RIVIERA BEACH- Chief of Police

Job Title:  Chief of Police Starting Salary Range:  $108,250 – $119,075 Closing Date:  August 11, 2017 Apply: https://rivierabch.applicantpro.com/jobs Bachelor’s degree in Police Science, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a closely related field.  Florida Law Enforcement Certification or the ability to obtain the Certification within six (6) months of the employment offer, and ten…

RIVIERA BEACH- Director of Purchasing

Job Title:  Director of Purchasing Starting Salary Range:  $83,941 – $92,335 Closing Date:  Open Until Filled Apply: https://rivierabch.applicantpro.com/jobs Master’s degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance, Purchasing or a closely related discipline. Certified Public Purchasing Officer or Certified Purchasing Manager credentials required or attainment of the Certifications within six (6) months of the employment offer. A…

MANATEE COUNTY- County Administrator

MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA SEEKS A COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (Salary Range is – $155,708 – $249,142 DOQ/E; + Excellent Benefits!) Located just south of and bordering Tampa Bay and stretching south along Florida’s spectacular Gulf Coast, the shores of Manatee County are some of the most beautiful in all of Florida.  However, this county of 350,000, living…

ALACHUA COUNTY- Executive Coordinator

Alachua County Board of County Commissioners Executive Coordinator $20.60 – $31.99 Hourly Closing Date: 07/07/17 Bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration, or a related field and two years of professional experience as an office manager; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience.   This position requires the completion of Microsoft Excel and Word standard skills…

CITY OF HOLLYWOOD- Director of Financial Services

Director of Financial Services City of Hollywood, Florida Home to approximately 145,000 residents, Hollywood is located within minutes of the second busiest cruise port in the world and adjacent to Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport. It is strategically located between Fort Lauderdale and Miami insuring convenience and access while offering a corporate and residential lifestyle…

BAYTOWN, TX – Fire Chief

Deadline for first review of applications: July 13, 2017 Hidden from the big city hustle and bustle, Baytown is one of the Texas Gulf Coast’s best-kept secrets.  With a population of approximately 82,000, it is the third largest city in the Houston metropolitan area and is located about 30 miles from downtown Houston. The City…

CLERMONT – Environmental Services Director

Salary:  Depends on education and experience Closing Date: July 16, 2017 Highly responsible professional and administrative position, directing all operations and aspects of the Environmental Services Department for the City of Clermont.  Oversees and is responsible for a considerable variety and volume of work related to the City’s water production, distribution, wastewater treatment, wastewater laboratory,…

DORAVILLE, GA – City Manager

(2016 Estimated Population:  10,501) Located approximately 14 miles northeast of downtown Atlanta and a little northeast of Buckhead (the ninth wealthiest zip code in the United States per Forbes Magazine), the City of Doraville is a place of enormous potential and is on the cusp of greatness. Third Rail Studios recently opened on the old…

GAINESVILLE – Internal Control Manager

The City of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA invites your interest in the position of Internal Control Manager Salary: Depends on Qualifications The City Manager’s Office is seeking a Director to perform work evaluating internal controls for the City of Gainesville and ensuring appropriate levels of oversight across all departments. This position reviews business practices and process controls,…

GAINESVILLE – Wild Spaces Public Places Director

The City of GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA invites your interest in the position of WILD SPACES PUBLIC PLACES DIRECTOR Salary: $39.42 – $60.90 Hourly / $81,985.00 – $126,669.00 Annually The City Manager’s Office is seeking a Director to perform managerial and administrative work that focuses on improving existing assets, creating exciting new venues and offering new services…

Lessons Learned from Hurricanes Matthew and Hermine

                Presentation: Lessons Learned from Hurricanes Matthew and Hermine Michael Kennett, Deputy Director, and General Counsel, Florida Division of Emergency Management; David Peaton, Assistant Director, Emergency Management, Levy County; Alan Rosen, Assistant City Manager, Port Orange; John Ward, Director, Division of Emergency Management, Clay County; Paul Wilson, Acting Public Assistant Branch Chief, Recovery…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Systems Analyst

$55,458.62 – $88,841.38 Annually Closing Date: 06/30/17 Bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, business administration, information sciences or related field; and three years progressively responsible computer software support services experience, including web programming experience and application system, program analysis and/or design experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Applicants within six months…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Civil Engineer II

