SGR Job Postings 05.04.2015

Our friends at Strategic Government Resources have given us a list of 16 great local government jobs from throughout the company but many positions in the Southwest. Take a look and click the link to apply. 

  •  Property Management Director – Fort Worth, TX The Property Management Department is a newly created department that will be the centralized source for all City physical assets including fleet, facilities, and real property. The Department has approximately 189 authorized positions and an annual operating budget of over $36 million.
  • fort-worth-stock-yardsEDC President – Hutto Hutto is a vibrant business location and is Austin’s fastest growing suburb of more than 22,000 people, with a 2040 population estimate of 45,000. Hutto has received several honors, including being named as one of the “Top 100 Places in Major Markets to Locate Your Business” by Southern Business and Development magazine.
  • Director of Libraries – McKinney, TX The Director of Libraries reports directly to the ACM and is a member of the City’s Management Team. The McKinney Public Library System has a staff of 40 and an annual FY2014-2015 operating budget of $3,363,685.
  • Chief of Police – Temple, TX The Temple Police Department includes 144 sworn officers and 27 civilian personnel operating with an annual FY 2015 adopted budget of $14.4 million. The Department manages the regional Police Training Academy at Temple College and has a number of Interlocal Service Agreements.
  • Public Relations Coordinator & Town Secretary – Fairview, TX The Public Relations Coordinator/Town Secretary is responsible for drafting press releases, coordinating publication of the Town magazine, and developing other types of media communication to promote the Town. Preparing, posting, and distributing all agendas, packets, and official minutes of the Town Council and boards/commissions is also an essential part of the position. Additionally, the position manages public information requests, records retention, and election administration. The position reports directly to the Assistant to the Town Manager.
  • City Manager – Muskegon Heights, MI Muskegon Heights operates under a Council-Manager form of government with a Mayor and six Councilmembers elected at large to serve four-year terms. The Mayor recommends, and City Council appoints, the City Manager, City Clerk, and Police Chief. The City Manager oversees 74 employees and a $13.7 million annual budget.
  • Director of Utilities – Waco, TX The Waco Water Utility Department provides water and wastewater services to approximately 160,000 residents in and around Waco. The Department operates 3 water treatment plants, 2 wastewater treatment plants, and a full-scale laboratory, and customer service and administrative offices. The Department is comprised of 198 employees and has an annual operating budget of $68.1 million.
  • Director of Parks & Recreation – Waco, TX Waco is a Home Rule City with a Council-Manager form of government. The City has more than 1,500 employees and a FY2014-15 operating budget of $211.3 million. The Director of Parks and Recreation will report to an Assistant City Manager and oversee a staff of 118 full-time and 23 part-time employees, and an annual budget of $9.8 million.
  • mckinney_texasAssistant City Manager – Waco, TX The City of Waco provides a full range of municipal services including Airport, Convention and Visitors Bureau, Disaster Management, Housing and Economic Development, and Zoo Operations. The new Assistant City Manager will be responsible for leading 7 or 8 departments, which will be determined based on his/her individual skill set and experience, as well as that of the other two Assistant City Managers.
  • Director of Animal Services – Longview, TX An exciting opportunity to set the tone for the future of animal services in Longview. Animal Services is a newly created division that will oversee the new City-run animal shelter and adoption center. The Executive Director of Animal Services will play a vital role in managing and developing programs that reduce unwanted pets, increase live release rates, and ensure the health, safety and welfare of the public. The new Executive Director of Animal Services will report to the Community Services Director and will be responsible for an estimated 24 employees and a $1.45 million budget.
  • Assistant Finance Director – Fort Worth, TX The Fort Worth Financial Management Services Department is comprised of 104 employees and has an adopted FY2015 budget of $17.9 million. The Assistant Finance Director –Accounting/Controller is one of seven direct reports to the CFO/Director of Finance, and one of four assistant directors in the Finance Department.
  • Finance Director – North Richland Hills, TX North Richland Hills is a home rule city operating under a Council-Manager form of government. The City has 563 full-time and 120 part-time employees with a FY 2014-15 budget of $108 million. The Finance Director reports to an Assistant City Manager and manages a staff of 23 employees with an annual operating budget of $2.6 million.
  • Budget Officer – Pearland, TX The City of Pearland, Texas, is seeking a new Budget Officer. Pearland, with more than 112,300 residents, is located in the Texas Gulf Coast region, just 20 minutes from downtown Houston. Pearland has 622 full-time and 147 part-time employees and a FY 2014-15 general fund adopted budget of $67.5 million. The Budget Officer prepares and administers the annual operating budget, five-year capital improvement plan, and multi-year financial plan. The Budget Officer reports directly to the Director of Finance and supervises two budget analysts and one grant coordinator.
  • City Manager – Missouri City, TX Missouri City, known as the “Show Me” city, has a population of over 70,000 and is conveniently situated 20 miles southwest of downtown Houston. The City Manager oversees 338 employees and a combined annual budget of over $105 million. The city covers 29.8 square miles and is easily accessible by major transportation thoroughfares including US 90A, Beltway 8 (Sam Houston Tollway), Fort Bend Toll Road, and State Highway 6.
  • City Administrator – Ballwin, MO Ballwin, Missouri, with more than 30,000 residents, covers 10 square miles and is ideally situated in the St. Louis Metro area. The City has 142 employees organized into 4 departments including Administration, Parks and Recreation, Police, and Public Works. Administration encompasses legislation, public relations, occupancy/building permits and inspections, code enforcement, planning, zoning, licensing, finance, human resources, and municipal court. The City has a 2015 operating budget of $18.9 million.
  • Director of Public Works – Shreveport, TX The City of Shreveport is organized under a Mayor-Council form of government. The City provides a full range of municipal services with a staff of 2,781 full-time authorized positions and an annual 2015 operating budget of $461.8 million. The Director of Public Works reports directly to the Chief Administrative Officer and is a key member of the Mayor’s leadership team. An experienced group of 345 employees staff divisions including Fleet Services, Permits and Inspections, Solid Waste, Streets and Drainage, and Traffic Engineering. The annual 2015 operating budget is $37.5 million.

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