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18 job(s) at Baker Tilly

Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts Harrisburg, PA, USA
Mar 03, 2021
Full Time
The Assistant Director of Information Technology reports to the Director of Information Technology and works collaboratively to achieve departmental goals. Together, they will review the organizational structure to determine how to best meet the needs of the AOPC and UJS. The duties and responsibilities of this position are carried out with limited direct supervision and are performed with a large degree of independence. The Assistant IT Director will consult with and advise executive-level management on a broad range of administrative, management, and financial issues.
City of Edina, Minnesota Edina, MN, USA
Feb 26, 2021
Full Time
This position leads and manages the Fire and Inspection Services Department, with a budget of $11.8 million and an authorized staff of 67 full-time equivalent employees. In addition to fire, rescue, and ALS ambulance services, the department provides building and community health inspections and services and serves as the fiscal agent and administrator for the South Metro Public Safety Training Facility.   The Fire Chief provides leadership, vision, and direction for the Fire and Inspection Services Department and establishes functional policies, makes tactical decisions within overall strategic direction, and develops and provides oversight for the budget and capital improvements. The Fire Chief supervises two assistant fire chiefs, the EMS Chief, Fire Marshal, Administrative Assistant, Chief Building Official, Community Health Administrator, and Medical Director (Contractor). The Fire Chief reports to the City Manager and participates as an active member of the City’s Executive Leadership Team.
City of Willmar Willmar, MN, USA
Feb 23, 2021
Full Time
Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, finance or a related field, Master’s degree preferred, and seven or more years of management and supervisory experience in positions of similar complexity, preferably in local government. Equivalent combination of education and experience will be considered. Qualified candidates will be proven leaders with a broad knowledge of municipal functions, a strong background in organizational management, finance, human resource management, and a demonstrated ability to increase operating efficiencies and redesign service delivery.
Shakopee Public Utilities Shakopee, MN, USA
Feb 22, 2021
Full Time
SPU has been providing electric and water utility services to customers in the City of Shakopee, Townships of Jackson and Louisville, and part of the City of Prior Lake for over 70 years. SPU purchases power through the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (MMPA) and serves 17,960 metered electric customers. SPU provides water utility services to 11,567 metered water customers within Shakopee’s corporate limits, of whom approximately 60 percent are residential customers and 40 percent are commercial-industrial users. The General Manager position ensures that the needs of SPU customers are met by providing safe, high quality water and electric utility services in a cost efficient and effective manner, while promoting conservation and responsible management of resources. The position manages an overall budget of $51.1 million and a staff of 54 employees. The General Manager reports to the five-member SPU Commission.
Shakopee Public Utilities Shakopee, MN, USA
Feb 22, 2021
Full Time
SPU has been providing electric and water utility services to customers in the City of Shakopee, Townships of Jackson and Louisville, and part of the City of Prior Lake for over 70 years. SPU purchases power through the Minnesota Municipal Power Agency (MMPA) and serves 17,960 metered electric customers. SPU provides water utility services to 11,567 metered water customers within Shakopee’s corporate limits, of whom approximately 60 percent are residential customers and 40 percent are commercial-industrial users. The General Manager position ensures that the needs of SPU customers are met by providing safe, high quality water and electric utility services in a cost efficient and effective manner, while promoting conservation and responsible management of resources. The position manages an overall budget of $51.1 million and a staff of 54 employees. The General Manager reports to the five-member SPU Commission.
City of Oakdale, Minnesota Oakdale, MN, USA
Feb 04, 2021
Full Time
Oakdale, Minnesota is well-positioned for future growth with a 2021 annual budget of approximately $25 million which includes all funds and special revenues and an Aa2 credit rating. The Finance Director reports directly to the City Administrator and actively participates as a member of the City’s management team. The position manages the Finance Division and its five-member staff.
