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City of Daphne
IT Director

 

Salary: $70,220.80 - $83,669.20 depending on experience 


The City of Daphne is looking for an experienced IT professional with experience leading enterprise-level IT efforts for government, or medium- to large-sized corporations, including, but not limited to, networking, security, VM Ware, active directory, and project management.

Application Deadline: 07-04-2019 www.daphneal.com


City of Chelsea
Revenue Officer

 

Responsibilities:
  • Managing Rental/Lodging Tax receipts and reporting
  • Downloading ADOR One Spot revenue reports
  • Assists in Business License collections/compliance
  • Preparation of various reports as requested
  • Make periodic visits to local businesses
  • Contact local businesses regarding delinquencies, issues, business license compliance, and field questions
  • Research variances in revenue transactions
  • Other dutues as assigned
Required Qualifications:
  • BS degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or closely related field
  • Proficient in Word/Excel
  • Knowledge of tax laws/regulations/city ordinances
  • Preparation of various reports as requested
  • Possess and maintain a valid Driver's License
Prefered Qualifications:
  • Previous Revenue/Tax experience (Municipal Revenue Officer or Certified Revenue Examiner is highly desirable)
  • Must be a self-starter and able to work independently


Salary will be commensurate with experience. This is an excellent opportunity for someone who has retired from an RSA participating government entity, has the aforementioned experience, and wants to work part-time in compliance with RSA requirements

Interested parties send resume to: 

Crystal Etheredge, City Clerk
City of Chelsea
P.O. Box 111
Chelsea, AL  35043

FAX: (205) 677-2040
cetheredge@cityofchelsea.com

Or stop by City Hall at 11611 Chelsea Road, Chelsea, Alabama 35043 from 8:00AM – 4:00PM.  No phone calls please.
 


City of Decatur
Landfill/Recycling Director 

 

Decatur, AL (pop. 54,844). Incorporated in 1826, Decatur boasts a rich heritage and a dynamic future, enhanced by industrial growth and development in surrounding cities. Right next to Interstate 65, the Huntsville International Airport (with intermodal system) and the Tennessee River, Decatur is a prime location for business and industry. Located in the heart of the Tennessee Valley, the City is convenient, affordable and boasts a high quality of life. Residents and visitors alike enjoy Decatur’s economic prosperity, cultural diversity and a strong community spirit. The City provides a full range of municipal services including Police & Fire/Rescue, Building, Community Development, Planning, Engineering, Finance, Revenue, Human Resources, Street & Environmental Services, Parks and Recreation and Economic Development. Utility services are provided through a separate Municipal Utilities Board. With a rich heritage and dynamic future, Decatur continues to pursue economic prosperity, cultural diversity and community spirit to make it – the City of Opportunity.

The Mayor, City Council and City staff have an established a culture of professionalism and respect for the others’ role in the organization. The organization is dedicated to providing high-quality services that positively impact Decatur residents, businesses, and visitors. The City is seeking a candidate that is excited to participate in the advancement of Decatur’s “One Decatur” Community Development Plan while bringing a positive and energized attitude into a collaborative and professional work environment. The City’s operating budgets total around $63.8 million. The City’s equalized assessed value exceeds $962 Million and has a bond rating of AA by Standard & Poor’s Corporation and Aa2 by Moody’s Investor Services, Inc. 

The Landfill/Recycling Director is responsible for directing the city’s landfill and recycling operations. This includes directing the operations of the Decatur/Morgan County Landfill and all solid waste operations for the City. Additionally, this position is responsible for financial and capital purchases and oversight of the Morgan County Recycling program finances. The Landfill/Recycling Director will also coordinate with the Mayor and City Council to provide information as well as other city departments to resolve city-wide issues. 

The ideal candidate will:

  • Have a minimum 5 years’ experience in recycling operations, solid waste management and/or landfill management or related field, including supervisory experience.
  • Have a strong understanding of landfill operations rules, regulations, policies and procedures and recycling and solid waste management principles.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering, Public Administration, Environmental Sciences or other course of study related field. 
  • Ability to work cooperatively and effectively with the public, department directors, staff, elected officials, representing the City professionally and well. 

