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Town Manager
Town of Basalt, Colorado

The Town of Basalt, population 3,950, is located approximately 18 miles north of Aspen, Colorado, part of the incredible Roaring Fork Valley, including the communities of Snowmass Village, Carbondale, and Glenwood Springs. The natural beauty of the area lends itself to a plethora of outdoor experiences and adventures making the valley a world-class destination, not only in the winter but in the summer as well. With 30 employees and a budget of just under $10 million, Basalt functions as a Council-Manager form of government. The Mayor is the Town’s chief elected official and presides over the seven-member Town Council, who set policy. The Town of Basalt is seeking an individual that is highly motivated, energetic, and a skilled strategic thinker and financial planner to serve as its next Town Manager. Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree preferred. Salary to be negotiated based on qualifications and experience with comprehensive benefits.

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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.

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

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Budget Officer
City of Concord, California

Concord, population 127,500, is located just 29 miles east of San Francisco adjacent to beautiful Mt. Diablo. Concord offers a high quality of life and has been recognized as the best place in California to raise a family. The purpose of the Budget Officer position is to develop, prepare, and coordinate the annual City-wide budget (currently $89.4 million) and the Two-year Capital budget (currently $32.4 million) that meet GFOA and CSMFO standards as well as preparing long-term financial documents and monitoring budgets with multiple funds. The Budget Officer reports directly to the Director of Finance, yet also works closely with the City Manager. Although technical skills are critical for this opportunity, excellent interpersonal skills will be the foundation for success. Bachelor’s degree plus six years of experience in finance, budgeting, or accounting with at least two years as a Financial Analyst or Senior Administrative Assistant required, Master’s degree and/or a CPA license are highly desirable and experience serving a municipality will be considered favorably. Salary range is $110,053 to $151,320 DOQE with excellent benefits.

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Transportation Manager
City of Concord, California

The City of Concord, population 127,500, is located just 29 miles east of San Francisco adjacent to beautiful Mt. Diablo. The city offers a high quality of life and has been recognized as the best place in California to raise a family. Concord is seeking an innovative and highly accomplished professional to oversee all aspects of transportation matters for the city including the implementation of strategies consistent with the Transportation and Growth Management Elements of the 2030 General Plan. The ideal candidate will be well networked in the profession and have a strong understanding of regional transportation planning, partnerships, and funding sources, as well as local transportation planning, traffic operations and safety. Bachelor’s degree in an engineering curriculum plus eight to ten years of experience involving the supervision of traffic/transportation staff required, Master’s degree desired. Also required is the possession of a valid Certificate of Registration for any two of the following three: Traffic Engineer/Civil Engineer/Professional Traffic Operations Engineer. Salary range is $119,704 to $164,590 DOQE with excellent benefits.

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

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City Manager
City of Gustine, California

Gustine is located 29 miles west of Merced in the fertile San Joaquin Valley and is home to 5,756 residents who take pride in its hometown atmosphere and strong sense of community. The City is a General Law city and operates under the Council/Manager form of government. The City has 25 employees and the budget for FY 2016-17 is $1.9 million. The new City Manager must possess outstanding listening and communication skills as well as excellent interpersonal skills. A Bachelor’s Degree strongly preferred, Master’s degree desired along with a minimum of ten years of progressively responsible experience in the planning, organization, coordination and administration of a variety of activities in a local government setting. Salary range is dependent upon qualifications and experience with excellent benefits including CalPERS retirement (Classic members 2.5% @ 55); comprehensive health, dental, and vision for employee and dependents with little cost to the employee; 10 paid holidays; 336 hours of annual leave, life insurance, deferred compensation with employer match up to 3%; employee assistance program; and a wellness program.

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Deputy Public Works Director
City of Millbrae, California

Millbrae is a picturesque suburban city located on the San Francisco peninsula. Just 15 minutes south of San Francisco and next to the airport. The City has a warm, small town feel that promotes a sense of safety and community. Primarily a residential community with a small business district, it encompasses just 3.25 square miles and is home to approximately 23,000 residents. A full-service city located on a major transportation corridor.

This new position will report directly to the Public Works Director and be responsible for providing direct supervision to Public Works operations that includes streets, parks, storm water, sewer collections, water and wastewater. A proven leader with demonstrated experience in maintenance operations and contract management with at least 5 years of experience is sought. Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or closely related field is required; a Master’s preferred. Salary range is $127,212 to $154,626

Filing deadline has passed, and candidate screening is in progress.

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Development Services Engineer
City of Millbrae, California

Millbrae is a picturesque suburban city located on the San Francisco peninsula. Just 15 minutes south of San Francisco and next to the airport. The City has a warm, small town feel that promotes a sense of safety and community. Primarily a residential community with a small business district, it encompasses just 3.25 square miles and is home to approximately 23,000 residents. A full-service city located on a major transportation corridor.

