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.
Salary: $114,288 - $156,012 Annually
Open Until Filled
Priority Screen Date: December 22, 2017
The County of Monterey seeks a seasoned administrative professional to serve in the role of Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of applicable laws, ordinances and regulations, a strong understanding of public agency business, as well as excellent leadership skills that combine common sense, determination, and diplomacy to garner respect and handle difficult situations. This individual must be articulate, intelligent, and ethical while possessing the flexibility to adjust quickly to changing priorities, and possess the ability, knowledge and judgment to anticipate needs of others and tactfully guide toward quality outcomes. Adaptability, problem solving skills, and creativity are also characteristics that will be highly valued in this position. The selected candidate must embrace their role as a leader and act as a mentor to new and existing staff to afford them opportunities for professional development. A hands-on management approach and an open-door policy will fit well in the organization.
The Clerk of the Board of Supervisors is a department head-level position appointed by the County Administrative Officer (CAO) and a key member of the County executive leadership team, responsible for leading a team to provide high-quality Clerk of the Board Office (COB) services to the Board, County departments and the public, with an emphasis on service, efficiency, and transparency.
To view the job flyer visit: http://www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel/jobs/Clerk-of-the-Board-of-Supervisors.pdf
Monterey County website & to apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty
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