UNC Job Listings 3.7.2015 - Emerging Local Government Leaders

THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL
Master of Public Administration Program
JOB NOTIFICATIONS
March 2 – 6, 2015
In this week’s edition:
Local Government:
North Carolina
• Accountant, Cabarrus County, Concord, NC
• Assistant City Manager, City of Hickory, NC
• City Manager, City of Lenoir, NC
• Economic Development Director, Scotland County, Laurinburg, NC
• Energy Management Representative, City of New Bern, NC
• Local Health Director, Scotland County, Laurinburg, NC
• Management Analyst, Community Support Services, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, NC
• Public Works Superintendent, Town of Ayden, NC
• Senior Resource Center Manager, New Hanover County, Wilmington, NC
• Stormwater Management Administrator, City of Lenoir, NC
• Tax Mapping Supervisor, New Hanover County, Wilmington, NC
• Town Clerk, Town of Rolesville, NC
Nationwide
• Assistant City Manager, City of Marshall, MI
• Budget and Management Analyst, Broward County, FL
• City Manager, City of Albany, GA
• City Manager, City of Broken Arrow, OK
• City Manager, City of Ellsworth, ME
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City Manager, City of Encinitas, CA
City Manager, City of Forest Grove, OR
City Manager, City of Santa Monica, CA
City Manager, City of Talladega, AL
Data Analyst Senior, Department of Community Justice, Multnomah County, Portland, OR
Deputy Director of Finance, Town of Hilton Head, SC
Director of Building Management, Hennepin County, Minneapolis, MN
Director of Development Services / Assistant City Manager, City of Wichita, KS
Director of Economic Development, Chesterfield County, VA
Director of Planning, Development, and Transportation, City of Fort Collins, CO
Division Director, Office of Labor Standards, City of Seattle, WA
HR Benefits Specialist and Senior Benefits Specialist (2 positions), City of Aspen, CO
Rate Analyst, City of San Antonio, TX
Social Services Director, Prince William County, VA
Town Manager, Township of Upper Providence, PA
Transit Director, Town of Jackson, WY
State Government:
North Carolina • Administrative Officer I, NC Department of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, NC
• Assistant Branch Head, Public Health/CDI/Forensic Tests for Alcohol, NC Department of
Health and Human Services, Raleigh, NC
• Business Officer, NC Department of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, NC
• Data Analyst / Evaluator, NC Department of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, NC
• Financial Analyst, Credit Union, NC Department of Commerce, multiple potential locations,
NC
• Safety Director, Human Resources / Safety, NC Department of Revenue, Raleigh, NC
• Systems Change Manager, NC Department of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, NC
Federal Government:
• Budget Analyst (Recent Graduate), Patent and Trademark Office, Department of Commerce,
Alexandria, VA
• Financial Management Specialist, Department of State, Charleston, SC
Nonprofit Sector:
North Carolina
• Budget Analyst, Center for Child and Family Health – North Carolina, Durham, NC
• Community Outreach and Development Coordinator, Triangle Literacy Council, RaleighDurham, NC
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Community Services Director, Senior PharmAssist, Durham, NC
Executive Director, Communities in Schools of Randolph County, Asheboro, NC
Executive Director, Triangle J Council of Governments, Durham, NC
Program Associate, NC Pediatric Society, Raleigh, NC
Program Manager, Band Together, Raleigh-Durham, NC
Nationwide • Associate Program Manager, International, ICMA, Washington DC
Private Sector: None this week
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
JOB TITLE
Accountant, Cabarrus County, Concord, NC
Position ID
Salary
1710008 & 1710009
$46,202 - 53,487
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Performs intermediate professional work in the preparation and
maintenance of financial records and financial reporting systems of
the Finance Department; accurately processes, maintains, and
audits various financial reports and records; collects, records, and
disburses county funds; reviews and modifies accounting policies,
systems and procedures; conducts internal audits; assists with
preparation of annual reports and audit work papers; prepares
periodic financial statements, including balance sheets, income
statements, and expenditure reports; reviews revenues and
expenditures to assure accounts are accurate; reconciles various
accounts; prepares accounting adjusting journal entries; consults
with and advises department representatives, answering questions,
suggesting alternatives, correcting errors, and analyzing accounts;
completes special reports requiring financial information; performs
related tasks as required.
Qualifications
Requires graduation from an accredited college or university with
major course work in accounting and moderate experience in
governmental accounting. An equivalent combination of education
and experience may be considered. Thorough knowledge of the
theory, principles, methods and practices of accounting; thorough
knowledge of the laws, ordinances and regulations governing
County financial matters; thorough knowledge of modern office
3 methods, practices and equipment; ability to prepare, analyze and
evaluate complex financial systems; ability to create and use
Excel; ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with others; ability to express technical ideas
effectively, orally and in writing. Certified Public Accountant or
Certified Local Government Finance Officer preferred.
Governmental Accounting experience preferred.
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Assistant City Manager, City of Hickory, NC
Salary
Closing date
$94,159 - 141,238
March 17, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Hickory, North Carolina, is a three-time All-America City on the
Catawba River approximately one hour east of Asheville and one
hour north of Charlotte. More than 40,000 residents call Hickory
their home and Hickory is the hub of a 350,000 metropolitan area.
Hickory has outstanding school systems, seven recreation
facilities, two libraries, several golf courses, theaters, art museums,
and eighteen gorgeous parks. Beautiful Lake Hickory is over 4,000
acres and has many public access areas. Please check out Hickory
at www.hickorync.gov/employment or
www.hickorywellcrafted.com for a web portal all about Hickory
and the surrounding areas and what makes Hickory a “Well
Crafted” City.
The City of Hickory operates under the Council-Manager form of
government and prides itself on being the first City in NC and the
third City in the nation to adopt this form of government. The
position reports directly to the City Manager, who has held the
position for over 10 years. Must have extensive budget and finance
experience as the position serves as the chief developer of the
annual budget and capital improvement plan under the direction of
the City Manager. Provides highly responsible administrative
direction to assigned departments and functions and involves
competing demands, performance of multiple tasks, frequent work
beyond normal business hours and responds to stakeholder
customer issues. Must possess the ability to effectively manage the
implementation of programs and initiatives.
4 Qualifications
This position requires an effective leader and decision-maker who
is action-oriented and community-focused. Serves as an agent of
the City Manager, acts on behalf of the City Manager when
assigned and assists in the overall daily administration, decisionmaking and policy direction of assigned departments. The
Assistant City Manager is an integral part of the City’s
management team and represents the City Manager’s Office at
meetings, with other governmental agencies and citizen groups.
Ensures consistent communication of goals, actions and activities
of the City.
Requires degree in business/public administration, preferably
M.P.A., and at least five years of progressively responsible
management experience with local government. Requires
comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of municipal government
operations relating to staffing, budget and program execution.
How to apply
Attach letter of interest and resume to online application, including
work and salary history as well as names and telephone numbers of
five work-related references. www.hickorync.gov/employment
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Lenoir, NC
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
City of Lenoir, N.C., population 17,905, located at the foothills of
the Blue Ridge Mountains, with an operating budget of $25 million
and approximately 254 full time employees and 86 part time
employees. The City of Lenoir prides itself on quality customer
service delivery and has also been recognized nationally for its
quality customer service program. Lenoir is an All-America City
with a great quality of life and the community has only had three
(3) managers since 1964. The City of Lenoir is a full service city
with Police, Fire, Public Works, Public Utilities, Planning,
Recreation, Finance, and Main Street departments. Manager serves
as Chief Executive Officer and is directly responsible to Mayor
and seven (7) Council Members which are elected to four (4) year
staggered terms.
Qualifications
5 Minimum requirement is a bachelor’s degree in public
administration or business administration with seven (7) or more
years experience as City Manager or ten (10) years of senior
management in a medium or large city with progressive
responsible local government experience. Master of Public
Administration (MPA), or Master of Business Administration
preferred, or equivalent combination of training and experience.
ICMA Credentialed Manager strongly preferred. Manager must
establish residency within the City.
How to apply
Please visit the City of Lenoir’s website at www.cityoflenoir.com
for an application or you may pick one up at City Hall located at
801 West Avenue, NW, Lenoir, N.C. Submit resumѐ with cover
letter to Shirley Cannon, City Clerk, P.O. Box 958, Lenoir, N.C.
28645-0958 or email at [email protected] Application
will be treated as confidential.
JOB TITLE
Economic Development Director, Scotland County,
Laurinburg, NC
Closing date
June 5, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Performs promotional and consultative work in maintaining and
improving the economic development program for the
County. Consults with local officials; community leaders; along
with retail and industry executives for the purpose of promoting
economic growth through expansion and retention of existing
industrial and commercial bases, and attraction of new
business. Development of data, statistics, and publications, which
portray the economic potential of the county; identification of
prospective industries; development of grants and funding sources
in conjunction with local government efforts to support
infrastructure improvements.
Qualifications
Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Planning, Economics,
Public Administration, or a related field with at least five years of
professional experience in industrial or economic development; or
an equivalent combination of training and experience. Designation
as a Certified Economic Developer desired.
6 How to apply
Submit State application (PD-107 available through our website,
www.scotlandcounty.org) along with resume, cover letter, and an
OFFICIAL SEALED TRANSCRIPT OF THE HIGHEST
DEGREE to: Scotland County Personnel, 507 W. Covington St., P
O Box 489, Laurinburg, NC 28353.
JOB TITLE
Energy Management Representative, City of New Bern,
NC
Salary
Closing date
$44,946 - 73,150
March 18, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
• Performs difficult paraprofessional and administrative duties
working with customers, staff and community organizations to
communicate energy awareness and promote services.
• Reviews residential and commercial account activity including
consumption and rate schedules;
• Responds to customer complaints and concerns;
• Public speaking, coordinates residential energy audits;
• Manages community outreach weatherization initiatives,
promotes load management programs.
• Ensures field technical work orders are completed.
• Analyzes proper electric rate for developers and business
owners.
• Administers heat pump and water heater rebate programs.
• Evaluates data for compliance with energy efficient building
and rates.
• Serves as back up Meter Shop Technician and performs related
tasks as required.
• Thorough knowledge of methods and practices of energy usage
and conservation methods;
• General knowledge of fundamentals for performing energy
audits; and home energy assessment experience.
Qualifications
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to
graduation from an accredited university or college with major
course work in general contracting, electrical engineering
technology, business analytics, or related field and possession of
one of the following certifications or equivalent: BPI(Building
7 Performance Institute) energy efficiency certification, APPA
(American Public Power Association) Key Accounts Certification,
NC State University Energy Management Diploma Program, NC
Metering School, or NC Meter Tech Career Development
Program.
How to apply
See job posting.
JOB TITLE
Local Health Director, Scotland County, Laurinburg, NC
Salary
Closing date
$68,508 - 96,792
April 10, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Serves as administrative head of local health department with an
annual budget of approximately $2.7 million and a total staff of 41
full-time managers/supervisors, professional, paraprofessional,
technical and support staff as well as contracted professionals.
Duties include planning, budgeting, supervision, evaluation, and
implementation of public health programs and services appropriate
for Scotland County along with the duties and powers provided for
under the provisions of GS 130A-41 and GS 130A45.5. Experience with the process of Accreditation preferred.
Qualifications
Master’s degree in public health administration with at least 1 year
experience in health services; or Master’s degree in a public health
discipline other than public health administration with at least 3
years experience in health services; or Master’s degree in public
administration with at least 2 years experience in health services;
or Master’s degree in a field related to public health with at least 3
years experience in health services.
How to apply
Submit State application (Form PD-107 available on our website,
www.scotlandcounty.org) along with a resume, cover letter and an
original official school transcript of any undergraduate and
graduate studies to Mr. Robert Davis, Chairman, Scotland County
Board of Health, c/o Scotland County Personnel, P O Box 489,
Laurinburg, NC 28353.
8 JOB TITLE
Management Analyst, Community Support Services,
Mecklenburg County, Charlotte, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
9274
$52,789 – 69,286
April 6, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
This position is responsible for performing organization–wide
evaluations and analysis of County programs, services and
operations. Works with assigned departments on budget
development and strategic projects to include assisting in the
establishment of goals and objectives. Participates in research and
analysis projects to develop sustainable, repeatable and
quantifiable business process improvements. Researches best
practices to develop recommendations for processes that increase
productivity and help to reduce overall cost.
Management Analysts perform a wide variety of complex and
diverse advanced level professional and technical duties in support
of the County’s strategic planning efforts, and organization-wide
program evaluations. Incumbents are responsible for assisting
County departments with program evaluation, strategic planning
and in the establishment of County-wide goals and objectives. The
incumbent will lead and/or serve on teams; participate in research
and analysis projects to develop sustainable, repeatable and
quantifiable performance measures; assist in the development of
strategic business plans; conduct evaluations of County programs
and services; and assist with survey design and analysis of survey
and performance data. The incumbent will work closely with the
Strategic Planning & Evaluation Manager and the Director of
Strategic Planning and Evaluation. The incumbent will have
knowledge of project management and research principles and
resources. Enterprise Management Analyst may assist the Budget
team with the County’s operating budget process.
