Director - PWA Administrative Services

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Full-time
VENTURA COUNTY

Director - PWA Administrative Services

County of Ventura, California

Salary: $123,384 - $172,755 annually, plus benefits

The Director - PWA Administrative Services serves as a key member of the PWA executive leadership team and represents the Agency Director and the PWA interacting with employees, the public and other agencies and organizations.  The new Director will be expected to maintain positive working relationships with and provide presentations to key County stakeholders including the Board of Supervisors, agency/department heads, senior management and citizen groups, as well as other members of the public. May act as Agency Director in their absence.

 

Education/Experience:

 

The required knowledge, skills, and abilities can be obtained by completion of a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration or a related field AND a minimum of five (5) years of related supervisory experience at an administrative division/department level.  Also required, is experience managing various projects, functions and programs related to two (2) or more areas listed below:

  • Fiscal services (budgeting, fund accounting, fiscal projections, etc.)
  • Human Resources (recruitments, leave administration, labor relations)
  • Process improvement and strategic planning programs
  • Information technology services
  • Health and safety programs
  • Real Property Management (right-of-way, acquisitions, property appraisals, leasing)
  • Public outreach and media campaigns

 

Experience preparing and making public presentations is a necessary requirement.

First review of resume: January 14, 2019


For further information about this recruitment visit our website at https://hr.ventura.org/. Click here to view the Director - PWA Administrative Services job brochure.  For additional inquiries, email Kelli Fitzgerald at kelli.fitzgerald@ventura.org

 

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