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SGR Job Postings 05.05.2014

Posted on May 5, 2014


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Here are the Strategic Government Resources job searches that they want you to know about. The positions are as varied as police, fire, and public works. Take a look and apply!

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Assistant Chief of Police: Victoria, Texas

Victoria logoThe City of Victoria, Texas, is seeking a new Assistant Chief of Police. The City has a diverse population of 62,500 and is located in the heart of the Golden Crescent of South Texas, equidistant from Austin, Houston, San Antonio, and Corpus Christi.

The Victoria Police Department includes 158 members, 118 of which are commissioned police officers. The Department offers a full range of municipal police services including patrol, criminal investigations, special investigations, crime reduction unit, crime prevention, special weapons and tactics team, and telecommunications. The Victoria PD has an annual budget of $13.2 million.

Bachelor’s Degree with ten years of law enforcement experience, with the immediate past five years of experience in senior command position, required. Advanced TCOLE Certification and Texas Peace Officer’s License, or ability to obtain certification within six months of employment, required. Completion of advanced command training preferred.

To view a complete position profile and online application instructions, visit: Current Openings.

Victoria tx downtownFor more information on this position, please contact:

Molly Deckert, Project Manager
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]

Information Technology Director: Amarillo, Texas

Amarillo, Texas, is seeking a new Information Technology Director. The City of Amarillo, with a population of more than 194,000, is located in the Texas Panhandle. Amarillo has 2,085 full-time employees and 346 part-time employees.

amarilloAmarillo’s Information Technology Division, comprised of 37 full-time and 3 part-time employees, is responsible for providing computer, telephone, and printing services to all City departments. The FY2013-2014 annual budget for the Division is over $5.8 million. The IT Division includes eight groups: Print Services, Telecommunications, Helpdesk Services, GIS Services, Infrastructure Services, Public Safety Services, Enterprise Application Services, and Technology Support Services. The IT Director develops and administers the Division’s annual budget, including capital and fixed costs expenditures, and reports directly to the Assistant City Manager for Financial and Leisure Services.

Bachelor’s degree in information systems, computer science, or a related field preferred. Five or more years of stable and progressively responsible experience in information technology management required. Must possess, or be eligible to obtain within 30 days of employment, a valid Class C Texas Driver’s License.

View complete position profile and apply online at: Current Openings

For more information contact:

Ron Holifield, CEO
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]

Fire Chief: Flower Mound, Texas

flowermound-town-hallThe Town of Flower Mound, Texas, is seeking a new Fire Chief. Flower Mound, with a population of over 67,000, is located in North Texas near the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and just 3 miles from DFW International Airport. Flower Mound is a home rule city with a Council–Manager form of government. The Town is comprised of 470 full time employees and 107 part time/seasonal employees and has an annual budget of over $116 million. The Fire Chief will report directly to the Town Manager.

The Fire and Emergency Services Department is an ISO Class 2 department with an annual budget for FY2013-2014 of over $9.4 million. The department has 90 shift personnel and 10 administration personnel and operates with 5 divisions: Fire Administration, Operations, Emergency Medical Services, Fire Prevention, and Emergency Management. The Fire Chief has 5 direct reports: Executive Assistant, Assistant Fire Chief, Battalion Chief-EMS, Fire Marshal, and Emergency Management Specialist.

Bachelor’s degree and 10 or more years of progressively responsible fire administration experience, and 5 or more years of administrative level management experience, required. Master’s degree, Chief Fire Officer (CFO) designation, Fire Service Chief Executive Officer (FSCEO), and Executive Fire Officer (EFO) from the National Fire Academy preferred. Must hold or be eligible to obtain Texas Commission on Fire Protection Master Fire Fighter and Intermediate Instructor Certificates, and a valid Texas Driver’s License.

flower mound logoView complete position profile and apply online: Current Openings

For more information on this position, contact:

Tommy Ingram, Senior Vice President
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]

Director of Public Services: Richardson, Texas

richardson_txThe City of Richardson, Texas, is seeking a new Director of Public Services. Richardson is a “first ring” suburb north of Dallas with a population of approximately 103,000.

The Director of Public Services is responsible for managing an operating budget of $69.8 million. The Director of Public Services is responsible for the day to day operation and maintenance of services including, Facilities Services, Solid Waste Services, Street Maintenance, and Water & Sewer Operations. The department has approximately 200 full-time equivalent employees.

Bachelors’ degree in engineering, or a related field, plus five or more years of municipal public works management experience required. A master’s degree and possession of a professional engineer license are preferred.

View the complete position profile and online application instructions at: Current Openings

richardson logoFor more information on this position, please contact:

Molly Deckert, Project Manager
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]
816-804-2818

Assistant Director of Public Works: Denison, Texas

Denison, Texas, is seeking a new Assistant Director of Public Works. The City of Denison has an estimated population of 23,000 and is located an hour north of Dallas and 4 miles south of the Texas-Oklahoma border. Denison is a home-rule city with a Council-Manager form of government. The City has 281 employees and an annual budget of $30.8 million. The Denison Public Works Department is comprised of 86 employees and has an annual FY 2013-2014 budget of over $14.7 million, including both the general fun and water/sewer fund. The department provides services including maintenance of streets, parks, and drainage, water and wastewater treatment, water distribution, and wastewater and solid waste collection. The Assistant Public Works Director is a new position and will be a key part of the City’s management staff.

denison-logoBachelor’s degree in civil engineering, public administration, or a related field, and 2-5 years of professional experience required. Any combination of equivalent education and/or experience will be considered. Valid driver’s license and driving record sufficient for coverage by the City’s liability carrier required.

View complete position profile and apply online: Current Openings

For more information on this position, contact:

Molly Deckert, Project Manager
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]

Chief of Police: Overland Park, Kansas

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Overland Park, Kansas, is seeking a new Chief of Police. The City of Overland Park, with over 178,000 residents, is located in Johnson County in the southwestern portion of the Kansas City metropolitan area and is the second largest city in Kansas. Overland Park operates under a Mayor-Council-City Manager form of government. The Chief of Police reports directly to the City Manager. The Overland Park Police Department has an annual budget of over $32.9 million, with 302 full-time and 18.5 part-time full-time equivalent employees. There are 250 commissioned personnel. Positions below the rank of Captain are Civil Service. The Chief of Police has 4 direct reports: public information officer, supervisor of police administration, operations bureau deputy chief, and services bureau deputy chief.

The new Chief of Police should have 15 years of progressively responsible public safety experience, including at least 10 years of administrative and supervisory experience. Experience at a division command level or higher in a similar sized or large community required. Bachelor’s degree required and Master’s degree preferred. Successful completion of a senior level management or leadership program is required. Must possess or be eligible to obtain certification from the Kansas Commission on Peace Officers’ Standards and Training (KS-CPOST).

To view a complete position profile and online application instructions, visit: Current Openings.

Overland_Park logoFor more information on this position, please contact:

Tommy Ingram, Senior Vice President
Strategic Government Resources
[email protected]

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