Avalon Councilwoman Pamela Albers has passed away, according to the city. She was 62 years old.
Assistant City Manager
City of Brentwood, CA
“Better in Brentwood”
The City of Brentwood is situated in the center of an emerging mega-region that is one of the fastest growing economies in the United States. The well-planned growth of Brentwood took the population of 3,500 to nearly 63,000 residents today, with an anticipated build-out population of close to 80,000. Brentwood offers a high quality of life with competitively priced housing in beautiful, safe, family-friendly neighborhoods; excellent public schools; and small-town charm with big-city amenities. This is an opportunity to join one of the most collaborative, dynamic, and professional leadership teams in the state. Brentwood is financially stable with a total budget of $324.4M, CIP budget of $80.5M, and 299 FTEs providing a full range of services. Focusing on economic development to increase jobs in the region, a Council-approved Strategic Action Plan is ready for action, and the selected Assistant City Manager will be primarily responsible for leading and implementing this plan.
Proven management and leadership experience and a thorough understanding of economic development, zoning and land use, commercial real estate, and municipal finance and budgeting is strongly desired. Candidates with leadership experience as a Deputy/Assistant City Manager or City Manager in a smaller community are strongly encouraged to apply. A Bachelor’s degree with major course work in public administration, business administration, or a related field is required; a Master’s degree is highly desirable. The annual salary range is $174,516 to $212,125; appointment DOQE.
To view a detailed brochure and apply, please visit:
Peckham & McKenney
Resumes are acknowledged within two business days. Call Bobbi Peckham at (866) 912-1919 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at www.peckhamandmckenney.com.
Filing deadline is January 9, 2019.
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