Administrative Services Director

City of Half Moon Bay

The City of Half Moon Bay (population 13,000) is offering an outstanding career opportunity for a hands-on leader with strong communication skills to serve as Administrative Services Director. With an adopted General Fund Budget of $17.75 million for FY 2018-19, the City has seen steady growth in revenues over the past eight years. The Administrative Services Director is an at-will position reporting directly to the City Manager and is the financial strategist for this public organization. The Administrative Services Department has a $2.1 million budget, 8 total full-time positions, and is responsible for planning, managing, supervising, and directing the day-to-day management and operations of the Department. The Director will be well versed in all aspects of municipal finance and will also be expected to have a working knowledge of sound human resource policies and practices, as well as have a general understanding of how technology can serve to enhance capacity and efficiency within City operations. A Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of increasingly responsible experience in financial management and analysis, budget development, accounting, and treasury including four years managing professional staff. An advanced degree is desired. While a CPA designation is not required, it may be an added plus combined with a well-rounded financial career in local government. Annual salary for this position will be $160,440 to $194,976 plus an excellent benefits package, including PERS retirement.
Serious candidates may request to meet confidentially with Heather Renschler at the GFOA Conference in Los Angeles on Monday, May 20th or Tuesday, May 21st. Please contact Ralph Andersen & Associate’s Recruitment Scheduler, Tina Keller, at (916) 630-4900 to coordinate an in-person meeting during the conference. Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to by Monday, June 3, 2019. Confidential inquires welcomed to Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at .  


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