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration
or closely related discipline, plus two years of experience in one
of the following areas: strategic planning, program evaluation, and
performance management. Master’s degree in business
administration, public administration, economics, or closely related
field with major course work in an analytical discipline,
preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products is
required. Successful candidate will have the ability to successfully
9 work on multiple tasks within a team atmosphere; will possess
effective oral and written communication with all levels of the
organization; and have an ability to set priorities, manage multiple
projects and meet deadlines. A high attention to detail is a must.
Proficiency in statistical analysis software (e.g., SAS or SPSS) is a
plus. Experience in government/public sector is strongly preferred.
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Management Analyst, Research, Mecklenburg County,
Charlotte, NC
Salary
Closing date
$49,645 - 65,159
March 15, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
This position is responsible for developing, coordinating and
monitoring community research and evaluation efforts pertaining
to those who are homeless and at-risk for homelessness; using the
capacity of UNC Charlotte Urban Institute’s integrated data system
(Institute for Social Capital) to identify opportunities and barriers
for effective, efficient, and coordinated services for households
experiencing homelessness or at risk of homelessness;
developing partnerships with other service sectors that serve the
same at-risk population (i.e., child welfare, domestic violence,
education, workforce development, etc.) and monitoring all
community level reporting activities concerning homelessness and
the prevention of homelessness (federal, state, and local reporting).
Qualifications
Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public
Administration or a related field and two years of related
professional experience, or an equivalent combination of education
and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential
duties of the job. Master’s Degree, experience with programs
serving the homeless population, and research/evaluation
experience preferred.
How to apply
Apply online
10 JOB TITLE
Public Works Superintendent, Town of Ayden, NC
Salary
Closing date
$46,792 – 69,252
March 12, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The Town of Ayden (population 5,014) is seeking a Public Works
Superintendent. The successful candidate will perform
administrative, technical and supervisory work planning,
organizing, budgeting, and directing crews engaged in a variety of
work associated with solid waste management, streets, storm
drainage, right-of-way, equipment and grounds maintenance,
cemeteries, and mosquito control. Other duties include developing
the public works budget and monitoring expenditures, planning
work operations to include coordinating work with property
owners, inspecting work progress, answering and resolving public
complaints, requesting and acquiring necessary resources for
projects, and supervisory responsibility for work crews and their
safety. The successful candidate must display effective
interpersonal, technical and administrative skills and will be
required to work in both inside and outside environments including
extreme temperatures and work hazards associated with public
works activities. The workweek consists of 4-10 hour days and is
subject to call out conditions in emergency and severe weather
situations. The Public Works Superintendent reports directly to the
Director of Public Works and Utilities.
Qualifications
High school graduate with supplemental courses in construction,
engineering or related field and considerable supervisory
experience in the public works field or an equivalent combination
of education and experience; possession of a valid NC commercial
driver’s license; and the ability to obtain a valid NC Public
Pesticide Operator’s License within 6 months of hire is required.
The position is considered safety sensitive and as a conditional
offer of employment, the successful candidate must pass a preemployment medical exam and drug screen.
How to apply
Applications are available for download at
www.ayden.com. Please email your completed application to
Town Manager Brandon Holland at [email protected]
Application screening begins on March 12th. Questions concerning
this employment opportunity should be directed to the Town
11 Manager’s Office (252) 481-5826, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5
p.m., except holidays.
JOB TITLE
Senior Resource Center Manager, New Hanover County,
Wilmington, NC
Salary
Closing date
$68,256 - 92,146
March 11, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
New Hanover County, located on the North Carolina coast with a
population of more than 210,000, seeks a Manager for the Senior
Resource Center to be part of a dynamic, professional
organization. This position directs the work of 25 staff members;
prepares and administers a $2.4 million budget; develops and
implements long-range plans to meet the changing needs of a
growing senior population; manages volunteer relations;
collaborates with staff, local and state agencies,and the public
regarding the development and delivery of services; makes
recommendations about capital projects; prepares bids and
administers contracts; monitors funding and grants; and
representing the department by giving presentations to civic and
community organizations.
The Senior Resource Manager is integral to the support of New
Hanover County’s growing senior population. The successful
candidate will be a strategic planner, team builder, collaborator,
and respected professional. Originally established as a County
agency in 1983, the New Hanover County Senior Resource Center
is a State recognized “Senior Center of Excellence." The 30,000
square foot building serves 137,500 clients a year. As a
department, the Senior Resource Center connects older adults to
vital community services and resources by offering a wide variety
of programs.
Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Human Service Administration,
Gerontology, or a related field and two (2) years of progressively
responsible experience in a senior resources setting, including two
years of supervisory level experience; or an equivalent
combination of education and experience.
How to apply
12 Visit www.nhcgov.com for more information about this position.
To be considered, applications must be submitted electronically at
humanresources.nhcgov.com/employment/job-opportunities/.
Please contact our Human Resources department at (910) 7987178 with any questions you may have.
JOB TITLE
Stormwater Management Administrator, City of Lenoir,
NC
Salary
Closing date
$28,983 - 41,773
March 20, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Responsible for the administration of Phase II stormwater
regulations for the City of Lenoir and 5 other co-permitted
municipalities with Caldwell County. This position is housed
within the Planning Department at Lenoir City Hall and acts under
the supervision of the Lenoir Planning Director. This position will
be responsible for reviewing plans for stormwater BMPs,
performing field investigations and site inspections, investigating
and responding to citizen complaints related to stormwater, and
preparing and maintaining documentation for Phase II reporting,
compliance audits related to stormwater BMP installations and
maintenance, and illicit discharge investigations and
enforcement. Candidates must have considerable knowledge of
civil and site construction practices, zoning, NPDES Phase II
stormwater regulations and the laws and legal procedures related to
their enforcement.
Qualifications
Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in engineering, geography,
zoning/code enforcement or other relevant field supplemented by
2-3 years of experience related to civil engineering, site
construction, or municipal stormwater management, or an
equivalent combination of experience and education. Hands-on
experience interpreting or executing civil plans for stormwater
BMPs is preferred.
How to apply City applications can be found at
www.cityoflenoir.com & mailed to: City of Lenoir, Planning
Department, PO Box 958, Lenoir NC 28645, faxed to: 828-7574440, or emailed to [email protected] Resumé and cover
letter may be submitted in lieu of a City application. Position will
13 be open until filled, with first review of applications on
3/20/2015.
JOB TITLE
Tax Mapping Supervisor, New Hanover County,
Wilmington, NC
Salary
Closing date
$48,505 - 65,486
June 5, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
New Hanover County, located on the North Carolina coast with a
population of more than 210,000, seeks a Tax Mapping Supervisor
to update and maintain the county's land records data and GIS
features. The successful candidate will advise the Tax Department
on geographic information systems issues, respond to spatial and
statistical information needs, and assist with efforts to expand and
develop the geographical information programs and methods used
within the Tax Department. Knowledge of state property laws and
GIS standards; surveying standards; land title methods and forms;
computer database management; budget preparation; computer
programming and supervisory principles.
Qualifications
High School Diploma or General Equivalency Diploma (GED) and
five years progressively responsible experience working with Land
Records data and GIS to perform cadastral mapping tasks using
COGO methods within the ArcGIS software platform, including
one year of lead experience; or an equivalent combination of
education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the
essential duties of the job such as those listed above. Associate’s
Degree/Technical Degree in GIS, Computer Science, or
Geography is preferred. - Licenses and Certifications: Completion
of Fundamentals of Real Estate Listing and Assessing; - Senior
Mapping Certificate; - State Certified Property Mapper.
How to apply
Visit www.nhcgov.com for more information about this position.
To be considered, applications must be submitted electronically at
humanresources.nhcgov.com/employment/job-opportunities/.
Please contact our Human Resources department at (910) 7987178 with any questions you may have.
14 JOB TITLE
Town Clerk, Town of Rolesville, NC
Salary
Closing date
$46,113 DOQ
March 31, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Rolesville, NC: (pop. 5,000+). Seeking a highly qualified team
player with positive attitude and customer focus for full-time Town
Clerk position with one of the fastest growing towns in
NC. Responsibilities include serving as secretary/clerk to the
Mayor and Board of Commissioners and maintaining minutes of
meetings ordinances. Position will also be responsible for
administrative office assistance regarding town services.
Qualifications
Municipal clerk experience and certification preferred.
How to apply
Send resume & town application to Town Manager/Town of
Rolesville/PO Box 250/Rolesville, NC 27571. Application can be
obtained by calling (919) 556-3506 or www.RolesvilleNC.gov.
JOB TITLE
Assistant City Manager, City of Marshall, MI
Salary
Closing date
$65,000 - 73,000
March 91, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Marshall is accepting applications for an Assistant City
Manager/Public Services. This position is responsible for assisting
the City Manager with project assignments. Also performs
complex supervisory, administrative and professional work in
planning, organizing, directing, and supervising the Public
Services Department which includes environmental, water,
wastewater, street, cemetery, park operations, engineering, airport,
and other projects and programs for the City.
Qualifications
The successful candidate will have a Master’s degree in Public
Administration or a closely-related field, 3-5 years of experience
working for a municipality with supervisory or executive
15 leadership responsibilities, and outstanding oral and written
communication skills.
How to apply
Submit resume and application on-line at
www.cityofmarshall.com.
JOB TITLE
Budget and Management Analyst, Broward County, FL
Salary
$56,790+ DOQ
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Budget and Management analysts serve as fiscal and management
consultants to agencies and as staff advisors to the County
Administrator’s Office. Analysts are assigned a number of County
agencies and/or capital programs and are responsible for
coordinating and developing recommendations on resource
allocation activities and issues throughout the year. In addition to
development and administration of the $3-4 billion annual budget,
analysts work on special projects. Examples of these projects
include:
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developing funding plans for capital improvement programs;
analyzing proposed service enhancements and service
reductions;
preparing reports for the County Administrator and County
Commission;
conducting fee studies and developing fee recommendations;
assessing the fiscal impact of County, State and Federal
legislation;
analyzing agency processes to identify opportunities to
streamline;
assisting agencies in development and improvement of
performance measures.
Qualifications
• Master’s Degree in Public Administration or related field;
• at least 1 year of professional work experience;
• working knowledge of local government budgeting;
• highly developed analytical, interpersonal and communication
skills;
• passion for analyzing data and developing solutions to complex
problems.
16 How to apply
Please send a resume and both undergraduate and graduate
transcripts (unofficial transcripts and/or copies of transcripts are
acceptable) by March 20th: [email protected]; or to the
Office of Management and Budget, 115 South Andrews Avenue,
Room 404, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301; or FAX to 954-3576364.
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Albany, GA
Salary
$150,000 - 200,000
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Albany, Georgia seeks applications for the position of
City Manager. The City of Albany is a full service city located in
southwest Georgia and serves as the county seat for Dougherty
County and the economic hub of southwest Georgia, providing
excellent governmental and utility services. The city has a
population of 77,434 and is governed by an elected mayor and six
commissioners. Albany hosts three excellent public institutions of
higher learning; Albany State University, Darton College and
Albany Technical College. The city boasts a premier healthcare
system and an aggressive economic development package.
Qualifications
The successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree from an
accredited institution of higher learning, a master’s degree plus ten
years of progressive experience in managing a full service city is
preferred. The term “full service” includes functions such as public
safety, planning & zoning, building, recreation & parks, transit,
community development, natural gas, electric, sewer, water,
telecommunications, etc. A combination of experience and
education will be considered. In addition, the successful candidate
will present strong leadership and communication skills (both oral
and written), a capacity to work in the political environment,
financial management ability (including trend assessment and
forecasting in a utility environment), a working knowledge of
financial statements, and experience working with state and federal
regulatory bodies. An ability to interact productively with regional
partners is also required. Excellent interpersonal skills and a
passion for customer service are essential.
17 The successful candidate should demonstrate a track record of
innovation. We are looking for that person who can see options
and look at issues with fresh eyes. Our candidate will also create
an environment that fosters innovation in others.
How to apply
Underwood and Company is assisting the city in this search.
Applications will be received until the position is filled. Screening
of candidates will begin immediately. Applications should include
the name, current position, address and telephone number of the
applicant. Application materials should include a letter addressing
how the candidate’s experiences match the position requirements;
a resume; and the names, titles, addresses, business and home
telephone numbers, and e-mail addresses of three references.
Submission of materials as PDF attachments is strongly
encouraged. Applications should be submitted to:
Tom Berry
Underwood and Company
15125 US Highway 19 South
PMB 348
Thomasville, Georgia 31792
[email protected] 229-221-3240
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Broken Arrow, OK
Closing date
March 31, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Please follow this link for the formal brochure:
http://www.affionpublic.com/positions/city-manager-city-ofbroken-arrow-ok
The City Manager of Broken Arrow reports directly to the City
Council and is the chief executive officer and head of the
administrative branch of the City government. Under general
policy guidance from the Council the City Manager, plans,
organizes, directs, integrates, fiscally controls, administers,
reviews, evaluates municipal programs, provides guidance in labor
relations and contract negotiations with the City’s unionized
workers. Collaborates with community stakeholders, and business
development groups to discuss City policies and listen to residents’
concerns.
18 Responsibilities:
• Execute the laws and administer the government of the City,
and shall be responsible therefore to the Council.
