Prothman

Prothman, headquartered in the greater Seattle area, specializes in providing national, regional, and local recruitment services to small and large cities, counties, special districts, non-profits, and other governmental agencies throughout the United States.

 

31 job(s) at Prothman

Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Aug 11, 2022
Full Time
Capital Project Manager III Clark County, Washington Salary :  $39.43 - $50.31 per hour   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   The Capital Project Manager III position coordinates multiple project teams of designers, real property professionals, surveyors, traffic engineers, permitting personnel and other essential people to deliver on complex and rewarding capital projects for the county. The position will be responsible for delivery of capital projects in Public Works, including Transportation, Parks, Clean Water, Bridges, Pavement Preservation, and the County Railroad. The position reports to the PM Section Manager and works collaboratively with sections throughout Public Works and other county departments. It will also work closely with state and federal agencies, utility service providers, and businesses in coordinating project activities, along with working directly with the public and neighborhood associations.   Please see the complete position profile for the education, experience and other requirements, and desired qualifications for this position. This position is in the Local 17 Engineers 214 Union, and flexible teleworking and/or hybrid work arrangements are currently available for this position.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply by September 5, 2022 . (Open until filled. Applications reviewed as submitted.)
Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Stateline, Nevada, USA
Aug 03, 2022
Full Time
Executive Director Tahoe Regional Planning Agency Stateline, Nevada Salary: $181,342 - $295,874   Nestled in the breathtaking Sierra Nevada mountains, the communities around Lake Tahoe are an adventurer’s paradise. The region is home to some of the best winter sports, water sports, bike trails, family fun and nightlife in the US. Primarily known for its nearby world class ski resorts and beautiful beaches, the Stateline, Nevada/South Lake Tahoe, California, area has no end of activities. The region also boasts multiple outstanding outdoor destinations, like Yosemite National Park and the Black Rock Desert, in both California and Nevada. Other activities in the area include golfing, swimming, biking, horseback riding, backpacking, and camping. For winter activities, there are a total of seven ski resorts that surround the entire Lake Tahoe area.   The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency (TRPA), created in 1969 by a Compact between the states of Nevada and California, then ratified by the U.S. Congress, protects and restores the environment of Lake Tahoe. The Agency works at the intersection of private and public interests to protect and restore Lake Tahoe, its environment, and its communities for generations to come. TRPA departments include Long Range and Transportation Planning, Permitting and Code Compliance, Environmental Improvement, and Research & Analysis. TRPA serves as the federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Tahoe Region which coordinates transportation planning and financial programming of transportation funding. The Tahoe Region’s Environmental Improvement Program is implemented through a network of nearly 100+ organizations which collectively and collaboratively implement the management measures, programs, and plans to achieve the Compact’s requirements as reflected in the Regional Plan. TRPA is governed by a 15-member Governing Board, with seven elected or appointed members from each state, California and Nevada, and one non-voting representative appointed by the President of the United States. TRPA employs 65 FTEs and has a budget of $22.5 million in revenue, and $23.3 million in expenses due to a carryover and bond funding.   Under the direction of the Governing Board, the core role of the Executive Director will be to lead others in how to preserve and protect the integrity and harmony of the environmental, economic, and social values of the Region and to integrate responsible and accountable human use into the environment in a sustainable way. The ideal candidate will have a passion for landscape scale conservation and restoration programs, and be a dynamic, visionary, strategic thinker who appreciates the need for teamwork and collaboration. The successful candidate will be politically astute with excellent communication and interpersonal skills necessary to build and maintain effective relationships. They will support and engage staff, while providing positive, motivational leadership to all groups of individuals.   Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree in planning, public policy, public administration, or a related field, and 10+ years of related experience with increasing responsibility as a senior executive or manager. A graduate degree is preferred.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Tahoe Regional Planning Agency is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 11, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Ephrata, Washington Ephrata, WA, USA
Jul 31, 2022
Full Time
City Administrator City of Ephrata, Washington Salary: $130,000 - $161,000   The rural community of Ephrata, pop. 8,620, is located in central Washington and enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year. The City of Ephrata is the county seat for Grant County which has a population of over 100,000 residents. The county is known for its varied landscapes of high desert plateaus with coulees, lakes, reservoirs, sand dunes, canals, rivers, creeks, and other waterways. The area offers world class fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, bird and wildlife watching, boating and water sports, and many spectacular golf courses.   The City of Ephrata operates under the Mayor-Council form of government with seven council members elected to four-year terms. Services provided by the City include Police, Fire, Water/Sewer, and Public Works. Appointed positions include the City Administrator, the City Clerk/Finance Director, the Police Chief, the Community Development Director, the Public Works Director, the Fire Chief, the Recreation Director, and the Building Official. The City of Ephrata employs 49 FTEs and operates on a 2022 budget of $25,577,623.   Under the direction of the Mayor, the City Administrator acts as the Chief Administrative Officer of the city for day-to-day operations. The City Administrator directs the administration of city government functions and services, and provides leadership in the long- and short-term goals of the city. The City Administrator makes recommendations to the Mayor and Council for policy and action. This position will have direct supervision over the City Clerk/Finance Director, Community Development Director, Parks & Recreation Director, Public Works Director, Police Chief, and the Fire Chief.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration or a closely related field is required. A minimum of five (5) years of experience in a senior management position is required. Experience as a City Manager or City Administrator, Deputy/Assistant City Manager or City Administrator, or department director in a city, county, or other applicable public sector agency of similar or greater complexity and size is preferred. Any equivalent combination of experience, education and training may be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Ephrata is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 4, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Jul 31, 2022
Full Time
