A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
The City of Millbrae is recruiting for an experienced human resources professional to be their next Administrative Services Director. The Administrative Services Department has an annual budget of $2 million and is organized into two divisions – the Human Resources (staffed with the Administrative Services Director, a part-time Executive Assistant, and a part-time HR technician) and the Recreation Division (staffed with a Recreation Superintendent and 5 full-time employees who coordinate 40 part-time staff). The Administrative Services Director reports to the City Manager and serves as a key member of the City’s Executive Team. This position requires a dynamic and innovative professional who is confident and able to speak with clarity and authority on a variety of issues. This position requires a bachelor’s degree in human resources management, public or business administration or a closely related field and five year of human resources experience, including 2 years in a supervisory or administrative role. The annual salary ranges up to $201,000 and is supplemented by a generous benefit program which can be viewed at www.publicsectorsearch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/millbrae-mgt-benefits-01-11-18.pdf. An electronic brochure for the position can be found at https://www.publicsectorsearch.com/jobs/admin-services-director-millbrae/
Candidates are encouraged to submit early in the process because this recruitment is considered open until filled. The selection process may be accelerated at the discretion of the City once a highly qualified pool of candidates has been established. Apply by sending a compelling cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Gary Peterson at (916) 622-5323.
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