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Podcast: Fostering an Inclusive City with Mayor Steve Callaway

Steve Callaway Mayor Hillsboro, OR Bio | Twitter Leading Hillsboro. Mayor Steve Callaway from Hillsboro, Oregon joined the podcast to talk about his path into public service, how his city works to attract people into local government and reaching out to the Latino community. Mayor Callaway also discussed his viral social media post on dealing … Continued

ELGL19 Session: Innovation from Coast to Coast Pt. 2

Breakout: Innovation from Coast to Coast – Part 2 All across the country local governments are working to make services better for their residents by trying out new ideas and new approaches to problems that many communities face. In this session we want to take a look at how three different organizations are approaching problem … Continued

Podcast: Filling Top Level Vacancies with Michael Brown, City Manager, Hillsboro, OR

Michael Brown City Manager Hillsboro, OR Bio The City Manager of Hillsboro, Oregon, Michael Brown, joined GovLove to talk about his approach to recruiting for department directors and other top level vacancies. Michael shared how when his Assistant City Manager announced their retirement he spent time rethinking the position and allowing the departments and staff … Continued

Oregon Local Government Fellowship: Apply Now

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The application period for the 2017-2018 Oregon Local Government Fellowship is closed. The Oregon cities of Gresham, Hillsboro, Lake Oswego, Sherwood, Tigard, and Tualatin are pleased to continue the this unique local government fellowship for the fifth year in a row. This fellowship is part of the ICMA Local Government Management Fellows program. In this unique … Continued

Management Analyst, Hillsboro, OR

The Job The City of Hillsboro, Oregon is hiring for a Management Analyst in their building department. Check out the details below: If you’re excited about leveraging civic technology to improve efficiency, you’ve got a track record of successfully analyzing program and financial data to improve business performance, and we can count on you to … Continued

Job Opening: Oregon Local Government Fellowship

This unique and highly competitive “shared fellowship” arrangement allows fellows to work and learn from four different local government organizations while working in half-time limited duration (20 hours per week, for six months) positions. The position will perform entry level professional work for a variety of departments, which may include: Administration, Community Development, Finance, Public … Continued

#ELGL15 Sponsor: City of Hillsboro, OR

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Give it up for one of #ELGL15’s Biggest Fan’s:  The City of Hillsboro, OR! The City of Hillsboro prides itself in being a financially conservative yet innovative and forward-thinking full-service City. Home to Oregon’s largest employer, Intel Corporation, Hillsboro is a leader in attracting new businesses and economic opportunities. Thanks to the proximity to wine … Continued

Job Posting: Library Director, City of Hillboro (OR)

One of the benefits of being an organizational member of ELGL is posting your organization’s job openings to our website! The City of Hillsboro, Oregon has a great opportunity for someone interested in becoming a Library Director. Read on for more information on the position and the City. Library Director, City of Hillsboro, Oregon About the … Continued

Part III: Inside the Twitter Race – State of the City Edition

Towards the end of 2013, Patrick Preston, Hillsboro public affairs manager, decided to issue a challenge to neighboring jurisdictions. They wanted to expand their social media presence and specifically focus on making their Twitter account more accessible and active. So they contacted other nearby cities and a competition was born.  The race was on to … Continued

Part II: Inside the Twitter Race – The Snowmageddon Edition

What is the Great Oregon Twitter Race?  Towards the end of 2013, Patrick Preston, Hillsboro public affairs manager, decided to issue a challenge to neighboring jurisdictions. They wanted to expand their social media presence and specifically focus on making their Twitter account more accessible and active. So they contacted other nearby cities and a competition … Continued

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