County Roads Capital Programming Manager Clark County, Washington Salary :  $90,504 - $127,848   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   The County Roads Capital Programming Manager will supervise the Capital Project Programming Section within the Office of the County Engineer in the Public Works Department. There are two programming specialists and two (one at half time) engineers in the section that lead project scoping and grant activities in the delivery of exciting and challenging projects for several programs in Public Works, including Transportation, Parks, Clean Water, Bridges/Culverts, Sidewalks, and Pavement Preservation. The Capital programming section develops the Six-Year Transportation Improvement Program and the Annual Construction Program for adoption by the Clark County Council. The section is also responsible for development of several report submissions to the County Road Administration Board to help assure compliance with legal and appropriate expenditure of the County Road Funds. This position reports to the County Engineer and works collaboratively with sections throughout Public Works and other county departments. It will also work closely with state and federal agencies in coordinating project activities, along with working directly with technical committees, the public and neighborhood associations. Administrative responsibilities include developing and refining program goals, setting and managing objectives and measurable outcomes, ensuring compliance with the county, state, and federal regulations, and timely delivery of Public Works projects. In addition, the position would need to understand compliance in consultation with developing feasible funding strategies and leveraging dollars to build capital projects.   Please see the complete position profile for the education, experience and other requirements, and desired qualifications for this position.   For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 29, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Jul 30, 2022
Full Time
Preservation Section Manager (Engineering Services Manager III) Clark County, Washington Salary :  $90,504 - $127,848   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   Receiving administrative direction from an Engineering Division Manager, Engineering Services Manager III incumbents are responsible for supervising and planning the activities and operations of an assigned section within a division or program in the Department of Public Works. This position requires an objective engineering-based approach to guide preservation efforts and staying current with the latest technologies in asset condition and analysis management software, including appropriate field testing. The incumbent will serve as a subject matter expert in these specialized fields on cross-functional project teams. The selected candidate will have demonstrated aptitude in preserving assets such as pavements, bridges, culverts and other structures, have the ability to work collaboratively within Public Works and with neighboring agencies, and prove dedication to continuous process improvement.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or any other discipline applicable to the requirements of the position; and five (5) years of increasingly responsible engineering and project or program management experience, including the supervision of professional and technical staff. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of Washington or the ability to obtain within six (6) months of hire is highly desired. Bridge Condition Inspector Certification in accordance to National Bridge Inventory System (NBIS) program and Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) is highly desired. All combinations of education, experience, and training that demonstrate the ability to perform the work will be considered.   For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 29, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Jul 30, 2022
Full Time
Engineering Services Division Manager Clark County, Washington Salary :  $95,100 - $134,316   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   The Engineering Services Division Manager manages and oversees the program and personnel activities for the Design and Engineering Division. This Division Manager is responsible for the development of capital projects for Clark County Public Works. This position manages an annual budget of approximately $37 million per year, consisting of approximately $14 million in staff, resources and internal costs with the remainder being consultant contracts and construction projects. Administrative responsibilities include development and refinement of program goals, setting and managing objectives and measurable outcomes, ensuring alignment with the County Code, State law, application of the county practices across the design and construction of capital projects. The Engineering Services Division Manager manages a field crew of 58, including direct supervision of the County Surveyor, Design, Project Management, Construction Management, Construction Inspection and Environmental Permitting. This position reports to the County Engineer and works collaboratively with sections in other divisions such as Transportation, Road Operations, Real Property Services, Capital Programming and Development Review. The position also works closely the Clean Water, Parks, Communications and Finance Divisions of Public Works.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in civil engineering or any other discipline applicable to the requirements of the position; and five (5) years of increasingly responsible engineering and project or program management experience, including the supervision of professional and technical staff. Registration as a Professional Civil Engineer in the State of Washington or the ability to obtain within six (6) months of hire. Five (5) to seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in a closely related field, preferably in a public works or community development agency. Two (2) years of demonstrated management experience managing a group of technical personnel, developing budgets, and developing and achieving program goals and objectives. All combinations of education, experience, and training that demonstrate the ability to perform the work will be considered.   For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 29, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Jul 30, 2022
Full Time
County Engineer Clark County, Washington Salary :  $107,580 - $152,004   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   The County Engineer reports to the Director of Public Works and is fully responsible for supervising the maintenance, construction, repair, and operation of all county roads within Clark County. This position is an executive leadership role that is a critical member of the Senior Management Team within Public Works with both direct and indirect supervisory responsibilities. There are only 39 identified County Engineers within the State of Washington, and this position is one of them. There is a large assortment of legal and regulatory requirements associated with performing the function of the county engineer, and compliance and adherence to best practices is a critical component of this role. The successful candidate will be able to manage the delicate balance between technical strength as a subject matter expert and the communication skills necessary to convey complexities to an audience that is diverse in experiences, backgrounds, and perspectives.   A bachelor's degree in civil engineering or a closely related field and a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible civil engineering experience, preferably in a public works agency. A minimum of three (3) years supervisory or management experience. Registration as a professional civil engineer in the State of Washington or the ability to procure such registration within the first six months of employment.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 29, 2022 (open until filled).
