The On-Street Parking Manager will assist the City of San José's residents with On-Street parking services and operations in San José’s downtown, business districts, neighborhoods and school areas. Services include Parking Compliance, Vehicle Abatement, Special Event Traffic Control, Parking Meter Maintenance, Collection and Operations, and Citation Processing, Review, Collections and Adjudication. Candidates should possess strong analytical, managerial, and leadership skills and have experience with data-driven decision making and staff development. The approved salary range for the Parking Manager I/II position goes up to $135,304.
Final filing date is Wednesday, August 31, 2016.
The California Department of Insurance (CDI) is seeking a seasoned actuarial professional who is motivated by complex challenges and meaningful opportunities to join our Financial Surveillance Branch (FSB) as Chief Systems Actuary. The ideal candidate is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries or a career Associate of the Society of Actuaries and a seasoned professional with extensive actuarial management and technical actuarial experience. The annual salary is negotiable and will be based on the qualifications of the successful candidate.
Final filing date is Friday, September 2, 2016.
The East Bay Regional Park District (headquartered in Oakland) seeks a Chief of Park Operations. This position oversees the District’s largest department with a $36.4 million operating budget and 238 full-time employees plus seasonal/temporary staff. Leading a department through six unit managers, the Chief is responsible for the management of 66 parks, including regional recreational areas as well as open space preserves. The District offers an excellent compensation and benefit package that includes PERS retirement and a salary range of $131,143 to $167,460 with merit raise potential up to $193,855.
Final filing date is Monday, August 22, 2016.
The City of Sunnyvale's Assistant Director of Finance is responsible for the oversight of the day to day operations and dependent of qualifications, may direct several divisions within the Department. This position manages assigned departmental services and supervises and coordinates the work of staff engaged in operations related to assigned functional areas. The ideal Assistant Director of Finance candidate will be an accomplished financial professional with extensive experience in public sector accounting and budgeting practices. This person will complement their financial expertise with outstanding administrative skills in personnel and change management. The salary range for this position is $140,454 to $165,240.
Final filing date is Monday, August 22, 2016.
Alpine County is seeking an Assistant County Administrative Officer to Budget and Finance. This position will oversee audit, payroll, accounts payable, and the Auditor property tax division. The Assistant CAO to Budget and Finance performs comprehensive management responsibilities to carry out Board of Supervisors policies and procedures for County financial operations and other delegated areas of responsibility. The work involves formulating, coordinating, and directing all aspects of County financial planning and administration including development of comprehensive short- and long-range budgets. Ideal candidates are assured, yet open minded; enjoy working closely with a team of strong staff members; and have experience presenting to a Board of Supervisors. The salary range for this position is $97,000 - $102,000.
Final filing date is Friday, August 26, 2016.
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.
Final filing date is Friday, August 26, 2016.
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.
The City of Klamath Falls, located in scenic Southern Oregon, is actively searching for an accomplished wastewater professional to help lead $30 million in upgrades to the City’s wastewater treatment plant. This is a unique opportunity for an individual with solid project management and administrative skills who would like to leave a legacy that will affect citizens for years to come. Under the administrative direction of the Public Works Director, the Division Manager provides general divisional management for the Wastewater utility including strategic planning, asset management, personnel development, fiscal management and regulatory compliance. The Wastewater Division provides sewage collection/treatment and stormwater collection services to nearly 28,000 City of Klamath Falls residents and Klamath Basin area customers.
Submit resumes by Monday, August 15, 2016, for first review.
The Urban Drainage and Flood Control District seeks a new Executive Director to implement innovative thinking and technology and promote wise use of public and private lands while providing unsurpassed service to the community. The ideal candidate is a supportive, innovative, and strategic leader with unwavering commitment to public service and a strong understanding of the complexities of floodplain and stormwater management in Colorado. Ten years of progressively responsible experience in the administration and management of one or more programs related to drainage, stormwater management, open channel flow, stream restoration, flood control, or a related field that included supervision of professional engineers and other staff is required. The salary range for this position is $140,000 - $195,000
The final filing date is Friday, August 12, 2016.
