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City Administrator - City of Williston, North Dakota

Located at the confluence of the Yellowstone and Missouri Rivers, Williston, North Dakota is recognized as a regional center for business, leisure, and economic development. Covering 23 square miles, it is the county seat of Williams County and home to over 27,000 residents.

The City of Williston operates under the governance of a Commission, made up of five members, one of which is the President or Mayor. The City employs 250 staff members and its FY2016 budget is $211.4 million. The City Commission has established the Administrator position to address the future growth of the community and the associated complexities of proactively running an organization that provides a highly diverse mix of municipal services.

The selected candidate must hold a bachelor's degree in public or business administration, finance, or related field. A master's degree is preferred. The new City Administrator should have five to seven years of increasingly responsible experience in local government public administration, including three years of supervisory/management responsibility. A combination of education and experience may be considered.

View complete position profile and apply online at:

For more information:
Doug Thomas, Regional Director
Strategic Government Resources

Posted May 25, 2016


Accounting Assistant/Budget Administrator Seward, NE. (Salaried - Exempt).  Open until filled.
ACCOUNTABILITY:  Under the direction of the City Treasurer and in compliance with State Statute and City Code.
JOB SUMMARY:  Assist the Treasurer and Finance Director in maintaining, preparing and reviewing complex financial records, reports and projects; preparing and presenting annual City budget; allocating, controlling, accounting, and auditing the funds for all City departments, funds, and programs; preparing documents for annual Audit; assisting with special projects and grants; perform all other duties as assigned.

Assist in preparing financial statements and month-end cash and investment reports; maintain and reconcile a variety of ledgers and accounts; make journal entries; examine accounting transactions to ensure accuracy; correct financial records as necessary for the City.
Extract, compile, study, analyze and interpret financial data from vouchers, journals and other accounting documents and databases to develop and prepare spreadsheets, reports, statements and other financial documents to assist management in analyzing, financial planning, forecasting, budgeting, and decision making.
Interpret appropriate federal and State laws, rules, regulations, and standards to ensure compliance and efficient operation in accordance with the prescribed accounting principles, theories, and concepts.
Research and interpret State and Federal laws and prepare a variety of State and Federal reports regarding municipal accounting. Provide analysis related to cash flows for various funds. Monitor compliance and accounting for grants.
Maintain and review accounting software and recommend new programs and upgrades. Work with IT consultants, respond and resolve City staff inquiries regarding computer software applications.
Research and understand a variety of financial software databases for extraction of financial data to end users including general public.
Perform and provide analytical analysis of financial results and assist in research and implementation of emerging issues.
As needed, present financial and budget information at work sessions, public hearings, and council meetings. Monitor department budgetary expenditures and assist departments with budgetary compliance. Prepare State budget documents and fiscal notes for the City and Airport Authority. File the State budget forms.
Assist in the determination of the property tax requirement and levy.
Evaluate, review and assist in the development of accounting policies and procedures; recommends and implements policies and procedures.

Posted May 16, 2016


Fire Chief. City of South Sioux City, NE will accept applications for the full-time Fire Chief position until 12 noon on 6/17/16. Residency requirements. Application packet can be obtained at the City Clerk’s Office or http://www.southsiouxcity.org/eGov/apps/document/center.egov?view=item;id=3394  Submit application packet to City Clerk/HR, South Sioux City Hall, 1615 First Avenue, South Sioux City, NE 68776. City of South Sioux City is an EOE, women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Posted April 29, 2016


Assistant City Manager. City of Sidney, Nebraska (pop. 7,000; $48 million budget; 80 FTE’s), Sidney is a growing, dynamic community with an ambitious future!  Sidney is recognized as one of America’s top rural economic development communities.  The City is looking for a proven professional leader with strong communication skills to provide support to the City Manager and oversee the City public works departments including electric, parks & cemetery, solid waste, street, water and wastewater departments.   The desired candidate must have a bachelor’s degree in business, civil engineering, public administration or a closely related field, master’s degree preferred.  Five years of responsible administrative experience in municipal operations; or public works experience; or assistant city manager in a smaller community, or construction management background.

Salary $78K-$84K DOQ.  See www.cityofsidney.org under “About Us” for summary of position.   Contact Jo Houser, 254-7002, for more info.  First review of applications: 5/23/2016 by 5 p.m.  Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted April 27, 2016


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Chief Building Official. City of Sidney is seeking qualified applicants to apply for the Chief Building Official position open with the City.  This is a highly responsible administrative and technical position involving the administration and enforcement of building and related codes to assure compliance with building, plumbing, electrical, mechanical, energy, housing and public safety, zoning ordinances, and flood plain management.  Two years of post-secondary college or technical instruction in building technology, construction management, technical, electrical, plumbing, or building construction; and minimum of four years of experience in general construction and related fields.