Clark County, Washington Vancouver, WA, USA
Jul 30, 2022
Full Time
Director, Public Works Clark County, Washington Salary :  $118,860 - $167,964   Located in southwest Washington, Clark County stretches from the north bank of the Columbia River to the southern shadows of Mount St. Helens. As a regional hub for transportation and commerce, Clark County is across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, and the Portland International Airport, and is a vital player in a bi-state metropolitan area with a growing economy, an exemplary education system and access to high-quality health care, housing, transportation, parks and many other amenities. Clark County is the fifth most populous county in Washington with more than 481,950 residents. Clark County’s seat and largest city is Vancouver, which is the fourth largest city in Washington and boasts a vibrant downtown. With a mild year-round climate, the region is the perfect place to take advantage of outdoor recreational activities.   The Clark County Public Works Department employs more than 300 employees and provides services primarily to 225,000 residents who live in unincorporated areas outside city boundaries. The department is currently divided into six divisions: Administration & Finance, Clean Water, Engineering & Construction, Parks & Lands, Road Maintenance & Safety, and Transportation & Development.   Reporting to the County Administrator, the Director of Public Works represents, advises and assists the County Administrator and Board of County Commissioners in all Public Works services and functions. The position will direct the Public Works functions of Transportation, Operations and Maintenance, Equipment Services, Parks, and Environmental Services and others as assigned, managing a staff of over 200 positions through intermediate managers. The Director determines overall department organization, mission, core services and allocation of financial, human and capital resources, and develops and manages short- and long-term department goals and priorities. At the discretion of the County, this position may be designated to act in the additional legal capacity of County Engineer. The additional designation as County Engineer provides authority to exercise technical review and approval for professional engineering and contractual services performed by and for the Department of Public Works as provided by WAC 1360 10-030 and RCW 36.80.   Candidates must have a bachelor's degree and eight (8) to ten (10) years of responsible management experience providing expertise in the direction of Public Works programs and services. A master’s degree in public administration, civil engineering or a related field is highly desirable. When serving in the second capacity as County Engineer, the incumbent must be registered as a professional civil engineer in the State of Washington. Job candidates must possess the credentials and ability to procure such registration within the first six (6) months of employment. The ideal experience would provide a thorough knowledge of public works infrastructures such as transportation and wastewater treatment, with exposure to other areas such as parks, fleet management, solid waste management, and storm water management.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Clark County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 29, 2022 (open until filled).
Lake Cushman Maintenance Company Hoodsport, Washington, USA
Jul 29, 2022
Full Time
General Manager Lake Cushman Maintenance Company Hoodsport, Washington Salary: $85,000 - $100,000   Lake Cushman is a 4,010-acre lake and reservoir located 45 minutes north of Olympia, Washington. Lake Cushman is known for its beautiful crystal-clear blue water, as well as thick stands of hemlock, fir and cedar trees. The lake has more than 25 miles of shoreline, offering everything from an upscale waterfront lifestyle to a more remote “off the grid” experience. Lake Cushman has 3,150 lots or parcels, subleased by approximately 2,500 households, and many who spend vacations and weekends enjoying the area. Residents and visitors alike enjoy a thriving and vibrant family friendly community with an active, yet laid-back lifestyle. The area features many nearby outdoor activities including golf at the 9-hole, 18 tees Lake Cushman Golf Course, boating, sailing, water skiing, tubing, swimming, hiking, fishing, bicycling, disc golf and more. Hoodsport is minutes away and offers restaurants, unique shops and a fully stocked, locally owned grocery store.   The Lake Cushman Maintenance Company (LCMC) is the homeowner’s association for the Lake Cushman Development. LCMC operates under a board of directors with a 2022 budget of $3,951,130 and employs approximately 35 employees at the peak of summer, including seasonal employees. The LCMC has department heads who run the day-to-day operations of the organization’s six departments, which include Public Works, Parks & Recreation, Financial, Security, Support Services, and Golf Course.   Working under the general direction of the Board of Directors, the General Manager serves as the liaison between the Board of Directors and the Lake Cushman Company, the master lease holder. The General Manager plans, directs and supervises all departments, appoints and removes all department heads and approves appointment and removal of other employees. The General Manager also assures adherence to all Federal, State, County and Company ordinances, RCWs, Resolutions, & Covenants, prepares, submits, and administers the adopted budget, and advises the Board of financial conditions both for current and future needs based on the Reserve Study.   It is desirable for candidates to have a bachelor’s degree, and a minimum of five (5) years of experience as an on-site HOA manager or equal management position such as City Manager/Administrator, Public Works Manager, Parks/Recreation Manager or Golf Course Manager. The ideal candidate will hold CAI Certificates, such as Professional Community Association Manager, Large Scale Manager or Community Association Professional or Municipal Accreditations/Degrees. Experience with strategic planning, setting attainable goals, and ability to develop people through management and leadership is highly desired. Candidates may possess any combination of relevant education and experience that demonstrates their ability to perform the essential duties and responsibilities.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Lake Cushman Maintenance Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 11, 2022 (open until filled).
