EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - California Association of County Executives (Sacramento)
The California Association of County Executives (CACE) serves as the collective resource for its members to assist all county executives and administrators in achieving the highest level of county excellence.
The Executive Director reports to the President and the Executive Committee of CACE, and is responsible for the organization’s achievement of its mission and overall objectives. Responsibilities include setting the strategic direction and goals, establishing broad organizational policies, supporting the professional development of the 57 county executives, developing and/or approving political strategies, representing CACE to the California State Association of Counties, the Governor’s office and State agencies, the State Legislature and other organizations.
This is a part-time position as a CSAC employee. Salary and benefits commensurate with the position and negotiable at time of hire. For position details and application information please visit CACE Executive Director Recruitment at the Mendocino County HR Department, which is managing the recruitment. Deadline for applications is 11 September 2019.
COUNTY EXECUTIVE OFFICER - Shasta County, California
Located at the northern end of the Sacramento Valley, nestled between Mt. Shasta and Mt. Lassen, Shasta County covers over 3,800+ square miles of rivers, lakes, mountains, State Parks, and National Forests. Easily one of the most picturesque counties in all of California, Shasta County, population 180,000, has an economy based on agriculture, tourism, timber, medical services, and retail businesses. The County of Shasta is a General Law County governed by a 5-member Board of Supervisors, each elected to staggered 4-year terms from geographic districts. The Board of Supervisors operates as both the legislative and executive authority of the county and oversees 23 County departments. Shasta County employs more than 1,900 full–time employees and for Fiscal Year 2019-20 the County budget is approximately $ 500 million.
Under administrative direction, the CEO acts as the agent of the Board of Supervisors in County administrative and fiscal matters; assists the Board in the formulation of County policy and implements the administrative policies, procedures and programs adopted by the Board; provides for direct and indirect supervision of centralized County services as assigned by the Board of Supervisors; develops and oversees the annual County budget; and performs related duties as required.
The County offers a competitive salary and benefit package. For position details and application information please visit Shasta County CEO Recruitment. Deadline for applications is 2 September 2019.