The salary range is $69,807 – $106,220. The actual starting salary will be commensurate with experience. Residency within the City of Decatur is required. Candidates should immediately apply online with a cover letter, resume and contact information for five professional references. 
Document submission deadline is July 5, 2019. Electronic Submissions are required. Apply at www.GovHRjobs.com. For Questions, Contact: Sarah McKee, Senior Vice President, GovHRUSA, 630 Dundee Road, Suite 130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Phone: (224) 282-8310 Email: smckee@GovHRUSA.com The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Click HERE to Apply!


City of Decatur
Asset Management Specialist 

Decatur, AL (pop. 54,844). Incorporated in 1826, Decatur boasts a rich heritage and a dynamic future enhanced by industrial growth and development in surrounding cities. Right next to Interstate 65, Huntsville International Airport (with intermodal system) and the Tennessee River, Decatur is a prime location for business and industry. Located in the heart of the Tennessee Valley, the City is convenient, affordable and boasts a high quality of life. Residents and visitors alike enjoy Decatur’s economic prosperity, cultural diversity and a strong community spirit. The City provides a full range of municipal services including Police & Fire/Rescue, Building, Community Development, Planning, Engineering, Finance, Revenue, Human Resources, Street & Environmental Services, Parks and Recreation and Economic Development. Utility services are provided through a separate Municipal Utilities Board. With a rich heritage and dynamic future, Decatur continues to pursue economic prosperity, cultural diversity and community spirit to make it – the City of Opportunity.

The Mayor, City Council and City staff have an established culture of professionalism and respect for the others’ role in the organization. The organization is dedicated to providing high-quality services that positively impact Decatur residents, businesses, and visitors. The City is seeking a candidate that is excited to participate in the advancement of Decatur’s “One Decatur” Community Development Plan while bringing a positive and energized attitude into a collaborative work environment. The City’s operating budgets total around $63.8 million. The City’s equalized assessed value exceeds $962 Million and has a bond rating of AA by Standard & Poor’s Corporation and Aa2 by Moody’s Investor Services Inc.

The Asset Management Specialist is to perform managerial, administrative and technical/specialized work functions associated with assisting in the directing, planning, developing, organizing, implementing and supervising the city’s internal services and asset management. The position will oversee the city’s records for real property, public services assets and logistical support. 

The Asset Management Specialist will also: oversee all aspects of asset management and inventory control for the city’s infrastructure and public services, create standard operating procedures (SOP’s) for all routine tasks or jobs performed, develop and maintain an asset management plan and data management plan through the Asset Management software, performs training of the asset management program, develops policies and procedures to ensure compliance with state and federal guidelines. Additionally, this position will oversee all city leases and ensure compliance with their terms and conditions. 

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Have a minimum 5 years’ experience in infrastructure operations; asset management or related field.
  • A Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, supply chain management logistics or related field. 
  • Have a strong understanding of Asset Management software as well as Microsoft Office products. 


The salary range is $42,601 – $64,823. The actual starting salary will be commensurate with experience. Candidates should immediately apply online with a cover letter, resume and contact information for five professional references. Document submission deadline is June 28, 2019. Electronic Submissions are required. Apply at www.GovHRJobs.com. For Questions, Contact: Sarah McKee, Senior Vice President, GovHRUSA, 630 Dundee Road, Suite 130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Phone: (224) 282-8310 Email: smckee@GovHRUSA.com. The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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City of Trussville
Director of Personnel 

 

The City of Trussville is hiring for the position of Director of Personnel for the newly established City of Trussville Employee Civil Service System.

The City of Trussville offers the following benefits to employees:

  • Blue Cross and Blue Shield Health Insurance
  • Dental and Vision insurance available
  • Retirement Systems of Alabama
  • Paid vacation
  • Sick Leave (8 hours per month)
  • Eleven paid holidays per year
  • Reduced fees at Trussville Civic Center and City Swimming Pool
  • Trussville City Schools for City Employees with no transfer fee

