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ACCOUNTANT–GRANTS/BONDS—The city of Springdale is currently accepting applications for the position of accountant—grants/bonds. Interested persons should submit an application to the Human Resources Department. This posting will remain open until the position is filled. The incumbent assists the finance director in providing financial and accounting services for the city. The incumbent is responsible to perform technical and administrative professional accounting work in maintaining the fiscal records and systems of the city. The job objective is to ensure grants, bonds and other special program accounts are reconciled, balanced and maintained in accordance with established policies and procedures. Qualified applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in accounting or related area and 2-4 years of experience in accounting, management reporting or auditing in a Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) or Government Accounting Standards Board (GASB) environment. Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Public Finance Officer (CPFO) or Certified Government Financial Manager (CGFM) preferred. Annual salary $49,382 - $61,728. To apply, you must submit a city of Springdale application. Visit www.springdalear.gov/789/Current-Job-Openings to apply or email jobs@springdalear.gov to request an application. Resumes will not be accepted without an accompanying application. EOE and drug-free workplace.    

DEPUTY DIRECTOR WATER & SEWER LINE MAINTENANCE—The city of Fort Smith’s next deputy director of water and sewer line maintenance will be an innovative, dedicated manager and self-motivated leader who can maintain a collaborative and supportive work environment in the department. The deputy director will strategically manage the department’s operational goals and will work harmoniously with department managers to carry out the organization’s assigned duties. The deputy director will evaluate and recommend improvements to existing programs and propose new initiatives as needed for department and system effectiveness, efficiency, safety and full compliance with state and federal requirements. The chosen candidate will possess a comprehensive knowledge of water and wastewater systems as well as the state laws and regulations governing their administration and have the technical skills required to operate and manage municipal utility systems. It will be vitally important for the next deputy director to possess a well-rounded background of both engineering knowledge and management experience coupled with a successful track record of delivering excellent business operations. The successful candidate should be able to interpret and develop technical drawings, specifications and contracts, and have extensive knowledge of electrical and mechanical systems. Specific training and continuing education in the water and wastewater fields is critical. The chosen candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, business administration or related area, with at least 10 years of experience working with water and wastewater systems. A master’s degree is a plus. Five years of supervisory experience, including three years of administrative or managerial experience, is required. A Grade 4 Arkansas Water Distribution Operator License is required or the selected candidate must obtain the license within one year of employment. The starting salary for this position is up to $100,000 annually, dependent on qualifications and experience, with growth potential to $118,913. Please apply online at https://www.governmentresource.com/executive-recruitment/open-recruitments/fort-smith-ar-deputy-director-of-water-sewer-line-maintenance. For more information on this position contact: Gary Holland, senior vice president, Strategic Government Resources, GaryHolland@governmentresource.com, 405-269-3445.

FINANCE DIRECTOR—The city of Bentonville is looking for a finance director. Position acts as chief financial officer for the city. Leads the financial management of all city departments and reports directly to the mayor. Serves as lead person on projects that require a “team approach” and inter-department coordination. Responds to city council legislated action by ensuring that necessary financial and administrative functions of the city are carried out in a professional and timely manner. Performs fiscal administrative work in analyzing, controlling, recommending, writing and implementing policies concerning city finances, budget management, purchasing and utility billing. Develops strategies to ensure the fiscal well-being of the city by carrying out necessary reporting requirements, reviewing financial conditions, and causing internal work audits to be performed, while promoting and maintaining transparency, efficiency and accountability. Prescribes rules, regulations and administrative policies/procedures, including staffing, job assignments, major financial decisions and plans/procedures for all city departments. Works with the mayor, city council and staff on large financial projects like bond proposals and management of municipal bonds. The finance director prepares the mayor, city council and staff for presentations and advises on key project decisions. The finance director prepares the mayor, city council and staff for presentations and advises them on key decisions on these projects. Manages subordinate supervisors (assistant finance director, purchasing manager, and utility billing and collections manager, who supervise 20-25 employees in their respective departments). Fifth year college or university program certificate in business, accounting or a related field and seven to 10 years related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience. CPA desired but not required. A complete job description and hiring pay range are available on request. The city of Bentonville is committed to providing equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, marital status, veteran status, political status, disability status or genetic information, as required by all federal and state laws. The city’s commitment extends to all employment related decisions, terms and conditions of employment (including job opportunities), promotions, pay and benefits. For more information visit www.bentonvillear.com/Jobs.aspx.

HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIALIST—The city of Eureka Springs is looking for a historic preservation specialist to be the lead administrator for the city’s Historic District Commission as well as the Planning and Zoning Commission. Responsibilities would include: oversight of Certified Local Government programs and grants; communication, programing, and follow-through for Historic District and Planning Commissions; research, write and assist with grants and maintain records for all city grants as required; serves as liaison between the city and local groups; continuing education in the principles and practices of urban and land use in all related fields. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from a four-year college or university or 10 years of experience in related field. Be knowledgeable in the areas of historic preservation, grant writing and planning administration. Qualified persons should be self-motivated, able to speak and engage in public forums, fluid with public relations, technologically savvy and have exceptional organizational skills. Applicants who are interested in applying should send their resume, cover letter and contact information to HumanResources@eurekaspringsar.gov.

SPORTS COMPLEX COORDINATOR—The city of Elkins is accepting applications for the position of sports complex coordinator. Requirements for the position are knowledge of athletic programming and planning, knowledge of computer operations, ability to organize and lead a group of volunteers in a manner to achieve good performance and maintain high morale. Must be able to work a flexible schedule this includes nights and weekends. Good physical condition and sufficient strength to do lifting and carrying as required. Ability to lift up to 50 pounds. Possession of valid driver’s license. Ability to make public presentations and organize events. Organizational skills. Ability to maintain facilities and fields to keep them in playable condition. Ability to resolve conflict in a professional manner. Responsible for total implementation of recreation programming. Compiles reports to evaluate the level of success of programs and reports to the head of the department and board. Tracks revenues and expenses to assure budget compliance and prepares a budget proposal each fall to reflect actual expenses. Responsible for maintaining facility conditions, which may include but not limited to operation of equipment such as tractors, mowers and groomers. Connects with city staff, board and volunteer staff to make sure lines of communication stay current and accurate. To be the active representative from the city of Elkins on the Washington County Civic League (WCCL) board. Participate, as necessary, in any WCCL meetings, activities and events. Assist in the administration and promotion of the WCCL in a manner that best benefits the league and the city of Elkins. Any other assigned duties required by the head of the department and/or board. Minimum of high school degree or equivalent, bachelor’s degree in recreation or physical education preferred but not required. The sports complex coordinator at is someone who is motivated, self-driven and organized. The job requires someone that is ready to learn and to look for new ways to help shape and grow our current program for our kids and families in the community. Must be able to plan ahead, effectively communicate with parents and program participants. Salary based on experience. You may apply at the city of Elkins, 1874 Stokenbury Road Elkins, AR 72727; or fax resume to 479-643-3368. Please contact the city of Elkins if you have any questions at 479-643-3400. Open until filled.

SR. PURCHASING AGENT—The city of Fayetteville seeks applicants for the position of senior purchasing agent. This senior level position manages the majority of the city’s construction bids, RFPs and RFQs amongst various other duties. This is in a fast-paced, high-volume bidding environment where attention to detail is critical and multi-tasking is necessary. This position also has a great energetic supportive team who work great together. To learn more about this position or to submit an application, please visit Careers at www.fayetteville-ar.gov or contact Andrea Foren, NIGP-CPP, purchasing manager, at aforen@fayetteville-ar.gov.

WATER RECLAMATION/WASTEWATER MANAGER—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. A bachelor’s degree 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, are required. 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. Candidates must possess and maintain a Florida Department of Environmental Protection 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 is $81,764.80-$130,832.00 DOQE. Please apply online at www.governmentresource.com/executive-recruitment/open-recruitments/cape-coral-fl-water-reclamation-wastewater-manager. For more information on this position contact Kurt Hodgen at KurtHodgen@GovernmentResource.com or 540-820-0531.

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