Town of Superior, Colorado Superior, CO, USA
Jul 26, 2022
Full Time
Public Works & Utilities Director Town of Superior, Colorado Hiring Range :  $111,668 - $139,424   The Town of Superior, (pop. approx. 13,000), is a suburban community located in Boulder County, Colorado, twenty-three miles northwest of Denver and eight miles southeast of the Boulder. The community has a high value for education, excellence, and recreation. Currently, Superior is in the process of developing its downtown as a pedestrian-friendly civic heart of the community with a mix of residential, commercial, and recreational uses.   The Town of Superior’s Public Works & Utilities Department is responsible for transportation planning and traffic engineering, which includes street maintenance, snow removal, management of capital projects and development review. Also included within this department is the management of SMD No. 1 which plans for and provides water treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, and storm water management. The department has 13 FTEs, which includes the Public Works & Utilities Director, a Civil Engineer, a Utilities Superintendent, a Senior Construction Inspector, a Public Works & Utilities Coordinator, Field Maintenance Superintendent and five Field Maintenance Technicians. The department contracts for many services, including water treatment; wastewater treatment; snow and ice removal; signing and striping; traffic signal maintenance; street light maintenance; street construction and other capital improvement projects. The department has a 2022 operating budget of $8.5 million, and a capital budget which varies from $5 million to $10 million per year.   Under the direction of the Town Manager, the Public Works & Utilities Director plans, directs, supervises, and coordinates the operations and functions of streets and of the water, sewer, and reuse water utilities, including water supply, treatment, storage, reuse water irrigating system, wastewater collection and treatment, and storm drainage systems.   Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in engineering, public administration, management, or a related field. 6 years of increasingly responsible professional experience in engineering work and construction, with a minimum of 3 years of experience in both transportation and utilities. Graduate degree in civil engineering or public administration and professional engineering registration in Colorado are desired. Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides evidence that the applicant possesses the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be considered.   For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Town of Superior is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 7, 2022 (open until filled).
Pierce County Superior Court Tacoma, WA, USA
Jul 24, 2022
Full Time
Court Reporter Pierce County Superior Court Tacoma, Washington Approximately $49.40 hourly (35 hours per week)   Located in western Washington at the foot of majestic Mount Rainier and along the shores of the Puget Sound, Carr Inlet, and Commencement Bay, Pierce County is full of vibrant communities that offer countless cultural and educational opportunities. The nearby Cascade and Olympic Mountain ranges, the waters of the scenic Puget Sound, and the County’s many parks, including the 702-acre Point Defiance Park, offer a wealth of outdoor recreation opportunities. The county seat of Tacoma is the largest city, with a population of 222,000 residents and is centrally located just 32 miles south of the City of Seattle and 31 miles north of the state capital, Olympia.   The Pierce County Superior Court is an innovative, high performing, high volume, urban court with 23 elected judges and ten court commissioners. Its mission is to actively manage the business of the court to provide for fair, prompt and efficient resolution of disputes; maintain independence and parity as an equal branch of government; and provide due process and individual justice. The key elements of the Court’s current strategic plan fall into seven areas: enhancing the administration of justice; broadening access to justice and service to the public; promoting competence, professionalism and civility; judicial independence-insuring impartiality and accountability; improving court facilities; affectively utilizing technology; and building trust and confidence through community outreach.   The Court Reporter will report directly to a Superior Court Judge and will be responsible for creating the official record of all sessions of Superior Court as directed by the Judge, which includes, but is not limited to, the following: pretrial hearings, impaneling of the jury, opening statements, testimony, closing arguments, exceptions to jury instructions, jury instructions, post-trial hearings, probation, and sentencing hearings. Realtime reporting is preferred, but not required. The Court Reporter is responsible for producing efficient and accurate productions of transcripts and maintaining control and custody of stenographic notes. The Court Reporter must prepare and maintain detailed chronological logs in accordance with Superior Court rules and the timely securing and indexing of stenographic notes in accordance with the Superior Court Clerk’s Office.   Candidates must be a Certified Court Reporter as tested and qualified under WAC 308-14-085 and maintain certification on a yearly basis with the Department of Licensing. It is preferred that candidates are certified as a Registered Professional Reporter (RPR).   For a complete position profile and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Pierce County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 21, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Federal Way, Washington Federal Way, WA, USA
Jul 21, 2022
Full Time
Economic Development Director City of Federal Way, Washington Salary:  $130,164 - $164,844 Plus excellent benefits including: Up to $10,000 relocation reimbursement and 2022 and 2023 retention incentive bonuses at year-end, up to $5,000 per year.   Located along the shores of Puget Sound, Federal Way, Washington, is known for its saltwater beaches, world-class sports venues, arts and cultural events and much more. Since its incorporation in 1990, the city has focused on important community projects such as downtown revitalization, transportation system improvements, new parks, and new community facilities for the performing arts. With a population of over 101,000, Federal Way is located within a 30-minute drive from both Seattle and Tacoma.  Bordered on its west side by the magnificent Puget Sound, and with the Olympic and Cascade Mountain Ranges in close proximity, Federal Way offers spectacular views and year-round recreational opportunities.   The City of Federal Way operates as a Mayor-Council government, employs 386 FTEs, 160-170 temporary and/or seasonal employees, and operates with an annual budget of $132 million. City departments include the Mayor’s Office (which includes the City Clerk’s Office, Emergency Management and Human Resources), Community Development, Information Technology, Finance, Law, Public Works, Parks, Police, and Municipal Court.   Under the direction of the Mayor and City Administrator, the Economic Development Director directs, plans, leads, coordinates, supervises and manages economic development activities and operations and the downtown revitalization functions for the City. This includes preparing and managing the economic development budget and recommending policy, infrastructure, marketing, recruitment, and negotiations for new development. This position will work to enhance the economic health and vitality of the city; develop, recommend and implement short and long-range economic revitalization strategies for the City and its business districts; and develop and manage programs to recruit and retain businesses and aid businesses seeking expansion.   Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Economics, Business/Public Administration, or closely related field and five years of increasingly responsible management experience related to economic development, commercial real estate development, community development, or closely related field is desired. The ideal candidate will have grant writing and grant management experience, and knowledge of real estate transition processes.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Federal Way is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 21, 2022 (open until filled).
