Director of Planning & Community Development

Planning/Engineer
Full-time
City of Patterson
Until Filled
209-895-8011

Salary: $118,392 - $157,860 depending on experience and qualifications

The City of Patterson is seeking an exceptional, solution oriented, innovative, creative, adaptable, flexible, professional, and accountable team leader with a broad knowledge of planning and community development to lead the department towards the achievement of the City Council’s and the City’s long-term plans, goals, objectives, and priorities for the growth and development of the City.

The ideal candidate will be very experienced and knowledgeable in contemporary and urban planning practices. The individual will have a leadership style that is highly credible. He/she will manage the department using proactive leadership, integrity, vision, and excellent communications skills to create a high-performing team and department.

Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in public or business administration, city or regional planning, law, or a related field. Eight (8) years of progressively responsible management and administration experience in municipal planning and development, at least three (3) of which were at managerial level responsibility as a Director, Deputy Director or Manager.

If you desire to work for a small and growing community and be an integral part of its development and to be considered for this outstanding career opportunity, visit the City’s website http://www.ci.patterson.ca.usfor more information and to apply.

Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled

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