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City of Talladega
Finance Director

Applications will be accepted through end of day Friday, March 26. The salary range for this position is $27.95 - $43.09 per hour. Testing for this position will be on Tuesday, March 30th at 10 a.m. and Thursday, April 1st, at 2 p.m. at Talladega City Hall. More information about this position can be obtained via the Talladega website at

Job Title: Director Department: Finance FLSA: Exempt Grade: 11 Safety Sensitive Job: No Security Sensitive Job: Yes Job Description Prepared: June 2017

Note: Statements included in this description are intended to reflect in general the duties and responsibilities of this job and are not to be interpreted as being all-inclusive. The employee may be assigned other duties that are not specifically included.

Relationships Reports to: City Manager Subordinate Staff: All Departmental Employees Other Internal Contacts: All City Departments External Contacts: General Public; City Council; County Administrative Offices; Banks and Financial Institutions; Alabama Department of Revenue; Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA); Alabama Municipal Revenue Officers Association (AMROA); Tax Agencies; Consultants and Contractors; Vendors; Auditors; Attorneys; Local Businesses; Accountants; Internal Revenue Service; Retirement Systems of Alabama.

Job Summary: Under the general supervision of the City Manager this employee plans for, organizes, and manages the City’s finances, supervises and administers the financial aspects of payroll and benefit functions, performs Information Technology functions, and maintains cash and General Ledger accounts. The employee serves as the department head and manages the daily functions of the department and supervises employees. Plans and coordinates the City’s annual budget and budgetary activities; ensures compliance of operation within the approved budgets. Provides oversight and coordination, in cooperation with the Purchasing Director and City Manager, of the financial activities of each City department. Advises City officials regarding City financial matters. Ensures compliance with all federal and state laws with implications for municipal finance. Ensures compliance with reporting and payment of federal and state taxes and required retirement contributions. Monitors compliance with City benefit and time-reporting policy and external regulations such as the Fair Labor Standards Act. Performs first-level technical support for workstations, servers, and network connectivity. This is a highly responsible job; latitude for making decisions is afforded this employee. This job classification is identified as security-sensitive and is subject to a pre-employment background check.

Essential Functions: The following list was developed through a job analysis; however, it is not exhaustive and other duties may be required and assigned. A person with a disability which is covered by the ADA must be able to perform the essential functions of the job unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Financial Management. Manages the City’s finances so as to ensure that the City remains in solid financial condition, compliant with all laws, and in keeping with established and generally financial and accounting practices.

1. Oversees the daily operations of the Finance Department.
2. Maintains accurate records of revenues and expenditures for the city as well as each City department in conformance with state and federal requirements.
3. Keeps the City Manager, City Council, and department heads up-to-date and informed as to the financial condition of the City.
4. Attends City Council meetings to update and report on city’s finances.
5. Maintains a running inventory of all city properties and assets.
6. Generates monthly financial statements for department heads, the City Manager, and City Council.
7. Oversees accounts receivable payment collections and receipts.
8. Oversees accounts payable functions, ensuring that invoices are paid on time.
9. Notifies individuals of returned checks on paid accounts; contacts the District Attorney if necessary.
10. Performs cost analysis of benefits and compensation; reports results.
11. Signs off on checks written from the all cash fund.
12. Ensures and facilitates daily bank deposits into City’s account.
13. Prepares and maintains general ledger entries to ensure proper distribution of City funds.
14. Maintains fixed assets account; inputs and updates.
15. Ensures purchase orders for departments are charged to the appropriate account.
16. Generates end-of-the-year closing reports of the City’s finances.
17. Works with the Purchasing Department as needed, in the writing of specifications for city bids for projects and needed assets.
18. Maintains and secures financial files, documents, records, and reports.
19. Prepares for audits.
20. Generates, assembles, and provides financial data and information to auditors as required.
21. Generates various financial reports at the request of the City Manager, City Council, and department heads.

22. Attends continuing education classes to stay up-to-date on laws, regulations, and accepted practices relating to municipal finances.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Budget Coordination. Engages the leadership of the City in preparing and managing an annual budget. 

