Current Recruitments


  • Fire Chief, City of Aurora, Colorado

      The City of Aurora, Colorado is seeking a progressive fire professional with proven fire and EMS services administrative experience in a medium- to large-sized urban setting to assume the role of Fire Chief. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated a proactive approach to creating beneficial partnerships in the community and the fire profession, and will be experienced in assessing fire and EMS service models. The annual starting salary range for this position is $145,000 - $160,000.

      This final filing date for this position is Monday, January 9, 2017

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Emergency Services Director (Deputy Director), City of San Jose

      The City of San Jose seeks a “big picture” visionary with excellent general management skills to serve as the Emergency Services Director (Deputy Director). Reporting to the Fire Chief and serving as a member of the Fire Department’s Executive Management Team, the Director leads and manages the Office of Emergency Services (OES) with 4 FTE providing services to the City organization and the community to prepare an effective response to natural, technological, and human-caused disasters. The approved salary range for this position is $108,404- $168,861.

      This final filing date for this position is Friday, January 6, 2017

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Administrator of Parks and Recreation, Cosumnes Community Services District

      The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) provides Parks and Recreation Services to Elk Grove and its surrounding rural areas, along with Fire & Emergency Medical services to the cities of Elk Grove and Galt. The Administrator of Parks and Recreation reports to the General Manager and serves as the principal leader and administrator of the Parks and Recreation Department. The ideal candidate is a collaborative and enthusiastic professional with a passion for providing outstanding parks and recreation programs, services and amenities for the community. Salary ange: $133,502 - $178,905 plus attractive benefit package.

      This final filing date for this position is Monday, December 26 2016

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Purchasing and Business Services Bureau Manager, City of Long Beach, CA

      The City of Long Beach, CA seeks a Purchasing and Business Services Bureau Manager. This position reports to the Director of Financial Management and oversees the operations of the Purchasing, Business Services, and Labor Compliance Divisions. A background in government purchasing, business licensing, staff development, and a proven history of improving organizational operations and providing strategic direction are required. The salary range for this position is $98,624 to $147,936.

      This final filing date for this position is Monday, December 12, 2016

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Development Services Director, City of Redlands

      The City of Redlands is seeking a Development Services Director to manage building and safety, code enforcement, business development and other areas as assigned. The ideal candidate will be a strategic, dynamic leader with excellent managerial skills and a strong customer service orientation. Must possess a proven track record in public sector requirements and protocol to provide vision, and ensure and improve best practices in providing economic and business development services for the City. The annual salary range for this position is $153,372.000 - $186,204.

      This final filing date for this position is Friday, December 23, 2016

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF



  • Division Director, Orange County Social Services Agency

      The Orange County Social Services Agency is seeking a high performing, creative and inovative leader with strong general knowledge of Social Services Agency programs and objectives to assume the role of Division Director. The Division Director will be responsible for planning, developing, and implementing all fucntions and business activities to support one of the agency's three program operating divisions: Children and Family Services, Adult Services and Assistance Programs, and Family Self-Sufficiency. The Director will provide leadership with a positive presence, and will direct the development and implementation of division goals, policies, and strategic plans, as well as managing the allocation of resources and service levels to meet client needs. The ideal candidate will be a tactful communicator with extensive experience in managing complex programs and operations. Salary range for this position is $155,000 - $165,000.

      Final filing date is Friday, November 25, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Executive Director, California Coastal Commission

      The California Coastal Commission is seeking an experienced resources professional to be their next Executive Director. The Executive Director serves as the California Coastal Commission’s chief executive officer and has comprehensive executive responsibilities for management, statewide policy formulation and implementation, program development, and administration of all aspects of the Coastal Commission’s work mandated by the Coastal Act. The salary range for this position is $157,548 - $165,432.

      Final filing date is Monday, December 5, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Principal Engineer and Division Manager, City of San Jose

      The City of San Jose's Transportation Planning and Project Delivery area, part of the Department of Transportation, seeks a Principal Engineer and a Division Manager. The Principal Engineer will lead the City’s involvement and project oversight related to the planning, design and construction of several large-scale regional rail and bus transit projects. The Division Manager will lead the City’s Regional Highway and Local Project Delivery Program. For education, certification and experience requirements for both positions please view the recruitment brochure.

