Homewood, IL, United States
VILLAGE OF HOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS
ASSISTANT VILLAGE MANAGER
GovHR USA is pleased to announce the recruitment of candidates and selection process for the next Assistant Village Manager for the Village of Homewood.
About the Community
Located just 22 miles south of the Chicago Loop, the Village of Homewood (population 19,543) is a vibrant community with award-winning schools, a thriving downtown, newly redeveloped shopping areas with many national retailers, tree-shaded neighborhoods and charming homes in all sizes and styles. Homewood residents warmly refer to their town as “Home Sweet Homewood” with great pride and enduring community spirit.
About the Position – Duties and Requirements
Appointed by and reporting to the Village Manager, the Assistant Village Manager assists the Village Manager with managing the day to day operations of the Village. This includes oversight of department operations; policy and process implementation and compliance review; financial forecasting and budgeting; research and analysis; and coordination of a wide variety of special projects. The Assistant Village Manager supervises the IT Manager and Events Director, and is the organization’s Human Resources Manager which includes serving as lead negotiator in labor contract negotiations.
Qualified individuals will be expected to have a strong background in Human Resources, including experience with risk management and labor relations, project management and a minimum of six years experience in a local public agency in an administrative and managerial capacity involving responsibility for the planning, organization, implementation and supervision of varied programs.
Bachelor’s Degree in public administration or related field required, Master’s degree is preferred. Candidates should possess strong skills and/or experience in effective service delivery, creative problem solving, and public presentations in a team-management orientation. Excellent interpersonal/communication skills are essential.
Compensation and Benefits
The Village offers a salary range of $88,365 - $118,456. Appointment salary DOQ. A comprehensive benefit package includes participation in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF), health insurance including medical, dental, and vision coverage (also available to dependents), life insurance, flexible spending account and voluntary participation in a deferred compensation program, with annual contribution from the Village. The Village also offers paid vacation, holidays and personal days and sick time. Residency is required within 24 months of starting the position, with moving assistance available on a case-by-case basis.
Candidates should apply online immediately with a resume, cover letter and contact information for three professional references. First review of candidates shall occur on April 21, 2017.
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The Village of Homewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer
San Miguel County, CO, United States
San Miguel County, CO (pop. 7,800) A dynamic, resort community with beautiful mountains, ranch lands and high desert areas, seeks candidates to serve as its next County Building Official. Located in Western Colorado, the County is rich in history. Its built environment includes large, high-end residences, commercial properties, and western ranches. The world class Telluride Ski Resort is located here. The County’s largest towns are Telluride, Norwood, and Mountain Village. Residents enjoy excellent schools, high quality municipal services, and access to extensive public lands. Easily accessible outdoor activities include hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, skiing (both nordic and alpine), snow shoeing, and four-wheel driving. Numerous festivals and social activities are also available.
This position manages, coordinates, and performs professional plan reviews and inspections and is also involved in building code reviews, updates, and code enforcement activities. The position reports to the Director of Planning and Building. The County’s built environment is largely oriented to residential structures and includes a full spectrum of buildings from modest homes to large, complex, high end residences. The ability to work effectively with all citizens, the building community, and other departments is critical to the success of this position.
Candidates will be expected to have: two to four years’ education from an accredited college or university in construction, civil engineering, architecture, or related field; three to five years of experience in professional building inspection or construction with at least two of those years in a supervisory or management capacity. Experience with large, high end, complex residential structures and plan reviews is very important. Also, highly desired is a working knowledge of electronic permit tracking systems or other data base management systems and familiarity with GIS. Finally, experience with energy efficiency and green building codes is a plus. Additional building management experience may be accepted in lieu of educational requirements. In conducting inspection candidates must perform physical inspections requiring the full range of body movements in all types of weather conditions. Candidates must possess an International Code Council (ICC) Building Inspector and Plan Examiner certificate and possess or obtain a valid Colorado driver’s license. An ICC Mechanical Inspector license is desired.