• Works closely with the City Council, a variety of public,
private and community organizations and citizen groups in
developing and implementing programs to achieve City
priorities and solve community problems; directs and
coordinates preparation of analyses and recommendations on
public policy issues and on long-range plans for City services;
develops and coordinates proposals for action on current and
future City needs; represents the City and works closely with
appointed boards, committees, and public and private officials
to achieve planned action and results.
• Appoints, and when necessary for the good of the service,
removes, demotes, lays off or suspends all heads of
administrative departments and other administrative officers
and employees of the City except as otherwise provided by
law. The manager or the Council by ordinance may authorize
the head of a department, office or agency to appoint and
remove the subordinates in such department, office or agency.
• Supervises and controls all administrative departments, officers
and agencies.
• Works with the City’s management team to ensure appropriate
and adequate administration procedures and administrative
policies are in place and utilized in the administration of the
City’s affairs.
• Plans and evaluates management staff performance; establishes
performance requirements and personal development targets;
regularly monitors performance and provides coaching for
performance improvement and development.
• Oversees the development and creation of the City’s economic
development programs to include business retention, business
expansion, business recruitment, and
development/revitalization of areas of the City.
• Provides day-to-day leadership and works with the City’s
management team to ensure a high-performance, serviceoriented work environment consistent with sound management
principles.
• Prepares a budget annually and submits it to the Council and be
responsible for the administration of the budget after it goes
into effect; and recommend to the Council any change in the
budget which is deemed desirable.
• Negotiates or supervises the negotiations of contracts and
agreements impacting the City’s finances and/or financial
obligations.
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Submits to the Council a report after the end of the fiscal year
on the finances and administrative activities of the City for the
preceding year.
Ensures the City’s financial records are independently audited
each fiscal year and that a report is made to Council by the
auditor.
Reviews and approves contracts/agreements for the City
Manager or Mayor’s signature involving obligation of financial
resources or the expenditure of financial resources.
Works closely with the Legal Department to interpret City
ordinances, codes and applicable laws and regulations to
ensure compliance.
Keeps the council advised of the financial condition and future
needs of the City through quarterly reports or as requested by
the council, and make recommendations as deemed desirable.
Meets with council members as requested to address issues.
Develops Council meeting agenda; attends and participates in
all City Council meetings.
Directs and oversees the preparation of a wide variety of
reports and presentations for the City Council, citizen
committees and outside agencies; oversees the preparation of
press releases and materials for dissemination to the media and
the public; maintains effective relationships with the media.
Directs and oversees the creation and maintenance of
comprehensive, effective human resource management
programs, policies and systems consistent with the City
Council’s guidance; directs and monitors the City’s labor
negotiations and labor relations programs and initiatives;
directs the improvement of management systems, processes
and measurement techniques to improve City operations and
effectiveness.
Participates in regional, state and national meetings and
conferences to stay abreast of trends related to municipal
programs and operations.
Assess community and citizen needs and ensures objectives
and priorities are focused on meeting those needs effectively,
efficiently, and with high-quality municipal services; directs
development and implementation of initiatives for service
quality improvement.
Participates in professional and community organizations on
behalf of the City and as part of the City’s public affairs
program; maintains good working relationships with key
community stakeholders.
Ensures the City’s intergovernmental relations program is
effective and that the legislative interests of the City are well
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quasi-governmental agencies.
Works with local, regional, state and federal regulatory
agencies on matters involving the City’s operations.
Qualifications
The ideal candidate should possess at least eight years of
increasingly responsible experience within a government agency,
preferably a municipal environment including at least 4 years of
experience as a City Manager preferred.
The ideal candidate will have experience working in a growing
community and possess a record of accomplishment and success in
economic development and land use planning. The ideal
candidate's background should include extensive knowledge and
experience in both municipal finance and labor relations.
The ideal candidate must be a dynamic, visionary leader with a
strong ability to forge relationships with the City Council, all
levels of City management, other governmental officials,
community and civic organizations, employee organizations,
employees, the media and public. This is a key position within the
City government environment and it is essential for the successful
candidate to work closely with the City Council in carrying out
city-wide initiatives and setting the tone and vision for the
employees of the city. The City Council will rely heavily on the
expertise, judgment and recommendations of the City Manager so
this individual should have the ability to effectively delegate
authority and responsibility while maintaining appropriate levels of
operational control. This individual must be a visible leader with a
genuine interest in actively participating in the community.
The ideal candidate will set a positive example of competence,
professionalism, energy and work ethic to the organization and
community. The ideal candidate will be a professional leader who
inspires the staff to achieve excellence. Effective communication
along with strong collaboration and team building skills will be
necessary for this individual to be successful; advanced written and
oral communication skills are imperative.
This individual must be able to adhere to the highest ethical and
moral standards and be able to display transparency.
Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s degree in Public or
Business Administration; or a related field; a Master’s degree is
preferred. An ICMA Credentialed Manager designation is desired.
21 How to apply
Interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to:
[email protected]
Reference: BACM
Affion Public
2120 Market Street, Suite 100
Camp Hill, PA 17011
888.321.4922
www.affionpublic.com
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Ellsworth, ME
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Ellsworth, Maine is accepting applications for the
position of City Manager. Ellsworth, located in Hancock County,
is the heart of Down East Maine. Ellsworth is a service center
community for the region’s 60,000 residents, is Maine’s fastest
growing city, and represents the best Maine has to offer for
business, leisure and life. It is 25 minutes from Bar Harbor/Acadia
National Park and 30 minutes from Bangor, Maine’s 3rd largest
city. It has a population of 7,875 and has 92 full time staff and an
annual budget, excluding schools, of $7.3 million, including capital
expenditures. The City also operates its own Waste Water
Department with a budget of $1.65 million and Water Department
with a budget of $1.07 million. Ellsworth operates under a City
charter with a 7 member City Council/City Manager form of
government. Councilors are elected for 3 year staggered terms. For
further information concerning Ellsworth, please go to
www.cityofellsworthme.org.
Qualifications
The Council is seeking candidates with a minimum of 5 years of
demonstrated municipal management experience as a Manager or
similar related private business experience. Knowledge and proven
experience in areas of economic development, finance and
budgeting, labor relations/contract negotiating, and policy
management are desired. Individual must be a visionary with
demonstrated leadership, organizational, and listening skills;
excellent written and oral communicator with the ability to inspire
and empower staff and be enthusiastic to the needs of the
community. Leadership with integrity, honesty, openness, and
humor combined with creative problem solving will be essential.
22 The successful candidate will be required to become an active
member of the community. Residency in Ellsworth is desired but is
negotiable. Applicants will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Public
or Business Administration or a closely related field. Salary will be
determined based on experience and qualifications.
How to apply
Submit cover letter, resume, salary requirements and five (5)
references by March 27, 2015 to:
Ellsworth City Manager Search
Eaton Peabody Consulting Group
Attn: Don Gerrish
77 Sewall Street, Suite 3000
Augusta, Maine 04330
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 207-622-9820
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Encinitas, CA
Closing date
April 3, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City Manager, appointed by the City Council, provides
direction and oversight for the department heads who comprise the
City’s Cabinet Team. In order to maintain its high-quality service
delivery and to meet the needs of residents with high expectations,
a manager with skills in consensus building, collaboration and
community engagement will be key to motivating and inspiring
staff and the community in cooperative problem solving. The City
Manager’s ongoing responsibilities include budget management,
council meeting and agenda report preparation, initiating and
implementing opportunities to enhance municipal service delivery,
and striving for continuous improvement in all core city functions.
Qualifications
The new City Manager must be experienced in municipal finance
and in maintaining a sustainable financial structure. Prior
experience as a City Manager, Assistant or Deputy City Manager
or as an Executive Director or department head of a complex
public sector organization is required. The new City Manager
should be an outstanding consensus builder with a track record of
getting things done. This will require strong communication and
interpersonal skills, and a proactive orientation. A BS/BA in a
23 related field is essential and a Master's degree is highly desired.
The salary range is negotiable depending on qualifications.
How to apply
To be considered, please submit (email preferred) a letter of
interest, resume, salary history and contact information including
email addresses for five work-related references to Bill Avery by
April 3, 2015. A formal job announcement is available on our
website at http://www.averyassoc.net.
Bill Avery or Ann Slate
Avery Associates
3½ N. Santa Cruz Ave., Suite A
Los Gatos, CA 95030
E-mail: [email protected]
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Forest Grove, OR
Salary
Closing date
$135,300 - 141,500
March 31, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
A place where businesses and families thrive. Population 22,715.
Home of Pacific University. Salary range $135,300 - $141,500
DOQ, plus excellent fringe benefit package. The City has 165 FTE
and an annual budget of $88.5 million. In addition to the
traditional, full-service city responsibilities, the City manages a
municipal electric utility. Residents appreciate the small town
livability with close proximity to the major metropolitan area of
Portland. Position reports to mayor and six-member council.
Qualifications
Requires Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business
administration or a related field, advanced degree desirable; eight
years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal
government, including five years of management responsibility.
How to apply
Complete job announcement, including requirements and
information about how to apply available at our website:
www.forestgrove-or.gov or by calling 503.992.3200. To be
considered for first review deadline, cover letter, resume and
supplemental questions as outlined on job announcement must be
24 received in the Human Resources Office no later than 5 p.m. on
Friday, March 31, 2015.
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Santa Monica, CA
Salary
Closing date
$300,000
April 24, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The ideal City Manager must value collaboration with residents,
commissions, local businesses and the City Council. The City
Manager must be a good listener who is respectful of diverse
opinions and viewpoints. S/he must be a creative, innovative,
resourceful leader with a proven track record for addressing land
use, affordable housing, and environmental/social issues.
The City Council values life and work experience combined with
educational achievement. Professional certifications and a Master’s
degree in public administration or a related field would be a plus.
Ideally, the selected candidate will want to live in the city
boundaries.
How to apply
Apply on-line by Friday, April 24, 2015 at www.allianceRC.com.
For questions contact Lisa Mills at (949) 678-9919 or
[email protected] or Cindy Krebs at (562) 901-0769 or
[email protected]
JOB TITLE
City Manager, City of Talladega, AL
Salary
Closing date
$85,000 minimum DOQ
March 31, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Talladega has a small town atmosphere with a
population 15,846. The City Manager is appointed by and serves a
five-member City Council as the City’s chief administrative
officer. The City Manager is responsible for leading, directing and
coordinating the overall operation of the City organization with a
2015 Budget of $20 million and 200 employees.
25 Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management, Public
Administration, Urban/Regional Planning, Government,
Engineering, or Accounting supplemented by a Master’s degree in
public administration or similar field and five years in a managerial
position required. Must have familiarity with laws governing
municipal operations, long-range strategic planning, and
knowledge of procedures to receive federal, state and county grants
for special projects. Excellent communication, interpersonal and
relationship-building skills required.
How to apply
Please submit cover letter and resume to:
Human Resources Director
City of Talladega
100 Court Street North
Talladega, AL 35160
Or online at [email protected] The City of Talladega is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. Complete position profile available
at talladega.com.
JOB TITLE
Data Analyst Senior, Department of Community Justice,
Multnomah County, Portland, OR
Position ID
Salary
22441565
$30.73 - $37.78 (Hourly Wage)
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Multnomah County Department of Community Justice is seeking a
full-time Data Analyst Senior to work with the Research &
Planning Unit at our SE Portland location.
The Research & Planning Unit collects, interprets, analyzes, and
disseminates information used by stakeholders for operational
decision-making, policy formulation, mandatory reporting, quality
assurance, and release to the general public.
This position works under the direction of and in collaboration
with the Research and Planning Manager.
In this role you will be responsible for:
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Providing conceptual and technical support to all research,
evaluation, data efforts, and programmatic activities of the
organization.
Managing workflow of research and evaluation projects while
maintaining open lines of communication with stakeholders in
the criminal justice system.
Coordinating and prioritize research and analysis projects,
focusing on tracking and assigning action items and
deliverables to members of the team.
Work within teams to accomplish tasks and maintain progress
on multiple projects.
Common tasks you may perform:
o Quantitative and qualitative data management and analysis.
o Conduct interviews and focus groups.
o Develops output tables, charts, figures, and analytical text for
reports.
o Partner with field staff on data source reviews and research
question formulation.
o Develops research and evaluation methodologies, data analysis
plans, and data tracking systems.
o Investigate and resolve data and calculation errors.
Success in this position can be achieved if:
o You have strong oral and written communication skills with
the ability to build relationships in a culturally diverse
environment and across many levels in the organization.
o You have a collaborative approach when working within a
team and assigning the work of others.
o You are a self-directed planner with exceptional timemanagement skills who exercises independent judgment to
meet multiple project deadlines.
o You demonstrate ethical research behavior when applying
the principles of the American Evaluation Association.
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Equivalent to a master’s degree with course work in math,
computer science, or a related field demonstrating the capacity
for the required knowledge. (in lieu of degree, equivalent years
of relevant experience can be substituted.)
Three years of evaluation experience with formal training in
evaluation. (or equivalent job-based experience)
Proficient in mixed methods approaches, including surveys,
interviews, and focus groups.