$58,397.66 – $93,550.08 Annually Closing Date: 06/30/17 Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, public works engineering, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering or a closely  related engineering field  and  three years related professional engineering experience.  Must possess a valid Florida Driver License.  Engineer Intern (EI) Certification required at the time of employment.  Applicants within six months of meeting…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Human Resources Administrator

$61,447.36 – $97,677.22 Annually Closing Date: 06/23/17 Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, public administration or a related field, and four years of progressively responsible human resources, equal opportunity or risk management experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Must provide own means of transportation. Successful completion of a criminal history…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Project Leader

$58,397.66 – $93,550.08 Annually Closing Date: 06/23/17 TELECOMMUNICATIONS:   Bachelor’s degree in telecommunications or related field and four years of progressively responsible telecommunications experience, project management including telecommunications administration experience, or telecommunications system analysis and design; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Applicants within six months of meeting the education/experience requirement may be…

AUBURN, AL – City Manager

(2015 Estimated Population 63,118) Energy! Excitement! Diversity! Community Pride! Excellent schools and an outstanding quality of life! Welcome to Auburn! Known as “The Loveliest Village on the Plains,” Auburn has become the jewel of the Southeast. It is home to Auburn University and is the nineteenth fastest-growing metropolitan area in the country (since 1993). Still,…

MANATEE COUNTY – County Administrator

MANATEE COUNTY, FLORIDA SEEKS A COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (Salary Range is – $155,708 – $249,142 DOQ/E; + Excellent Benefits!) Located just south of and bordering Tampa Bay and stretching south along Florida’s spectacular Gulf Coast, the shores of Manatee County are some of the most beautiful in all of Florida.  However, this county of 350,000, living…

MARTIN COUNTY – Marketing and Group Sales Coordinator

Martin County is seeking a Marketing and Group Sales Coordinator for its Parks and Recreation Department. This individual will have responsibility for promoting program and group sales activities for all Parks and Recreation public facilities. Duties include marketing of special events, general group sales, developing advertisements, drafting press releases, designing brochures, and the technical implementation and…

MARTIN COUNTY – Legislative Coordinator

Martin County is seeking the position of Legislative Coordinator. The person in this position is highly responsible for the research, development, and coordination of the County’s annual legislative program. In addition, the person in the position may provide assistance in securing other funding sources, including grants, as needed. This position will have direct meetings with…

WILTON MANORS – City Clerk

Salary: $63,630 – $79,790 Close Date: Open Until Filled Website: http://www.wiltonmanors.com/index.aspx?NID=148 Description: The purpose of the position is to perform complex and specialized administrative work for the City Manager and City Commission. Employee functions in an executive level capacity to provide highly accountable, confidential support to the City Manager, and ensure the effectiveness and efficiency…

OLDSMAR – City Manager

THE CITY OF OLDSMAR, FLORIDA SEEKS A CITY MANAGER (Salary Range is – $125,000 to $170,000 DOQ/E; + Outstanding Benefits!) A charming and historic community of nearly 15,000 spread over 10 square miles, Oldsmar is uniquely located along the serene northern shoreline of Tampa Bay, between metropolitan Tampa and the famed west central Florida Gulf…

ALACHUA COUNTY – Waste Collection Manager

$55,458.62 – $88,841.38 Annually Closing Date: 06/16/17 Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, public works engineering, environmental engineering, environmental science, business administration, public administration, social science or related field and three years progressively responsible professional and administrative waste collection experience, including one year of supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of related training and experience. Applicants…

SATELLITE BEACH – Comptroller

Salary:  $42,815 – $66,791 Closing Date:  Open Until Filled Position Overview:  The Comptroller will provide professional accounting assistance in support of various programs within all funds of the City, its associated agencies and in City-agency relationships. Coordinates accounting needs with City departments, auditors, and granting agencies; provides additional accounting input in performing reconciliations, maintaining a…

June 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Joseph A. Baird, District IV, Life Member; Desiree Casanova, District V, Masters of Public Administration, Nova Southeastern University, Student Member; Diana Gallego, District III, Masters of…

BROWARD COUNTY – Director of Human Resources

Broward County, Florida is recruiting nationally for a highly experienced Director of Human Resources to lead by example and provide exceptional customer service and support to the 18th largest county in the nation. This at-will position reports to the Chief Financial Officer of Broward County, and is responsible for all human resources related activities for…