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Beaverton, OR, USA
Jul 19, 2022
Full Time
Sports Manager / Recreation Manager Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Beaverton, Oregon Salary: $108,516 - $160,776   Headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon, Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) is an award-winning park district located in one of the most beautiful and livable areas of the Pacific Northwest. Just seven miles west of Portland, in the heart of the “Silicon Forest”, Beaverton is Oregon’s sixth largest city and is home to nearly 300 high tech companies, including the headquarters of globally recognized Nike and Tektronix. Beaverton is a culturally diverse, family-friendly city and is known for its many well-planned neighborhoods, low crime rate, outstanding school system, and a wide variety of cultural and recreational opportunities.   THPRD is the largest special park district in Oregon, spanning 50 square miles and serving about 250,000 residents in the greater Beaverton area. The district provides year-round recreational opportunities for people of all ages and abilities, including thousands of widely diverse classes, 117 park sites with active recreational amenities, nearly 70 miles of trails, eight swim centers, six recreation centers, and 1,500 acres of natural areas. The district also offers 104 baseball and softball fields, 147 multipurpose fields, 60 indoor and outdoor basketball courts, 110 indoor and outdoor tennis courts, volleyball courts, skate parks, dog parks, historic sites, and community gardens. THPRD operates on an annual operating budget, for 2022, of over $63 million with 194 full-time employees, 22 part-time employees, and 650-1,000 seasonal employees.   Under the direction of the Sports & Inclusion Director, the Sports Manager is responsible for the planning, promotion, implementation, and supervision of all program services and staff at assigned district locations. This position is associated with the adaptive and inclusion recreation programs. This position coordinates relationships with affiliated sports groups, the Beaverton School District, and other partner groups and agencies, and is responsible for the overall coordination of districtwide sports matters. Under the direction of the Recreation & Aquatics Director, the Recreation Manager is responsible for the planning, promotion, implementation, and supervision of all program services and staff at assigned district locations. The Recreation Manager manages the districtwide out of school program THRIVE, all-day camp programs, 9-month preschool programs, and the customer service team.   A bachelor’s degree with major course work in a related field, or equivalent work-life experience, and a minimum of seven (7) years of increasingly responsible experience in parks and recreation, including a minimum of three (3) years of experience in management or as an expert individual contributor responsible for leading employees and projects. Candidates should have experience in a variety of Human Resource areas such as hiring staff, staff evaluations, and employee relations. A Certified Park & Recreation Professional (CPRP) is preferred. Bilingual and multilingual skills are preferred.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 14, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Loveland, Colorado Loveland, CO, USA
Jul 15, 2022
Full Time
Police Chief City of Loveland, Colorado $141,800 - $226,800   Loveland, Colorado, (pop. 81,127), is known as the “gateway to the Rockies” and is conveniently located just 35 minutes east of the Rocky Mountain National Park, just 45 minutes north of Denver and world class ski resorts, and 45 minutes south of Wyoming. Loveland and its surrounding communities enjoy over 300 days of sunshine each year, with warm summers and snowy winters, making the area an outdoor paradise with an abundance of both indoor and outdoor activities. Residents and visitors are surrounded with over 5,000 acres of open space, natural areas and a multitude of scenic lakes, rivers, and streams.   The City of Loveland Police Department is comprised of four divisions: Administration, Operations, Special Operations, and Support Services, and operates on a 2022 budget of $27,658,905, with 171.1 FTEs, of which 115 are sworn. The Administration Division directs the overall operations of the Department through the Office of the Chief of Police, Deputy Chief, and Assistant Chiefs. The Operations Division primarily houses the uniform patrol officers and addresses response to calls for service from citizens. The Special Operations Division is responsible for Recruiting, Training, and the Firearms Unit. The Support Services Division houses personnel, including Criminal Investigations, Special Investigations Unit, Forensic Services (Property and Evidence), Communications, and Records. The Department answered 44,402 911 calls in 2021. The Loveland Emergency Communications Center (LECC) is the Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) for 911, dispatching for the Loveland Police Department, Loveland Fire and Rescue, Loveland Rural Fire, Big Thompson Canyon Fire, Thompson Valley EMS and the Berthoud Fire Protection District.   Under the direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief leads, builds, and maintains trust with the organization and community, while directing and leading all Police Department operations and activities. It is the duty of the Police Chief to plan, organize, coordinate, and supervise operations and administrative personnel, and consistently communicate to the region, community, and staff. Other responsibilities include the coordination and collaboration with internal and external stakeholders to lead and support police partnerships throughout the organization, region and community, including under-served, vulnerable populations.   A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice, law enforcement, public administration, or a related discipline, and ten years of progressively responsible experience in law enforcement positions, including three years of successful experience as Chief and/or top-level management tier positions in law enforcement required (five years preferred), and a high-level of community interaction is required. Candidates must be state certified or eligible to become state certified by the Colorado POST board upon appointment. A graduate degree, advanced training, such as FBI National Academy, Southern Police Institute or equivalent training programs, and municipal law enforcement experience is preferred.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Loveland is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: September 4, 2022 (open until filled).
