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Fire Chief
City of Bothell, Washington

The City of Bothell, WA, population 44,000, is located in the Seattle metropolitan area, in King and Snohomish Counties, close to Mt. Rainier, Puget Sound, and the incomparable Olympic Peninsula. The Fire Chief oversees 57 full-time employees, all unionized, and coordinates fire services for two fire stations, plus a third station in partnership with a neighboring fire district, and EMS services through the renowned King County Medic One program. The Fire Chief reports directly to the City Manager and serves as a member of the city’s Executive Leadership Team (ELT). A rapidly growing community with a fast-developing downtown core, the City of Bothell seeks a strong, politically capable leader, who can both maintain close team relations with the City Manager, Police Chief, Public Works Director, and the ELT, and advocate effectively for the department and its firefighters. Bachelor’s Degree (Fire Administration or related), and seven years of management-level fire department experience, or equivalent, required. Salary range $130,548 to $165,984, with comprehensive benefits.

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Police Chief
City of Eureka, California

Situated in Humboldt County along the spectacular Northern California coast, the historic seaside community of Eureka is one of California’s best-kept secrets.  The city is bordered on the west by beautiful Humboldt Bay, and on the north, east and south by rugged mountains lush with giant redwoods. With a population of 26,925 and encompassing 14.5 square miles, Eureka is the largest coastal community between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon. The Mission of the Eureka Police Department is to work with the community to prevent and reduce crime, safeguard public trust, improve the quality of life and protect the future of Eureka through dedicated professional service. The Department’s budget for FY 2017/18 is $14.7 million and department staffing includes 55 sworn and 26 non-sworn employees. Eureka is seeking an experienced professional capable of moving the department forward in its pursuit of community policing as a philosophy, management style, and an organizational strategy that promotes police and community partnerships. The new Police Chief will recognize the shared responsibility and connection between themselves, the department and the community in making Eureka a safer place to live, work and recreate. Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years experience at the Lieutenant level or above required; Master’s degree and/or FBI Academy preferred. Salary range is from $123,096 to $149,625 with benefits.

Filing deadline is September 18, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.



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Public Works Director
City of Gonzales, California

The City of Gonzales is a quaint, rural agricultural community of 8,549 residents nestled between the rolling Gabilan Mountains and the picturesque Santa Lucia Range. Centrally located on scenic Highway 101 in Monterey County, Gonzales is 35 miles southeast of the Monterey Peninsula and 62 miles southeast of San Jose. Gonzales enjoys a beautiful natural setting and is a safe, friendly, family-oriented community with a relaxed pace of life. The Public Works Department is responsible for the design, construction, and maintenance of the City's public facilities such as streets and sidewalks; water supply and distribution facilities; sanitary sewers; storm drains; basins; and flood channels; as well as the review and approval of all subdivision; development; grading; and public utility installation plans. The Department is also responsible for the maintenance of all City parking lots, vehicles, and stationary mechanical equipment and plays an important role in evaluating a variety of development applications as part of the City’s project review committee. The position requires at least five years of progressively responsible and varied work experience including construction, maintenance and operation of a variety of public works systems and facilities with specific experience in wastewater and water utilities and includes at least three years of management experience with direct oversight of staff, budgets, and administration. A Bachelor’s degree in engineering, construction management, public administration or a related field is highly desirable as is a Civil Engineer license. Salary range from $105,000 to $120,000 with comprehensive benefits.

Filing deadline is September 25, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.



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Deputy Director of Public Works
City of Hayward, California

Strategically located on the thriving eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, the vibrant and diverse City of Hayward (pop. 153,689) is on the cusp of yet another evolution, leveraging its unparalleled location, relative affordability, and a wide range of quality-of-life benefits to catch the eye of everyone from Fortune 500 companies to young professionals, families, tech startups, and major developers. The Public Works - Engineering & Transportation Department has 46 FTE’s organized into six divisions: Administration, Design/Development Services, Construction Services, Transportation, Survey, and the Executive Airport. This 2016 All-America City is seeking a Deputy Director of Public Works to assist Public Works Director Morad Fakhrai in planning, directing, supervising and reviewing the activities of a variety of projects and programs throughout the Public Works department. It is a busy time for the Public Works Department in the City of Hayward and an experienced professional is desired. A Bachelor’s degree with major course work in civil engineering or a related field is required, as is a Certificate of Registration as a professional civil engineer in the State of California, and five years of progressively responsible management experience in public works. Individuals who embrace the diversity of the community and bilingual candidates are encouraged to apply. Competitive annual salary range of $145,745 to $177,195; placement DOQE; with attractive benefits.

