Administrative Services Director

Admin
Full-time
City of Walnut Creek, CA
10/06/2019
424.296.3111

Administrative Services Director
City of Walnut Creek, CA
                                                                                                           
 
A thriving suburban community just 25 miles east of San Francisco, the City of Walnut Creek is home to a population of 70,000. Known for offering an exceptional quality of life, the City’s convenient location allows residents to enjoy a variety of unique and scenic attractions in the immediate Bay Area and throughout Northern California. The Administrative Services Department consists of the Finance and Information Technology divisions and is supported by 22.5 FTE.
 
The Director will be an outstanding manager and mentor with an aptitude for building and motivating teams. The ideal candidate will display a strong customer orientation and offer impressive experience with implementing sound and efficient business practices. A history of success in leading change will be considered favorably. Competitive candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and five years of management experience in local government with notable depth in finance. Municipal experience plus possession of a Master’s degree and/or CPA license is preferred.
 
Salary up to $226,719; salary supplemented by an attractive benefits package. Closing date: Sunday, October 6, 2019. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for detailed recruitment brochure and to apply online.
 
Teri Black • 424.296.3111
Suzanee Mason • 562.631.2500
TERI BLACK & COMPANY, LLC
www.tbcrecruiting.com
 

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