The City of Alameda has selected its next chief executive
CITY OF SANTA MARIA
Director of Public Works
“Shape your career while shaping your community”
Salary: $147,129 – 178,837 DOE/DOQ
Be a part of a progressive and pioneering community.
The City of Santa Maria seeks a Public Works Director who is customer-service focused, a self-starter and a collaborative, inclusive, and motivational leader. The successful candidate will be an engaging leader who combines a strategic, big-picture perspective with strong management and administrative skills. The Director will have experience managing public works projects, strong fiscal and business acumen, and excellent project management, communication, and customer orientation skills. This is a great position for the candidate who is looking to work for an innovative City administration that focuses on reducing process and bureaucracy and making things happen. This job is a chance to work with a top-notch executive team and the professional opportunity to be a transformative executive leader advancing public projects that will serve the community for generations to come.
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Salary and Benefits
The annual salary range is: $147,129 – 178,837 DOE/DOQ; salary will be negotiated depending upon qualifications and experience.
HOW TO APPLY
This is an open continuous recruitment; however, for first consideration apply by November 15th by completing an application and submitting your cover letter and resume to: https://wbrowncreative.com/job-board
Please contact your recruiter, Wendi Brown, with any questions:
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The City of Santa Maria is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
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