory of supplies for distribution to requesting departments; dispose of surplus property; verify contract compliance; and secure the best values for the City through supplier collaboration, innovative supply chain practices, and technology. This position requires expertise in procurement, supply management and contract administration, and the use of considerable initiative, tact, and professional judgment in dealing with City employees, businesses, government officials, and the general public. Work also requires that the City complies with any procurement policies, rules, codes or laws and will include extensive contact with vendors, citizens, local businesses, City management, City Attorneys and frequent presentations to City Administration and City Council.

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  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $139,000 - $149,000.
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 820,611
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Sep 15 2020

Deadline: Oct 5 2020

To ensure consideration, candidates should apply by October 5, 2020. Please visit to complete an application.


Reporting to the Deputy City Manager under general direction, this position will enforce Federal, State, and local law prohibiting discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodation and conduct investigations of complaints; and educate and engage with Austin residents about their rights to help prevent and reduce discrimination.

Essential duties and functions, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include the following. Other related duties may be assigned.

Directs and manages the Civil Rights function for the City of Austin, including developing and monitoring a clear vision for the office and promoting improvement and change, and conducting complaint investigations.

Advances the City’s non-discrimination efforts by prioritizing and implementing initiatives with internal and business and community external stakeholders throughout the City to strategically identify core priorities for programmatic development and process improvement.

Creates, implements, and promotes outreach, education, and awareness events for both businesses and community stakeholders. Represents the City and the Office in public speaking engagements and at events.

Works with the City Manager’s Office, Law Department, the Mayor and City Council, Department heads, and external stakeholders to establish goals, policies, and best practices that address racial equity, social equity, and inclusion for City of Austin residents.

Provide executive support to City Boards and Commissions, including the Human Rights Commission and the Commission on Veterans Affairs.

Develops comprehensive metrics and performance measures to track, evaluate, and report on the effectiveness of initiatives, and recommends changes to improve outcomes.

Responsibilities – Supervisor and/or Leadership Exercised:

Responsible for the full range of supervisory activities including selection, training, evaluation, counseling, and recommendation for dismissal.

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The Local Government Management Fellowship (LGMF) is a career-development opportunity designed to attract recent MPA/MPP (or related programs) graduates to be placed in full-time management-track local government positions. Finalists are selected based on academic performance, demonstrated leadership potential, commitment to public service, communication skills, initiative, creativity, and positive attitude. They then interview for 12-month fellowship appointments at local governments across the country, during which they receive direct mentorship from a senior government leader at the organization. (Appointments may be extended beyond the one-year term.) Since the program's launch in 2004, 30 alumni fellows have been hired as chief administrative officers or assistant chief administrative officers; many others are in senior positions in local government.

Eligibility Requirements:

To be eligible to participate in the Local Government Management Fellowship, applicants must:

-Be a recent graduate or student enrolled in a public administration, public policy, or related field master's degree program
-Satisfy all of the requirements for their degree program by August 31 of the year of the fellowship
-Have no formal local government management work experience
-Be eligible to work in the United States
-Complete the LGMF application by the closing date

Salaries & Benefits Packages:

Salaries and benefits packages for fellows vary based on a number of factors and are determined by the host city. Both will be discussed with fellows at the end of the interview process, if they are to be offered a position with the host city.
ICMA Benefits:

Those individuals placed in an LGMF host community receive:

-Complimentary ICMA Membership for two years
-Complimentary registration to ICMA Annual Conference
-Complimentary registration to an ICMA Regional Conference
-Complimentary access to ICMA's Management Assessment
-Complimentary subscription to PM Magazine

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  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City, County, Town Manager)
  • Credential: No preference
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 11,076
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: Council-Manager

Post Date: Sep 10 2020

Deadline: Oct 2 2020

Apply online:


City of Clayton, California

City Manager
Annual salary: Competitive and Negotiable
Application Deadline: Friday, October 2, 2020

Nestled at the bucolic base of picturesque Mt. Diablo, Clayton (pop. 11,431) is in close proximity to the greater San Francisco Bay Area with all the amenities, sports and cultural opportunities offered by that choice location. The City is a safe residential community that values civic partnership with business leaders, community leaders, and neighbors.

Clayton is made up of five departments: Administration, Finance, Public Works, Community Development and Police. Fire, wastewater and water services are provided externally. The City is supported by a FY2020-21 budget of $12.3 million and 26 FTEs.

The City Council is seeking an ethical and pragmatic leader, who embraces open government and transparency. Ideal candidates will possess well-rounded city management skills and be comfortable in this small town, hands-on role. The new City Manager will be an outstanding communicator who provides reasoned and sound recommendations for the Council’s consideration in addition to assisting them and the staff in providing open, responsive and customer-oriented service. S/he will be expected to maintain cooperative working relationships with other agencies in the County, region and state. Experience working with planning/land use and well-honed finance skills will be looked upon favorably.

Submit your resume (reflecting years and months of employment, beginning/ending dates as well as size of staffs and budgets you have managed), cover letter, and a list of six work-related references (two supervisors, two direct reports and two colleagues, who will not be contacted in the early stages of the process) by applying on our website:

For further information contact:

Pam Derby
CPS HR Consulting
(916) 263-1401

To view an online brochure for this position visit:
City of Clayton website:

The City of Clayton is an equal opportunity employer.

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Job Details

  • Job Function: Other, Department Head/Director
  • Salary: $145,106 - $186,180. Annually DOE
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Website:
  • Form of Government: County Council-Administrator/Manager

Post Date: Sep 4 2020

Deadline: Sep 27 2020

For a complete job description, list of benefits and to apply, click here: or go to


The Santa Clara Valley Medical Center is looking for an experienced executive to lead and oversee its Materials Management Department. Under the direction of the VMC-Chief Executive Officer, the Director of Materials Management is responsible for leading, supervising, and coordinating the Department's operations and its activities, including Supply Logistics, Laundry/Linen, Receiving Services, Forms Management, and Product Management Divisions of Health and Hospital System.

The hospital is seeking a leader who is patient service oriented, accountable and compliance-oriented, an out-of-the-box thinker, and a champion for innovative solutions. This position requires an effective team builder who is inclusive and open-minded, and supportive with a can-do approach.

In addition to the generous leadership benefits package, the individual selected for this role shall enjoy a rewarding career working in a leading public healthcare system whose mission is to provide high quality, cost-effective medical care to all residents of Santa Clara County.

Minimum Qualification
The knowledge and abilities required to perform satisfactorily in this position are typically acquired through attainment of a Bachelors' degree in Public or Business Administration or a closely related field with emphasis on material or logistical management; and a minimum of five (5) years recent managerial level experience in hospital materials management.

Final Filing Date: Sunday, September 27, 2020

If you have any questions regarding this position, contact Adrian Cudal, Executive Services at (408) 299-5852. EOE

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