This new position reports to the Community Development Director and will be responsible for developing new processes to streamline and improve the development review process. A confidant, well-organized professional with good communication skills is sought. A registered engineer with a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering or similar field is required; a Master’s preferred. Salary range is $108,909 to $132,379

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Development Services Director
City of Oceanside, California

Centrally located in the heart of the beautiful Southern California coastline, Oceanside (pop. 176,000) offers a unique combination of outstanding location, affordable housing, excellent schools, and multiple resources. This full-service agency provides a vast array of services through 949 FTEs and overall budget of $422 million. Appointed by the City Manager and reporting to the Assistant City Manager, the Director will serve as part of the Executive Management Team and oversee a $16M budget and 57 staff in the divisions of Planning, Building, and Engineering. The Director must have a significant breadth of development services experience with personal experience in one or more of these areas, not just oversight experience. A strong background in land use planning is essential including CEQA experience and familiarity with the Coastal Act. A Bachelor's degree in Public or Business Administration, Urban Planning, or a related field is required; Master's degree is highly desirable. Salary range is $145,764 to $194,376 annually (DOQ).

Filing deadline is June 19, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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City Manager
City of Orinda, California

The beautiful City of Orinda is a family-oriented community of approximately 18,500 residents that enjoys a semi-rural suburban setting surrounded by majestic tree-studded hillsides within its 12.8 square miles. Located in Contra Costa County, within 20 minutes of downtown San Francisco, Orinda residents enjoy natural beauty, excellent schools, safety, history, and abundant cultural opportunities. A BART station is situated in the center of the community allowing a convenient commute within the Bay area. A General Law city, Orinda has a reputation as a well-managed and stable municipal government with a five-member City Council, 38 FTEs, and a projected $13.2 million general fund operating budget in FY 2017/2018. The City recently received a AAA bond rating from Standard & Poor’s for a $35M general obligation bond issue, which will fund necessary repairs to roads and storm drains. The City Manager will bring proven management and leadership abilities, an open communication style, strong interpersonal skills, and generalist knowledge/experience in local government. Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s preferred. The annual salary will be in the low $200,000 range; appointment DOQE. The City contributes to a 401(a) defined compensation plan. The City does not participate in CalPERS or Social Security.

Filing Deadline is June 5, 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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Library Director
City of Pacific Grove, California

Pacific Grove is a picturesque coastal city located on the tip of the Monterey Peninsula in Central California. This coastal city is renowned for its historic ambience, stunning views and unparalleled quality of life. The city is bounded on the north by the Monterey Bay, on the east by Monterey, on the south by Pebble Beach and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. Primarily a residential community with a low crime rate, Pacific Grove encompasses less than three square miles and has a population of 15,522.

The City of Pacific Grove is seeking a Library Director that is an energetic leader with a knowledge of current trends and technology in library operations as well as the ability to exercise good judgment. The ideal candidate will thrive working in a small, team oriented environment and also enjoy engaging in all aspects of library operations as well as contributing to the overall management of the city.

Minimum qualifications include a Master's Degree in Library Science and five years of increasingly responsible public library experience at a supervisory or management level; OR an equivalent combination of educations, training and experience is required.

Filing Deadline is May 31, 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.
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City Clerk
City of Redwood City, California

Named among the Top 100 Places to Live, Redwood City has long been known for its diverse and active citizenry, strong neighborhoods and community associations, social involvement, and civic pride. Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, Redwood City is the third largest city in San Mateo County with approximately 83,000 residents, and it serves as the County Seat. Redwood City is recognized regionally as well managed and innovative, strategically driven, and financially stable. Appointed by a professional seven-member City Council, the City Clerk will oversee a total staff of 4 and annual budget of $821,747. The City Clerk will be forward-thinking, innovative and creative; technology savvy; and committed to continuous improvement. Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree is required; MMC or CMC is strongly desired as well as increasingly responsible experience working with an elected or appointed body. Salary DOQE.

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General Manager
Redwood Empire Municipal Insurance Fund (REMIF)

REMIF is a self-insured JPA created in 1976 to handle the liability insurance and workers’ compensation claims, benefit programs and risk management needs for its 15 members (14 Cities and 1 Town). REMIF also acts as a contract third party claims administrator for two additional cities. With a staff of 11 and annual revenues of $4.8 million, REMIF’s goal is to protect members’ assets by helping moderate the effects of claims, lawsuits and losses through the use of education, prevention, training, advocacy, and insurance/self-insurance programs. REMIF also provides cost effective employee benefit programs through the use of group coverage purchasing or self-insurance. The General Manager, a working manager, is responsible for the planning and direction of REMIF’s day-to-day operations to meet the organization’s fiscal and service goals. This is a lean, high performing organization that takes great pride in the work that they do. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are necessary as is direct experience with insurance, risk management and/or pooling as well as a Bachelor’s degree and four years of increasingly responsible administrative experience. An ARM or CPCU designation is preferred. Salary range from $150,000 to $185,000 DOQE with excellent benefits.