Southwest District Health Caldwell, ID, USA
Jul 14, 2022
Full Time
Clinical Specialist (Nurse Practitioner / Physician's Assistant) Southwest District Health Caldwell, Idaho $38.97 - $48.71 per hour / 30 - 40 hours per week ($60,793 - $101,316) Plus excellent benefits, including moving and tuition reimbursement, and a retention bonus   Southwest District Health (SWDH) strives to ensure a better quality of life for the residents of southwest Idaho in Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette, and Washington Counties. SWDH’s primary office is in Caldwell, Idaho, nestled in the ever-growing Canyon County, and only 30 minutes west of the state’s capital, Boise. Southwest Idaho offers residents and visitors awe inspiring hiking and biking trails, numerous rivers for fishing, rafting, kayaking and even jet boating, and sand dunes that allow for ATV or dirt bike riding, and camping. The region has historical sites and national monuments, state parks, top-notch wineries, local craft breweries and a variety of other entertainment options.   Southwest District Health is one of the largest health districts within Idaho, providing a wide range of challenging, diverse and flexible positions for approximately 110 employees. The District operates 30 locations, with 4 primary offices, serving a total of nearly 314,000 residents District-wide. Programs and services provided by SWDH include General Support Services, Family and Clinic Services, and Community and Environmental Health.   Operating with 45 FTEs on a FY2022 budget of $7.2 million, the Family and Clinic Services Division is separated into the Family Services, Clinic Services and Customer Service sections. Services provided by the Division include preventative primary care, reproductive health, preventative oral health, immunizations, STI screening and treatment, tuberculosis clinic, Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP), Diabetes Self-management Training (DSMT), Parents as Teachers®, Nurse Family Partnership®, breast feeding peer counseling, and Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). Under the direction of the Division Administrator, the Clinical Specialist provides direct client care for acute and chronic illness and disease, including assessing, diagnosing, planning, and prescribing pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments, therapeutic and corrective measures and health promotion and preventive care. The scope of clinical services includes, but is not limited to, reproductive health for women and men and immunizations for children; select vaccine for adults, and primary care. Scope of care may expand based on identified needs within the community and per the department.   Candidates must have eligibility for registration as a Physician Assistant with the Board of Medicine or Nurse Practitioner with the Board of Nursing.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Southwest District Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 14, 2022 (open until filled). (Applications reviewed weekly.)
City of Toppenish, Washington Toppenish, WA, USA
Jul 13, 2022
Full Time
Administrative Services Director City of Toppenish, Washington $87,798 - $114,132   Incorporated in 1907, the City of Toppenish is located in the agricultural center of the Yakima Valley in central Washington. Home to 8,854 residents, Toppenish is culturally diverse with a Hispanic population of 75%. A premier place to live, work and play, Toppenish offers a temperate climate, a low cost of living, and a strong sense of community. Toppenish has preserved its beginnings as a rugged western town through restoration and beautification efforts that make it a popular tourist attraction today. Sitting amid productive agricultural fields, orchards, vineyards, and hop yards, Toppenish enjoys easy access to the Yakima River where residents and visitors enjoy fishing, boating, rafting, and much more. With warm summers, cool winters, and four distinct but mild seasons, Toppenish boasts 300 days of sunshine per year. The Yakima Valley is well known throughout the state as the heart of the Northwest craft beverage scene, and also offers award-winning wines and wine country tours.   The City of Toppenish operates under the Council-Manager form of government. The City’s seven Councilmembers hire the City Manager who serves as the City’s Chief Executive Officer. The City operates with 54 FTEs from five departments, including Executive, Fire, Police, Public Works, and Administrative Services, on a 2022 budget of $31 million.   The Administrative Services Department serves as the first point of contact for the City and is responsible for all finance functions, including customer service, accounts payable, accounts receivable, utility billing, and payroll. The Department operates with 5 FTEs on a 2022 budget of $1.1M. Under the limited supervision of the City Manager, the Administrative Services Director exercises a high degree of initiative, independence, professional expertise and supervisory skills in management, administration and supervision of all of the City’s financial and accounting functions, property/liability insurance, risk management, strategic financial planning, capital assets, grant administration, and (contracted) municipal court. The Administrative Services Director manages the daily activities and responsibilities assigned by the City Manager, making independent decisions on operational issues, managing, and evaluating the effectiveness of technical operations, monitoring implementation of the City budget, coordinating special projects and activities for departments, and ensuring that the City's programs are implemented in a manner consistent with City goals.   Any combination equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in Finance or Accounting, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a closely related field, and five years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal government, including two years of administrative and supervisory responsibility. Any equivalent combination of training and experience that provides evidence that the applicant possesses the required knowledge, skills, and abilities will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Toppenish is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 14, 2022 (open until filled).