Filing deadline is September 5, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days

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Administrative Services Director
Hayward Area Recreation and Park District, California

The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (HARD) was created to provide park and recreation services to over 300,000 residents. The District’s boundaries encompass the City of Hayward and the unincorporated communities of Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, and Fairview. Today, HARD is the largest recreation and park district in California and provides residents with two golf courses and many beautiful facilities and parks as well as hundreds of educational and recreational classes and programs. Recently the District passed a $250 million GO bond and is currently in the planning stages for significant capital development. Reporting to the General Manager and with a staff of 11, the new Administrative Services Director will be responsible for the activities of the Finance and Accounting Division including management of the District’s Treasury functions as well as the Information Technology Division. This is an exciting time for the District as they grow into the future and the new Director will be expected to have excellent interpersonal and commincation skills and will be able to work collaboratively with the existing leadership team. Bachelors degree in finance, public or business administration or a related field and six years of professional experience in municipal finance management or administration with at least three years in a supervisory capacity reguired. Masters degree and/or CPA designation desirable. Salary range is from $139,200 to $169,200 DOQE with excellent benefits.

Filing deadline is September 5, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days

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City Manager
City of McCall, Idaho

Nestled in Idaho’s west central mountains, McCall is a vibrant resort community located approximately 100 miles north of Boise. McCall encompasses 10 square miles and has a population of approximately 3,100 residents which can double during the summer months and holidays. The City is situated on the southern shore of beautiful Payette Lake at 5,021 feet in elevation and is bordered by towering pine-covered mountains averaging 8,000-9,000 feet tall. Originally founded as a logging town, today McCall is an all-season tourist destination for outdoor recreation and adventure enthusiasts. McCall has an excellent school system (America’s Top 1,000 High Schools), a full-service hospital and medical clinic, a municipal airport, a municipal golf course nationally recognized for its environmental efforts, and a wide range of city-sponsored recreation and sports opportunities. The City Manager is responsible for implementing the vision, policies, and goals of the McCall City Council. This role requires a close working relationship with the Council, City staff, and the community at large. The new City Manager will inherit a team of strong, creative, and experienced department heads who are accustomed to being partners in planning and decision-making. Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration required, Master’s degree preferred and five years experience in city management or related experience also required, ten years preferred. Salary in the low $100’s with excellent benefits.

Filing deadline is October 9, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days



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Engineering and Utilities Director
City of Morgan Hill, California

Morgan Hill is best known for its superb quality of life with access to open space and abundant recreational amenities that give teammates, visitors, and residents alike a unique place within Silicon Valley to live, work, and recreate. The new Director will manage a team of just over 40 who are responsible for the following key service areas: Capital Improvement Program, Traffic Congestion Management, Storm Water Quality Program and Flood Plain Management, Water Service, and Wastewater Collection. Although technical skills are important (Certificate of Registration as a professional civil engineer in the State of California required) the ability to work collaboratively within the department and City leadership team, and with other local, state, and federal agencies, as well as having excellent leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills are attributes necessary to be successful as the new Director. Bachelors degree in civil engineering, public or business administration, or a related field required as is substantial professional experience in public works-related engineering or maintenance with at least five years experience with a governmental agency that has included management of professional, technical, and support staff. A Masters degree in civil engineering is desired, but not required. The annual salary range is from $148,752 to $190,656 DOQE, which includes a City-paid deferred contribution of 3% of base salary. Alternately, the selected candidate can choose to have the deferred compensation added directly to their salary (range up to $196,380). In addition, the selected candidate may be eligible for a 2.5% performance pay after one year of service. The City offers an excellent benefit package as well.

Filing deadline is September 5, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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County Executive Officer
County of Napa, California

Located in the heart of California's premier wine region and one of the most beautiful valleys in the state, Napa County has a population of close to 142,000 residing primarily in the five municipalities of American Canyon, Calistoga, Napa, and St. Helena, and the Town of Yountville. The vast majority of land within the County is unincorporated and devoted to picturesque vineyards, farms, ranches and forestland, providing the area with high levels of open space. The County’s collegial five-member Board of Supervisors appoints the County Executive Officer, who oversees the delivery of services by more than 1,400 employees operating with a fiscal year budget of $512 million. The Napa County organization has a long-standing reputation for its collaborative spirit to do what is best as well as what is fiscally prudent. The department head team is a very cohesive and collaborative group of professionals. The next CEO will establish a relationship of trust with the Board and will gain credibility throughout the organization. The CEO will be forward thinking and have the ability to look for process improvements, best practices, and encourage a culture of synthesis between departments in order to break down perceived siloes and eliminate redundancies. The ideal candidate will bring a solid understanding of local government finance and budgeting as well as an appreciation of the tourism- and agriculture-based economy. A Master’s degree in public policy, public administration, business administration, economics or a related field is required. In addition, at least ten years of progressively responsible local government administrative experience including five years in a supervisory and administrative capacity and three years of experience with County government is required. The CEO’s listed annual salary is $261,892.80, and appointment will be made depending on the experience and qualifications of the selected candidate.