1. Collaborates with City Manager, department directors, and the City Council on preparations for drafting annual budget.
2. Meets with department heads to develop and plan for departmental budgets.
3. Prepares and submits the City’s general operating budget; submits budget to the City Council. Discusses.
4. Informs the City Manager, Mayor, City Council and department heads of the City’s monthly budget status through financial reports.
5. Works closely with each City department on financial needs and available funds; works with the Purchasing Department as needed.
6. Keeps detailed records of purchase orders and reconciles department’s accounts after purchases are made.
7. Performs end-of-the-year analysis of budget compared to actual amounts spent.

8. Generates end-of-year closing reports on budget for each department.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Payroll and benefit supervision and administration. Ensures pay packets, benefit changes, tax payments, and paid time off (PTO) balances are processed and recorded promptly and accurately. 

1. Ensures that accurate time reports are received from each department.
2. Checks time reports for compliance with City policies and FLSA regulations.
3. Verifies accuracy of federal 941 reporting and payment remittance for each pay period
4. Verifies accuracy of State withholding reporting and payment remittance monthly.
5. Verifies accuracy of reporting and payment remittance to Retirement Systems of Alabama monthly.
6. Develops and implements pay codes and deduction codes as necessary for accounting accuracy.

7. Ensures that paid time off is accrued accurately for each employee according to City policy.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Information Technology Support. Ensures computers, servers, and network devices function properly and server City needs. 

1. Installs computer workstations and related equipment.
2. Develops, promotes, and maintains security measures to ensure integrity of City networks and data.
3. Evaluates IT infrastructure needs and makes recommendations for improvements to the City Manager.
4. Oversees software and hardware implementation projects; liaises with third-party providers.
5. Ensures redundancy and resiliency in City networks and data storage to minimize the chance of catastrophic failure.

6. Resolves minor issues with standard software and operating systems; escalates issues to third-party providers as necessary.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: Department Management and Supervision. Ensures the appropriate functions or the department are carried out in a professional manner. 

1. Ensures compliance with laws and generally accepted finance and accounting principles as described by the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB).
2. Ensures the department and work areas are secure, and that safety and security measures are in place and consistently utilized.
3. Works with the HR Department to fill vacancies as necessary.
4. Participates in interviewing applicants and selecting new employees.
5. Orients and trains new employees.
6. Manages and supervises the daily operations of staff within the Finance Department and ensures department rules and regulations are followed.
7. Ensures daily collections of revenue, payables, are correct and accounted.
8. Receives and handles cash and payments. Secures monies.
9. Ensures employees complete their assignments accurately.
10. Handles problems and concerns of subordinate employees.
11. Delegates tasks to staff.
12. Approves payroll and authorizes vacation time, sick leave, and compensatory time for Finance Department employees.
13. Performs annual performance evaluations on subordinate staff.
14. Performs disciplinary actions in accordance with City policies and procedures specifically, issuing corrections, conducting performance counseling, issuing verbal and written reprimands, sending employees home on paid time for disciplinary infractions, and recommending suspensions or terminations to the City Manager.
15. Receives, considers and addresses citizen complaints and problems with the City in concert with the City Manager.
16. Evaluates completed work by financial personnel to ensure accuracy.

17. Fills in for Finance Department personnel as needed.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: City and Department Operations. Supports the department and City to ensure smooth operations. 

1. Represents the City in a positive and professional manner.
2. Participates in special events and initiatives of the City.
3. Drives to attend meetings, make deposits, meet with vendors, and conduct City business.
4. Plans and conducts departmental meetings.
5. Ensures employees participate in appropriate and needed classes and training.
6. Ensures that the department has necessary tools, resources, and supplies.
7. Prepares data, materials, and documents for presentations.
8. Utilizes computers, specialized software, and office equipment to accomplish required work.