Intermediate experience using SPSS and/or NVivo (or other
qualitative analysis software.
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Advanced experience using Microsoft Office software and
various sharing platforms for documents.
How to apply
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/multnomah/default.cfm.
JOB TITLE
Deputy Director of Finance, Town of Hilton Head, SC
Salary
Closing date
$71,807 - 91,533
March 20, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Hilton Head Island is a world renowned resort destination located
on the southern tip of South Carolina. Recreational and cultural
amenities are abundant and make it an ideal place to live and work.
With more than 50 miles of bike and walking paths, 30+ golf
courses, 300 tennis courts, 14 miles of pristine beaches and a mild
climate, it is fast becoming a popular relocation choice for
individuals and families of all ages.
The Deputy Director of Finance provides support to the Finance
Director in the management of the Town’s financial planning and
revenue functions. Specific responsibilities include but are not
limited to: Assumes the duties and responsibilities of the Director
of Finance in his/her absence; Oversees the management of the
day-to-today operations of the Revenue and Collections Division
in billing, receipting, collecting, inspecting and auditing of the
Town's taxes, licenses, EMS service charges, and other revenues;
Oversees the development and monitoring of the annual budget;
Conducts research and prepares reports that include cost analyses,
comparative financial data, multi-year projections and
informational data to support findings; Oversees system operations
and upgrades of the software programs and databases used by the
Revenue and Collections Division; Assists the Accounting
Division with the preparation of Comprehensive Annual Financial
Report (CAFR), the Town’s annual audit, and the submission of
the CAFR to the GFOA; Manages the investment of Town funds in
accordance with established financial policies; analyzes investment
performance and makes appropriate recommendations.
This position reports to the Finance Director and interacts with
other Town management and personnel; area businesses and
homeowners; Town’s attorneys and personnel from local and state
law enforcement and judicial centers; and the general public.
28 (Note: As a limited service government, the Town of Hilton Head
Island does not directly provide utilities, public works or law
enforcement services.)
Qualifications
The ideal candidate will possess a Bachelor’s Degree in
Accounting or a related field plus at least 7 years governmental
accounting experience, including a minimum of 4 years
supervisory experience.
How to apply
Apply online at www.hiltonheadislandsc.gov
JOB TITLE
Director of Building Management, Hennepin County,
Minneapolis, MN
Salary
Closing date
$79,967 - 124,419
March 18, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Hennepin County's Facility Services Department is seeking a
Director of Building Management to provide leadership and
oversight to the Building Management Division, which includes:
113 full time employees and is responsible for about 80 owned
facilities (5,736,957 GSF) and about 40 leased facilities (297,840
SF). This position is part of the Senior Management Team for the
Facility Services Department, and will report to the Director of the
Facility Services Department. This position is located at the
Hennepin County Government Center in downtown Minneapolis
and will be available 24/7 via a county provided cell phone or use
of personal cell phone through a stipend program.
Qualifications
Best Qualified Candidates will have one of the following:
• A bachelor's degree or higher in facility management, business
administration, engineering, architecture, construction
management, or environmental, interior, or technical design
and seven or more years of increasingly responsible experience
in facilities management
• A two-year technical college degree in a related field and nine
or more years of the above experience
29 A Certified Facility Manager (CFM) certification by the
International Facilities Management Association and nine or
more years of the above experience
• Eleven or more years of increasingly responsible experience in
facilities management,
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• Demonstrated experience:
o interacting with senior public officials on facility
management issues
o with a facilities management organization
transformation that includes culture, service structure,
and position changes
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• A valid driver's license
• Five or more years of experience in management, leadership,
supervisory, training, and personnel management that includes
coaching, mentoring, and evaluation of staff
• Experience with facilities management budget preparation and
cost analysis
• Facilities management experience including responsibility for
50 or more facilities
• Ability to manage multiple tasks, set priorities, and meet
deadlines; good organization and time management skills.
• Ability to investigate and resolve customer complaints;
excellent customer service skills
• Proficiency with FM Systems, building automation systems,
and energy tracking preferred.
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How to apply
To view the complete posting, visit our website at
www.hennepin.jobs. The position is open until filled and may
close at any time. Invitations to interview will be based on an
assessment of education and experience.
JOB TITLE
Director of Development Services / Assistant City
Manager, City of Wichita, KS
Salary
Closing date
$91,146 - 176,024
March 24, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Wichita, Ks. seeks highly qualified candidates for the
position of Director of Development Services/Assistant City
30 Manager. This professional and managerial position is appointed
by the City Manager to develop and implement a coordinated and
comprehensive development services program for the City of
Wichita. This position develops, implements, and oversees
economic development, redevelopment and real estate programs
and projects by managing the activities of the Urban Development
Division. As an Assistant City Manager, this position also plans,
directs, and coordinates the work of various City departments.
Qualifications
Four-year college degree in business or public administration,
finance, economics, urban planning or other field closely
related to the job responsibilities required, plus at least five years’
experience in public or private financial management and analysis,
preferably related to urban development. Master’s degree in a
related field preferred.
How to apply
Qualified candidates please submit an application on the City
website http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wichita/default.cfm,
with cover letter and resume by March 24, 2015, for full
consideration. Open until filled. Posting may close at any time,
without prior notification.
JOB TITLE
Director of Economic Development, Chesterfield
County, VA
Closing date
March 13, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Chesterfield, a suburban county of 446 square miles, is centrally
located in the Commonwealth with a population of approximately
332,000 residents. Chesterfield is the corporate location for many
small businesses as well as large international companies and has a
national reputation as one of the most affluent and educated
localities in the country. Chesterfield is proud to be the recipient of
the prestigious U.S. Senate Productivity and Quality Award gold
medallion, the Award for Continuing Excellence (ACE) and holds
AAA bond ratings from all three rating agencies, one of only 25
counties nationally.
The successful candidate for this position will be a leader who is
dynamic, innovative and experienced with modern principles and
31 practices of economic development, and who has a proven record
of success with industrial and commercial development. The
selected candidate will lead a staff of 10 economic development
professionals and must have extensive knowledge and experience
in coordinating all aspects of business location, including zoning,
development review, engineering, transportation, environmental
permits and financing.
Under the direction of the County Administrator and the Deputy
County Administrator for Community Development, the Director
of Economic Development is responsible for and required to:
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develop, recommend, and implement strategies, policies and
programs supporting the county’s overall economic goals and
objectives
coordinate marketing and promotional activities to attract new
business and investment, both domestically and internationally
serve as key point of contact for businesses locating or
expanding in the county
assist businesses in understanding and meeting requirements of
applicable county codes and development processes
assist in negotiation and implementation of development
agreements
manage all aspects of business location including zoning,
development review, engineering, transportation,
environmental permits and financing
cultivate a positive relationship between the business and
residential communities
administer local economic development assistance programs,
including loan and grant programs
conduct regular reviews of county business and development
policies, regulations and fees to ensure a culture of businessfriendly operations and maintain the county’s competitiveness
in the marketplace
provide timely and accurate information services and resources
for the business community and site consultants
support regional workforce development initiatives
work closely with the Virginia Department of Economic
Development, the Greater Richmond Partnership, Inc., and
Virginia’s Gateway Region
collaborate with federal, state and local officials to assure the
provision of adequate transportation infrastructure to support
economic development.
The successful candidate should possess the following
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interpersonal skills
strong management and effective leadership to deliver high
quality programs and services in an efficient manner
strong commitment to the overall success of the organization
ability to think independently and possess a “big picture”
vision and strategic perspective
a high degree of political acumen, including tact, diplomacy,
and ability to negotiate with various constituencies
willingness to embrace the county’s mission and values of the
community
be a self-starter, hardworking, with a results-driven approach to
management
skill in organizing resources, establishing priorities and
problem-solving
ability to facilitate, collaborate and coordinate with others to
affect successful outcomes
Qualifications
Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in urban planning,
business, public administration, or related field, (Master’s Degree
preferred), Professional Economic Development Certification
(CEcD) preferred, and a minimum of ten (10) years of
progressively responsible managerial and leadership experience in
economic development, including five (5) years economic
development experience in a senior management capacity with a
comparable organization, or an equivalent combination of training
and experience.
How to apply
This recruitment will remain open until March 13, 2015, at 5 p.m.
Interested applicants should submit a confidential resume with
cover letter and must include salary history and salary
requirements to: Mary Martin Selby, Director of HR Services
Chesterfield County Human Resource Management P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832 Email: [email protected]
(804) 748-1551.
JOB TITLE
Director of Planning, Development, and Transportation,
City of Fort Collins, CO
Reference ID
Salary
Closing date
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$111,890 - 156,110
March 16, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
33 Job Summary
The City of Fort Collins is recruiting for an experienced manager
to lead a major service area within the organization. The Director
of Planning, Development, and Transportation reports to the
Deputy City Manager/Chief Operating Of-ficer and is responsible
for managing a divergent group of services to the community. This
position occupies a highly visible position that requires outstanding
interpersonal, organization and presentation skills. The PDT
Director must be responsive to the needs of City management,
staff, City Council, boards and commissions and external
stakeholders in the community.
Qualifications
The ideal candidate should have a proven track record as a senior
level manager in community or economic devel-opment,
transportation, planning, or building code administration. He/she
will be a highly approachable leader who can establish strong
working relationships at all levels of the organization. The
successful candidate will have an ability to work collaboratively
with staff, elected officials, community and business leaders and
others in working toward solutions. The ideal candidate will have
excellent oral and written communication skills. He/she must have
the ability to influence at all levels and functions.
A Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Urban and Regional
Planning, Archi¬tecture, Engineering or related fields with ten plus
years of senior manage-ment experience in community or
economic develop-ment, transportation, planning, or building code
ad-ministration is needed; or equivalent combination of education
and experience. A Master's degree in similar fields is desirable.
How to apply
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit
www.fcgov.com/jobs to apply online. Complete a City application
and submit a detailed resume by March 16, 2015.
JOB TITLE
Division Director, Office of Labor Standards, City of
Seattle, WA
Salary
$79,073 - 118,640
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
34 For a complete job description, please visit the Prothman Company
at http://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Current Searches."
The City of Seattle, Washington, is seeking an individual who
brings experience in established and innovative practices in labor
law investigation and enforcement, and collaborations between the
public sector, nonprofits and the private sector. If you feel
passionate about working with business owners to help elevate
standards of living in variable and demanding environments with
unique daily challenges, then this may be the right opportunity for
you!
Seattle is a very welcoming community with a rich tapestry of
thriving businesses and vibrant cultures. The city understands and
values diversity and the many ways it enhances the community.
Seattle serves as a vibrant metropolitan hub, offering a wide range
of housing options, higher education opportunities, professional
and collegiate sporting events, a nationally recognized health care
network, a lively cultural arts scene, and endless outdoor recreation
opportunities.
As a leader on wage, labor and workforce practices that enhance
equity, address wage gaps and create a fair and healthy economy
for workers, businesses and residents, the City of Seattle created an
Office of Labor Standards (OLS) in late 2014. OLS is mandated to
implement city ordinances related to minimum wage, paid sick and
safe time, use of criminal history in employment decisions, wage
theft and other laws that the city may enact in the future. OLS is a
newly created division within the City of Seattle Office for Civil
Rights and will operate with a budget of $1 million in 2015, and
$1.5 million in 2016, including the oversight of approximately $1
million in community grant funds during the same period.
The new Division Director will serve as a member of the Mayor’s
Cabinet, with reporting responsibility to the Mayor and to the
Director of the Seattle Office for Civil Rights. The Division
Director will lead a six-person team whose duties include labor
standards enforcement, community outreach and education, and
technical assistance to the business community.
Qualifications
At least seven years of experience in policy and program
development involving diverse groups, including business, legal,
government, nonprofits, educational institutions, and/or grass roots
community groups. A minimum of four years of experience and a
working knowledge of enforcing or investigating labor standards
35 and/or employment programs, including wage and hour, protected
leave and discrimination laws. A bachelor's degree in an applicable
field is required. A Juris Doctorate, Master of Public
Administration, or Political Science degree, or in another related
field, is preferred.
How to apply
To apply online, visit Prothman at http://www.prothman.com/ and
click on "Submit Your Application" and follow the directions
provided. Application materials will only be accepted
electronically via the website. For questions, please call 206-3680050.
JOB TITLE
HR Benefits Specialist and Senior Benefits Specialist (2
positions), City of Aspen, CO
Salary
$49,712 - 66,186
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The City of Aspen is hiring one Benefits Specialist or one Senior
Benefits Specialist. This position is responsible for the city-wide
employee wellness program, overseeing the city-wide health and
welfare fund, and processing benefit paperwork. Working in the
Human Resource Department, under the Director of Human
Resources, this position is responsible for the administration of the
City’s Employee Benefit plans. This position will also manage
FMLA and serve as the primary liaison for unemployment. The
successful Sr. Benefits Specialist candidate will be responsible for
managing the entire benefits program; working under the Director,
will manage the planning and implementation of healthcare
reform, and be responsible for making recommendations for
benefit and retirement plan design strategies and policies. The
senior-level position will also supervise the Wellness Nutritionist
and facilitate all health team and open enrollment meetings.