      This position is open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Deputy Director, Parks Division and Deputy Director, Recreation and Community Services Division, City of San Jose

      The City of San Jose Department of Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services (PRNS) is currently seeking two Deputy Directors to join its executive team and lead the Recreaction and Community Services and Parks Divisions. The Deputy Directors will provide leadership and strategic planning for the divisions and play a critical role in both leading these two division to financial sustainability efforts and in furthering the department's vision of becoming a national leader of Parks and Recreation in cultivating healthy communities through quality programs and dynamic public spaces. The salary range for these positions is $108,404.56 - $168,861.80.

      Final filing date is Friday, November 4, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Chief Financial Officer, City of Las Vegas

      The City of Las Vegas is seeking a finance professional with in-depth knowledge and experience in public agency finance in a mid-sized to large organization to assume the role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO). The CFO plans, directs, and manages programs and activities to ensure a fiscally sound governmental organization that meets or exceeds all legal and ethical requirements and generally accepted financial management principles. The CFO directs the financial operations for the city and establishes a multi-year strategic plan to ensure the organization accomplishes financial goals and strategic initiatives, with an emphasis in the analysis of current operating performance and financial trends to monitor the city's financial status and direction. The salary range for this position is up to $234,318.

      Final filing date is Monday, November 7, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF

    Introductory Video



  • Department Manager, Human Resources, Orange County Transportation Authority

      The Orange County Transportation Authority is recruiting for the position of Department Manager, Human Resources. In this position, the successful candidate will plan, manage, develop, and administer all programs, policies, and services in the areas of Compensation, Talent Acquisition, Human Resource Information Systems, and Benefits. Responsibilities also include planning, directing, and evaluating the effectiveness of all Human Resources systems, policies and practices, as well as related administrative functions. The ideal candidate is articulate, collaborative, confident, and a strategic leader and problem solver. He/she will have a strong focus on customers, and excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.

      The final filing date for this position is Wednesday, October 26, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Community Development Director, City of Morgan Hill

      The City of Morgan Hill, CA is seeking an individual to join the City's Leadership Team. This individual will be responsible to work collegially with the entire organization and community to achieve the Council's priorities and advance the organizaation's values of teamwork, innovation, customer service, professional development, and meeting challenges. The Community Development Director is responsible for developing, directing, and providing ongoing leadership for a comprehensive and respectful growth management process which yields a quality built environment, public benefits including open space, view shed preservation, agricultural and environmental sensitivity, high quality public improvement design, and more. The ideal candidate will be an experienced local government development professional with a contemporary understanding of forward-thinking and successful development services processes and have a strong record of accomplishment. The salary range for the Community Development Director is $148,752 - $190,656

      The position is open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Town Manager, Oro Valley, AZ

      The Oro Valley, AZ seeks a new Town Manager to lead an organization of 377 authorized FTEs with a current budget of $125.9 million. The ideal candidate is a strongly committed individual who has a positive record of achievement and who exhibits a history of building constructive working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders. Candidates who are visionary leaders with demonstrated expertise in economic development and who possess long-range planning skills will be favorably considered. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned, experienced local government executive with substantial (e.g. 8 years) of highly relevant experience, which could include experience as the assistant town/city manager. Salary negotiable based on the qualifications of the successful candidate.

      Final filing date is Friday, October 28, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Interim Vice Chancellor, Human Resources, Kern Community College District

      The Kern Community College District (KCCD) is recruiting for an Interim Vice Chancellor, Human Resources. Reporting to the Chancellor, this position is responsible for the District’s comprehensive human resources management and employee relations program. Minimum requirements include a Master’s degree in a field or subject area that reasonably relates to the skills, knowledge, and abilities required for the successful completion of the position job duties and responsibilities; five years of varied and increasingly responsible human resources management experience, including collective bargaining; and demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, ethnic, and disability backgrounds of community college students and employees. Public educational or public sector experience is desired. Submit your application here: The annual salary range for the Interim VC, HR position is $164,461.50 to $215,787.75.

      Open until filled.


  • Executive Director, Coastal Commission

      Interested stakeholders are encouraged to participate in a short survey to provide feedback to the Commission regarding the desired attributes of the next Executive Director. Access the survey here.

    Recruitment Brochure - Available October 7, 2016



  • Director of Cultural Affairs, City of Las Vegas

      The City of Las Vegas seeks a creative, motivated professional who will embrace the opportunity to further enhance the role of the arts in Southern Nevada to serve as its new Director of Cultural Affairs. A minimum of six years of professional experience in cultural affairs, performing arts or theater management, including two years of supervisory and administrative responsibility is required, as is a Bachelor’s degree in fine arts, theater management, public administration or business administration, or a related field. Salary up to $164,818 annually.

