A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
City of Pacifica, CA
Located in San Mateo County just twelve miles south of San Francisco, Pacifica (pop. 40,000) feels worlds away from it, yet is easily accessible from Highway 1. The most panoramic coastal town in the San Francisco Bay Area, Pacifica is famous for its six miles of scenic coastline, classic California beaches, breathtaking vistas, and charming ambience. Appointed by a five-member City Council, the City Manager will oversee this full-service city (contract fire services) with 180 FTEs and proposed FY 2017/18 general fund budget of $31.1M. Proven, experienced local government professionals with generalist and/or operational backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Those candidates with a solid understanding of municipal budgeting and finance as well as funding mechanisms to address infrastructure improvements; labor relations experience; and experience and/or familiarity of coastal zone, open space, and environmental issues and related regulatory agencies will be very strongly considered. Bachelor’s degree in public or business administration or a related field is required; Master’s preferred. Annual salary in the low $200,000 range (DOQE); CalPERS Classic 2.5% @ 55.
To apply for this exciting career opportunity, please send your resume and cover letter electronically to:
Peckham & McKenney
Please do not hesitate to contact Bobbi Peckham toll-free at (866) 912-1919 if you have any questions regarding this position or recruitment process.
Filing Deadline: June 26, 2017.
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