Qualifications
Minimum qualifications for the Benefits Specialist position is two
years of Human Resources experience, with a minimum of one
year in benefit management and administration. The Senior level
candidate will have three years of Human Resources experience to
include two years of benefits experience. Desirable qualifications
are experience with a partially self-funded health plan and/or
government experience, as well as Certified Benefits Professional
36 (CBP) and/or Professional in Human Resources (PHR)
certifications.
How to apply
www.aspenpitkin.com
JOB TITLE
Rate Analyst, City of San Antonio, TX
Salary
Closing date
$45,573 - 68,359
March 31, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Under general direction, is responsible for administrative and
professional work involving the regulatory oversight of
municipality owned and franchise utilities. Conducts research
analysis and prepares reports on matters pertaining to contract
compliance, public utility rates, and other utility issues for the
Public Utilities Supervisor. Assists in the negotiation of
agreements and resolution of utility matters. Determines proper
and reasonable service costs and rates; reviews electric, gas, water,
and wastewater municipal utilities for conformity to rate and
service regulations. Exercises functional supervision over assigned
staff.
Essential Job Functions:
• Reviews and assists in the development of rate studies for
recommendations to the City Manager and City Council for the
proper setting of electric, gas, water and sewer rates.
• Analyzes cost of service studies and proper allocation of costs
used in the development of rates for regulated utilities.
• Conducts various special studies relating to utility issues
(including analysis of revenues, financial plan updates, fuel
price forecast, generating plans, etc.)
• Reviews and analyzes utility cash flow and financing plans as
presented by utilities.
• Develops rate filing requirements and recommendations for
rate setting standards for the approval of City Manager and
Council.
• Develops estimates of revenues to be generated from utility
sources.
• Reviews and adjusts the approved budget to ensure that the
budgets reflect reasonable funding levels considering City
policy and general economic conditions.
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makes recommendations to the Public Utilities Supervisor and
executive management as to the economic impact to the City.
Conducts reviews of operating and capital budgets of
municipality owned utilities.
Develops complex financial models and proper allocation of
costs used in the development of rates for regulated utilities.
Assists Public Utilities Supervisor with utility contract
negotiations and monitors contracts for compliance.
Reviews utility master plans.
Reviews and analyzes City-owned utility extension policies.
Performs related duties and fulfills responsibilities as required.
Qualifications
• Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university. A
Master's Degree is highly desirable.
• Three (3) years experience in Finance, Accounting, Utilities or
Contract Review.
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Social Services Director, Prince William County, VA
Salary
Closing date
$89,661 - $175,091
March 29, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The Prince William County Department of Social Services is
seeking qualified applicants for the Social Services Director
position. This is an executive-level, career opportunity leading a
large diverse staff of over 300 employees dedicated to delivering
quality services to the community and citizens of Prince William
County in accordance with federal, state and local legislation and
policies. The Director is also responsible for: planning,
coordinating and directing a full range of family service programs
and services of public assistance intended to improve the social
and economic conditions of the County’s low-income families and
individuals; administering locally operated juvenile justice
programs; administering Child Care-Youth-Family programs;
administering local homeless services programs; administering
child protective and adult protective service programs; fostering
38 the collaboration of public, private and non-profit service delivery;
and developing and administering an annual $40 million budget.
Qualifications
We require a Master's degree in Social Work, Public
Administration or a related field and a minimum of 5 years,
professional government non-profit social/human services
experience and 5 years progressively responsible senior
management leadership experience managing a variety of
comprehensive programs in family services and juvenile justice
programs.
How to apply
Please select "Apply" to complete the online application. Please
"Attach" a letter of interest and your resume to the attention of:
Elijah Johnson, Deputy County Executive. All submissions are
confidential.
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/pwcgov/default.cfm
JOB TITLE
Town Manager, Township of Upper Providence, PA
Salary
Closing date
$120,000 - $150,000
April 3, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Upper Providence Township (population 21,000), Montgomery
County, PA seeks an experienced leader to serve as its Township
Manager. Manager has authority to supervise all day-to-day
operations, and coordinates the three-member Board of
Supervisors, staff, and the community with five direct-reports (Fire
Marshal, PW, Finance, Park/Rec, Planning/Zoning). Current
Manager retiring after 37 years. Upper Providence is located in a
beautiful and growing section of Montgomery County with easy
access to Philadelphia and the King of Prussia area. It has
experienced both residential and commercial growth, and is the
home to several major employers. With a long history of growth
and financial stability, the Township has no real estate tax.
Manager administers an annual budget of $26 million including
$14.1 General Fund; 55 FT employees.
Qualifications
Candidates should have (1) at least 7-10 yrs of municipal
management experience; (2) knowledge of modern local
government management principles; (3) strong organizational and
39 financial skills & planning/land development experience; (4)
Bachelors Degree (Masters preferred); and (5) strong
communication skills. Salary range $120-150,000 with excellent
benefits; actual salary to be based on experience/qualifications.
How to apply
Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation with all
included in only one attachment to [email protected]
Deadline is noon on April 3, 2015.
JOB TITLE
Transit Director, Town of Jackson, WY
Salary
Closing date
$71,500 - 103,600
March 27, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Jackson Hole is a dynamic resort community, gateway to
Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. The Southern Teton
Area Rapid Transit (START) System seeks a qualified individual
to lead a county wide transit system carrying close to a million
riders each year. The START System is exploring and pursuing
opportunities for expansion of the current system including
securing federal and local funding for additional phases of a newly
constructed Transit Facility. Position works closely with a 7
member advisory board, manages 11 full time staff members and
approximately 70 seasonal drivers, and oversees an annual budget
of approximately $4 million. This individual will be responsible
for policy development, program implementation, operations, and
securing grant funding. Mandatory skills include; exceptional
oral/written communication, demonstrated leadership, human
resource management, interpersonal, consensus building and
participative management, development and implementation of
marketing programs, preparation and administration of Federal
grants and grant applications, and budgeting and financial analysis
of programs.
Qualifications
Any combination of education and experience providing the
required skill and knowledge is qualifying. Typical qualifications
include: BA/BS degree in applicable field (Masters preferred) plus
five (5) years of increasingly responsible transit management
experience. The ideal candidate will have experience in a resort
40 community in the management and operation of a transit system,
or regional transportation authority.
How to apply
Send completed Town of Jackson job application and resume to:
Town of Jackson, Personnel Director, P.O. Box 1687, Jackson,
WY 83001. Phone: (307) 733-3932; e-mail:
[email protected] Job application and information
available via the Town’s website at www.townofjackson.com.
STATE GOVERNMENT
JOB TITLE
Administrative Officer I, NC Department of Health and
Human Services, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60042921
$35,474 - 45,467
March 9, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) is one of the largest, most complex agencies in the state,
with approximately 18,000 employees. It is responsible for
ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians,
providing human service needs for special populations including
individuals who are deaf, blind, developmentally disabled and
mentally ill, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic
independence.
The primary purpose of the Administrative Officer I position is to
provide administrative support to DHHS with a focus on the
Division of Medical Assistance (DMA). The Administrative
Officer reports directly to the Director of the Division of Property
and Construction. The position supervises three Processing
Assistant positions. Major responsibilities of the position include
providing property, personnel and policy management.
Property management responsibilities include the following:
• Ensure that owned and leased properties meet the operational
needs of divisions including providing safe, functional, and
comfortable space
• Work with divisional representatives and Division of Property
& Construction Property Office and Maintenance group to
proactively evaluate space
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address the space needs of the employee
Develop and maintain floor plans of occupied space including
room numbers, names of staff, and vacant spaces
Receive repair and maintenance requests and submit work
requests as needed
Work with DHHS Safety Office to develop safety compliance
program for all property
Other duties include ordering furniture and equipment,
providing computer and telephone service, archiving records
and working with IT to provide computer software
Personnel management responsibilities include the following:
• Supervise all direct reports and address all personnel issues in
an appropriate and timely manner
• Ensure that all required personnel forms and actions are
completed in accordance with the requirements of DHHS
Human Resources
• Evaluate and adjust staffing levels and capabilities to match
operational needs
Policy management responsibilities include the following:
• Develop written policies and procedures for typical operations
such as complying with safety requirements, submitting work
orders, requesting computer and telephone services, requesting
office supplies and furniture, requesting staff moves, archiving
and retrieving files, reserving a conference room and required
audio/visual equipment, sending items to surplus, and
obtaining a vehicle
• Educate others and answer questions regarding policies and
procedures
• Continuously evaluate and update policies and procedures for
improvement recommendations
Qualifications
Graduation from a four-year college/university and one year of
experience in personnel, budgeting, research, or administrative
management; or an equivalent combination of education and
experience.
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practices, and equipment
General knowledge of the principles and practices of public
administration and business administration
Some knowledge of personnel policies and practices
Some knowledge of accounting principles and practices
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interpreting policies and procedures
Ability to plan, assign and review the work of other
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written
instructions
Ability to establish and maintain effective working
relationships with associates, officials and the public
Ability to express comments and opinions clearly and
concisely in oral or written form
Minimum of 1 year supervisory experience required
Proficient in Word and Excel
Management prefers the following:
• 3 - 5 years of supervisory experience
• 3 – 5 years of experience providing office administration
services including property management, personnel
management and policy management
• Proficiency with Visio
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Assistant Branch Head, Public Health/CDI/Forensic
Tests for Alcohol, NC Department of Health and Human
Services, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60039655
$41,125 - 57,169
March 11, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Qualified applicants must meet and reflect on their application
training and experience and all knowledge, skills, abilities and any
experience specified in the supplemental question to be
considered. The NC Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS), in collaboration with its partners, protects the health and
safety of all North Carolinians and proves essential human
services.
The N.C. Division of Public Health's Chronic Disease and Injury
Section, along with local health departments and other community
partners, works to reduce death and disabilities through education,
policy change and various services. Our goal is to help all North
43 Carolinians develop healthy and safe communities and health
systems to prevent and control chronic diseases and to eliminate
health inequities.
This is a specialized administrative and supervisory position which
assists the Forensic Tests for Alcohol Branch Head in all
administrative and supervisory matters required to maintain a
comprehensive, statewide evidential breath alcohol testing
program. This position serves as a member of the Branch’s
executive leadership and management team and supervises 14
home based staff members throughout North Carolina and one
Raleigh based staff member.
Qualifications
Graduation from high school and special training in the specific
occupational area assigned and seven years of responsible
experience in the occupational area assigned; or graduation from a
four-year college or university and three years experience in the
occupational area assigned; or an equivalent combination of
education and experience. (completion of a two-year degree in the
special field to which assigned may be substituted for three of the
seven years experience.)
Management Preferences
• Broad knowledge of contemporary management practices
gained from formal executive leadership and management
training or certification or management specific advanced
education
• A minimum of ten years of progressively responsible
supervisory and administrative management experience
obtained in a civilian or military law enforcement agency as a
full-time law enforcement officer or in an evidential breath
alcohol testing program
• A minimum of six years of experience in in DWI traffic law
enforcement, motor vehicle laws, and rules and regulations
related to impaired driving as a full-time law enforcement
officer in a civilian or military law enforcement agency, or, as
an instructor in an evidential breath alcohol testing program
• Experience identifying immediate and recurring training needs
and developing and administering a training program designed
to meet those needs
• Experience in performance measurement
• Experience in grant program development, management and
successful spend down
• Experience in budget management
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collaborative relationships with supervisors and subordinates as
well as partner agencies to provide the highest level of
customer service
Experience identifying, recruiting and selecting qualified job
candidates
Microsoft Excel
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Business Officer, NC Department of Health and Human
Services, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60038151
$38,748 - 60,678
March 12, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) is one of the largest, most complex agencies in the state,
with approximately 18,000 employees. It is responsible for
ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians,
providing human service needs for special populations including
individuals who are deaf, blind, developmentally disabled and
mentally ill, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic
independence.
The Division of Information Resource Management (DIRM)
provides enterprise information technology leadership to the
department, counties, other state agencies, and their partners so
that they can leverage technology, resulting in the delivery of
consistent, cost effective, reliable, accessible and secure services.
