City Manager

City of Rocklin, CA

City Manager

City of Rocklin, CA

The City of Rocklin is located in south Placer County at the intersection of Interstate 80 and State Highway 65 and is characterized by rolling hill terrain with 360-degree panoramic views of the Sierra Nevada Mountains to the northeast and to the Sutter-Butte mountain range to the west.  With an estimated population of 70,000 people, Rocklin is one of the fastest growing cities in California with approximately 65% of its growth occurring since the year 2000.  The people who live and work in the City of Rocklin today are the heart of the community and have built a special place for residents and visitors.  Rocklin has a Team culture based on its dedication to maintaining a high standard of service, a collaborative team environment, innovative ideas, transparency, and on-going training and development.  The City Council is seeking a pragmatic leader with high ethics and an unquestionable sense of integrity, who embraces open government and transparency, as well as having a broad command of management, financial, budgeting, intergovernmental relations, labor relations, capital improvement planning, and organizational skills.  The ideal candidate must also be visible, involved in, and accessible to the City Council, city staff, and community.  The annual salary range for this outstanding opportunity is from $240,000 to $275,000 with excellent benefits and appointment will be made depending upon the qualifications and experience of the selected candidate.

Call Phil McKenney at (866) 912-1919 or direct to (916) 616-9173 for more information regarding this tremendous opportunity.  Resumes will be acknowledged within 2 business days.

Resume filing deadline is August 24, 2020.  


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