In November, City News reported on an FBI raid at the
San Leandro is located on the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay, between Oakland and Hayward, only 23 minutes from downtown San Francisco. A friendly and diverse city of almost 90,000 residents, San Leandro is a community of distinctive residential neighborhoods full of charming and unique older homes on tree-lined streets. For the Bay Area, San Leandro is considered an affordable and high-quality community. San Leandro residents are proud of both their neighborhoods and their city, which is reflected by their active community involvement. Collaboration has been key to our success in keeping neighborhoods clean, safe and beautiful.
The Assistant City Manager plays a critical management role working closely with the City Manager and each City department head. The individual will serve as the principal assistant to the City Manager and as the City’s second ranking administrative officer. The selected individual will also be responsible for direct oversight of up to four City departments, which will be determined based on previous experience, as well as working with the management staff on the development and implementation of Council-directed projects and programs. The Assistant City Manager will be a strategic leader with the ability to work collaboratively across the City organization.
The new Assistant City Manager will have at least six years progressively responsible experience in the administrative and management affairs of City government; four years of which must be at division or departmental management level or higher. The individual must possess a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university, with major course work in public/business administration or a closely-related field. A Master’s degree is highly desired. The annual salary range is $174,816 - $212,496 DOQ, with a scheduled increase of 3% on 1/1/2019. To be considered, please visit the Avery Associates Career Portal at www.averyassoc.net/current-searches/ to upload your letter of interest, resume and contact information including email addresses for five work-related references to Bill Avery by October 15, 2018.
Last month, Minneapolis became the first city in the nation to ban single-family zoning.