MPA Job list**Assistant City Manager - Monticello
angela.stefaniak at cppa.utah.edu
Tue Nov 6 09:20:45 MST 2007
CITY OF MONTICELLO
P.O. Box 457, Monticello, Utah 84535
*Position:* Assistant City Manager
*Hours: *40 Hours/Week; Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
*Salary:* Starting Step 140, $30,372 Annual; Excellent
*_Position Objective_: *To provide administrative assistance; administer
planning and zoning; promote economic development; organize and manage
large projects; seek funding sources; provide technical/professional
assistance to daily operations and activities; provide support to
various boards and committees.
*_Knowledge, Experience, Job Requirements_: *Bachelor's degree in
planning, business management/administration, public administration or
related field; or, five years experience in planning, financial
management, city government or related fields; or, an acceptable
equivalent combination of education and experience. Strong,
interpersonal oral and written communication skills. Management
abilities. Computer skills. Grant writing experience/expertise. Utah
1. Administers City planning and zoning in the role of
2. Assists with current and future planning of City
3. Promotes and coordinates short and long-range
economic development for City.
4. Develops and maintains professional working
relationships with state, county and local government officials,
developers, business leaders, funding organizations, general public.
5. Enhances intergovernmental/community relations.
6. Researches and prepares grant applications for
funding of City projects.
*_DEADLINE:_ *Position will remain open until filled.
Applications and copies of job description may be obtained from the
Monticello City Office, 17 North 100 East, Monticello, Utah, or by
contacting the City of Monticello at 435-587-2271.
*The City of Monticello is an equal opportunity employer. We reserve the
right to reject any and all applications.*
Angie Stefaniak, MPA
Master of Public Policy Program <http://www.mpp.utah.edu>
Demography Certificate Program <http://www.demography.utah.edu>
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