9. Performs other related work as required.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (* Can be acquired on the job)

1. *Knowledge of City and department rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
2. Knowledge of governmental finance, revenue, and accounting, and its application to municipal government.
3. Knowledge of accounting and general accounting principles as prescribed by the GASB.
4. Knowledge of tax codes, federal and state laws pertaining to municipalities.
5. Knowledge and application of budgeting.
6. Knowledge of audits and associated processes.
7. Knowledge of Fair Labor Standards Act regulations.
8. Knowledge of appropriate payroll controls and related City policy.
9. Knowledge of workstation and server operating systems
10. Knowledge of common networking tools such as Active Directory and Hypervisor Manager.
11. Math skills to provide accurate accounting and financial reporting.
12. Verbal skills to communicate with the public, elected officials, colleagues, and public officials in a professional manner.
13. Typing skills to generate correspondences and reports.
14. Ability to maintain a safe and secure work place and environment.
15. Ability to utilize and apply GFOA and best practices to the work environment.
16. Ability to present information and train employees and others.
17. Ability to multitask and prioritize work duties for self and others.
18. Ability to set department schedules and priorities.
19. Ability to prepare accurate financial reports and statements.
20. Ability to attend meetings and present information on financial matters.
21. Ability to advise on and to plan, develop, and enforce budgets.
22. Ability to supervise the work of others.
23. Ability to compile financial data onto spreadsheets.
24. Ability to operate a variety of office equipment such as calculators, fax machines, copiers, multi-line phones, and computers.
25. Ability to attend classes for credentials and continuing education.
26. Ability to work independently.
27. Ability to maintain confidential information.
28. Ability to be bonded.

29. Ability to drive.

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Possess a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, finance, or business administration; a master’s degree in finance, business, public administration or related field is preferred.
2. Five (5) years of progressive work experience in accounting and finance with experience in management and supervision; professional work experience in a governmental entity or the public sector is preferred; or any combination of education, training and experience that demonstrates the above listed knowledge, skills and abilities commensurate with the requirements of this job.
3. Possess a current and valid driver’s license; and be insurable.
4. Ability to achieve job appropriate certifications and credentials through the GFOA within a designated period of time following employment, and attend continuing education.
5. Ability to travel to attend meetings and training.
6. Ability to pass a pre-employment background check.  

City of Enterprise
Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer

The City of Enterprise, Alabama is accepting applications for the position of Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer. The Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer assists the Mayor, who is the chief executive officer of the City, with financial and accounting issues as to the City and its various personnel and departments. The Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer coordinates the development of the city’s annual operating and capital budgets; conducts budget hearings; monitors and analyzes cash balances, revenues, and expenditures to ensure compliance with budget and management objectives; prepares forecasts and revisions as required. Directs all aspects of the Finance & Accounting functions of the City. Provides leadership in the development for the continuous evaluation of short and long-term strategic financial objectives. Ensures credibility of City by providing timely and accurate analysis of budgets, financial trends and forecasts. Provides executive management with advice on the financial implications of City business activities. Manage processes for financial forecasting, budgets and consolidation and reporting of the City. Provides recommendations to strategically enhance financial performance and business opportunities of the City. Acts as Treasurer of the City and keeps accurate records of funds to reflect the City’s accurate financial condition. Position requires a combination of training and experience equivalent to: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, economics or related field as well as a graduate level degree in accounting, finance, business Administration or related field. Possession of a valid driver’s license. At least five years of municipal or business administrative experience preferred. Ability to work non-standard hours such as nights, holidays and weekends. Applicants must be bonded or have the ability to become bonded.

For more information regarding the position and qualifications, interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website:

Position will remain open until filled. The City of Enterprise is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Dothan
Public Works Director

Deadline to apply February 28, 2021

Send Resume and Cover Letter to:
Delvick J. McKay, Personnel Director or City of Dothan, P.O. Box 2128 Dothan, AL 36302

The Public Works Director directs the city’s public works operations, including environmental services, street maintenance, traffic engineering, and engineering services functions. Work is performed under policies and directives of the Assistant City Manager or City Manager; however, independent judgment and discretion must be exercised in the supervision of all subordinates.

