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.
Are you looking for an exciting next step in your professional municipal management career? Tired of your lengthy commute, and would like to work closer to home? Consider the City of Eastvale’s current opportunity for an Assistant City Manager!
Eastvale, a city of “Pride, Community and Prosperity”, is one of Western Riverside County’s newest cities with 13.1 square miles, a growing population of over 64,613 residents, and one of the fastest growing cities in the State. An award-winning City, Eastvale was recently ranked the #1 Best Place to Live in California, and #17 of the 50 Best Places to Live in America by Money Magazine. Poised between Interstate 15 and State Routes 91, 60, and 71, and in close proximity to Ontario International Airport, makes access easy for residents, visitors and businesses alike who are able to enjoy the metropolitan advantage, yet enjoy the small-town, neighborly charm of this young community.
A highly qualified, enthusiastic candidate is sought to fill the Assistant City Manager position who will assist in administering day-to-day operations at City Hall. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned professional and forward-thinking “hands on” leader that will foster creativity and innovation, promote change to enhance efficiencies, and effectively identify, develop and utilize the talents and leadership qualities of current staff. The successful candidate will have prior experience in management of multiple functional areas of City administration, specifically including Code Enforcement. The position will assist in managing a “small but mighty team” of 14 employees. Approximately 20 contract services staff also provide a wide range of municipal services. The City’s 2017/18 operating budget is $33,528,087.
A Master’s degree in public administration, or a related field is preferred, and five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in an administrative, managerial, or staff capacity in public sector involving the responsibility for planning, organization, implementation and supervision of varied work programs, preferably including Code Enforcement. The salary for the Assistant City Manager position is dependent upon qualifications within the range of $130,098 - $174,344 annually. The City also offers an attractive benefits package.
If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, provide a cover letter, resume and a list of six professional references using the “Submit Application” feature at HRDPM.COM under “Open Recruitments” or email materials directly to Jobs@HRDPM.COM. The closing date is January 5, 2018. Contact Henry Garcia at (951) 999-1617 or Rhonda Strout-Garcia at (951) 905-0025 for further information.
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