Town Manager

Town of Green Mountain Falls, CO

Job Details

  • Job Function: Chief Administrator (City/County Manager); Public Works Director
  • Credential: Preferred
  • Salary: $65,000 - $73,000. DOQ
  • Position Type: Full Time
  • Population: 840
  • Where: 10605 Green Mountain Falls Rd. Green Mountain Falls, CO
  • Form of Government: Mayor-Council
HOW TO APPLY

Post Date: Feb 15 2019

Position brochure and application instructions are available on the Town website - http://www.gmfco.us.

Summary

The Town of Green Mountain Falls is seeking a qualified, energetic and outgoing individual to serve as its next Town Manager. This position provides an outstanding opportunity to be a creative leader in a truly spectacular mountain environment. The Town Manager serves as the Town’s chief administrative officer and is responsible for the departments and staff under his/her authority.

The Town of Green Mountain Falls is a summer resort community located north of Pikes Peak and eleven miles west of Colorado Springs just off U.S. Highway 24. At an altitude of 7,800 feet, the town is nestled in a picturesque mountain canyon surrounded on three sides by Pike National Forest. The El Paso/Teller County line goes north-south through the town, with sixty-two percent (62%) of the town in El Paso County, and thirty-eight percent (38%) in Teller County. Natural assets include: three creeks, multiple waterfalls, a lake, rugged cliffs, forests, wildflowers, hiking trails and abundant wildlife, including bears, deer, and mountain lions. Green Mountain Falls is a quiet and peaceful mountain town with a year-round population of about 870. In the summer, the number of residents doubles as people from other states arrive to use their family cabins.

Municipal services provided by the staff include law enforcement, road maintenance, snow removal operations, pool operations, facility maintenance, and general administration. The Town is currently exploring the concept of creating a staff-level planning and land use function with the Town Board having appropriated a modest allocation for that purpose in the 2019 budget.

Requires a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with at least two years of relevant coursework, or graduate degree, in business administration or public administration, or a field closely related to a multiservice business organization or municipal government. Certified Public Manager designation desired.

A full brochure and job description is available at www.gmfco.us

Additional Information

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/sites/default/files/2019%2002%2006%20Town%20Manager%20brochure%20and%20job%20description%20final.pdf

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