CPS HR specializes in the recruitment and selection of executive level professionals in key city, county, special district and non-profit management agencies. Working in partnership with the governing body or selection team, we develop customized executive recruitment strategies that focus on locating and recruiting qualified candidates who match the agency’s unique needs. Our experienced executive recruiters apply in-depth knowledge of public-agency operations, programs, and services to provide you with a guided experience resulting in the most qualified candidates.
Community Transit has selected Nathan Roberts to assume the role of Director of Finance. Mr. Roberts comes to the Agency previously serving as the Chief Financial Officer for Workforce Snohomish. Mr. Roberts has over 15 years of grant and donation-funded humanitarian non-profit and for-profit experience. He will begin in his role on September 11.
Jackson County has selected Jonian Scofield to assume the role of Human Resources Director. Mr. Scofield comes to the County previously serving as the Human Resources Director for Josephine County. Mr. Scofield has 19 years of human resources experience including Recruitment, Labor Relations, Policy Creation, and Benefit Administration. He will begin in his role on September 5.
Trinity County has selected Laila Cassis to assume the role of Director of Human Resources. Ms. Cassis comes to the County previously serving as the Chief HR Consultant for Cassis Consulting. Ms. Cassis provides advanced human resources consulting and guidance to clients and associates/employees in compliance with company policy and federal, state, international, and local laws and has served as legal, operations, and HR advisor to the hospitality industry – hotels, restaurants, and retail establishments. She will begin in her role on September 1.
City of Oakland has selected Sean Maher to assume the role of Citywide Communications & Engagement Director. Mr. Maher was previously serving as the Assistant to the Director of Public Works for the City. Mr. Maher has years of experience leading transparency and accountability work for the City, including as a Public Information Officer managing media inquiries and pushing out proactive news releases and information. He will begin in his role immediately.
Indian Wells Valley Water District has selected George Croll to assume the role of General Manager. Mr. Croll comes to the District previously serving as the General Manager for the United States Air Force. Mr. Croll has over 25 years of Public Service for the HQ EPA in Washington DC and US Air Force/Space Force at Vandenberg AFB in Santa Barbara County CA. He will begin in his role immediately.
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District has selected Leonard Bellow to assume the role of Labor Relations Manager. Mr. Bellow comes to the district previously serving as the Human Resources Director for Sutter Health Eden Medical center. Mr. Bellow has partnered with key executives across the businesses to drive employee engagement, morale, and performance in an environment experiencing both significant external and internal organizational change and brings over 25 years of experience. He will begin in his role on August 21.
City of Richmond has selected Kate Eppler to assume the role of Deputy Director of Community Services - Library. Ms. Eppler comes to the City previously serving as the Digital Equity Manager, Community Programs and Partnerships for San Francisco Public Library. Ms. Eppler has designed, implemented and coordinated system-wide programs and service to increase digital equity and brings over 16 years of experience in public libraries. She will begin in her role on August 7.
The City of Golden, CO has selected Tammy Tucker to assume the role of Director of Parks and Recreation. Ms. Tucker comes to the City previously serving as the Parks, Recreation & Open Space Director for Highlands Ranch Metro District. Ms. Tucker has learned to assess the unique characteristics of the community she serves to identify and implement services which provide vibrancy, create an identity, and become a source of pride contributing to the community’s health and happiness. She brings over 25 years of experience developing teams in all areas of recreation services, including non-profit, university, and municipal settings. She will begin her role on July 31.