Job Summary:

  • Manages department budget, personnel, and equipment to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of department operations and provides instruction and guidance to division managers.
  • Gives leadership and assists division managers in the overall operation of the environmental service, traffic engineering, engineering service, and street maintenance divisions.
  • Determines and coordinates capital improvement projects; manages capital improvements, large highway infrastructure projects, and other public works projects.
  • Reviews and approves department purchase requisitions and bids. Prepares and manages contracts with professional consultants and contractors.
  • Communicates with the City Manager and City Commission on matters related to project requests, complaints and other issues, and citizen questions and concerns.
  • Provides engineering expertise for in house Street Division projects and reviews reports, studies, cost estimates, and other information in order to make informed decisions.
  • Manages and coordinates debris management during storm events. Reviews storm drainage/flood plain issues with employees, consultants, engineers, and the public.
  • Acquires rights-of-way and other property for city use. Makes presentations to civic groups to promote city projects; provides information and interviews to the news media regarding department projects.

Requirements Include:

Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university accredited by an accreditation agency recognized by the U. S. Department of Education (USDE) or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) in Civil Engineering or a closely related field. Master’s Degree in Engineering or closely related field is preferred, and registered Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Alabama is preferred. Ten (10) years of progressive experience in the administrative operation and leadership of a municipal department, to include: solid waste/collection/disposal, streets and storm drainage, traffic engineering, engineering design and inspection, and wastewater collection systems. As a condition of employment, one (1) year to obtain registration as Professional Engineer (PE) in the State of Alabama is required upon hire.

Compensation and Benefits: The Public Works Director compensation will be highly competitive and the salary range is $107,910.40 - $172,640.00 and will include a benefit package to include health, dental, voluntary insurance, and retirement benefits.

City of Northport
City Administrator

Closing Date: Monday, March 1, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m. If mailed must be postmarked by Friday, February 26, 2021.

Turn in application to: Director of Human Resources, P.O. Box 569, 3500 McFarland Blvd., Northport, AL 35476 

Summary: Responsible for the day to day administrative operations of the City and its departments. The powers and responsibilities of the City Administrator are those specifically set out by the City Council and the ultimate responsibility for the operation of the City is vested with its elected officials. Serves as City Clerk and Treasurer.

Salary: FLSA Status: Exempt; Contract Position – Salary Dependent on Experience.
Salary Range $130,000-$160,0000 annually


A. Administrative Duties (60%)

  • Collaborates with department heads to prepare the annual budget for submittal to the City Council.
  • Acts as the Appointing Authority for the City with the authority to investigate, conduct, and discipline, all employees of the City, except department heads, as provided by the Civil Service Act and appropriate departmental policies.
  • Prepares the agenda for all Council meetings and serves as the Council’s principle staff advisor.
  • Prepares and recommends to the Council, Mayor and Civil Service Board any changes in the personnel classification and compensation plan of the City.
  • Acts as the purchasing agent for the City.
  • Conducts and manages municipal elections.
  • Issues all licenses for the City.
  • Reviews and approves the recommendations of the Finance Director regarding the placement of all City investment funds and banking accounts maintained by the Finance Director.
  • Coordinates the activities of the various department heads to further the goals and objectives established by the City Council.
  • Is responsible for providing the centralization of the administrative responsibilities of the City.

B. Council Liaison/Public Relations (30%)

  • Represents the Council and ensures that its policies and procedures are carried out in a highly professional manner.
  • Serves as a policy advisor to the Council and Mayor on revenues, laws, policies and administrative procedures of the City.
  • Keeps the Council and Mayor fully informed about the financial condition of the City.
  • Provides the Mayor and Council with accurate and specific knowledge of numerous matters that affect the operation of the City.
  • Develops and submits plans to the Council and Mayor for long-range improvements.
  • Receives and settles claims against the City.
  • Takes minutes of all Council meetings; finalizes and distributes minutes.
  • Responsible for questions and complaints from the public.
  • Acts as custodian for the City Council of all municipal properties, real and personal.

C. Records/Reports (10%)

  • Acts as custodian of the City Seal and serves as the official keeper of all municipal records.

