San Joaquin County, California
With a population of almost 775,000 residents, San Joaquin County is a dynamic, multi-ethnic and multi-cultural community situated within and along the San Joaquin Delta that connects to the San Francisco Bay with the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. The County is comprised of seven incorporated cities including Stockton, the County Seat. The County is one of the most agriculturally rich regions in California with grapes being the leading commodity; almonds, walnuts, tomatoes and cherries round out the top crops. Governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors, San Joaquin County has approximately 7,500 employees within 26 departments and a Fiscal Year 2020-2021 budget of $1.91 billion.
San Joaquin County is seeking a County Administrator with a strong administrative background with demonstrated skills in budget, finance, economic development, labor relations, strategic and organizational planning, and intergovernmental relations.
Government experience with a solid understanding of all county operations including health and human services, the criminal justice system, state and federal mandates, and the legislative process is desired. A Bachelor's degree with major course work in public administration, business administration, or a related field is required as well as a minimum of five years’ experience in public or private employment in a managerial or executive position. A Master’s degree and County government experience is preferred.
The County is offering an annual base salary range of $246,344 to $299,433 (appointment DOQE).
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Peckham & McKenney
Please do not hesitate to contact Bobbi Peckham toll-free at (866) 912-1919 if you have any questions regarding this position or recruitment process. Resumes will be acknowledged within two business days.
Filing deadline: February 10, 2021
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Rural County Representatives of California
President and Chief Executive Officer
The President and CEO is responsible for the overall management and leadership of the association’s activities. He/She will work closely with the Board on the development and implementation of RCRC’s strategic vision and plan and the policies and programs to advance the interests of the membership. The new President will be charged with leading this important organization with a rich history in rural community representation and services.
RCRC and its affiliate entities are a highly complex organization and it will be critical that the next president have strong business acumen and possess deep experience with fiduciary responsibility at scale. The next President must be able to assess risk and determine the best use of the organization’s resources. This leader should be skilled and insightful in balancing short- and long-term needs for the organization and its members.
Further, the President will be called upon to act as an external spokesperson and representative for the membership to a wide range of key constituents and the public and will be expected to be actively engaged in public policy issues relevant to rural communities, including (but not limited to) forest resiliency, infrastructure, transportation, broadband, county finance, workforce development, and public safety/administration of justice. He/She will be charged with helping build consensus among its 37-member Board of Directors and membership on a wide variety of matters.
The Board of Directors will expect him/her to effectively oversee RCRC’s resources, both personnel and fiscal, in an efficient and competent manner. Moreover, it is critical that he/she is an inspirational leader who will motivate, develop, leverage, and retain an outstanding staff.
Major responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Contact information: Trevor Hooper, firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is January 15, 2021.