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Park City, Utah
Park City, UT, USA
Under general direction from the Community Development Director, the City Engineer provides technical expertise as the City’s representative for the review of plans for private-sector-built public improvements and inspecting the private-sector construction projects. The City Engineer plans, implements and directs the programs and activities of the City’s Engineering Division, providing design expertise and project management for City capital improvement projects, including the Redevelopment Agency.
Washington Association of County Officials
Olympia, WA, USA
WACO policy is determined by a 19-member Board of Trustees made up of county officials from throughout the state. WACO membership includes elected county assessors, auditors, clerks, coroners and medical examiners, prosecuting attorneys, sheriffs, treasurers and comparable appointed officials in charter counties. WACO provides the following to its 263 members: legislative representation; education and training; informational publications; day-to-day assistance concerning a wide variety of issues of importance to counties; local, state, and federal agency liaison; an annual conference for training and to develop a legislative package; affiliate support; and other forums in which to develop ideas and build consensus. Operating with a 2019 budget of $845,260 and 4 FTE’s, including the Executive Director, WACO works closely with the Washington State Association of Counties (WSAC), a similarly situated association of County Commissioners, County Executives and County Council members.
The Executive Director is the chief executive officer and is responsible for providing organizational leadership, managing the day to day operations of the association office, overseeing the financial affairs of the association, facilitating a strategic plan for the association and executing that plan, managing the association staff, and generally ensuring the overall success of the association. The Executive Director provides direct legislative and policy service to WACO members. The Director serves as the Secretary of the Board of Trustees and its Committees and is responsible for keeping Board members informed about issues, needs and operations of the association.
City of Pasco, Washington
Pasco, WA, USA
Operating on a 2019-2020 budget of $35,524,184, the City of Pasco's Police Department consists of 82 commissioned officers, including a Chief, Deputy Chief, 2 Captains, 10 Sergeants, and 68 Officers and Detectives. Additionally, 10 staff provide administrative support for police records, evidence and property, crime analysis, and department leadership. Services provided by the department include patrol, investigations, canine, area and school resource officers, street crimes, SWAT, Metro drug unit, and liaisons with the FBI, DEA and U.S. Marshalls. In addition, it provides community policing programs and services such as Coffee with a Cop, Citizen's Academy (English and Spanish) and a very successful Facebook page. Under the general direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all activities and operations of the Police Department.
Ben Franklin Transit
Richland, WA, USA
Under the direction of the General Manager, the Administrative Services Director supervises 12 department staff and is responsible for planning, organizing, directing, and administering the functions of the Administrative Services Department, including all financial, public records, information technology, and procurement functions. The Director performs long-range financial forecasting and strategic planning for revenues and expenditures of agency funds in accordance with established policies, legal requirements, and professional standards.
City of Maple Valley, Washington
Maple Valley, WA, USA
Under the direction of the City Manager, the Public Works Director/Community Development Director is responsible for overseeing all functions of the Public Works and Community Development Departments, including supervision of all employees. The Director is responsible for approximately $10 million in capital budget projects, and $4 million for the budget of both departments. This position supervises a Community Development Manager who assists with the day-to-day management of the Community Development Department.
Clatsop County, Oregon
Astoria, OR, USA
Under the direction of the Board of Commissioners, the County Manager serves as the administrative head of County government, executing all administrative tasks of the Board. The County Manager is responsible for planning and directing all County functions through subordinate department heads, including financial and personnel activities of the County, and aiding the Board of Commissioners regarding policy decisions and their implementation.
Mono County, California
Bridgeport, California, USA
Mono County is governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors. The County employs approximately 270 FTE’s and has a Fiscal Year 2018-2019 Budget of $101.6 Million. County departments include: Administration, Agriculture Commissioner, Animal Control, Assessor, Finance Director, Behavioral Health, Child Support Services, Clerk Recorder/Registrar/Clerk of the Board, Community Development, County Counsel, District Attorney, Economic Development, Elections, EMS, Environmental Health, Human Resources, Information Technology, Probation, Public Health, Public Works, Sheriff - Coroner, Social Services, Treasurer - Tax Collector, Veteran Services, and Workforce Services.
Operating with 7 FTE’s on a 2018/2019 budget of $2,453,975, the Mono County Administrative Office plans, monitors, and coordinates County operations. In addition to providing administration and executive management services, the County Administrative Office also includes the Human Resources Department and Risk Management Department. Under the direction of the Board of Supervisors, the County Administrative Officer (CAO) assists the Board with planning, organizing, reviewing, managing, and supervising the functions of the County government and represents the Board of Supervisors’ policies and programs with County staff, community organizations, other agencies and the public. The CAO is responsible for reviewing County departments’ annual budget requests and developing final expenditure recommendations for presentation to the Board of Supervisors, and directing County Human Resource, Labor Relations, Risk Management Training, and Economic Development functions. The CAO directly supervises the Human Resources Director, Risk Manager, Economic Development & Special Projects Director, appointed County Department Heads and Agency Directors, and other administrative and support staff assigned to the County Administrative Office.
City of Lebanon, Oregon
Lebanon, OR, USA
Under the general direction of the City Manager, the City Clerk performs administrative, technical and professional duties in directing and performing the City Clerk functions for the City and serves as a member of the City management team. The City Clerk serves ex officio as Clerk of the City Council and attends all Lebanon City Council Meetings to keep accurate record of its proceedings and administers oaths of office. The City Clerk also co-signs all orders on the treasury with the Mayor and acts as the City's Elections Official and Records Manager.
Douglas County, Oregon
Roseburg, OR, USA
Working under the direction of the Public Works Director, the Solid Waste Division Manager is responsible for the planning, management and coordination of the Solid Waste Program, and provides expert and technical waste management advice to the Public Works Director and Board of Commissioners. The Division Manager assesses program needs, develops, directs, coordinates and evaluates plans and programs, establishes and interprets policy and procedure, develops and monitors the division budget, and supervises support staff. This position is responsible for supervising employees who are represented in a labor union.
Jefferson County, Oregon
Madras, OR, USA
Jefferson County's Community Development Department operates with 12 FTE’s on a $1.7 million budget. Under the direction of the Board of Commissioners and the County Administrative Officer, the Community Development Director is responsible for the overall operation of community development services for the county, including building code permits, on-site septic, plumbing, electrical and inspections, nuisance abatement and code enforcement. The Director assures the efficient and economical use of departmental resources, including funding, personnel, and facilities, and implements and maintains sound practices to ensure communication with, participation of, and optimum service to the community. The county is also responsible for performing building permitting and inspections for the City of Madras.