City of Johnson City, Tennessee Johnson City, Tennessee
Jan 29, 2021
Full Time
The Freedom Hall Civic Center (FHCC) is a multi-purpose arena that began operations in 1974, hosting such acts as Elvis Presley, Tina Turner, and Metallica. Today, FHCC entertains visitors with a variety of entertainment and sporting events and is celebrated as a heritage site on the Tennessee Music Pathway.  The Freedom Hall Civic Center Department is comprised of temporary and seasonal staff hired by the City, and 6 full-time employees which staff for concessions, box office, parking and show/event support. The Department’s total budget is approximately $1.6 million which includes a $275,000 subsidy from the City General Fund. The Civic Center General Manager reports to the Assistant City Administrator.
City of Brooklyn Center, Minnesota Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, USA
Jan 29, 2021
Full Time
The Recreation Director ensures that department programs and services are aligned with the City’s strategic direction. The position exercises oversight over five divisions and the operations of the Earle Brown Heritage Center Conference and Events Center and Centerbrook Golf Course and responsibility of the $4,7 million department budget of which 60 percent is funded by special funds and enterprise funds. The department has an authorized staff of 28 full-time and 90.5 part-time/seasonal employees. The Recreation Director also serves as staff liaison to the Park and Recreation Commission.
Stafford County, Virginia Stafford, VA, USA
Jan 26, 2021
Full Time
Stafford offers a business-friendly environment, diverse recreational attractions, and is home to some of the nation’s leading companies. With a diverse population off 150,000, the County is located just 40 miles south of the Washington, DC Beltway and 50 miles north of Richmond. The Central Procurement Division Director presides over all activities and operations involved in management, administration and supervision of the County’s contract and procurement programs. This position will be expected to maintain current processes and identify new processes, develop recommendations for improvements, and ensure compliance with County, State, Federal and grant specific purchasing regulations. The Central Procurement Division Director exercises signatory authority subject to certain constraints (based on dollar amounts) and approvals by the County Administrator and the Board of Supervisors.
Stafford County, Virginia Stafford, VA, USA
Jan 26, 2021
Full Time
Stafford County has received AAA bond ratings from all three rating agencies and joins only 47 localities across the country with this distinction. Located just 40 miles south of the Washington, DC Beltway and 50 miles north of Richmond, Stafford offers a business-friendly environment and is home to some of the nation’s leading companies. The CFO will perform complex professional and administrative work that will consist of planning and directing financial and accounting systems, information flow, administrative policies, and asset controls for efficiency and effectiveness while developing comprehensive financial strategies and devising and evaluating organization structures. Other crucial areas for the CFO will involve developing debt management policies and financial strategies, coordinating and analyzing intergovernmental financial matters, overseeing and supervising the preparation and maintenance of financial and accounting records and files.
City of College Park, Maryland College Park, MD, USA
Jan 25, 2021
Full Time
College Park is seeking a City Manager to provide the management and oversight of all City services, implement policy established by the City Council, and appoint and supervise department heads. The City Manager also serves as an adviser to the City Council by providing objective feedback and long-term consequences of policies under consideration. The City Manager serves as the council’s chief adviser and carries out the council’s policies. Eight department directors report to the City Manager.
City of Evansville, Wisconsin Evansville, WI, USA
Jan 21, 2021
Full Time
Evansville is seeking a City Administrator/Finance Director to serve as the City’s chief administrative officer and be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the City. This role assists the Common Council in its policymaking and planning role and provides direction and oversight to City Departments. The City Administrator/Finance Director is responsible for a budget of $5 million and a staff that includes 41 employees. 14 positions report directly to the City Administrator/Finance Director.
City of Corpus Christi Corpus Christi, TX, USA
Jan 15, 2021
Full Time
The Water Department manages the City's water supply and distribution system and provides safe drinking water that meets state and federal regulations. Additionally, the department plans for future needs and continuously improve water quality, customer satisfaction, service efficiency, and overall productivity. The department also reviews the design and construction of water facilities and infrastructure to ensure service reliability. In addition, water conservation programs to promote, inform, and inspire the community on how they can take an active role in protecting the environment.   The Chief Operations Officer – Water Utilities reports directly to the Assistant City Manager and is a key member of the City’s Executive Leadership team. Additionally, the COO is responsible and accountable for the business operation, planning, service delivery, management, performance, and continuous improvement of all units in the City’s Water Utility Department. With the support of the Water & Wastewater Treatment divisions and Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), the COO-Water Utilities ensures that programs and services are consistent with the City’s mission, vision, and goals, including fiscal responsibilities and adherence to water, wastewater, and Stormwater rules and regulations.
