Alameda City Council members gathered Tuesday for what was supposed to be a performance evaluation of city manager Jill Keimach.
The Claremont City Council is looking for a dynamic, seasoned professional who will embrace the culture and historic values of our community. Claremont’s citizenry is highly educated and engaged in our decision making process. We are looking for a visionary leader to continue efforts to finance a new police facility, acquire a private water system, develop a Village South specific plan, managing the Gold Line extension, implement the Foothill Boulevard Master Plan, foster community partnerships and strengthen relationship with the prestigious Claremont Colleges and Claremont School District. Additionally, the City is preparing its 2018-20 budget and entering employee contract negotiations. The successful candidate will thrive in a high demand, high expectation, and resident-driven environment.
The next City Manager will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration or closely related field, Master’s Degree is highly desirable, and fifteen years of progressively responsible experience in municipal government, including at least five years at an executive level.
Interested candidates can apply and obtain additional information at www.ci.claremont.ca.us. Closing date: October 27, 2017
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