City Manager

City of Redlands

Renowned for its outstanding quality of life and family-friendly small-town feel, the City of Redlands (population  71,000) is seeking a dynamic and accomplished executive to serve as its next City Manager. With a staff of 511 FTEs, the City has a FY 2019/20 adopted budget of $196.2M, a General Fund Budget of $70.2M, and provides a wide range of municipal services. Located within the Office of The City Manager are the departments of Human Resources, Risk Management, Communications and Community Relations, and Emergency Operations. The City Council is seeking a creative and innovative individual to utilize a team approach to problem-solving and be proactive in addressing issues of concern to the City Council and the community. Additionally, the City Manager will be an idea person, able to develop and promote strategic initiatives for the Council’s discussion and consideration, while also incorporating best practices in local government. Requires a Bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree strongly preferred. Also requires 10 years of experience in local government; 5 years of senior level executive management experience is preferred. Salary range will be negotiated based upon qualifications and is highly competitive for the region and will be DOQ. Salary is supplemented by a benefits package including CalPERS retirement. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply immediately by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and 6 professional references to no later than Monday, September 23, 2019. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Mr. P. Lamont Ewell, Ralph Andersen & Associates, at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at

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