      Final filing date is Friday, October 7, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Assistant General Manager, Nevada Irrigation District

      The Nevada Irrigation District (NID) is seeking a proactive leader with well-honed skills in agency administration and management, financial and budget management, and executive level work to serve as the District’s new Assistant General Manager. The ideal candidate is a seasoned professional manager with demonstrated management abilities and exceptional people skills. Specific knowledge and experience in public utilities operations is critical, including working with regulatory agencies, tracking legislation, and interfacing with state and federal partners. A Bachelor’s degree in finance, public administration, business administration, engineering or other relevant field and eight years of increasingly responsible administrative and management experience are required. The salary range is $116,750 to $141,939.

      Final filing date is Friday, September 30, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF



  • Division Manager - Marijuana Control, City of San Jose

      The City of San Jose is seeking a creative and innovative leader with excellent interpersonal skills to serve as their Division Manager. The selected candidate will coordinate with local and state entities, identify regulatory gaps and propose meaningful solutions, and respond to community interests. A comprehensive understanding of the medical marijuana industry, from cultivation techniques to extraction and manufacturing techniques to packaging and distribution will be beneficial to the candidate in this position. The salary range for this position is $96,028 - $146,668.

      Final filing date is Monday, October 10, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF



  • County Administrative Officer, Sutter County

      Sutter County is seeking a seasoned leader with a proven track record of quickly and effectively assessing, engaging with, and acclimating to an organization’s needs, and embracing challenging opportunities for strategic success. This fiscally savvy, business-minded individual will be dedicated to the improvement of local economies and committed to active community participation and open, transparent government. A bridge builder who embraces collaborative partnerships as a method of improving services and creating efficiencies will be successful in this role. The new CAO will possess the emotional intelligence necessary to effectively lead and manage a diverse, high performing staff and the political aptitude to anticipate issues of concern.

      This position is open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF

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  • Chief Sergeant-at-Arms, California State Assembly

      The California State Assembly seeks a dynamic leader, confident in their ability to spearhead positive organizational and cultural change, to serve as the next Chief Sergeant-at-Arms. This unique position requires an experienced law enforcement professional energized by hard-work and motivated by the complex and interesting challenges encountered in protecting California’s esteemed Assembly Members, staff and the public they serve at the State Capitol Complex and statewide district offices. The current annual salary range for this position is $95,172 – $166,320.

      Final filing date is Monday, September 5, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Assistant City Controller, City of Long Beach

      The Assistant City Controller for the City of Long Beach is a key management position. This is one of two at-will Assistant City Controller positions, both of which report to the City Controller, who reports to the Department Director/CFO. The selected individual will manage key functions of the Bureau such as general accounting, payroll, special accounting, and the annual audit and report compilation. This position presents a valuable growth opportunity for a professional with supervisory experience, a strong foundation in accounting principles, and an ability to develop innovative and appropriate solutions and processes. Working with the City Controller, the candidate will be part of a management team that offers mutual support in shaping City policy, developing staff, and overseeing the key functions of the Bureau. Starting salary is expected to be between $120,000 to $130,000 and is commensurate with work experience.

      Final filing date is Friday, September 9, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Executive Director, Personnel Commission - Alameda County Office of Education (ACOE)

      The Executive Director, Personnel Commission manages employment procedures and serves as director for classified personnel in accordance with the Merit System requirements. ACOE's ideal candidate must be a highly skilled individual with extensive management and administrative skills and a strong understanding of the practices and principles in merit systems and government testing processes. The successful candidate will be a person with the highest ethical standards who is willing to make difficult decisions based on what is right, enforces not just the letter of the law, but the spirit of the law. The salary range for this position is $136,308.60 - $149,236.68 depending on qualifications.

      This position will be open until filled. The first review will occur on Monday, January 9, 2017

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Park Planning and Development Division Chief, Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

      The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is seeking an individual with a passion for parks and recreation coupled with considerable senior level management experience, exceptional communication skills, and the aptitude and judgement to excel in a complex work environment with various stakeholder and political demands. The Park Planning and Development Division Chief reports to the Deputy Director of Administration and Development within the Department of Parks and Recreation. The Division Chief will provide overall strategic direction, planning, organizing, and execution of the Division’s mission and goals for the maintenance and development of the Department’s Parks and Recreation system. This upper management position plays a key leadership role in overseeing the diverse range of PP&D programs and projects. The salary range for this position is $80,213 - $137,257.

