Gardnerville Town ManagerTown of Gardnerville
Town of Gardnerville, NV Douglas County has an opening for: Gardnerville Town Manager
$83,054.40 - $124,592.00 Annually
- Manages and directs the activities of assigned staff; coordinates, prioritizes and assigns tasks and projects; tracks and reviews work progress and activities; directs the recruitment and selection of staff; undertakes disciplinary action as required; conducts performance evaluations; ensures appropriate scheduling of staff to ensure proper operational coverage.
- Develops, reviews and prepares agenda action sheets, staff reports, and related correspondence for the Town Board and related meetings; provides required training for Board members.
- Performs, oversees and/or reviews engineering and construction management for Town projects.
- Develops, negotiates and manages contracts for services and goods.
- Provides staff assistance to the Town Board and its standing committees; provides a direct communication link among Town government, citizens of the town and other local, state and federal agencies and organizations.
- Conducts town meetings, makes presentations, and performs other public relations activity.
- Assists in the planning, development and implementation of strategic goals, objectives, policies, procedures and work standards for the Town Manager's Office; coordinates among a number of interest groups, citizens, and agencies to meet the needs in the areas of public services, capital improvement projects and facilities and to promote the continued viability and future development of the Town.
- Responsible for managing all fiscal and budgeting activities for the Town; approves all purchases and contracts.
- Serves as liaison and coordinator with County regarding services, issues and projects.
- Conducts analysis; disseminates up-to-date information to citizens, visitors, agencies and businesses via letters, e-mails, social media, public meetings, reports and the government access TV channel.
- Prepares and/or reviews a variety of narrative and/or statistical reports, correspondence, agenda items, policy papers, presentations and other written materials.
- Oversees and/or conducts specified long- and short-term projects; represents the Town in meetings with County departments and agencies.
- Responds to emergency situations requiring town representation and or intervention.
- Communicates with town board, staff, members of the public, and other outside entities.
- Represents the County with dignity, integrity, and a spirit of cooperation in all relationships with staff and the public.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree in public administration, engineering, or a closely related field; AND five (5) years of professional level analytical or management support experience; OR an equivalent combination of education, training and experience.