Richland County Columbia, SC, USA
Jan 11, 2021
Full Time
The County Assessor plans, organizes, and directs the appraisal, assessment and reassessment of real property in the County, The Assessor also ensures compliance with related policies, procedures, laws and regulations and leads a team of 44 full time employees with a $2,266,772 fiscal year budget. In addition, the Assessor administers South Carolina property tax laws relating to real estate in Richland County and oversees reassessment projects and implementation. In addition to other essential functions, the County Assessor supervises the operations of aerial photography and countywide land information system for each parcel of property in the County. The Community Planning and Development Department, to which the Assessor administratively and functionally reports, is actively engaged in the implementation of the Customer Experience and Culture Transformation Project.
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Riverdale, MD, USA
Dec 30, 2020
Full Time
The Deputy Director oversees park planning and development, management services, information technology, public affairs and marketing, and special projects. Major functions within the Administration and Development Operation include managing the development of the Department's six-year $275M capital budget, long-range master planning for parks and recreation facilities and services; construction management and architecture, land acquisition, research and evaluation, as well as department-wide responsibility for policy development and analysis, training and organizational development, information technology, data management systems, and customer service programs.
Rockville Economic Development Inc Rockville, MD, USA
Dec 23, 2020
Full Time
The Deputy Economic Development Director reports directly to REDI’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and will serve as the second position in the executive structure of the organization and assist in the implementation of the strategic plan for economic development and in overseeing REDI’s operations in accordance with the policy direction by the Board of Directors.  The position will be responsible for ensuring the accurate updating of relevant market and demographic data used by site selectors and included in the organization’s marketing materials. Other responsibilities include administering various incentive programs and assisting the CEO with overseeing the operations of the organization including purchasing, accounting, human resource issues, equipment and other tasks as needed.   
City of Belton, MO Belton, MO, USA
Dec 10, 2020
Full Time
The position of Chief Building Official (CBO) reports to the Director of Planning and Building and has direct management oversight for both Building Inspections and Code Enforcement, including supervision of two (2) Building Inspectors, and two (2) Code Enforcement Officers. The CBO also oversees enforcement of the City’s building and construction ordinances, conducts inspections when necessary, reviews plans, specifications and other documents for code compliance. As a key member of the City’s Development Review Team, the CBO also assists with zoning and land development review, inspection and compliance, and may attend/participate with a variety of boards related to planning, zoning, dwelling standards, and building codes. The CBO also assists the Director of Planning and Building with all aspects of department management, including serving as the Acting Director during the absence of the Director.  Candidates must possess a thorough knowledge of current principles and methods of modern building design and construction, knowledge of the proper use and application of the International Construction Codes, the functions and operations of municipal governance, and the principles of budgeting and budget administration. The CBO is responsible for managing the certification and training of inspection staff, and to conduct and oversee permit reviews and building inspection activities to ensure compliance with adopted building codes and other related municipal codes and zoning ordinances for the City.  To be competitive for the position of CBO, qualified candidates must exhibit a record of exceptional customer service and an ability to develop and maintain effective relations with all customer and client groups, including contractors, homeowners, subordinates, departments directors, news media, elected officials, and other members of the development review team and staff. The CBO will be heavily involved in plan review and help to ensure an efficient permitting process from start to finish.  Other responsibilities include reviewing new construction materials, initiating pre-development conferences with commercial or large multiple building developers ensure efficient coordination with city services and utilities external to the City.  Selected candidates for these positions must possess (or have an ability to obtain within six months) a valid State of Missouri Driver’s License.