LAKE MARY – Assistant City Engineer

PAY RANGE:         $24.95 – $38.92 DEPARTMENT:       Public Works MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from an accredited four year college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering or related field and three years of engineering experience in public projects including roadway and drainage engineering, underground utilities engineering, environmental engineering, stormwater management land development.  A combination of…

OCEAN REEF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION – Director of Administration

The Ocean Reef Community Association (ORCA), a unique, highly progressive Homeowners Association located in North Key Largo, FL, has a position available for a Director of Administration (DOA) who will report directly to the Community Manager. The DOA will assist the Community Manager in the performance of high-level administrative, technical and professional work directing and…

ICMA 103rd Annual Conference

ICMA 103rd Annual Conference October 22-25, 2017 Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center San Antonio/Bexar County, Texas Housing and registration open online at 12 noon EDT on Wednesday, June 28. Preliminary program materials will be published in the July issue of PM magazine.  Detailed information will be available on the conference website, icma.org/conference. Registration fees  (Includes…

MARTIN COUNTY – Project Manager for Transit Division

Martin County is seeking a Project Manager for its Transit Division to be responsible for complex safety program development, implementation, inspection, and evaluation in bus operations. Technical and professional work in the coordination, management, and oversight of various activities of consultants, contractors, state agencies, and other County Departments as they relate to the operation of…

MARTIN COUNTY – Project Engineer for Field Operations/Storm Water Division

Martin County is seeking a Project Engineer for its Field Operations/Storm Water Division to provide project management, civil engineering design, permitting, and engineering oversight of Field Operations storm water and heavy construction projects. Primary function is design, scheduling, and construction oversight of multiple in-house and contracted underground construction crews. Complex technical and professional work requires considerable…

PUTNAM COUNTY – County Administrator

Putnam County, Florida, a progressive rural community of approximately 72,523 with easy access to major metropolitan areas, a competitive business climate, and an attractive lifestyle, is seeking a County Administrator to lead the County.  Putnam County is nearly equal distance to Jacksonville, Ocala, Daytona, Gainesville, and Orlando making us the hub of Northeast Florida. We’re…

Governor Signs Public Records/Attorneys Fees

On May 23, 2017, Governor Scott signed a bill relating to public records/attorney fees. To implement various protections under the new law, immediate action is required by your city (primarily posting the contact information for the city’s custodian of public records, which is a defined term under Chapter 119, Florida Statutes). The memo includes a…

MARTIN COUNTY – Community Development Manager

Martin County is seeking a Community Development Manager to provide highly responsible professional administrative work managing the County’s Office of Community Development. This position is responsible for facilitating, monitoring, and ensuring that all projects are implemented in accordance with the goals of their respective advisory boards and the Office of Community Development. Candidate must communicate effectively at…

GREENVILLE – Interim Part-Time Town Manager

The Town of Greenville (pop 837) is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual to serve approximately fifteen to twenty hours per week, for the position of Interim Part-Time Town Manager to possibly Town Manager. The Town Manager is designated as a Charter Officer under the current Town of Greenville Charter and serves at the…

PASCO COUNTY – Assistant County Administrator – Internal Services

Highly responsible administrative and management work in directing a branch of county government. Serves as a member of the Core Team of leaders who work together to serve the citizens and businesses of Pasco County in the most effective way possible. Major functions within the branch include Budget, Accounting/Fiscal Services, Personnel, Purchasing, Information Technology, Facilities and Fleet; consisting…

MARCO ISLAND – City Manager

Marco Island is located in southwestern Collier County along the Gulf of Mexico with the city of Naples to the north.  The City is home to approximately 17,000 residents, a peak seasonal population of 40,000 and features six miles of beach and over 100 miles of waterways within the City’s 24 square miles. Marco Island…

GAINESVILLE – Finance Director

The City of Gainesville is seeking a dynamic and experienced individual who is innovative and forward thinking that will embrace the organization’s citizen-centered vision and promote systems that support a New American City. WHO WE ARE  Gainesville, Florida is a model city where visionaries join together to move the region forward. It is the largest…

DAYTONA BEACH – Deputy City Manager/Operations

Salary Range:  $94,795.56 – $165,400.44 Salary commensurate with qualifications The City of Daytona Beach is situated in Volusia County, on central Florida’s east coast.  Daytona Beach has a population of about 65,000 and encompasses approximately 65 square miles.  Daytona Beach is known as the “World’s Most Famous Beach,” and is home to the Ladies Professional…

