The City of Alameda has selected its next chief executive
Community Development Director
City of Fremont, CA
Fremont’s Community Development Department consists of Planning, Building & Safety, Housing and Code Enforcement. The Department is supported by a team of 72
and an annual operating budget of $37.87 million. Serving as the eastern anchor of the Silicon Valley, the City of Fremont is home to a population of 231,664 and captures metropolitan living at its best.
The ideal candidate will be a well-regarded and experienced planning professional.
He/she will be an outstanding mentor and people manager who exhibits impressive emotional intelligence and political acumen. In addition, he/she will be a credible and confident communicator who is effective in front of a variety of audiences. Seven (7) years of progressively responsible urban planning experience that includes at least two (2) years of management experience overseeing professional staff is desirable. A combination of public and relevant private sector experience will be accepted. A Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, public or business administration or other related field is required. A Master’s degree is preferred.
Salary range $173,743 to $234,552; salary supplemented by a competitive benefits package. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for detailed recruitment brochure and to apply online. This recruitment will close on Sunday, March 11, 2018.
Teri Black s 424.296.3111
Bradley Wardle s 650.450.3299
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