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Ventura County is a "general law" county, governed by a five-member, elected–by-district Board of Supervisors. The Supervisors appoint a County Executive Officer (CEO) to oversee the day-to-day operations, as well as to advise, assist and act as an agent for the Board of Supervisors in all matters under the Board's jurisdiction. The Chief of Staff is one of two Assistant CEOs who, along with the County Chief Financial Officer, directly support the CEO. County operations have an operating budget of approximately $2.3 billion with a staffing allocation of 8,900. The County has excellent financial standing with an AAA rating, the highest possible long-term bond rating, from Moody's and Standard & Poor's. The County excels in its financial and business operations which are based in continuous process improvement and was just ranked as the third best largest County in the United States for its use of technology to improve services and boost efficiencies for the public.
Under general direction of the County Executive Officer and Assistant County Executive Officer, plans, organizes, administers, and supervises the activities of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors Division and performs related work as required. The Chief Deputy-Clerk of the Board is an "at-will" classification and is exempt from the "Civil Service."
Qualifying experience would typically include considerable experience in a CEO work unit or related field which has led to the acquisition of the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Comprehensive experience in management and administration in the specific area of assignment; thorough knowledge of current records technology, State code, County ordinances, and regulations governing transcription, maintenance and disposition of official records; thorough skills to use a variety of current computer-based document transcription, storage, and retrieval systems and various types of standard office equipment; and thorough ability to manage staff, analyze problems and take appropriate corrective action, establish and maintain effective relationships with other officials, employees and the public, and manage large volumes of records and prepare clear and concise reports. The required knowledge, skills and abilities also can be obtained by completion of a Bachelor's degree and at least five (5) years of management-level experience in functions related to or similar to Clerk of the Board processes and systems. Required is possession of, and the ability to maintain, a valid California driver license.
How to apply:
To apply, e-mail your current resume to email@example.com or mail a hard copy resume to Dee Emami, County of Ventura, Human Resources Division, 800 S. Victoria Ave., L-#1970, Ventura CA 93009, or submit an on-line application at http://www.ventura.org/jobs and attach your current resume to it.
Filing Deadline: Open until filled
Public Agency/Company Name: County of Ventura, County Executive Office
Contact Name: Dee Emami
Contact Phone Number: (805) 654-3600
Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Billing Address: Dee Emami, 800 S. Victoria Ave., L-1970, Ventura, CA 93009
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