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The City of Maywood (pop. 28,000) is located in Los Angeles County and invites applications for the position of City Manager. The City is seeking a strong and decisive leader who enjoys working in a challenging environment and who can hit the ground running. The City Council is committed to being a positive change agent and desires a City Manager who can assist with this endeavor. The ideal candidate would be a well-rounded executive with knowledge in all areas of municipal operations and with a management style that can foster trust and respect and build a culture of transparency and partnership within and outside of the organization.
The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a Master’s degree is highly desirable. The City desires a candidate with prior experience as a City Manager, Assistant City Manager or other position of leadership in government who can demonstrate that he or she has the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for a City Manager. Bilingual capabilities with fluency in writing and speaking Spanish is highly desirable.
Candidates are encouraged to apply by March 12, 2019 and should email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Questions or inquiries are welcomed to contact the City Attorney at firstname.lastname@example.org. Detailed brochure available at www.cityofmaywood.com.
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