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Assistant Community Services Director
City of Menlo Park, CA
Home to a population of more than 32,000, the City of Menlo Park has long been one of the most desirable communities in the Silicon Valley. The City’s Community Services Department is supported by 52 full-time and 125 temporary staff and is organized across the divisions of Administration; Child Care; Community Centers and Gymnastics; and Special Events, Sports and Recreation.
The ideal candidate will be a results-oriented and passionate recreation/community services professional who thrives in a dynamic environment. Menlo Park is seeking an inclusive leader who is inspired by the opportunity to take the city’s well-regarded programs and facilities to the next level. Superior verbal and written communications skills will be expected. Extensive experience with special events and developing creative sponsorship opportunities is strongly preferred. Competitive candidates will have at least five years of relevant and increasingly responsible administrative and supervisory experience along with a Bachelor’s degree. A Master’s degree is preferred.
Current salary range is $122,657 - $172,341; placement within the range DOQE. Salary is supplemented by a competitive benefits package. Closing date: Sunday, May 20, 2018. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com to download recruitment brochure and apply online.
Teri Black ▪ 424.296.3111
Julie Yuan-Miu ▪ 925.820.8436
TERI BLACK & COMPANY, LLC
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