The City of Fairfield's Police Support Manager – Dispatch is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the operations and activities of the City of Fairfield’s Communications Center. The Manager performs highly responsible administrative functions and provides responsible professional and technical staff assistance and project management in support of the Department’s operations. The ideal candidate is an experienced, well-rounded professional with direct knowledge and experience in emergency communications/dispatching for public safety. The salary range for this position is $79,940 - $97,169.
The final filing date is Monday, August 1, 2016.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) is seeking a collaborative, team-oriented professional with a passion for public service to become its new Assistant Director, Public Safety Communications. This position will be responsible for overseeing the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services, Public Safety Communications Division. This division is part of Cal OES’ Cyber Integration Center which is at the forefront of detecting and protecting the State of California from cyber threats. The ideal candidate will be an effective public speaker, and a dynamic leader. The ideal candidate should have solid knowledge of government processes and structure and knowledge of the technical aspects of public safety communications. The salary range is $110,220 – $122,796.
The final filing date is Monday, August 8, 2016.
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, August 5, 2016.
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.
In addition to overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Missouri City Fire Department, the new Fire Chief will be expected to invest energy in additional strategic priorities including fleet assessment, department structure, relationship building and fiscal responsibility. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic leader with proven fire services management experience in diverse environments. He or she will bring innovative, contemporary, and fresh ideas to the department, the organization, and the community. The annual starting salary for this position is $116,255 - $122,373.
The final filing date for this position is Tuesday, July 5,2016.
Monterey County's Deputy Director, Aging & CalWORKs Employment Services is responsible for the direction and supervision through a management team that includes second level managers (e.g. Program Managers) of one or more major program areas within the Department of Social Services. Incumbents develop, recommend and implement program services, policies and procedures, and administrative support. The ideal candidate will be a strong, seasoned leader with a proven track record of implementing human services, employment, and adult services and meeting the needs of the community. The annual salary range for this position is $110,724 - $151,140 annually and will depend on the qualifications and experience of the individual selected.
The final filing date for this position is Tuesday, July 5,2016.
The Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG) is seeking an enthusiastic, experienced and creative leader to serve as its next Chief Executive Officer. The ideal CEO will be an energetic, results-oriented, dynamic leader with excellent communication skills and the proven abilities to facilitate change, develop and strengthen relationships, and build consensus with SACOG’s many regional partners. A Bachelor’s degree and ten years of progressively responsible management experience, including four years at the executive level required; advanced degree desirable.
The final filing date for this position is Friday, July 15,2016.
The Florin Resource Conservation District/Elk Grove Water District seeks an energetic, collaborative, public service oriented professional to join the District’s leadership team as a Program Manager. The Program Manager is a newly-created position reporting to the District’s General Manager and serving as a member of the District’s leadership team. Five years of increasingly responsible experience in local government, including a minimum of two years of program/project budget preparation experience, plus a Bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, or related field is required. The salary range for the Program Manager is $87,152 - $105,934.
The final filing date for this position is Friday, July 8,2016.
This is an excellent opportunity for a dynamic, forward-thinking, effective storyteller to shape the outreach and public message of a public agency integral to the water needs of its 190,000 customers in picturesque Marin County. This position is responsible for the planning, development and administration of a variety of the District’s public information services, public outreach, internal communications, water conservation outreach, volunteer programs outreach and other communications programs. The annual salary range for this position is $123,405 - $150,000 depending on the experience and qualifications of the successful candidate.
The final filing date for this position is Monday, June 27, 2016.
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.
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 Friday, July 8, 2016.
