October 14, 2011 at 1:36 pm #143654
COUNTY MANAGER, DEPUTY, FULTON COUNTY GOVERNMENT
Post Date Oct 14, 2011 Salary $111,155 – 180,072 Start Date Application Deadline 10/28/2011 ICMA Members Only No ICMA Credential (Details) not required Normal Population 100,000 Seasonal Population Employer Location Atlanta, Georgia United States Job Reference Number Keywords MANAGER Job Description COMPETITIVE JOB ANNOUNCEMENT 11-284
COUNTY MANAGER, DEPUTY TITLE CODE: 909759
SALARY RANGE: E92 – $111,155 – $180,072
(APPLICANTS WILL BE EMPLOYED AT A SALARY, WITHIN THE ABOVE RANGE, COMMENSURATE WITH THEIR EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE.)
UNCLASSIFIED POSITION IN THE DEPARTMENT OF THE COUNTY MANAGER
BACHELOR’S DEGREE IN BUSINESS OR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (MASTER’S DEGREE IN BUSINESS OR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION IS PREFERRED) AND TEN (10) YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN MUNICIPAL/PUBLIC MANAGEMENT WITH AUTHORITY FOR PROGRAM DIRECTION AND BUDGET ADMINISTRATION, INCLUDING FIVE (5) YEARS OF SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE; OR A YEAR FOR YEAR INTERCHANGE OF INDICATED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE EQUAL TO THE MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS.
VALID STATE OF GEORGIA DRIVER’S LICENSE OR PROOF OF MOBILITY EQUIVALENT MAY BE REQUESTED.
THE EXAMINATION WILL CONSIST OF AN EVALUATION OF EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE, ACCOMPLISHED BY ANALYSIS OF THE APPLICATION. APPLICATION MUST DOCUMENT THAT THE APPLICANT POSSESSES THE MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE AS LISTED. IF SELECTED, AN OFFICIAL, ACCREDITED (RAISED SEAL) COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT IS REQUIRED, AT TIME OF EMPLOYMENT, FOR ALL DEGREES/COURSE WORK USED TO QUALIFY FOR THIS POSITION.
ONLINE APPLICATION WHICH IS AVAILABLE ON THE COUNTY’S WEB SITE, WWW FULTONCOUNTYGA.GOV, AND COMPLETED FULTON COUNTY APPLICATION FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE PERSONNEL DEPT., 141 PRYOR ST., SUITE 3030, ATLANTA, GEORGIA 30303. ALL APPLICATIONS MUST BE COMPLETED IN FULL BEFORE THEY ARE SUBMITTED. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER APPLICATIONS HAVE BEEN RECEIVED BY THE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT.
OCTOBER 28, 2011
IT IS THE POLICY OF FULTON COUNTY THAT THERE WILL BE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR EVERY CITIZEN, EMPLOYEE AND APPLICANT, BASED UPON MERIT WITHOUT REGARD TO RACE, COLOR, RELIGION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, GENDER AGE DISABILITY OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION.
JOB SUMMARY; DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS; ESSENTIAL DUTIES (REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE); KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Incumbent in this class performs duties related to managing County operations by providing strategic planning and executive leadership to Department Heads and other County management staff. Responsibilities include facilitating coordination among the County’s Criminal Justice System agencies to ensure achievement of the County’s mission and objectives and overseeing the management of the departments of Environment and Community Development, Emergency Communications (E-911), Emergency Management, Fire, Parks and Recreation, Police, and Public Works.
This is a stand-alone classification which does not fit within a classification series. Incumbent exercises considerable initiative and independent judgment in the administration of multiple County agencies within an assigned area of responsibility and provides advice, recommendations, strategic planning, and coordination required to achieve the objectives of the County as a whole.
Oversees the management of multiple County agencies, including Environment and Community Development, Emergency Communications (E-911), Emergency Management, Fire, Parks and Recreation, Police, and Public Works and facilitates coordination among Criminal Justice System agencies to ensure achievement of the County’s mission and objectives. Manages assigned staff, including establishing workloads; prioritizing work assignments; evaluating employee performance; developing, interpreting, and enforcing policies and procedures; resolving staff issues; making hiring or termination decisions/recommendations; and administering disciplinary action as required. Collaborates with the County Manager, Department Heads, and Appointing Authorities in planning, organizing, coordinating, and implementing programs to address matters affecting internal operations. Briefs the County Manager of issues and concerns affecting assigned operational area and provides advice and recommendations to ensure appropriate action and/or problem resolution. Meets and corresponds with citizens and various professional, business, and community groups to answer inquiries and secure assistance and support in executing various County programs. Coordinates preparation of the annual budget for departments within assigned area. Reviews results of major studies and coordinates the preparation of reports and recommendations. Attends various board meetings as requested by the County Manager and makes reports concerning board activities. Confers with officials of various federal, state, city, county, and/or other governmental agencies regarding plans and priorities for existing and planned programs and activities. Collaborates with the County Manager and other officials in developing County policies and procedures. Coordinates special projects assigned by the County Manager and other officials as required.
Principles and practices of management and supervision; Principles and practices of business and/or public administration; Laws, rules, and regulations governing municipal operations; Methods and techniques used to conduct public administrative research and report findings; Theories and principles of governmental finance; Principles and practices of budget development and administration; Governmental personnel policies and procedures; Principles and practices of program planning and evaluation; Information technology as used in governmental operations; Personal computers and related software.
Managing and supervising staff; Organizing and prioritizing work; Developing and managing budgets; Resolving problems and making decisions; Preparing and presenting oral and written communications/reports; Developing, implementing, interpreting, and enforcing rules, regulations, policies, and procedures; Managing multiple projects simultaneously; Conducting effective research and reporting findings; Planning, implementing, and evaluating programs; Administering and coordinating the work efforts of multiple operational units/programs; Analyzing a variety of administrative operational, fiscal, and social issues and formulating recommendations for problem resolution; Operating personal computers, including spreadsheet, database, word processing, presentation, and other related software; Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other County personnel, officials, and the general public; Communication and interpersonal techniques as applied to interaction with coworkers, supervisor, the general public, etc., sufficient to exchange or convey information and to receive work direction.
141 Pryor St., S.W., Suite 3030
Atlanta, GA 30303
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