The next Building Official must have high integrity and a demonstrated track record of effective customer service and team building. The successful candidate will have strong communication and supervisory skills, and the ability to manage daily activities with a minimum of oversight from the Director of Planning and Building. Salary range is $72,112-$79,600 with starting salary to step five (DOQ) and an attractive benefits package including a program for down payment assistance for homes bought or built in San Miguel County. Candidates should apply by Monday, April 3, 2017 with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five professional references to www.govhrusa.com/current-positions/recruitment to the attention of Cristi Musser, Vice President or Sarah McKee, Vice President, GovHRUSA, 630 Dundee Road #130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: 847-380-3240; Fax: 866-401-3100.
Wausau, WI, United States
City Assessor, Wausau, WI (pop. 39,160). Progressive, mature, full-service city with a lively downtown, Wausau is 95 miles northwest of Green Bay in Marathon County. Located on the shores of the Wisconsin River, Wausau is a friendly community known for its beautiful neighborhoods, vibrant corporations, dining and shopping opportunities, and abundant year-round recreational activities.
The City seeks an experienced leader to serve as City Assessor. This is a complex managerial and administrative position working closely with the Mayor, Assessor’s Office staff, and other City Departments to develop and maintain accurate and timely property value information for tax purposes, and to serve as a focal point linking many aspects of the City’s property-related information systems. The City Assessor must possess strong and proven leadership competencies.
The City is a Class 2 city, its equalized value is $2.6 billion and there are approximately 15,300 parcels. The City also provides assessment services for the adjoining city of Schofield, with an equalized value of more than $209 million.
The ideal candidate will possess, or have the ability to quickly obtain, State of Wisconsin Department of Revenue Assessor II certification.
The City is seeking:
An energetic, ethical and experienced leader.
Strong technical and interpersonal skills.
A commitment to high professional standards is required.
Candidate must have:
An inclusive managerial style.
Clear, concise, and open communication skills.
The background and knowledge to lead staff and collaborate with other City Departments regarding property-related information systems of the City.
Bachelor’s degree in real estate, appraisal, public administration or accounting.
10 or more years of experience in commercial and residential valuation is required.
Starting salary: $79,353 (midpoint) +/- with excellent fringe benefits/pension package. Candidates should apply online by April 5, 2017 with resume, cover letter and contact information for five work-related references to the attention of Lee Szymborski, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, 630 Dundee Road, #130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: 847-380-3240. The City of Wausau is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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Woodridge, IL, United States
Woodridge, IL (32,971) Woodridge is a progressive, thoughtfully planned and developed community located in the rich natural area overlooking the DuPage River. A diverse, family oriented community, Woodridge residents enjoy high quality municipal services, beautiful parks and open spaces all while having easy access to the Chicago metropolitan area transportation system. Woodridge residents have a passion for their community, actively participating in community events and community building programs. Located in DuPage, Will and Cook Counties, approximately 30 miles southwest of Chicago, Woodridge has a history of political and administrative stability.
Woodridge is a fiscally strong community with a $46 million total budget and 124 full time employees. The Village Administrator is appointed by the Mayor and Board of Trustees. The Administrator is responsible for the administration of the Village Board’s goals, policies and programs as well as the management of the Village’s services. Woodridge is a full service community providing police, public works, community development, and finance operations. Fire and emergency medical services are provided by three separate fire protection districts. There have been two Village Administrators since 1990. The Mayor and six Village Board members are elected at large on a non-partisan basis and conduct deliberations in a civil, transparent manner.
Candidates must have experience in:
Successful administration of municipal operations in a suburban city/village with the desire to seek and implement entrepreneurial approaches when appropriate.
Will have extremely well developed oral and written communication skills.
Will exhibit a collaborative, welcoming approach with elected officials, residents, the business community, and employees.
Requires a bachelor’s degree in public policy, planning or related field.
Minimum of seven to ten years of increasingly responsible management experience in municipal government.
Master’s degree in public administration, business administration or related field is highly desired.
Residency within a reasonable commuting distance is highly desired.
Starting salary range: $165,000 - $175,000 DOQ with excellent benefits. Apply online with resume, cover letter, and contact information for three professional references by April 10, 2017 to the attention of Heidi Voorhees, 630 Dundee Road, Suite 130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel: 847-380-3243.
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