Filing deadline is September 1, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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City Manager
City of Pacifica, California

Located in San Mateo County just twelve miles south of San Francisco, Pacifica (pop. 40,000) feels worlds away from it, yet is easily accessible from Highway 1. The most panoramic coastal town in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacifica is famous for its six miles of scenic coastline, classic California beaches, breathtaking vistas, and charming ambience. Appointed by a five-member City Council, the City Manager will oversee this full-service city (contract fire services) with 180 FTEs and proposed FY 2017/18 general fund budget of $31.1M. Proven, experienced local government professionals with generalist and/or operational backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Those candidates with a solid understanding of municipal budgeting and finance as well as funding mechanisms to address infrastructure improvements; labor relations experience; and experience and/or familiarity of coastal zone, open space, and environmental issues and related regulatory agencies will be very strongly considered. Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a related field is required; Master’s preferred. Annual salary in the low $200,000 range (DOQE); CalPERS Classic 2.5% @ 55.

Filing Deadline is June 26, 2017.
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Human Resources Director
Town of Parker, Colorado

With the majestic Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, the Town of Parker, Colorado, melds the wild spirit of the West with the charm of small-town life. A prosperous and innovative community, Parker (pop. 51,000) is 20 miles southeast of downtown Denver, and 22 miles from Denver International Airport. Operating under four Core Values (Teamwork, Commitment to Quality Service, Integrity, and Innovation), the Town has 297 full-time employees and more than 300 part-time and seasonal staff. The 2017 operating budget is $124.5 million. The ideal candidate is a collaborative, well-organized, decisive, self-directed, intelligent, and articulate team player. This position reports to the Deputy Town Administrator and serves as a member of the Executive Management Team. Bachelor’s degree, seven to 10 years of HR Generalist experience, including three to five years in a management/supervisory role in an HR Department, required. PHR or SPHR certification highly desired. Prior experience as an HR Director and master’s degree both strongly preferred. Salary range $95,800 to $124,600, with comprehensive benefits.

Filing deadline is July 24, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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Director of Public Works
City of Rancho Palos Verdes, California

For those looking for a supportive environment to accomplish some exciting capital projects, this is the position you’ve been seeking. The City of Rancho Palos Verdes (pop. 42,000), situated atop the hills and bluffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Los Angeles County, is a contract city that has maintained its low-tax, low density, semi-rural environment with expansive views of the Pacific Ocean and Los Angeles basin. Residents enjoy 7.5 miles of Pacific coastline, the 1,400-acre Palos Verdes Nature Preserve, and hundreds more acres of open space. The Director of Public Works will join a dynamic City leadership team and oversee an approximate $2.3M budget, $30M CIP, and 17 outstanding staff members in the areas of Administration, Engineering, Maintenance, Permitting and Resident Services. Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, business or public administration, or a related field and seven years of management and/or administrative experience in engineering, public works operations and maintenance, business or public administration, or a related field is required. Possession of CA Professional Engineer registration is highly desirable. Salary range up to $182,733 (with expected 2.5% COLA in July 2017); appointment DOQE.

Filing deadline is July 7, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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Transportation Division Director
Salt Lake City, Utah

With the incomparable Wasatch Mountains to the east , Salt Lake City, Utah, (pop. 192,672) is one of the most scenic, vibrant cities in the West. Open, diverse, and progressive, the City was named No. 10 of the top 100 Best Places to Live by U.S. News and World Report. Residents enjoy major metropolitan area amenities, plus year-round outdoor recreation, with world-class skiing nearby. The City considers itself in the national spotlight on transportation issues. One of five divisions within the Department of Community and Neighborhoods, the Transportation Division is responsible for the planning, design, and operation of Salt Lake City’s transportation system. The Division (21 FTE’s) has a FY 2017-18 budget of $2.3 million. Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, Civil Engineering, or closely related field required. Master’s degree preferred, along with five years of directly-related experience in Transportation Engineering or Planning. Previous experience in administration/management of a municipal/ county transportation or planning division highly desired. Salary range $91,300 to $115,000, with comprehensive benefits.

Filing deadline is August 15, 2017.
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City Manager
City of South Pasadena, California

Frequently used in Hollywood films as a stand-in for classic small American towns, the charming City of South Pasadena (pop. 26,000) is just six miles from downtown Los Angeles, yet a world apart. Located in the West San Gabriel Valley and known as “South Pas” to its residents, the community is acclaimed for its small-town character, rich architectural heritage, an outstanding school system, and magnificent tree-lined streetscapes. Appointed by a five-member City Council, the City Manager will oversee this full-service city with 146 FTEs and 2016/17 general fund budget of $26.9M. Local government professionals with experience in infrastructure improvement and financing methods, promotion of appropriate local economic growth, and an appreciation of the unique character of a quality community are strongly encouraged to apply. Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a related field is required; Master’s preferred. Annual salary DOQE.

Filing deadline is July 10, 2017.
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