Port of Lewiston Lewiston, ID, USA
Jul 11, 2022
Full Time
Broadband Manager / Operations Manager Port of Lewiston Lewiston, Idaho Salary:  $90,000 - $110,000   Located at the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater rivers, Lewiston, Idaho, is marked by unparalleled natural beauty and outdoor recreational activities enjoyed by the city’s 33,000 residents. With mild weather and minimal average precipitation, Lewiston offers year-round golf, hiking, water-skiing, sailing, jetboating, whitewater rafting, and world-class hunting, fishing, and camping. There are ten state parks within 50 miles of the city, and Hells Canyon, the deepest river gorge in North America, is nearby. Lewiston is the Nez Perce County seat and is also home to Lewis-Clark State College, which has an annual enrollment of approximately 4,000 students.   The Port of Lewiston is a local municipal corporation whose primary mission is to develop and manage assets and services that stimulate job creation and trade, while enhancing the quality of life for Nez Perce County residents. The Port has a three-member Port Commission and operates with 5 FTEs on a FY 2023 operating budget of $3,559,404. Located 465 miles from the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Lewiston is the most inland port on the West Coast. Projects include transportation, fiber optic networks, and land development.   In 2016, the Port of Lewiston began constructing dark fiber optic infrastructure within the Port District to establish an open access telecommunications network for economic development purposes. To date, the Port has constructed approximately 50 miles of dark fiber optic infrastructure. The Port’s plan is a phased approach in constructing an open access dark fiber network within the City of Lewiston, Nez Perce County and beyond to provide a fiber optic highway that is accessible to all service providers on an equal basis. Under the general direction of the General Manager, the Broadband/Operations Manager oversees the Port’s organizational processes, with an emphasis on the Port’s broadband and fiber optic expansion projects. Responsibilities include the strategic development of broadband network designs and working with subject matter experts and stakeholders to create impactful networks that will create business opportunities and quality of life improvements. The Broadband/Operations Manager will track the Port’s processes and make recommendations to the General Manager for improvements. This position will have primary oversight of Port projects, tracking budgetary and timeline compliance. As a key piece of the Port’s leadership team, this person will be expected to communicate both within the team and with others outside the Port in a professional, concise, and meaningful manner, providing input on strategic planning, budgeting, staffing, and all aspects of Port operations. This position will play a role in defining the Port’s positions on issues such as preservation of dams, broadband policy, Port growth, and organizational development.   Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in an applicable field, and three years of experience working with fiber networks, with a preference for experience designing and configuring optimal fiber networks. Five years of progressively responsible work experience at a level that required supervision or management of projects and/or programs is also required. Experience with municipal government practices is a plus.   For a complete position profile, full job description, and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on "Open Recruitments". For questions, call 206-368-0050. The Port of Lewiston is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 7, 2022 (open until filled).
Jefferson County, Washington Port Townsend, WA, USA
Jul 08, 2022
Full Time
Central Services Director / Deputy County Administrator Jefferson County, Washington Salary :  $102,578 - $133,841   Located on the Olympic Peninsula in western Washington, Jefferson County offers an amazing quality of life. The region offers incredible outdoor recreational opportunities both on sea and in the mountains, stunningly beautiful landscapes, and a uniquely vibrant cultural scene. Stretching from the Puget Sound to the Pacific Coast, Jefferson County is home to just over 32,000 residents. Accessible by ferry or car from Seattle on the east side of the Puget Sound, Jefferson County has maintained a historic character while embracing a progressive and creative way of life. The communities of Port Hadlock, Irondale, and Port Townsend are as varied as the geography that surrounds them which, historically, formed a major seaport in the 1800's, and most of that era’s unique architecture remains. Port Townsend is the only incorporated city in Jefferson County and is the county seat. The city has a population of approximately 9,500, though the city's spectacular festivals, vibrant cultural scene, and other unique attractions bring over a million visitors each year.   The Board of County Commissioners is the legislative authority of Jefferson County and is comprised of three Commissioners who serve four-year terms. In addition, Jefferson County citizens elect their Assessor, Auditor, Clerk, District Court Judge, Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, Superior Court Judge, and Treasurer. The County’s General Fund budget for 2022 is $27 million and the total budget is $78 million.   Under the general direction of the County Administrator, the Central Services Director/Deputy County Administrator is responsible for budgeting, capital planning, and financial planning and analysis for the Central Services Department. This position will plan, organize, and direct all Central Service Department functions and divisions, including Information Services (information technology, telecommunications, GIS, records management, and public records administration), Facilities (facilities maintenance, capital facility planning and projects, and debt service), and Equipment Rental. This position will assist the County Administrator, Board of County Commissioners and departments to plan and implement public administration best management practices, work closely with the independent Elected Officials and department directors, coordinate with other governments and organizations, manage special projects and provide support as requested by the County Administrator.   Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, financial management, business administration, accounting, or a closely related field; and five (5) years of progressively responsible public sector management experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. A master’s degree in a related field is strongly preferred.   For a complete position profile, full job description, and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. Jefferson County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: August 14, 2022 (open until filled).