The County of Santa Barbara seeks a new Deputy Director of Long Range Planning. This an at-will position serving as a key member of the Department’s management team. The Deputy Director leads the Division of Long Range Planning, which oversees an expense and revenue budget of approximately $2 million, and leads a knowledgeable staff of 11. The ideal candidates are experienced planning professionals who possess outstanding leadership skills, long range planning expertise, strong knowledge of public finance and budgets including awareness of the intricacies of project budgets and how to successfully apply financial tools to manage projects.
Final filing date is Tuesday, July 5, 2016.
The City of San José's Department of Transportation is seeking a Vision Zero Program Manager. This position offers a unique opportunity for an experienced transportation professional with exceptional communication, analytical and management skills to showcase their talents developing and implementing a multifaceted Vision Zero traffic safety program for the third largest city in California. Under administrative direction, the Vision Zero Manager performs work of considerable difficulty planning, organizing, and directing the implementation of the VZSJ Plan. The Vision Zero Manager will be expected to achieve results and ensure timely completion of special projects.
Final filing date is July 5, 2016.
SCAG is seeking an innovative strategist for the position of Chief Operating Officer. The COO will provide the vision, leadership, and management necessary to ensure that SCAG is well positioned for continued success by identifying new opportunities to build on the organization’s values and shared vision. To apply online visit: www.scag.ca.gov/careers
The Risk Manager manages the City of Boulder's comprehensive risk management program with a focus on minimizing risk exposure for property, casualty and workers’ compensation liabilities. The ideal candidate will be an experienced risk management professional with a significant background in a similarly complex organization, preferably with experience in a public agency setting. This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced risk management professional with a customer service orientation to contribute to the success of this high-performing organization and vibrant community.
Final filing date is Friday, June 24, 2016.
The Municipal Pooling Authority's CAO/Risk Manager is given the responsibility to plan, organize, manage and direct the JPA programs for participating members. The CAO/Risk Manager is responsible for the coordination and supervision of a professional staff of 17 who are assigned to the various support service departments of the organization. This position administers and provides oversight of all affairs of the JPA, including agendas and minutes for the Board and Executive Committee and is responsible for maintaining all necessary files and records pertinent to the organization. The ideal candidate will possess at least five years of executive-level management experience preferably in a public-sector pooled insurance environment. The annual salary for the CAO/Risk Manager is up to $200,000, based on qualifications and experience.
Final filing date is Monday, June 13, 2016.
The City of Dixon seeks a strong generalist human resources professional with a customer service orientation to serve as the Director of Human Resources. A Bachelor’s degree and five years of progressively responsible experience in public personnel administration, including some experience directing the work of others required; or equivalent combination of experience and education. The salary range is $80,229 - $97,518 (salary range under review).
Final filing date is Friday, June 10, 2016.
The Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency (SHRA) is seeking a new Program Manager for Housing Finance and Portfolio Management. Successful candidates will have extensive backgrounds in affordable housing financing, portfolio and asset management, implementation of local housing ordinances, and multi-family affordable housing development, rehabilitation and underwriting. Knowledge of single-family down payment assistance and loan servicing practices, along with the principles and practices of multi-family rental property management, inspection, compliance, and loan servicing are paramount. A Bachelor’s degree and at least four years of progressive experience in a related field are required. SHRA has an excellent management compensation program including PERS 2% @ 55 retirement.
Final filing date is Friday, June 17, 2016.
The City of San José is seeking two Division Managers. The Division Managers will be focused on managing a wide range of maintenance services and projects throughout the City of San Jose. Three Division Managers make up the Deputy Director’s senior leadership team, and each will have a role in managing the Division’s administrative duties as assigned by the Deputy Director, such as budget, human resources, safety and information technology. The approved salary range for this position goes up to $142,397.01.
Final filing date is Friday, May 20, 2016.
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.
The City of San José is seeking two Division Managers. The Division Managers will provide leadership and strategic planning for the divisions and play a critical role in both leading these two divisions 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 RSC and Parks Division Managers lead a diverse portfolio of programs ranging from recreation programming to landscaping and maintenance activities and management of park rangers. The approved annual salary range for these at-will positions is $93,231 - $142,397.