D. Is accessible while on duty and works harmoniously with all employees and citizens.

E. Performs any other job related duties in a safe manner as assigned by the City Council.



  • Must have a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Seven to ten years of progressively responsible administrative experience required.
  • A minimum of five years of local government experience required.
  • Must hold City Clerk certification or be able to obtain one in a three (3) year period.
  • Must be bondable.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and have a safe driving record.
  • Full time residency in Tuscaloosa County is preferred.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Knowledge of all areas of local government, including but not limited to the following; public safety, public works, city planning and management, building and construction, finance and human resources.
  • Extensive knowledge of the general layout of the City, including schools, businesses, residential areas, etc.
  • Extensive knowledge of State laws and local ordinances that impact the day to day operations of the local government.
  • Thorough knowledge of the Civil Service Act.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Good bookkeeping and mathematical skills.
  • Excellent managerial skills.
  • Ability to supervise in an impartial, yet firm manner.
  • Ability to schedule own time and work against deadlines.
  • Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with other employees.
  • Ability to maintain an effective working relationship with other employees and must be able to treat employees, Council, Mayor and citizens with dignity and respect.
  • Must be able to maintain regular attendance on the job.

Physical Characteristics:

  • See well enough to read and print numbers without error.
  • Hear well enough to understand normal conversation.
  • Speak well enough to converse with large groups and other City employees.
  • See well enough to read text on a computer monitor.
  • Have mobility to move freely about the office.
  • Have ability to enter, exit and operate a motorized vehicle.

Applications may be obtained from the City of Northport Receptionist or by visiting the City of Northport website, Please see job description for all requirements and qualifications.No phone calls please!

The City of Northport is proud to be a “Drug Free Workplace”.  The City of Northport is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

City of Talladega
City Manager

The City of Talladega, Alabama announces the following position for hire: City Manager

The position of City Manager serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the City. A master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration, 5 years of professional and progressive work experience in a municipal government, and 2 years of management and supervisory experience within a municipal government is required.

Familiarity with laws governing municipal operations, long-range strategic planning, grant writing and administration and excellent communication skills are preferred.

The position offers a comprehensive benefits package and starting salary of $85,000 negotiable DOE.

Submit cover letter and resume not later than Feburuary 15, 2021 to:
Office of City Attorney
Attention: Michael A. O'Brien, Esq.
P.O. Drawer 277
Talladega, AL 356161

City of Tuskegee
City Manager

 Filing Deadline - Continuous

Nature of Work: The City of Tuskegee is located in east-central Alabama and is 40 miles east of Montgomery, the State Capitol. Tuskegee is the county seat of Macon County, that was founded and laid out in 1833 by General Thomas Simpson Woodward, a Creek War veteran under Andrew Jackson. It is the largest community and one of four incorporated towns in a predominantly rural county, incorporated in 1843. Presently, Tuskegee is the largest city in Macon County with a population of slightly over 8,000 (as of 2015), down from 11,846 in 2000. The City has an area of 15.7 square miles — 15.5 of which is land, and 0.2 of which is water. 

Job Summary: The City Manager is the administrator appointed to run the day-to-day operations of local government. The City Manager manages city administration to operate in accordance to the policies set by the City Council. The City Manager ensures all laws, resolution, policies and directives are carried out. Makes recommendations to the governing body for appointment or termination of department heads; directs activities of and counsels all department heads and other personnel in his/her jurisdiction. Makes organizational recommendations to increase operational efficiency. Serves as a city liaison with community, state and federal agencies. Investigates all complaints concerning the administration and operation of city services. Advises council as to financial condition and needs of city; attends all council meetings.

Duties and Responsibilities: Administers the policies of the City Council, Code of ordinances of the City, and State and Federal laws pertaining to the City; ensures all laws, City ordinances, resolutions, policies and directives are carried out; directs the activities of all department heads; appoints, disciplines and removes department heads as necessary. Exercises control over all departments in existence and departments that may be created in the future; makes recommendations to Council on the creation, consolidation and combining of offices, positions or departments of the administrative and operational departments of the City; plans, organizes and supervises the operations of the City’s various department heads to ensure efficiency, economy and cooperation among departments and with other agencies, commissions, committees, etc.; investigates all complaints related to the administration and operation of the City government and services maintained or provided by the City; attends all meetings of Council with the duty of reporting any matter concerning City affairs under his supervision or direction and to attend such other meetings of the City departments and officials as his/her duties may require; serves as a policy advisor to the Council and Mayor on needed revenues, laws, policies and administrative procedures of the City; procures and submits plans to Council and Mayor for long-range improvements; serves as public relations officer of the City; represents the City in public and professional meetings and other various activities; performs such other duties and exercise over other powers as may be delegated to him/her from time to time by ordinance or resolution of the Mayor and Council. Monitors reports and makes recommendations regarding the City budget. 


