City of Overland Park, Kansas
Overland Park, KS, USA
As a member of the City’s executive leadership team, the Chief Information Officer (CIO) works collaboratively with that team to lead, develop, and implement information technology initiatives and provide technology hardware and software support to all City employees, plus maintain all City facilities and equipment efficiently and effectively. The CIO reports directly to the Deputy City Manager and is responsible for overseeing the operations of the Information Technology Department with a 2019 budget of $10.7 million that supports a total of 39.5 FTEs. There are 28.35 FTEs assigned to the Information Technology Division, and 11.16 FTEs supporting the Facilities Division.
Golden Valley, MN, USA
The Executive Director provides organizational leadership that aligns with LOGIS’ strategic plan, champions innovation, directs information technology strategic operations planning, prioritizes technology initiatives; and oversees financial and administrative management.
City of Independence, Missouri
Independence, Missouri, USA
The City of Independence, Missouri (pop 121,000), is seeking a progressive, engaging professional manager to be its Chief Human Resources Officer. The Chief Human Resources Officer directs the City’s human resource functions, serves as an internal consultant to City departments and is part of a team of forward-thinking leaders committed to pushing boundaries to create real change. The City employs over 1,100 staff and has an annual budget of $322 million. The Chief Human Resource Officer reports to the Director of Finance and Administration and oversees five direct reports and an annual operating budget of approximately $600,000.
Orange County, North Carolina
Hillsborough, NC, USA
Under the direction of the County Manager, the Asset Management Services Director oversees the staff, budget and operations of the Asset Management Services Department (AMS). The Department is responsible for routine and emergency maintenance of all county facilities, space needs planning for future and renovated facilities, coordinating county facilities and lease contracts, negotiating rents and leases for non-county-owned space needed by county departments, and serving as the county contact for landlords. AMS consists of 38 full-time equivalent employees and operates with a $5.5 million budget. The department supports 24 County buildings with 323,829 cleanable square feet.
With a consolidated budget of approximately $258 million (approximately $227 million in the General Fund Budget) and a workforce of 990 permanent employees, Orange County provides strong support for quality public and educational services. The Asset Management Services Department is one of the Support Services departments of the County, along with Community Relations, Finance and Administrative Services, Human Resources, and Information Technology, collectively reporting to the County Manager and closely working with the Deputy County Manager.
The Little Blue Valley Sewer District (LBVSD)
Independence, Missouri, USA
The Executive Director reports to and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Trustees under the terms of an employment agreement. The current executive director is retiring after 7-years of service. This position provides the daily leadership and management of District functions ensuring that safe, high-quality, reliable, economical and compliant wastewater services are provided for customers. The Director operates with broad policy guidance, substantial latitude and discretion to achieve the objectives, outcomes and results desired by customers. The position has responsibility for the following groups: administration, finance, operations, technical and environmental, maintenance, conveyance and the Middle Big Creek Sewer Subdistrict. Regular reports are provided to various boards and committees including the Board of Trustees, Mayors Advisory Board, Middle Big Creek Sewer Subdistrict Advisory Board and the Technical Advisory Committee in order to keep stakeholders apprised of District operations.
The District is seeking an entrepreneurial wastewater expert with highly developed political acumen, excellent communication skills, critical-thinking abilities, and proven leadership skills. The ideal candidate will possess experience working with wastewater treatment processes, have skills in leading diverse work groups and building consensus, and exhibit the ability to critically analyze problems and define solution strategies in a group setting. The selected candidate will have a record of leading an organization’s service delivery with limited direction and oversight.