      Open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Human Resources Director, City of Riverside

      The City of Riverside is seeking a Human Resources (HR) Director to assume overall responsibility for all facets of municipal human resources programs and activities, including recruitment and selection; classification, compensation, benefits, labor relations, and training. This position provides leadership in establishing and implementing citywide personnel policies and priorities. The salary range for this position is $146,100 - $204,660.

      The final filing date is Friday, November 11, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF

    Recruitment Video


  • Assistant General Manager, Casitas Municipal Water District

      The Casitas Municipal Water District is looking for a new Assistant General Manager. Under direction from the General Manager (GM), the Assistant General Manager provides leadership and direction to District staff to ensure that the District’s mission and vision are achieved; acts on behalf of the General Manager as directed and as the General Manager in his absence; and performs related duties as assigned. The Assistant General Manager is an executive level classification within the District’s organizational structure. The Assistant General Manager functions as an administrative agent to the General Manager in areas of program responsibilities which include human resources/risk management, water policy, legislative and governmental affairs, regional coordination and collaboration, education and community outreach. On occasion the Assistant General Manager may direct the efforts of multiple division managers and other support staff. The annual salary for this position is $165,000 - $185,000 dependent upon qualifications and experience.

      The final filing date for this position is Friday, July 29, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • County Administrative Officer, Trinity County

      Trinity County is seeking an innovative, collaborative and service-oriented professional to serve as its County Administrative Officer (CAO). This is a wonderful opportunity for a creative and resourceful leader to help shape the future of this northern California community rich in history, culture and diversity. The CAO plans, organizes, reviews, manages, and supervises the functions of the County government; represents the Board of Supervisors’ policies and programs with County staff, community organizations, other agencies, and the public; reviews County departments’ annual budget requests and develops final expenditure recommendations for presentation to the Board of Supervisors. This challenging position requires a strong, visionary leader committed to public service coupled with the ability to earn respect and to foster innovative solutions to County problems through sound administrative practices and strategic planning skills.

      Open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Performance Audit Director, Orange County, CA

      Orange County is searching for a new Performance Audit Director. The Office of the Performance Audit Director was established in 2008 and reports directly to the Board of Supervisors. The two core services provided by the office are to (1) provide unfiltered, independent and objective performance audits of the efficiency and effectiveness of County operations and programs, and (2) provide advisory services to the Board of Supervisors regarding topical policy and management issues. The Performance Audit Director will possess broad and extensive experience and education involving oversight and conducting of complex and sensitive projects related to performance auditing. A Bachelor’s degree in a related field such as, but not limited to, business administration, public administration, political science, economics, etc. is required. Advanced degrees and/or certificates in related areas are highly desirable. This position directs activities of the offices as well as positions in day-to-day audit assignments. The salary range for this position is dependent upon qualifications.

      The final filing date for this position is Tuesday, December 27, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • City Attorney, City of Anaheim

      The City of Anaheim seeks a highly competent, experienced professional and strong generalist, with a solid record of pre-trial risk assessment, an in-depth understanding of issues confronting California cities for its new City Attorney. Candidates must possess a J.D. degree and license to practice law in California. Candidates who possess some litigation experience and are familiar with charter city government processes will be favorably considered. Ideal candidates will have the demonstrated ability to successfully navigate with a body of elected officials with a diversity of viewpoints. As an appointee of the Mayor and City Council, the City Attorney’s resources consist of a budget of approximately $8 million and a staff of 33 employees, including 22 attorneys. The annual salary range for this position is $181,325 to $271,987.

      Final filing date is Friday, June 3, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Deputy Director, Brownfields and Environmental Programs, California Department of Toxic Substances Control

      The Deputy Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing the activities of approximately 350 engineers, scientists, engineering geologists, and other technical and administrative staff in the Brownfields and Environmental Restoration Program (Cleanup Program). The Cleanup Program protects public health and the environment by overseeing the cleanup and remediation of commercial property, military bases, and proposed or expanding school sites previously contaminated by hazardous waste. The current starting salary range is $11,984 - $13,250 per month.

      This position is open until filled.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF


  • Deputy Director of Human Resources, City of Stockton

      The City of Stockton's Deputy Director of Human Resources performs complex managerial and analytical work; plans, administers, and directs programs including, Risk and Safety Services, Workers’ Compensation, and Employee Benefits. Expertise is required in HR administrative functions and budget development including advanced knowledge of HR ordinances, codes, federal and California State laws and compliance requirements. The salary range for this position is $95,913 - $122,400.

      The final filing date for this position is Monday, June 13, 2016.

    Recruitment Brochure - PDF







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