Tag: Durham County

I Have to Ask: When Is the Right Time

In this series, guest columnists respond to one of three topics selected by ELGL co-founder Kent Wyatt. This week Rafael Baptista, City of Raleigh, NC, writes about a recent job transition. Back in October of 2017, I left my position as the Strategic Initiatives Analyst for the Durham County Manager’s Office to become the Strategic … Continued

Kittelson’s Corner: The Education of Inmates in Durham County, NC

He’s Baccckkk! After moving from the Left Coast to North Carolina, Ben Kittelson landed a job as a budget analyst in Guilford County, NC. He’s unboxed his three or four boxes and is now ready to report on his new view of local government. First up – Ben gives us the 4-1-1 on Durham County’s effort … Continued

Quick Take with Lee Worsley, Durham County, Deputy County Manager

We prepare for the ELGL & ICMA joint event at the ICMA Conference by getting to know attendees through their responses to four simple questions. Respondents will describe the current state of local government, their mentors, ways to strengthen local government, and of course, their dream six-pack. Who is attending the ELGL & ICMA event? Raise Your … Continued

Job Posting: Assistant to the County Manager

ASSISTANT TO THE COUNTY MANAGER, Durham County, NC Performs professional and administrative responsibilities in research and policy analysis. Oversees and coordinates. County projects as assigned by the County Manager or Deputy County Managers. Develops information and performs policy and other analysis as requested by the County Manager or Deputy Managers. Conducts research on policy questions. Prepares … Continued

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