The Business Officer position is responsible for maintaining the
budgets for the DHHS Office of the CIO. Job duties include the
following:
• Analyze the budget to ensure accurate alignment of
expenditures and revenues
• Oversee the job costing system to accurately record
expenditures incurred in developing, testing and maintaining
computer based application programs for various agencies
within DHHS to maximize the utilization of federal receipts
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maintain the cost allocation plan for the division
Provide reconciliation and analysis functions before and after
the monthly cost allocation process
Handle month-end and year-end closeout with the DHHS
Controller’s Office
Assist with expansion and continuation budget development
Conduct financial management responsibilities to ensure the
appropriate budgeting and expenditure of federal funds, grants,
inter-agency transfers, and state appropriations
Serve as an internal resource on financial matters (e.g. assure
the availability of funding for IT initiatives, such as funding of
Office of Information Technology Enterprise offerings,
hardware and software requirements, and other IT purchases)
Supervise an Office Assistant and a Business Services
Coordinator
Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in business administration, public
administration, or related business area and two years of
administrative management or business management experience,
or equivalent combination of training and experience. All degrees
must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
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CIO through the continuation and expansion budget processes,
to ensure accurate alignment of expenditures and revenues, and
to oversee a job costing system
Understanding NCAS (North Carolina Accounting System),
IBIS (Integrated Budget Information System), and/or
BEACON (Building Enterprise Access for NC’s Core
Operation Needs) preferred
Ability to interpret Federal, State, and DHHS policies and
procedures related to budgeting
Ability to make recommendations regarding development and
modifications to policies and procedures
Thorough understanding of accounting and budgeting practices
Proven ability to perform in-depth and thorough budget
analysis
Awareness of DHHS and CIO’s IT requirements to assist with
budget planning and development
Ability to assess and resolve unprecedented problems that
require research and review of policy and procedures
Ability to resolve problems and compliance issues
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Ability to analyze financial information from multiple sources,
using multiple funding sources to develop budget revisions and
journal entries
Ability to identify issues/problems and be proactive in
recommending solutions
Ability to collaborate with internal and external customers and
stakeholders effectively
Ability to respond to non-routine inquiries (e.g. communicates
frequently with Human Resources, DHHS Budget and
Analysis, and the DHHS Controller’s Office to provide needed
information, resolve concerns and reconcile any discrepancies)
Ability to read/interpret and communicate written financialrelated materials such as the State budget Manual and
Executive Budget Act and apply it to Budget Revisions and be
able to explain the rationale for requesting the action
Highly proficient with Excel
Management prefers the following:
• Experience in the financial analysis of information systems and
technology investments
• Experience in financial management of an organization with
budget shortfalls; development of IT expansion; continuation
and carry forward budget requests; and government budgeting
practices
• Two years supervisory experience
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Data Analyst / Evaluator, NC Department of Health and
Human Services, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60038358
$46,206 -­‐ 66,100
March 13, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) is one of the largest, most complex agencies in the state,
with approximately 18,000 employees. It is responsible for
ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians,
providing human service needs for special populations including
individuals who are deaf, blind, developmentally disabled and
47 mentally ill, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic
independence.
The DHHS Division of Aging and Adult Services (DAAS) is
responsible for State oversight of the 100 county departments of
social services’ (DSS) aging and adult social services programs
and two Special Assistance benefits programs.
The Data Analyst/Evaluator is responsible for leading DAAS’s
strategic initiatives to improve performance management while
providing strong leadership across the organization, and overseeing
the day-to-day execution of the data and reporting needs of DAAS
and external agencies. Job Duties include the following:
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Collaborate with other agencies within DHHS and across
funding streams (including Medicaid) to evaluate the impact
and return on investment of services
Work to align all sections of DAAS to drive performance
improvements and efficiencies to maintain accountability for
high quality programs and services
Oversee the data side of the Open Windows system on behalf
of the division, and function as their representative for CNDS
Qualifications
A master's degree in the field of psychology, sociology, or social
work and three years of experience in research and evaluation,
using statistical methodology in human service programs; or
graduation from a four-year college or university and five years of
experience in research, evaluation, and statistical application in the
human service field; or an equivalent combination of education
and experience.
KSAs
• Considerable knowledge of the methods and techniques of
social research and program evaluation of the program areas
under study, and the ability to apply statistical concepts for
evaluation of programs
• Working knowledge of computer-assisted statistical programs,
e.g., SPSS
• Ability to design or direct the design of data gathering
instruments and tools and to assess the validity of the
information obtained from these instruments
• Ability to analyze data and draw conclusions from the analysis
pertaining to the evaluation of the value/potential of the
program
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concerning the future direction/impact of the target audience
Demonstrated ability to make both oral and written
presentations on the analysis of the project/study
Proven ability to synthesize data from many disparate sources
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Experience working on projects that require multiorganizational collaboration
Excellent attention to detail and highly organized
High level of proficiency with Excel and Access
Familiar with DHHS data systems including Common Names
Database and the Data Warehouse
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Financial Analyst, Credit Union, NC Department of
Commerce, multiple potential locations, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60080606
$38,519 - 67,335
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Individual will examine credit unions, produce written examination
reports, and present findings to credit union management and
board of directors. Areas of examination include but are not
limited to, general ledger (including reconciliations), internal
controls, call reports, loan review and credit risk, allowance for
loan loss funding methodology and analysis, earnings and net
worth analysis, ratio analysis, interest rate risk and asset liability
management, compliance risk (for example, BSA and OFAC
compliance), strategic risk, and overall analysis of a credit union’s
condition. Individual will analyze findings and develop required
corrective actions for credit unions. Individual will work to ensure
regulatory compliance in credit unions. Individual will serve as
examiner-in-charge for designated institutions and will monitor
assigned credit unions on a regular basis. Individual will work
independently and as part of an examination team. Individual will
support teamwork and Division goals. Individual will consistently
produce work meeting acceptable Division standards. Position
requires extensive overnight and often Monday through Friday
travel. Travel is primarily throughout North Carolina.
49 Qualifications
Management prefers candidate to have Financial institutions work
experience in areas where skills are readily transferable to an
examination environment such as operations experience, internal
auditor experience, asset/liability management experience, strong
current mortgage lending compliance knowledge and experience,
or financial institution examination experience with specific
examination related training.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, banking, finance, business
administration, economics, or related discipline; or equivalent
combination of training and experience. All degrees must be
received from appropriately accredited institutions.
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
[email protected] Admissions Director, School of
Government, UNC-Chapel Hill, NC
Position ID
Closing date
01004276
March 19, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The School of Government at the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill works to improve the lives of North Carolinians by
engaging in practical scholarship that helps public officials and
citizens understand and improve state and local government. As
the largest university-based local government training, advisory,
and research organization in the United States, the School of
Government offers up to 200 courses, webinars, and specialized
conferences for more than 12,000 public officials each year. In
addition, faculty members annually publish approximately 50
books, manuals, reports, articles, bulletins, and other print and
online content related to state and local government. The School is
also home to a nationally ranked graduate program in public
administration and specialized centers focused on information
technology and environmental finance. The School of Government
offers its Master of Public Administration (MPA) program in an
online format designed for working professionals and others
seeking the accessibility and flexibility of an online program. This
program is in addition to the School’’s existing traditional
residential MPA program. The MPA program educates leaders for
local, state and federal governments and nonprofit organizations.
50 The online program, known as MPA UNC, allows working
professionals and students everywhere to learn from UNC faculty
through a unique blend of highly interactive online learning in an
intimate classroom setting. MPA UNC students are required to
meet the same selective admissions criteria as the on-campus
program and upon graduation, earn an identical diploma.
Graduates of the UNC School of Government MPA program attain
leadership positions in every level of government and in
organizations that support public interest. The School established
MPA UNC with significant support from a corporate partner, 2U.
The Admissions Director for MPA UNC oversees the evaluation of
candidates for admission to the online format of the MPA
Program. The position is responsible for making admissions
recommendations in addition to coordinating information
collection and application review processes. The position
determines the admissions strategy for the program and is
responsible for implementing the strategy in coordination with the
program’’s partner, who provides admissions counseling and
marketing services. The role ensures the admissions-related
services of the partner meet the expectations and standards of the
program. The role works closely with the Graduate School to
ensure applicant information is collected properly and admissions
processes meet the expectations and needs of the Graduate School.
This position is the primary point of contact for all admissions
issues and questions, frequently working with program and campus
resources to achieve resolution. Unlike the residential format,
MPA UNC will have rolling enrollment throughout the year for
five distinct starts, requiring a separate office to manage. This
position manages that office and all of its functions.
Qualifications
Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree in a related field
preferred, with a strong preference for MPA. Alumni from the
Carolina MPA program are strongly encouraged to apply.
Preferred qualifications and experience include: Knowledge of
graduate program admissions policies and procedures; prior
experience in admissions Prior supervisory experience working
with student information systems Able to work independently;
work in a fast-paced environment and be able to handle multiple
tasks Strong written and oral communication skills, organizational
skills, and computer and database management skills Strong
interpersonal skills Effective public speaking ability. Ability to
interact cooperatively and sensitively with individuals from other
cultures, ethnic groups, lifestyles, and background Commitment to
a diverse applicant pool and student cohort
51 How to apply
Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume/CV and
three references to http://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/71050
JOB TITLE
Safety Director, Human Resources / Safety, NC
Department of Revenue, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60082517
$42,667 - 69,177.00
March 13, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
This is a new position. It reports to the Human Resources Deputy
Director and develops, implements, and maintains a
comprehensive safety and health program for the Department of
Revenue. The primary purposes of this position are to: (1) ensure
that the safety and health program of the Department of Revenue
for its own employees is developed, implemented, managed and
maintained; (2) guide departmental managers and supervisors in
their integration of safety and health into their policies and
procedures, including quality processes; (3) manage the
development and implementation of specific National Council for
Occupational Safety and Health (NCOSH) required departmental
safety and health programs; (4) administer Workers’
Compensation Program, Disability Income Plan and the ADA in
accordance with the Industrial Commission guidelines, ADA
Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) and NC General Statutes (GS
97 and GS 135.100). Duties and responsibilities include
responsibility for the accident and incident investigation and
reporting program, OSHA, recordkeeping program, Worker’s
Compensation Program, and a variety of electrical and mechanical
safety programs.
This is professional, technical, administrative and management
work in interpreting, applying and implementing the provisions of
the North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Act, and Office
of State Human Resources rules and regulations within the
Department of Revenue. The Safety & Health Director is
responsible for establishing long-range departmental safety &
health related program goals and objectives; developing policies,
procedures, and safety guidelines to ensure DOR’s compliance
with OSHA and building codes, as well as other federal and state
safety and health regulations; and develops effective training and
52 safety guidelines to reduce the cost of worker’s compensation
accidents and claims. The position is responsible for ensuring a
safe working environment for 1,400 staff as well as the visiting
public at 12 different facilities state-wide. The Safety Director
identifies and corrects unsafe conditions through site visits, safety
training, and by providing consultative services to management at
facilities located across the state. This position will be expected to
function independently with minimal assistance based on previous
experience and training.
Qualifications
Graduation from a four-year college or university with a major in
safety management, occupational safety, industrial technology or
one of the physical sciences and a minimum of three years
progressive occupational safety and health experience; or an
equivalent combination of training and directly related work
experience.
Management Preferences
Preference will be given to those candidates with experience
working in a consultation/training capacity with the development
of an effective safety and health program and/or the
administration/management a North Carolina State Government or
similar safety program.
Special preference will be given to those candidates with
Occupational Health and Safety Technologist (OHST)
Certification or a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) by the Board
of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP)
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Social Services Program Administrator I, NC Department
of Health and Human Services, home-based, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
2 vacancies: 60042770 & 60042778
$48,195 - 60,072
March 10, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
(DHHS) is one of the largest, most complex agencies in the state,
with approximately 18,000 employees. It is responsible for
53 ensuring the health, safety and well-being of all North Carolinians,
providing human service needs for special populations including
individuals who are deaf, blind, developmentally disabled and
mentally ill, and helping poor North Carolinians achieve economic
independence.
The Operational Support Team Reps provide policy technical
assistance and training across multiple programs such as Medicaid,
NC Health Choice, Work First, Food and Nutrition Services, Child
Care Subsidy and Special Assistance. These positions are homebased and provide technical assistance and business process review
and support for the Departments of Social Services in all 100
counties. These positions will also provide NC FAST system
technical assistance to help county staff understand how the system
interacts with policies that drive decisions for eligibility across
multiple programs.
Qualifications
A master's degree in social work or public administration and four
years of experience in a human services field including two years
in a supervisory or managerial capacity; or graduation from a fouryear college/university and six years of experience in human
services field including three years in a supervisory or managerial
capacity; or an equivalent combination of education and
experience.
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Systems Change Manager, NC Department of Health and
Human Services, Raleigh, NC
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
60037931
$42,667 - 60,000
March 13, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The planner/evaluator works to plan, design, implement, and
evaluate initiatives and programs in collaboration with and on
behalf of the NC Council on Developmental Disabilities. The
planner/evaluator works closely with the 40 Council members as
well as with the council's initiatives to further the mission of the
Council. Extensive collaboration and networking with policy
makers, service and support systems, people with intellectual
54 and/or other developmental disabilities and their family members,
advocacy and other organizations.
Qualifications
A master's degree in public or human service administration or a
human services programmatic field, preferably with course work in
human services planning, and two years of human service
experience, one of which must have been in human service
program planning; or graduation from a four-year college or
university and four years of progressive administrative or
consultative experience in a human service program, one of which
must have been in human service program planning; or an
equivalent combination of education and experience. (Evaluator) a
master's degree in the field of psychology, sociology, or social
work and two years of experience in research and evaluation, using
statistical methodologies in human service programs; or graduation
from a four-year college or university with a degree in one of the
above fields of study and four years of experience in research,
evaluation, and statistical application in the human service field; or
an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Additionally, management prefers an applicant with knowledge of
and/or experience with any of the state or local systems that
provide supports and services to people with developmental
disabilities (LME'S, DVR, DPI, DMH/DD/SAS, etc.). Five years
experience in the developmental disability field or life experiences
is also preferred.
How to apply
Apply online.