Purpose of the Position
The Director of Personnel is a Department Head within the leadership of the City of Trussville and is responsible for administering an efficient and economic Employee Civil Service System in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the City Council.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Serve as secretary and chief executive officer to the Board; Serve as a department head and make recommendations to the Appointing Authority for the appointment or removal of such subordinates as may be necessary to administer the Employee Civil Service System; Prepare for approval by the City Council such directives, rules and regulations as needed to carry out the provisions of the Ordinance; Examine the effectiveness of the Merit System and compliance with the Ordinance and the Rules and Regulations as may be adopted by the City Council, by conducting such necessary investigations and inquiries and reporting such findings along with recommendations to the City Council and Appointing Authority for improvements; Study the organization, operation, and personnel requirements of the City and make recommendations for improvements to the City Council and Appointing Authority; Maintain an official list of all positions and incumbents in the Classified Service, and maintain personnel records for all Classified Employees; Establish and administer, subject to approval by the City Council, plans for the Classification and compensation of positions; Advertise all openings of positions in appropriate publications, websites, or other venues. Promote and assist in the establishment of programs for employee pension, welfare, working conditions, ethic, employee orientation, safety, health, and career development; Conduct and/or superintend over the job analysis and test development functions of the Employee Civil Service System, and employ such professional staff and consultants as may be necessary, to ensure that professional job analysis and test development practices are adhered to and that, to the extent practicable, individuals may be selected for employment in the Merit System by means of valid, job-related, and nondiscriminatory selection procedures; and Perform any other act not inconsistent with the Ordinance and necessary for the administration of the Employee Civil Service System. **This is not an exhaustive list and the Director of Personnel may be assigned other duties.**

Qualifications and Experience
Bachelor's degree in Human Resources, Personnel Management, Business Administration, Public Administration or related area. Experience directing human resource related activities including, but not limited to, employee recruitment, selection, compensation, performance management, and employment development and training. Experience in developing and implementing human resource related policies and procedures in accordance with local, state and federal laws.

Application Deadline is June 30, 2019.
Interested applicants send resume and cover letter to:

City of Trussville,
c/o Mayor Buddy Choat,
131 Main Street,
Trussville, Alabama 35173

or to bchoat@trussville.org


Town of Lake View
Municipal Town Clerk

Job Description
Maintains official Town calendar and issues public notification of all official activities and meetings. Prepares meeting agendas and packets of related information. Attends regular and special Council meetings and prepares minutes of meetings. Prepares ordinances, resolutions and proclamations so that they can be executed, recorded, archived, and distributed. Issues building permits, contractor licenses, and other licenses and permits required by the Town. Serves as custodian of Council’s official records by planning and directing the maintenance, filing, safekeeping, and computerization of all municipal documents. Coordinates municipal elections. Actively participates in the implementation of the Town budget, manages municipal finances to include bookkeeping, processing accounts payable and accounts receivable, bi-weekly payroll and all federal and state reporting associated. Audits and reconciles financial reports. Delivers timely data, performance metrics and useful reports for decision-making. Must strictly adhere to confidentiality and ethical practices.

Requirements
The Clerk should be familiar with all revenue sources, restrictions on spending these revenues, and the manner of accounting for these revenues.

The Clerk must be knowledgeable of:

  • all State Statutes pertaining to municipal elections,
  • policies, procedures and activities of the Clerk's Office,
  • principles and practices of municipal government administration as necessary for the completion of daily responsibilities,
  • laws and regulations as they relate to the Town Clerk's office, and
  • how to keep abreast of any changes in policy, methods, computer operations, equipment needs, etc.

The Clerk must have the ability to:

  • monitor multiple accounts for adherence to budget, audit, reconcile and interpret statements, and deliver timely and useful data, metrics and reports,
  • assemble information and present in a concise, clear and effective manner,
  • use independent judgment and work with little direct supervision when necessary,
  • comprehend, interpret and apply regulations, procedures and related information,
  • use computers and computer software to achieve results, and
  • utilize time management, organizational, human relations and technical skills to meet objectives.

The successful candidate must pass a background check and drug test.

Work Schedule
The Town Clerk position is Monday - Thursday, plus approximately 4 hours two evening per month for regular Council meetings and Court.

Benefits
Accrue paid vacation time and paid sick time. Paid holidays when Town Hall is closed for the holiday.


Job Type: Full-time

Applicants may return resumes to this address:
Toni Braddy, Chair, Personnel Committee
c/o Town Hall
22757 Central Park Drive
Lake View, AL 35111