Salary range $22.52/hr ($46,851 annual) to $30.22/hr ($62,856 annual).  See www.cityofsidney.org under “About Us” for summary of position and application.  Contact Jo Houser, 254-7002, for more info.  First review of applications:  5/13/2016 by 5 p.m.  Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted April 27, 2016


City Attorney. City of Englewood, Colorado, is a first-tier suburb located just south of Denver in Arapahoe County. The city has a population of 30,255 and is ideally situated in the South Platte River Valley, east of the Front Range of the Southern Rocky Mountains. Englewood is known for its small town charm and proximity to the Metro Denver area, which is easily accessible by light rail, bus, or car.
Englewood is a home-rule City with a Council-Manager form of government. The City has 476 benefited employees who staff departments providing a full array of municipal services. The total annual budget for FY16 is $45 million.
As the chief legal advisor and attorney for the City of Englewood, the City Attorney is appointed by, and reports directly to, the Mayor and City Council, while working closely with the City Manager and the senior leadership of the municipal organization to provide legal assistance and guidance in city programs and initiatives.
The chosen candidate will hold a Juris Doctor from a school of law accredited by the American Bar Association, be a duly licensed attorney in the State of Colorado, and be in good standing with the Bar of the State of Colorado. The City Charter requires a minimum of five years of experience in practicing law. The City will consider candidates who are licensed practicing attorneys in other states for which the Bar of the State of Colorado accepts reciprocity through its Admission on Motion process.
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For more information on this position contact:
Doug Thomas, Regional Director
Strategic Government Resources

Posted April 26, 2016


Construction and Facility Manager. Nebraska City. Visit www.gonebraskacity.com and nebraskacityne.gov.  Must have five (5) years construction management, three (3) years personnel management, three (3) years local government and/or municipal operations in planning, zoning, building inspection, and infrastructure management, and three (3) years budget and project management experience.  Must have a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, Construction Management, Facilities Management or other related field.  Any combination of related experience and education will be considered.  Certified Construction Manager (CCM), Certified Professional Constructor (CPC) or other similar designation preferred.  Knowledge of planning, zoning, and subdivision regulations; as well as construction, contractor, project time, and personnel management.  Excellent communication, organizational and interpersonal skills are a must.  Contact the City Administrator for a copy of the job description prior to applying.  Full-time exempt position with full benefits.  Annual salary range on an 8-step pay plan beginning at $61,485.  Application can be accessed at http://nebraskacityne.gov/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Employment-Application.pdf. Must send a cover letter, resume, three letters of reference, and complete application to Grayson Path, City Administrator, labeled “Construction and Facility Manager Search”, 1409 Central Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410, or electronically to gpath@nebraskacity.com.  EOE.  Review of applications will begin May 20, 2016.  Position open until filled.

Posted April 26, 2016


City (Civil) Engineer. City of Sturgis, South Dakota. The City of Sturgis is a growing community located in the beautiful northern Black Hills of western South Dakota (pop: 6,600+).  Vibrant, progressive and growing, we embrace our dual roles of quiet town and motorcycle mecca, Black Hills and prairie, mountain town and ranch community.  Our infrastructure needs must work daily for a small town, but must be able to handle the capacity of our 600k+ visitors during the annual Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™. The City (Civil) Engineer designs, reviews and manages all City infrastructure projects, including those handled by outside contractors and/or engineering firms. This position must be able to proficiently use AutoCad. Candidates must hold a Bachelors’ of Science in Civil Engineering from an accredited university and have at least five years engineering experience with project management oversight.  Candidates must be licensed as a Professional Engineer in good standing with the State of South Dakota (or able to obtain South Dakota PE designation within six months). Salary range is $65,000 to $75,000 DOQE, plus benefits. Position reports to the City Manager. First review: May 13th. Apply at www.sturgis-sd.gov/jobs.aspx. Questions: (605) 347-4422, ext 4.

Posted April 21, 2016


City Administrator. Frontenac, Kansas (pop. 3,444; $4.2 million budget; 20 FTE’s), is a beautiful community adjacent to Pittsburg, located just 30 minutes from Fort Scott. The City is looking for a professional leader with strong communication skills.  The desired candidate must have a bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years of local government experience preferred. Salary $65K-$75K DOQ. Send cover letter, resume, and 3 professional references to LEAPS-Frontenac@lkm.org or LEAPS-Frontenac, 300 SW 8th, Topeka, KS, 66603. EOE. Open until filled. Application review begins May 23. For full advertisement, please visit LEAPS-Frontenac@lkm.org

Posted April 20, 2016






























































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City and state leaders call for proactive approach to emerald ash borer

Lincoln Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks, Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler, Plattsmouth Mayor Paul Lambert and Dr. Scott Josiah of the Nebraska Forest Service called for cities and the state to be proactive in dealing with the emerald ash borer (EAB), which is projected to cause more than $960 million in damage statewide. Costs can be contained by taking action now. Lincoln Southeast High School Students in the background spent time wrapping ribbons around the ash trees to show the impact of EAB when it strikes.

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