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
JOB TITLE
Budget Analyst (Recent Graduate), Patent and
Trademark Office, Department of Commerce,
Alexandria, VA
Position ID
Salary
Closing date
CIO-2015-0083
$43,057 - 68,465
March 16, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Duties performed in this position include, but are not limited to:
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requisitions, operating plan changes, and reconciliations
between financial systems
Assists with budget administration, including formulation,
presentation-enactment, or budget execution
Reviews operating budget submission for reasonableness,
accuracy and conformance with procedures and guidelines
Researches current or new practices for application to
programs or operations of the division
Conducts studies on operating programs related to requested
funding/budget levels; analyzes findings of studies and makes
recommendations in reports
Participates in the preparation of budget estimates and
justifications process
Qualifications
See job posting
How to apply
Apply online
JOB TITLE
Deputy Assistant Director, Budget Analysis,
Congressional Budget Office, Washington DC
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
CBO’s Budget Analysis Division is seeking to fill the senior
executive position of Deputy Assistant Director. The Budget
Analysis Division is the agency’s largest division, with about
80 people.
Reporting to the Assistant Director for Budget Analysis, the new
Deputy Assistant Director will share responsibility with one other
Deputy and the Assistant Director for overseeing all aspects of the
work of the nine units that the division comprises; each unit is
headed by a Unit Chief, who supervises several analysts who cover
particular programs in the federal budget or handle other
responsibilities.
The Budget Analysis Division prepares multiyear spending
projections and reports that present and explain them; cost
estimates for legislation (as required by the Congressional Budget
Act or needed by Congressional committees as they formulate
56 legislation) and for policy options provided to the Congress; an
annual analysis of the spending proposals in the President’s
budget; and analyses of mandates in proposed legislation that
would affect state, local, or tribal governments or the private
sector. The division’s products are critical direct inputs to
decisionmaking by the Congress.
The Deputy Assistant Director is responsible for helping to
oversee, organize, and carefully review the division’s work to
ensure high-quality analysis and effective communication of the
results. The Deputy works closely with other managers throughout
CBO to coordinate work on analyses that involve staff in various
parts of the agency. He or she also works closely with
Congressional committees and House and Senate leadership staff
to prioritize the division’s work so that estimates and other
products are available when needed for Congressional
deliberations.
Qualifications
This position requires a person with in-depth knowledge of the
Congressional budget process and the concepts, structure, and
detail of the federal budget as a whole, as well as superior
analytical skills, outstanding leadership qualities, and the ability to
manage and motivate a diverse staff in a fluid and high-pressure
environment. Strong quantitative skills and keen attention to detail
are also essential; strong communication skills are also necessary,
especially the ability to articulate the results and basis of CBO’s
analysis clearly and concisely—orally and in writing, both
internally and for CBO’s Congressional clients. This position
requires an advanced degree or bachelor’s degree and at least 5
years’ equivalent analytical experience in public policy, public
administration, or a similar area. Work experience at CBO is
desirable.
How to apply
Please submit a cover letter, résumé, salary history, and contact
information for three references online by March 17, 2015 to
ensure consideration . A short writing sample may be requested at
a later date. Nancy Fahey, Washington, DC, 202-226-2628,
[email protected] JOB TITLE
Financial Management Specialist, Department of State,
Charleston, SC
Position ID
HRSC/CGFS-2015-0034
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Closing date
$48,400 - 62,920
March 17, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Identifies financial and operation irregularities and problems in
records, subsidiary ledgers, appropriation, obligations both at the
branch and at the Bureau or Office level.
Verifies that obligations and expenditures occur on a timely basis
in accordance with annual work plan, regulatory and procedural
controls and are within the amounts programmed.
Recommend transfer of funds between object classes and line item
accounts under the same allotment.
Qualifications
See job posting
How to apply
Apply online
NONPROFIT SECTOR
JOB TITLE
Budget Analyst, Center for Child and Family Health –
North Carolina, Durham, NC
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
This position reports to the Director of Finance of The Center for
Child and Family Health (CCFH). Responsibilities include Grant
Management and Accounting Management reviewing financial
reports, providing liaison with auditors and funding agencies,
assisting with budget preparation and analysis, reconciling
accounts, monthly and year-end closings, and assisting with other
projects assigned by Director of Finance. This position requires
strong non-profit accounting skills, grants accounting experience,
and excellent communication and people skills. The Analyst will
be responsible for analyzing and reporting the numbers but will
also collaborates with people at all levels and in various
departments both internal and external to this non-profit
organization.
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This candidate will be responsible for grant submission Pre- award
-, Post award and reviewing financial reports, providing liaison
with auditors and funding agencies, assisting with budget
preparation and analysis, account reconciliation, month and year
end closings, and assist with other projects assigned by the
Director of Finance.
Perform and coordinate the operational activities of the Accounting
division of the Center for Child and Family Health and provide
support to the Director of Finance for overall consistency and
compliance with standard accounting and University policies and
procedures.
Direct and monitor the compilation and issuance of monthly
financial statements; ensure the assignment of proper object and
component codes, the accurate updating of fund header file data
and the updating of fund distribution data; ensure the proper
handling of ledger data to include input, editing, balancing, and
auditing and overall data systems. Direct the auditing of imprest
cash/travel funds for compliance with Internal Revenue Service
and Duke University policies; monitor the issuance of imprest
cash/travel reimbursement checks and the assignment of such
changes to proper University fund codes. Coordinate the
preparation of reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse
trends, and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
Qualifications
Work generally requires a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting,
Business or a directly related field. Work generally requires two
years of experience in accounting and/or
budget review and analysis in a health care setting to become
familiar with acceptable accounting principles.
How to apply
Please send resume and letter of interest to Ms. Bessie Givens, via
email at [email protected] (subject line: Budget
Analyst Position). For more information, please contact Ms.
Givens at 919-419-3474, ext. 305. For additional information on
the Center for Child & Family Health, please see the CCFH
website at www.ccfhnc.org.
JOB TITLE
Community Outreach and Development Coordinator,
Triangle Literacy Council, Raleigh-Durham, NC
59 Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Community Outreach and Development Coordinator - Full Time
Function: To assist with public relations strategies in order to
establish a wide range of community relationships and increase
awareness of the mission of the Triangle Literacy Council. To
assist with the development and implementation of annual
fundraising goals and successful gift solicitation strategies to
achieve annual budgetary needs and broaden the base of
supporters. To assist the Executive Director as requested to ensure
the successful operations of the Council.
Reports to: Executive Director
Specifically responsible for:
Community Outreach:
• Establish and cultivate relationships with local organizations
that could provide services to students.
• Establish strategic relationships with faith-based organizations
and corporations to recruit
volunteers/students.
• Review and update use of organization’s website using
WordPress and all social media.
• Attend fairs and other community events to recruit
volunteers/students and increase literacy awareness.
Funds Development:
• Assist with planning and implementation of annual fundraising
events.
• Assist with the promotion of fundraising and educational
programs and events as necessary.
• Research, write, and assist with grants and raise funds for
Executive Director selected programs.
• Follow up with reporting requirements and ensure all deadlines
are met.
• Prospect identification and research, correspondence and
communication, face-to-face solicitation and donor/prospect
management.
• Assist with input of donor information and generating reports.
Office Support:
• Answer telephones and greet visitors as needed.
• Assist with mailings, special events, and special projects as
requested.
60 How to apply
To apply send a detailed cover letter along with your resume to
[email protected]
JOB TITLE
Community Services Director, Senior PharmAssist,
Durham, NC
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The Community Services Director shall have the responsibility for
coordinating the day-to-day appointments at Senior PharmAssist
and will oversee Medicare insurance counseling, and volunteer
management. S/he will also provide care management to senior
participants and caregivers. All work is to be directed toward the
agency mission: Senior PharmAssist promotes healthier living for
Durham seniors by helping them obtain and better manage needed
medications and by providing health education, Medicare
insurance counseling, community referral, and advocacy.
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organization/operation of the clinic; including data-entry and
reporting
Assists with the development and communication of
information to participants, caregivers, volunteers, and social
service & healthcare providers
Conducts participant interviews and works with the clinic staff
to ensure that all volunteers/students are trained and
appropriately supervised
Acts as the agency’s SHIIP (Seniors’ Health Insurance
Information Program) coordinator for Medicare and retiree
insurance counseling
Supervises the Administrative Assistant, the volunteer
receptionists, as well as the SHIIP volunteers
Provides community referral information to older
adults/caregivers and ensures that other staff have good
working-knowledge of resources for seniors
Represents Senior PharmAssist in the community when
appropriate
Qualifications
• Master’s degree in public health, social work, health
administration or related field preferred
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Medicare/Medicaid issues
Minimum of three years of management experience
Demonstrates organizational and leadership skills to effectively
manage
Communicates skillfully in written and oral form with diverse
populations
How to apply
Send resume and cover letter to: [email protected]
JOB TITLE
Executive Director, Communities in Schools of Randolph
County, Asheboro, NC
Closing date
March 9, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
This position offers the opportunity to build upon the past success
of the organization and the strong commitment of the community
to see CIS of Randolph County continue to enable motivated
students to strive to be successful in school and in life.
The ideal candidate will be a leader capable of building
relationships with community and education leaders; inspiring and
motivating volunteers and donors; continuing to focus on the
expansion of evidence-based best practices related to enhancing
student outcomes; a good manager and active listener and a strong
advocate for student achievement and support; be passionate about
the mission of CIS of Randolph County and committed to the
success of the students it serves.
The ideal candidate will also have past experience leading a
performance and outcomes based organization and staff.
Development experience and the knowledge to effectively run the
business side of the organization while setting and implementing
strategy is required.
Key Responsibilities
• Partner with the board of directors to provide overall strategic
leadership and vision to Communities In Schools Randolph
County
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locally, consistent with identified community needs and the
Communities in Schools mission.
Develop and implement a multi-year resource development
plan that focuses on diversified resources
Draft proposals and prepare grant applications
Supervise and ensure implementation of the CIS Data
Management System (CISDM) to provide ongoing assessment
of program effectiveness
Ensure that periodic progress reports are submitted to
principals at CIS sites in order to provide status toward meeting
goals in annual site plans
Provide required reports to CIS state and national organizations
and funders
Establish and maintain effective relationships with partner
organizations, funders/donors, government entities, and
corporations
Manage human resources to accomplish Communities in
Schools’ goals and objectives through effective recruiting,
hiring, evaluating, training, coaching, counseling, and
mentoring
Work cohesively with the state and national Communities in
Schools offices, staff members and the board
Qualifications
• Bachelors Degree required in public administration, education,
social science or related field
• Previous leadership and financial management experience,
excellent organizational and communication skills required
• Strong local community connections in education, social
services, and/or the business community
• Successful record of fundraising, major gifts, and budget
management.
What is Attractive to the Right Candidate?
• Communities In Schools is a nonprofit organization which
stays true to its mission but does so using the best for-profit
practices.
• One of Communities In Schools' greatest assets is its human
capital. Our small but diverse and talented staff is committed to
moving the needle on the dropout problem.
How to apply
Communities In Schools is committed to a workforce that is
representative of the varied communities we are privileged to
serve. We provide a work environment that respects and values all
63 persons, regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, gender,
age, sexual orientation or disability. For immediate consideration,
please email your cover letter and resume by March 9, 2015
to [email protected] Include “Randolph County ED Position” in the
subject line.
JOB TITLE
Executive Director, Triangle J Council of Governments,
Durham, NC
Salary
Closing date
$125,000 – 160,000
March 16, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
Triangle J Council of Governments (Durham, NC), is seeking a
collaborative and entrepreneurial Executive Director with the
ability to lead a highly competent staff and work effectively with
the Board of Delegates, regional stakeholders and clients. Triangle
J is a government membership organization and one of 16 regional
councils in North Carolina. The Executive Director will oversee
the key service areas of Human Services/Aging, Member
Services/General Government and Regional Planning.
The Executive Director, who reports to a 36 member Board of
Delegates, supervises 34 FTE employees and oversees a budget of
$13M. The budget is primarily funded through a variety of shared
awards and program grants. Key responsibilities include
networking and learning and responding to the needs of the
member governments, advocating on behalf of the COG and
finding new and creative ways to deliver services with outstanding
customer service.
The successful candidate is:
• skilled at diplomatically engaging with a diversity of
stakeholders such as individual citizens, community groups,
Board of Delegate members, employees, regional, state and
federal authorities in order to leverage Council opportunities
and mitigate challenges;
• a savvy marketer and advocate of the vision and successes of
the agency;
• able to build esprit de corps among staff while effectively
recruiting, retaining, managing, developing and engaging
talented staff to deliver excellent customer service to both
internal and external customers;
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with staff to create effective work plans;
knowledgeable about planning, technical assistance, Aging and
Human Services, economic development, clean water and
conservation initiatives, and regional transportation; familiarity
with state agencies such as the Department of Aging,
Commerce, Environment and Natural Resources;
experienced with leading the pursuit and management of state
and federal grant funds;
collaborative in working with staff, Board of Delegates and
current regional partners to meet the strategic objectives of the
Board while also looking to develop and enhance new
partnerships;
an excellent and effective communicator including one on one,
small groups and public speaking who makes complex
financial topics understandable to all stakeholders;
a creative thinker in assessing ways to increase revenue and
manage expenses with a with a budget that depends on a
variety of funding sources, including 3-6% member
assessments , and many grants from state and federal funders;
able to effectively manage, develop and engage staff to deliver
excellent customer service through increased training,
responsibility, productivity, morale and retention.
values accountability and holds high expectations of self and
others while also being an effective and respected leader;
effectively networks with peers in neighboring regions and in
municipalities throughout the state.
