CITY MANAGER—The city of Tifton, Georgia, is seeking applications for a new city manager. Tifton is the county seat of Tift County with an estimated population of 17,000. It is the home of several major educational institutions, a regional medical center, and serves as a center of commerce for the region. The position of city manager is appointed by the mayor and council and is responsible for directing the daily operations of all city departments and works closely with the mayor and council to ensure the vision of the city’s elected officials is implemented. City services are provided by the manager through 15 departments, 152 full-time employees with an operating budget of $16.1 million as well as enterprise funds (water, sewer, gas, solid waste and theater) and a capital budget of approximately $12M. Interested candidates must submit by email a cover letter, resume, at least five job related references with email and phone numbers, as well as salary history no later than December 30, 2022: Lisa Ward, senior associate, Mercer Group Associates, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any questions please call 706-983-9326.
COMPTROLLER—Washington County is seeking applications for a qualified comptroller. Under the general supervision of the chief of staff, and ultimately to the county judge, the comptroller is responsible for performing audits of county financial records, ensuring legislative compliance in all financial transactions and accurately reporting the county’s financial position. The comptroller is responsible for payroll, accounts payable, general ledger, and budgets. The incumbent is responsible for preparing the county budget annually which averages $60,000,000 annually. Payroll covers 1,483 employees with 700 being full time. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring elected officials and department heads expend county monies in compliance with county and state laws. A qualified applicant must possess an understand of fund accounting and possess a college degree in business-related field with seven years’ experience in accounting, preferably government accounting or the equivalent amount of education and experience and five years of management experience. The incumbent should possess an intermediate level of data processing and computer knowledge with spreadsheet and work processing experience. Salary range: $97,118.92 - $133,538.51 DOQE. For more information please contact Washington County Human Resource Department at 479-444-1700, or to apply visit www.washingtoncountyar.gov or email resumes to email@example.com.
GRANTS DIRECTOR—Washington County is seeking applications for a qualified grants director. The grants director is under the general supervision of the chief of staff and is ultimately responsible to the county judge. The incumbent will be designated as the person/department responsible for the proper financial and program administration of grant assistance being sought, received or accounted for Washington County. The grants director will meet with local, county, state and federal officials as required for day-to-day administration of the county’s grant administration programs. Salary Range: $72,477.95 - $99,657.18 DOQE. For more information please contact Washington County Human Resource Department at 479-444-1700, or to apply visit www.washingtoncountyar.gov or email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org.
WATER RECLAMATION/WASTEWATER MANAGER—The city of Cape Coral, Florida, seeks an action-oriented individual, who will energetically take on new opportunities and tough challenges with a sense of urgency and enthusiasm to serve as its next water reclamation/wastewater manager. The chosen candidate will be knowledgeable in relevant federal, state and local regulatory statutes, codes, ordinances and safety regulations, as well as the principles and practices of effective management, organizational structures, administration, budget development and leadership. They will be an excellent communicator with planning, organization, prioritization and time management skills. The manager will be familiar with the Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system. Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in science, engineering, management, public administration or a related field; five years of progressively responsible experience as a wastewater treatment plant operator, as required for an “A” level license; and three years of experience in the supervision of a wastewater treatment facility, which must include all phases of facility wastewater/reuse processes, accounting, budget development and administration assistance. Direct municipal experience is not required if the candidate works or has worked for a private sector wastewater operations contractor who serves municipal clients, and the candidate has the appropriate licensing (“A” in Florida or the equivalent of an “A” in other states). Candidates must possess and maintain a Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) “A” Level or equivalent wastewater treatment plant operator license upon hire or promotion. If new hire with out-of-state license, must obtain and maintain FDEP “A” license within 12 months of hire. Must possess a valid state driver’s license and obtain a valid Florida driver’s license within 30 days of hire or promotion. Reclaimed irrigation water experience and experience in Class A AWT nutrient removal wastewater treatment system facility is preferred. The salary range for this position is $81,764.80-$130,832.00 DOQE. For more information on this position contact: Kurt Hodgen at KurtHodgen@GovernmentResource.com or call 540-820-0531.