  • Master’s degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Urban Planning, or equivalent related field
  • 5-7 years of progressive administration/management experience in governmental or financial management
  • Experience in community development, strongly desired
  • Must possess good character and integrity
  • Strong planning skills
  • Customer-oriented
  • Able to manage a diverse team of subordinates and department heads
  • Strong oral and written communication skills

Special Requirements:

  • Must be willing to work nonstandard hours, weekends and holidays as required to complete work assignments
  • If considered for hire, applicant must also pass a background check and drug/alcohol screening
  • City residency will be required.

Compensation and Benefits: The City Manager’s compensation will be competitive commensurate with experience and will include an attractive benefit package. 

How to Apply: The position will remain open until filled and will move forward immediately upon receipt of a sufficient pool of well-qualified applicants. If interested, please submit your cover letter, resume, and salary expectations immediately and include CITY MANAGER in the subject line.  

The City of Tuskegee is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

City of Enterprise
City Administrator

 Filing Deadline - Continuous

Nature of Work: The City of Enterprise, Alabama, pop. 28,376, is accepting applications for the position of City Administrator. The City of Enterprise currently employs approximately 280 full-time and 45 part-time seasonal employees.

This position involves a wide range of managerial, administrative and financial duties. The City Administrator is responsible, under the direction of the Mayor, for the daily administration of city, water board (if so designated by said board)and other related activities to include the preparation, implementation, and maintenance of documentation and projects related to council and various board actions. Oversees the business and financial activities of all city operations.

Conducts budget meetings with department heads, including the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer, and submits budgets to the city council and mayor in coordination with the Chief Financial Officer/Treasurer and Mayor.

Integrates budget amendments received from the City Council and Mayor.

Makes investment recommendations to the City Council and mayor.

The City Administrator serves pursuant to appointment by City Council, upon nomination made by the Mayor, for the same term as the Mayor and Council.

The City Administrator assists the Mayor, who is the chief executive officer of the City, with personnel issues and decisions as to various personnel and departments.

Required Qualifications/Experience: Position requires a combination of training and experience equivalent to:

  •  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration or related field as well as a Master’s Degree in Business Administration or related field.
  •  Possession of a valid driver’s license.
  •  At least five years of municipal or business administrative experience preferred.
  •  Ability to work non-standard hours such as nights, holidays and weekends.
  •  Applicants must be bonded or have the ability to become bonded.

For more information regarding the position and qualifications, interested candidates are encouraged to visit our website:

Position will remain open until filled. The City of Enterprise is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

County of Montgomery
Deputy Administrator

Date Opened - 10/28/2020 10:46 AM
Filing Deadline - Continuous
 Jurisdictions - Montgomery County
Salary - $89,701.00/year
Department - County Commission
Employment Type - Full-Time

Nature of Work: The fundamental reason this position exists is to carry out the planning, organizational, and operational activities and functions for the county as delegated by the County Administrator. Work responsibilities include assisting the County Administrator with financial and budget management, Alabama Competitive Bid Laws and Public Works Law Compliance; planning, organizing and coordinating staffing functions; coordinating and directing county operations and support functions; managing and directing supervisory management training programs; developing and implementing managerial and operational policies and procedures; supervises professional employees; and monitoring the implementation of grant funded programs. Work demands the ability to use independent judgment and initiative when making decisions that impact county operations. This position reports to the County Administrator.

Minimum Qualifications -  Master’s degree in public or business administration or related field and a minimum of ten (10) years of progressive management and supervisory experience in public administration, finance, or personnel administration, with at least five of the ten years at an executive-level management position such as a division, department or agency head. Experience in a county or municipal environment is preferred.

How to Apply -  Complete an online application by visiting