FROSTPROOF – City Manager

(Estimated population 3,000) City Manager:  Salary range $60,000 to $75,000, DOQ.  Council-manager government since 1978; ICMA (CM) recognized in 1999. BA/MPA/MBA in Business or Public Administration preferred.  Minimum five years progressively responsible city/county manager or full-assistant city/county manager experience required.  Candidates with (1) city/county managerial experience within Florida, (2) city growth experience, and/or (3) membership…

May 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. David R. Allen, Masters of Public Administration, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, Student Member; Daniel Biles, District VII, County Administrator, Pasco County, Full Member; Edward…

April 2017 Message from the Executive Director

“In this world you’re either growing or you’re dying, so get in motion and grow.”  Lou Holtz This quote is applicable to all FCCMA members, regardless of age or position.  Whether you’re 20 or 80, there is always room to grow, learn, and improve.  The FCCMA Annual Conference offers the perfect opportunity to do all of…

Keynote and Featured Speakers at the 2017 ICMA Annual Conference

ICMA announces the Keynote and Feature Speakers Sunday, October 22 Opening Session, 3–5 p.m Rabia Siddique: Courage Under Fire The Opening General Session of ICMA’s 103rd Annual Conference will feature an inspirational presentation by Rabia Siddique, a former war crimes and terrorism prosecutor, international humanitarian, retired British Army officer, hostage survivor, and mother of triplets.…

April 2017 Innovation Edge

By Sallie Ann Burnett, East Regional Director, Alliance for Innovation Sparking Innovation How do you spark innovation in your organization? Try an Innovation and Technology Fair. In October, Hennepin County’s Center of Innovation and Excellence and IT departments partnered for an Innovation and Technology Fair (lovingly referred to by Mike Sable as “Innotechxpo”). The event…

JOSEPH YARBROUGH, CITY MANAGER, SOUTH DAYTONA

How long have you been a FCCMA member? 30 years  Are you an ICMA member and if so, how long? 42 years Please describe your areas of formal/advanced education. Political Science and MPA – University of Tennessee What got you interested in public service? My father was a journalist and political activist, seeking or holding…

Setting the Standard for Customer Service

How Marion County began living its plan to move from good to great By Brian Moree, Assistant County Administrator, Marion County Setting the standard for customer service: though the phrase itself is nearly as common as images of mountains on inspirational posters, it’s less common to find organizations truly striving to study and embody what…

Active Shooter Workshop: Part of Safe Cities, Safe Florida Initiative

Florida has encountered several incidents in recent times where local governments have needed to respond to active shooters. Knowing what to do saves lives. Join your intergovernmental colleagues for a dynamic workshop on planning for, responding to and learning from active shooter scenarios. This one-day workshop is offered in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. WHO SHOULD…

Best Practices in Citizen/Customer Service Webinar

The ICMA Coaching Program invites you and your team to this free webinar: “Best Practices in Citizen/Customer Service” — ICMA Coaching Program webinar 10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time (1:00-2:30 p.m. Eastern), Thursday, May 11, 2017 Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4812060297331296002 Topics: What are agencies doing to raise the bar of service delivery and cost effectiveness?…

Supervisor to Leader: Road Map to Success

 An Interactive Webinar Series   The Florida Institute of Government (IOG) is pleased to announce the following webinar series: From Supervisor to Leader: Road Map to Success. This interactive webinar series will be held on three consecutive Thursdays:  May 11, May 18, and May 25, 2017, from 10:00 am – 12:00 noon (EDT.) Typically a three-day long program taught…

2017 CityStats Survey Now Underway

The annual CityStats survey is the cornerstone of most research and analysis done at the Florida League of Cities. Now in its seventh year, the CityStats survey has allowed for analysis of municipal government policies and programs by both League staff and university research institutes. The 2017 survey is now being conducted online via survey…

2017 ICMA Conference Scholarships

ICMA’s Conference scholarships are part of its commitment to attracting a wide and diverse group of people into the local government management profession, developing and mentoring early-to-mid-career professionals already in the field and helping members working in smaller communities. Experience the value of the Annual Conference, below is a list of the scholarship opportunities offered: 2017…

April 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Salem J. Abraham, District I, Masters of Public Administration, Florida State University, Student Member; Torey Alston, District VII, Equal Opportunity Director, City of Gainesville, Affiliate Member;…

Professional Management Matters

By: Katherine Dunn Did you know that Professional Management Matters (PMM) was the Florida City/County Management Associations’ response to ICMA’s Life, Well Run campaign for the state of Florida? FCCMA’s goal is to highlight the benefits of the council manager form of government and to explore real life examples of how the collaboration between professional…

In Memoriam of FCCMA Member Robert Adolphe

Robert Adolphe, Deputy County Administrator of St. Lucie County, passed away Saturday, March 11, 2017. He has been a member since June 2015. “He was a good guy and a good public servant,” said County Administrator Howard Tipton.