The City of Tacoma seeks a Human Resources Manager to assist in the administration, supervision, and operations of the human resources staff of Tacoma Public Utilities (TPU) while addressing the specific human resources interests of TPU. The ideal Human Resources Manager candidate will be an accomplished human resources professional with experience serving in a public utility e nvironment. The ideal candidate will bring a strong customer ethic, and exceptional interpersonal skills to build partnerships, and work collaboratively with others to meet shared objectives. The salary range is up to $107,411 and includes an excellent city benefits package.
The City of Tacoma seeks an Assistant Director of Human Resources to serve as an integral part of the Human Resources Management Team while managing the day-to-day operations of the Labor Relations and Personnel Services Divisions and serving as Director during her absence or as assigned. The ideal Assistant Director of Human Resources candidate will be an accomplished human resources professional with a depth, breadth, and diversity of experience in a public agency environment, with particular expertise in labor relations. The salary range is up to $148,907 and includes an excellent city benefits package.
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.
Aurora, Colorado offers a unique opportunity for a strong, customer-focused leader to mentor and lead a high-performing team of Human Resources (HR) professionals, while contributing to the City’s growth and vision to develop a team of dedicated and collaborative employees. The salary range for this position is $85,000 - $117,131 and is complemented by a highly attractive, comprehensive benefits package.
Final filing date is Friday, May 6, 2016.
The Chief Counsel for the California Department of Toxic Substances Control plans, organizes, directs and manages staff activities in the Office of Legal Affairs (OLA). This position serves as a chief legal consultant and advisor to the Director and executive staff. The Chief Counsel should possess the ability to establish and maintain cooperative relationships with state, federal, and local agencies; gain the confidence and support of top-level administrators; and handle difficult interactions with others with tact and diplomacy on a wide range of complex legal issues. The current starting salary range for the Chief Counsel is $12,128-$12,492 per month.
This position is open until filled.
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is seeking a self-directed individual with sound engineering judgement. This position performs work that is not only varied and interesting, but is important to maintaining the air quality of the region. This is an opportunity to join a nationally recognized agency with an outstanding reputation. The annual salary range for the Air Pollution Engineer is $68,460 - $91,752 DOQ and is complemented by an attractive benefits package.
Final filing date: May 20, 2016
The City of Boulder CO is seeking a Deputy Director of Human Resources. This is an exceptional opportunity for an experienced human resources professional with a customer service orientation to contribute strategic business solutions to the City of Boulder and its high-performing organization. The Deputy Director provides technical assistance to the Director in the leadership, strategic planning and managing/evaluating the department’s programs, functions and activities. The salary range is in the low $100,000’s plus city benefits package.
Open until filled.
The General Manager is the chief administrator of all Pleasant Hill Recreation and Park District activities. The successful candidate will be a collaborative, enthusiastic and results-oriented leader who will bring outstanding communication, interpersonal and consensus-building skills and who must be able to work cooperatively with the District’s management team and with the District’s elected officials. Highly qualified candidates will be able to effectively manage within a public agency environment with numerous governmental policies and practices.
The final filing date for this position is Monday, April 18, 2016.
Santa Barbara County is seeking an experienced and proven emergency management leader who brings a reputation of strategic thinking, sound management, community building and organizational commitment to serve as its next Office of Emergency Management Director. Candidates should have a strong knowledge of and/or possess certifications/training in the areas SEMS, ICS, NIMS, and either possess or obtain within one year of employment, the designation of Certified Emergency Manager by the International Association of Emergency Managers. The salary range for this position is competitive and negotiable and is dependent on qualifications and experience.
The final filing date for this position is Monday, April 4, 2016.
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.
The final filing date for this position is Friday, March 25, 2016.
The final filing deadline is April 25, 2016
Contact an Executive