Qualifications
A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and seven or more years in
inter-governmental management. Preferred requirements include a
master’s degree in public administration, urban/ regional planning.
How to apply
To apply, you must complete an online application via
Developmental Associates’ online system (or copy and paste
agency.governmentjobs.com/developmentalassociates/default.cfm
into your browser). Resumes may be uploaded to the system but
will NOT be accepted in lieu of a fully completed application. The
position closes March 16, 2015. Semi-finalists will participate in
an assessment center April 16-17, 2015 in Durham, NC. Questions
about the process and optional ancillary materials may be emailed
to trianglej[email protected] Triangle J is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. Search and selection managed by
Developmental Associates, LLC
65 JOB TITLE
Program Associate, NC Pediatric Society, Raleigh, NC
Salary
$50,000 – 55,000
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The North Carolina Pediatric Society (NC Peds) is searching for a
Program Associate to support implementation and evaluation of
Fostering Health NC, a statewide initiative to improve health
outcomes for children and youth in foster care. This position will
report to the initiative’s Program Director and will assist other
team members as required.
The Program Associate opportunity is a full-time term limited role
funded through February, 2017. The role will have two primary
responsibilities. Initially, the Associate will be responsible for
promoting implementation of FHNC recommended resources by
delivering technical assistance in several assigned counties. This
will include engaging county Departments of Social Services
(DSS), CCNC Networks, and pediatric practices by phone and in
person to articulate the need for changed processes and share
FHNC resources. During these engagements, the Associate will
identify barriers and work collaboratively to overcome them.
He/she will also gather feedback from the field and escalate
policy/program concerns to the FHNC team. The Associate will be
expected to travel independently as needed to support
implementation in his/her assigned counties. The travel
requirement is estimated at 2-3 days per week during the first year
(travel will be in-state and will not typically require overnight
stay). Travel expenses will be reimbursed.
After the first year, the Program Associate will transition to
supporting the evaluation of the FHNC program by gathering,
analyzing, and reporting data that reflect the initiative’s progress.
This work will include interviewing practitioners in the field,
requesting information from partner organizations, entering data,
interpreting data, writing summaries/reports and other evaluation
activities as needed.
Qualifications
Bachelor’s Degree or higher in a relevant discipline (i.e. social
work, health administration, public administration). Demonstrated
aptitude for public speaking and meeting facilitation. Strong
organizational skills and customer service orientation. Capacity for
building positive working relationships with a wide spectrum of
individuals (executive leadership to front-line employees).
66 Intermediate to advanced understanding of social-science research
and program evaluation principles and methods. Proficient with
MS Office programs including Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
and analytics software such as IBM SPSS.
Strong preference for a candidate with domain knowledge and
experience in social services delivery, health care system delivery,
primary care practice management and/or care management
principles or practices for the Medicaid population.
How to apply
For consideration, please email your cover letter and resume to
Adam Svolto: [email protected] In your cover letter, please
explain why you are interested in this position, how it would
support your career goals, and any unique qualifications you
possess. Please specify in your email subject line, Program
Associate.
JOB TITLE
Program Manager, Band Together, Raleigh-Durham, NC
Closing date
March 20, 2015
Responsibilities/Qualifications
Job Summary
The Program Manager is an organizational leader vital to the
overall growth and community impact of Band Together. The
Program Manager is responsible for overseeing volunteer
engagement, administration, and event management of the
organization. Other key duties include stewardship management,
marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly
to the Executive Director.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
VOLUNTEER ENGAGEMENT: Works with Volunteer
Engagement Committee and Steering Committee to ensure a
healthy pipeline of servant leaders for the organization.
• Responsible for providing leadership to the entire Steering
Committee to include all sub-committees in a manner that
supports and guides the organization’s mission and vision.
• Responsible for creating and guiding a leadership pipeline
within Band Together.
• Responsible for finding funding for the leadership pipeline
through donors and grant making organizations.
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Committee that ensures we identify, engage, utilize and thank
over 300+ volunteers yearly.
Works with the Executive Director to identify key steering
committee leaders on a yearly basis.
Works with outside organizations and events to help attract
new volunteers.
Works with our corporate donors to create “days of service” for
their staff members.
ADMINISTRATION & OPERATIONS: Oversees and implements
appropriate resources to ensure that the operations of the
organization are appropriate.
• Responsible for effective administration of Band Together
operations.
• Responsible for managing all aspects of Band Together’s dayto-day financial health to include; accounts payable, accounts
receivable, QuickBooks, deposits and monthly reporting.
• Responsible for working with our CPA firm on any financial
needs that may arise.
• Responsible for working with our fundraising database
manager to insure accurate, up-to-date information for the
Board, Executive Director and Fundraising Chair.
• Works with the Executive Director to create a yearly moves
management process and calendar.
• Works with the Executive Director in managing our
relationships with our marketing and communication firms.
EVENTS: Works with the Executive Director and the Steering
Committee to deliver all major events on a yearly basis.
• Works with the Executive Director for effective delivery of all
Band Together events.
• Works with the Executive Director and Steering Committee to
deliver the best Main Event experience possible each year.
• Responsible for the leading and managing the volunteer
committee that executes Last Band Standing.
• Responsible for the leading and managing the volunteer
committee that executes the Big Cahoot.
• Responsible for evaluating all events to ensure they are current
and excite our diverse constituencies.
• Responsible for vetting new event opportunities as they may
arise.
MISSION & COMMUNITY OUTREACH: Works with the
Executive Director in order to fulfill the organization mission.
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supports and guides the organization’s mission as defined by
the Board of Directors.
Responsible for articulating the mission effectively with the
volunteers and the community at large, in a timely and accurate
manner, and with transparency in order for these constituencies
to understand the direction of the organization.
Qualifications
Must Haves:
• A bachelor’s degree
• Transparent and high integrity leadership
• Aligns with Band Together’s core values; Music-Centered,
Socially Responsible, Leadership, Integrity Driven, Fun and
Innovative
• Five to seven years nonprofit or related professional experience
• Strong organizational abilities including planning, delegating,
program development and task facilitation
• Knowledge of fundraising strategies & donor stewardship
• Understanding and ability to deliver large and small scale
events
• Ability to interface and engage diverse volunteer and donor
groups
• Skills to collaborate with and motivate key volunteers
• Ability to manage fundraising and financial software packages
• Strong written and oral communication skills
Nice to Haves:
• Advanced degree in related field of study
• Three plus years of nonprofit leadership experience
• Strong public speaking ability
• Understanding of the music and promotion industry
How to apply
Band Together will be accepting cover letters and resumes until
March 20, 2015. Please send all cover letters and resumes to Matt
Strickland at [email protected]
JOB TITLE
Associate Program Manager, International, ICMA,
Washington DC
Responsibilities/Qualifications
69 Job Summary
ICMA seeks an experienced Assistant Program Manager for its
International Team/US Programs. The successful candidate will
perform project-support and project administrative duties for the
international/US Programs team in program and project
management, new business development, and proposal
preparation; represent ICMA International in the Home Office,
Field Office, and with partners and clients; assist program/regional
teams with the day-to-day management and oversight of programs
in a particular geographic region and/or major projects or other
program areas.
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portfolio.
Serves as a Home Office point of contact, internally and
externally, for the project financial, administrative, operational,
and logistical functions.
Reviews and reconciles field expense reports and
consultant/staff travel expense reports.
Assist project management team in project start-up and closedown, support work plan and technical report development,
training and guiding of local staff, and represent ICMA with
the client, partners, vendors;
Contribute to program/regional team development and review
of various project materials e.g. training manuals and curricula,
technical reports and other client deliverables, case studies and
articles, program web content and social media pages.
Contribute to project technical areas and components in the
areas of municipal administration, planning, decentralization,
public safety, anti-corruption, and related areas of local
government responsibility per experience, knowledge, and
education.
Contributes to developing new business strategies and their
implementation in collaboration with fellow project /regional
team members. Contributes ideas and assists with developing
strategies for increasing and diversifying International team
business opportunities.
Participates in proposal efforts. This may include research,
recruiting, collecting cost information, developing the cost
proposal, editing/formatting resumes, drafting required
proposal sections such as past performance, and contributing
inputs to a prime contractor when ICMA has a subordinate
position on a proposal.
Represents ICMA at workshops, conferences, and negotiating
sessions.
Performs related duties as reasonably required.
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Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s Degree in International Development, International
Relations/Affairs, Public Administration, Business, Sociology,
Economics, or a related field.
• Advanced Degree in International Development, Political
Science, Public Policy and Management, Business
Administration.
• Three-five years of experience, including positions in
international development plus relevant work experience in
Eastern Europe, Middle East or other regional countries.
• Project management and proposal management experience
with European Union, USAID is highly preferred, although
experience with other donor organizations will be considered.
• Experience in research and content development, database
management and working on projects in conflict countries.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
• Experience in project management, budgeting, financial
management, website and social media management and
administrative skills is required.
• Experience in proposal management, budgeting, recruiting, and
drafting required proposal sections such as past performance,
and working with partner organizations
• Knowledge of Federal, state, or local government organization
operations and structures preferred.
• Knowledge of business development and proposal processes
for Southeast Asia, China, and EU and USAID funds.
• Experience in database and content management and
knowledge of computer programs such GIS, SAS, SPSS,
Microsoft Access, Atlas ti.
• Exceptional skills in written and oral communication.
• Skills in working in cross-cultural environments, as evidenced
by successful project participation in other countries.
• Fluency in Turkish and French and work experience in other
countries.
• Ability to travel internationally for up to a month per trip, but
typically for two weeks.
How to apply
To apply please send cover letter and resume to
[email protected] Please put APM-International/US
Programs in the subject line; EOE; No phone calls please.
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ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT RESOURCES
The following section provides links to a variety of great job search sites. This newsletter only features a
small portion of the MPA-related positions currently available. Please use these links to find positions
tailored to your specific interests and preferred geographic locations.
North Carolina Specific:
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North Carolina Association of County Commissioners (NCACC)
http://www.ncacc.org/classifieds.htm
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North Carolina League of Municipalities (NCLM)
http://www.nclm.org/
Click on “Resource Center” at the top of the homepage and then click on “Jobs”.
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North Carolina Office of State Personnel
http://www.osp.state.nc.us/jobs/
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N.C. Center for Nonprofits
http://www.ncnonprofits.org/connect/nonprofit-careers
Local / State Government Jobs:
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International City/County Management Association (ICMA)
http://icma.org/en/icma/home
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GovtJob.Net
http://www.govtjob.net
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National Association of Counties (NACo)
http://www.naco.org/Pages/default.aspx
Click on “County Solutions” and then click on “Hire Quality Staff”.
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National Conference of State Legislatures (NCSL)
http://www.ncsl.org/default.aspx?tabid=27278&isSearch=false&kwdid=519
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National League of Cities (NLC)
http://www.nlc.org/about-nlc/career-center
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State Government Jobs
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Federal Government Jobs:
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Partnership for Public Service
http://ourpublicservice.org/OPS/about/job_openings.shtml
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USA.gov (U.S. Government’s Official Web Portal)
http://www.usa.gov
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USAJOBS (Official Jobsite of U.S. Federal Government)
http://www.usajobs.gov/
Nonprofit Jobs:
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The Bridgespan Group
http://www.bridgespan.org/Home.aspx
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Charity Channel
http://charitychannel.com/
Click on “Career Search” at the top of the homepage.
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Chronicle of Philanthropy
http://www.philanthropy.com/jobs/
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Community Career Center (Enterprise, Inc.)
http://www.nonprofitjobs.org/
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Idealist.org
http://www.idealist.org/
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Intrahealth International
http://www.intrahealth.org/section/careers
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National Democratic Institute (International Jobs)
http://ndi.org/employment
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NC Center for Nonprofits
http://www.ncnonprofits.org/
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Philanthropy Journal
http://www.philanthropyjournal.org/
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Philanthropy News Digest, Foundation Center
http://foundationcenter.org/pnd/jobs/submit.jhtml
73 Other Useful Sites:
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Careers in Government
http://www.careersingovernment.com/
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Indeed.com
http://www.indeed.com/
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Independent Sector Joblink
http://www.independentsector.org/members/joblink.html
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Impaq International
http://www.impaqint.com/careers
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National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA)
http://www.naspaa.org/students/careers/careers.asp
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Opportunities in Public Affairs
http://www.opajobs.com/
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Roll Call (Capitol Hill Newspaper)
http://www.rcjobs.com/
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The Hill (Capitol Hill Newspaper)
http://thehill.com/resources/classifieds/employer
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Public Service Careers: Site for the American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) in
collaboration with the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration
(NASPAA)
http://www.PublicServiceCareers.org
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UNC Chapel Hill – University Career Services
http://careers.unc.edu
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