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Marin County LAFCO, CA
The Marin Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) serves picturesque Marin County in the northern San Francisco Bay area. One of the most prestigious and sought-after counties in the nation, Marin County is located just across the Golden Gate Bridge. The County includes 11 incorporated cities: Belvedere, Corte Madera, Fairfax, Larkspur, Mill Valley, Novato, Ross, San Anselmo, San Rafael, Sausalito and Tiburon as well as unincorporated areas.
Mandated by the State legislature, every county in California has a Local Agency Formation Commission to encourage the orderly formation of local governmental agencies. The eleven-member Commission consists of seven regular commissioners and four alternates that represent the county, cities or special districts within the County of Marin.
The Commission is seeking a new Executive Officer that is stable, innovative and dynamic with exemplary professional qualifications. The successful candidate will have outstanding oral and written communication skills, excellent judgment, strong follow-through, impeccable work ethics, and a proven management, budgetary and supervisory track record.
The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Public Policy, Planning, Political Science, Geography or other related area. A graduate degree in related field is desirable. Four years experience in planning, environmental affairs, economic development, utility or city/county government, two years of which were in a progressive, more responsible supervisory or management capacity.
Salary is competitive and will be commensurate with qualifications.
Please send your cover letter and resume electronically to: Peckham & McKenney
Resumes acknowledged within two business days. Call Clay Phillips at (866) 912-1919 for more information. A detailed brochure is available at www.peckhamandmckenney.com
Filing deadline is May 4, 2018.
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