Administrative Services Director

Admin
Full-time
City of Millbrae
2/15/2018
Until Filled
apply@publicsectorsearch.com
650-259-2332

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 apply@publicsectorsearch.comConfidential inquiries are welcomed to Mr. Gary Peterson at (916) 622-5323. 

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