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Director of Housing and Economic Development
City of San Bernardino

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Executive Officer
San Diego LAFCO, California

The San Diego Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) serves San Diego County, the southernmost major metropolitan area in the State of California. The region encompasses 4,526 square miles and has a population of 3.3 million with 18 incorporated cities. The 13-member Commission consists of 8 regular commissioners and 5 alternates that represent the county, cities or special districts within the County of San Diego. The Commission is seeking a new Executive Officer that is stable, innovative and dynamic with exemplary professional qualifications. The successful candidate will have outstanding oral and written communication skills, excellent judgment, strong follow-through, impeccable work ethics, and a proven management, budgetary and supervisory track record. Bachelor’s degree in public policy, political science, public administration or urban planning is required; Master’s is desirable. In addition, five years of progressively responsible administrative experience with at least three in local government is required. Salary range is $131,684 to $208,145 with a comprehensive benefits package.

Filing deadline is June 30, 2017.
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County Administrative Officer
County of Santa Cruz, California

With its natural beauty apparent in pristine coastal beaches, lush redwood forests, and rich farmland, Santa Cruz County enjoys an ideal Mediterranean climate with low humidity and 300 days of sunshine a year. The County’s approximately 270,000 residents enjoy an excellent quality of living. Santa Cruz County has a workforce of 2,452 and FY 2016/17 all fund budget of $720.7 million. Appointed by a dynamic five-member Board of Supervisors, the County Administrative Officer is responsible for the administration of all County services and activities and provides direct and indirect administrative direction to department heads and general direction to the CAO’s Office staff. A Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a related field required; Master’s degree preferred. The retiring CAO's annual salary is $290,040; appointment DOQ.

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General Counsel
South San Joaquin Irrigation District, Manteca, CA

The South San Joaquin Irrigation District (SSJID) is a model of financial and organizational stability in California’s north central valley, just south of Stockton in Manteca, CA. With 100 employees and a budget around $25 million, SSJID delivers high-quality water services and generates hydro-electric power, essential to the agricultural, urban, and business communities it serves. The General Counsel reports directly to a five-member, elected Board of Directors and is an integral part of SSJID’s executive team. This is a premiere opportunity in an excellent organization (senior water rights and ample financial resources). The next General Counsel has common sense, strong interpersonal skills, a love of learning, and the ability to manage outside counsel on major litigation. The successful candidate will serve as understudy to the outgoing General Counsel through December 31, 2017, assuming the position outright on January 1, 2018, successful performance presumed. California law license, integrity, and demonstrated excellent legal skills required. Strong foundation in California water law, public contracts, and utilities strongly preferred. Salary range $152,228 to $204,000, with comprehensive benefits.

Filing deadline is May 30, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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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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Town Manager
Town of Truckee, California

Settled high in California’s spectacular Sierra Nevada mountain range, Truckee is a historic mountain town located 12 miles north of Lake Tahoe and is within minutes of eight world-class ski resorts. Truckee is a safe, close-knit community of over 16,000 residents who share a passion for breathtaking scenery, an abundance of year-round outdoor activities, and the preservation of the town’s Old West character and authenticity. Truckee is a thriving, genuine community where people live, work, play, and are actively engaged in civic life. Since its incorporation in 1993, the Town has had only two Town Managers. A broad understanding of municipal operations, particularly in the areas of community development and sustainability and the willingness to learn “The Truckee Way” are required. The next Town Manager must be a strong leader, self-confident, and capable of assisting elected officials and the community in shaping the Town’s future and assisting them in getting there. Bachelor’s degree, nine years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal government including five years of management and supervisory experience necessary, Master’s degree highly desirable. Salary range is currently under review with excellent benefits.

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Executive Director
Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District, Gypsum, Colorado

The Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District (WECMRD) is a “model” recreation district in Colorado’s exceptional Vail Valley, located 14 miles west of Vail, and including the communities of Edwards, Eagle, and Gypsum. Founded in 1980, WECMRD operates the Edwards Field House, the Eagle Pool and Ice Rink, and the Gypsum Recreation Center, and related programs, with no debt, “in the black,” and with a healthy reserve. The Executive Director manages 15 full-time employees (100 part-time, seasonal) and a budget of just under $7 million and reports to an elected, five-member board of directors. WECMRD’s next Executive Director will be an engaged, visionary leader and effective manager, with a knowledge of local government, the ability to maximize collaboration with community partners, and a demonstrated passion for community recreation. Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (recreation administration, physical education, public or business administration or related) required. Salary range $115,000 to $150,000, with comprehensive benefits.

Filing deadline is May 30, 2017.
Resumes are acknowledged within 2 business days.

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