City of Hubbard, Oregon Hubbard, Oregon, USA
Jul 05, 2022
Full Time
City Administrator City of Hubbard, Oregon Salary :  Up to $115,000   Located in the lush Willamette River Valley in the northeastern corner of Marion County, Oregon, the City of Hubbard is a quaint, friendly bedroom community with a small-town atmosphere. Though comfortably surrounded by agricultural lands, Hubbard has convenient access to a variety of local and surrounding attractions, amenities, and year-round recreational opportunities. With the Cascade Mountain range to the east, ocean beaches to the west, the large metropolitan city of Portland to the north, and Salem, the state capital, about 20 miles to the south, visitors and residents have ample opportunities to explore the many treasures of the Pacific Northwest. As “the small town with a big heart,” Hubbard is home to just over 3,300 full time residents. While most of the current residents are retired or working in nearby Portland or Salem, the area is anticipating future growth in the next couple of years with the hopes of maintaining its small-town appeal and local interests.   The City of Hubbard operates under a mayor-council form of government. The Council is composed of a Mayor and four Council members elected from the city at large. The Mayor is elected for a term of two years, presides over deliberations of the Council and is a voting member. The four Council members are elected, each for a term of four years. The City of Hubbard operates on a 2021-22 budget of $10.1 million, with a beginning fund balance of $5.9 million, including a $1.4 million general fund. The City has 15 FTEs and one part-time staff member. The City’s three departments include Administration, Police, and Public Works. The Administration Department includes Municipal Court, Planning & Land Use, and Utility Billing. The Public Works Department includes parks, water, sewer, and streets.   Under the general direction of the Mayor and the City Council, the City Administrator is the administrative head of the City and is responsible for the overall management and administration of the City and city staff. This is a newly created position and, initially, the City Administrator will also serve as the City’s Finance Director. The City Administrator assists the council with the development of city policies and carries out policies established by ordinances, resolutions, and council directives. This position will exercise supervision over the City’s general affairs and all employees, contractors, and agents, except the city attorney and municipal judge. The City Administrator also plans, directs, and oversees the operations of the City’s finances, including financial reporting, billing systems, payroll, and budget development, with accountability for results in terms of costs, personnel, and financial best practices.   A bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance, public administration, public policy, or a closely related field, and at least 5 years of experience in public, finance, or municipal administration is required. A master’s degree in public or municipal administration is preferred. Candidates that possess any combination of education or experience that displays the relevant skills and training necessary to be successful will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Hubbard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This position is Open Until Filled . Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted.
City of Veneta, Oregon Veneta, OR, USA
Jun 29, 2022
Full Time
Finance Director City of Veneta, Oregon Hiring Range :  $79,552 - $86,043 (Full Range: $73,550 - $104,685)   The City of Veneta, (pop. 5,271), is located in the midst of a large rural, recreation-oriented, and forested area about twelve miles west of Eugene, Oregon. Natural features around it include the Fern Ridge Reservoir, the Coastal Mountain Range to the west and Cascade Mountain Range to the east. These surroundings boast forests, wetlands, and agricultural operations, including several award-winning wineries and local retail farms. Incorporated in 1962, Veneta has transformed from a bustling timber town to a progressive, visionary city that has both embraced recent growth and continues to prepare for future growth with major projects such as a downtown redevelopment, strong local business support, and upgraded parks.   The City of Veneta has four departments: the City Administrator’s Office, Public Works, Community Development, and Finance, in addition to an Urban Renewal Agency. Veneta has 17 FTEs, 4.7 seasonal employees, and operates on a 2022-2023 budget of $10,076,939, with total ending fund balances projected to be $17,114,040. The Veneta Urban Renewal Agency’s 2022-2023 budget is $1,781,000 with total ending fund balances projected to be $2,444,027.   The Finance Department is responsible for the City’s payroll, general ledger accounting system (including cash receipts, accounts payable, accounts receivable), financial reporting and reconciling, year-end closing, audit preparation, budget monitoring, utility billing, banking, procurements, treasury, information technology, reception, and general office support. The department’s budget is shared, in part, with the City Administrator’s Office in the General Fund budget of $1,927,400 with a projected ending fund balance of $2,388,602. The department operates with four FTEs, including the Finance Director. With anticipated City Council approval on July 11th, a new supervisor position will be created that oversees City administrative/central services functions and personnel. This position would be the Finance Director’s only direct report. Under the direction of the City Administrator, the Finance Director’s areas of responsibility will be financial, budgetary, and treasury activities, procurement, and risk management with oversight of administrative functions through the new supervisor position. The Director also provides finance and budget services to the Veneta Urban Renewal Agency.   Candidates must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, business administration, or a related field, with experience and/or education in government finance, four (4) years of progressive municipal accounting/auditing experience, and two (2) years of internal service supervisory experience. The selected candidate must have knowledge of principles and practices of GAAP, and experience with Caselle accounting software or a similar municipal/enterprise accounting and data management product. Any combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the essential functions of the job will be considered.   For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ , click on "Open Recruitments" and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Veneta is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: July 31, 2022 (open until filled).