Adolphe is survived by his wife Betsy and their four children.

Funeral arrangements are pending.

 

 

March 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Raleigh Barnes, District VII, Masters of Public Administration, University of South Florida, Student Member; Elizabeth Cardenas, District VII, Special Projects Manager, Hillsborough County, Affiliate Member; Peter…

February 2017 Message from the Executive Director

The FCCMA Nominating Committee met last Friday to interview candidates for Secretary-Treasurer and At-Large Director.  Nine candidates, two for Secretary-Treasurer and seven for two At-Large positions, were interviewed throughout the day.  I was blown away by the quality of the candidates interviewed and know that FCCMA will be in good hands in the future.  Here…

Experience Global Impact. Host a YSEALI Fellow this Spring!

ICMA is calling on local governments to host Young Southeast Asia Leadership Initiative (YSEALI) Professional Fellows, a program funded by the U.S. Department of State, April 29 – May 27. The program brings participants from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar (Burma), Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam to the U.S. for a four-week fellowship. The…

Florida Association of Counties: 2017 Ethics, Public Records and Sunshine Laws Workshop

During the 2013 Legislative Session, the Florida legislature passed new ethics legislation requiring Commissioners and other Constitutional Officers take four hours of Ethics programming each calendar year.  This workshop is open to Commissioners, County Staff and all other Constitutional Officers.  Participants who complete this workshop in its entirety will receive 6 core credits toward the CCC…

FLC University Summit Series: Safe Cities, Safe Florida

“Your City at Risk: Be Prepared” Crestview – March 3 • Altamonte Springs – March 24 • St. Pete Beach – March 31 DESCRIPTION: Accidents. Disasters. Response. Every hour of every day, Florida’s municipalities deliver a wide variety of services smoothly and efficiently. However, we know from media reports that all too often, accidents and disasters do occur .…

2017 ICMA Annual Conference

The 2017 ICMA Annual Conference will be heldOctober 22-25, 2017 in San Antonio, TX. The preliminary program will be provided in the July issue of PM magazine. Dozens of concurrent educational sessions in 6 theme tracks and 4 career tracks developed by the 2017 Conference Planning Committee: Contemporary Local Law Enforcement Diversity, Inclusivity, and Social…

ICMA Student Chapter at Florida Atlantic University

At its monthly meeting on Friday, February 17, 2017, the Palm Beach County City Management Association (PBCCMA) donated $1000 to the newly established ICMA Student Chapter at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, Florida. The Student Chapter of ICMA at FAU is a new organization.  It’s first President is Maylee De Jesus, a current…

February 2017 New Members

The following membership applications have been received. If no current member comes forth with a reason why these applicants should not be approved as members, he/she will be invoiced for dues. Cathy DeKarz, District VII, Management Analyst, Town of Belleair, Affiliate Member; Bob Francis, Executive Director, Mid-Columbia Council of Governments, Affiliate Member; Charity Good, District V,…

January 2017 Message from the Executive Director

The 2017 Florida Legislative Session begins Tuesday, March 7th; however, the legislature has already fired up the train and is moving full steam ahead with proposed legislation.  It seems like they get started earlier and earlier each year.  They were in town last week and are already hearing bills in committee.  While the first few…

Grants: A 360 Degree Perspective

Join the Florida League of Cities University on February 24, 2017 in Tallahassee for a full day of learning from the different perspectives of grant professionals. The registration deadline is February 14. This workshop is free to FLC member cities. Online registration is required by the deadline to guarantee a seat and a lunch. We…

Your Path to Government Efficiency Starts Here

Streamline – Your Path to Government Efficiency Starts Here is a book authored by ICMA member Richard Baron.  Richard is the Process & Project Coordinator for Coconino County in Arizona.  He wrote the book to teach Lean Government in simple language. The book is a business novel and follows the struggles of Sam McConnell, a…