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Assistant City Manager: Development Services

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Reviewed Date: May 31, 2017

Original Author: 
MTAS
Date Created: 
Aug 19, 2002


Subjects:
Municipal government--Administration
Personnel--Classification
Planning

Assistant City Manager: Development Services

Summary: 
Job description for the position of Assistant City Manager in Development Services.

Knowledgebase-Assistant City Manager: Development Services

ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER DEVELOPMENT SERVICES


JOB SUMMARY:

Under general administrative direction of the Deputy City Manager and the City Manager, responsible for the administration of the Development Services, Public Services, Building Inspection, and Parks and Recreation Departments; provides professional counsel and technical advice to the City Manager and City Council on matters relating to the operation, management, and policy and program development of these departments; does related work as required.

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ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

Directs, coordinates and evaluates the activities of subordinate department heads and assistant department heads in Development Services (Planning, Engineering, Traffic, Transportation), Public Services, Parks & Recreation, and Building Inspection departments. Administers and provides guidance in the areas of: annual budget; project and departmental work schedules; research, preparation and presentation of technical and operational studies and recommendations. Administers contracts in compliance with City and State requirements. Attends all City Council meetings. Effectively represents positions of the City to the public and media. Effectively represents the City in professional organizations and at outside activities as needed. Communicates effectively and courteously with the public and other employees in person, in writing, and by telephone. Coordinates well with other department heads. Reads and analyzes difficult source documents and plans. Sits and uses computer for word processing and other applications for extended periods of time.
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REQUIRED EDUCATION, DEGREES, CERTIFICATES, AND/OR LICENSES:

Masters Degree in Public Administration, City Planning or closely related field.
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EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS:

Six years progressively responsible experience in municipal administration, with a demonstrated ability to effectively coordinate and negotiate with elected and appointed officials and the general public. Skill in public speaking. Proficiency in computer applications.


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