The County of Glenn is accepting applications for COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER. The Position: The County Administrative Officer shall work under general administrative direction of the Board of Supervisors, performs highly responsible administrative work in the coordination of County programs, the analysis of organizational systems and methods, the formulation of the annual County budgets. Supervises the County’s personnel, risk management, purchasing, and construction programs and may also be designated as Personnel Director and/or Risk Manager and/or Purchasing Agent. Provides direction and assistance to County department heads, both elected and appointed. Conducts ad-ministrative studies of County operations and prepares recommendations for the Board of Supervisors. Performs related professional and complex administrative work as required. Salary and Benefits: Base Salary: $159,993.60—$194,473.22 Annually. (New employees should anticipate being hired at the beginning of the salary range.) Applications will be accepted until: Friday, February 22, 2019 at 5:00 p.m.

Close Date: 
Friday, February 22, 2019
Job Requirements: 
Some primary responsibilities of the position include: He or she shall be the Chief Administrative Officer of the County and, as such, act as the primary administrative advisor to the Board of Supervisors on all matters relating to the efficient and economical administration of Coun-ty Government. Provides overall administrative leadership, supervision, and control of County business. He or she shall also hold the position of the Clerk of the Board, and the office of the Clerk of the Board will become a division of the County Administrative Officer’s office, and the employees of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors will become the employees of the County Administrative Officer. He or she will oversee the County Personnel Department, which becomes a division of the County Administrative office. The County Administrative Officer will work closely with the County Personnel Department. He or she shall oversee the Economic Community Development Department, which becomes a division of the County Administrative office. He or she shall act as the executive agent of the Board of Supervisors in overseeing the implementation of the Strategic Plan, assigned projects, policies and programs, assuring appropriate coordination of departmental opera-tions, and resolving interdepartmental problems and disputes. He or she shall directly manage all County functions and operations except those committed by law or Board of Supervisor’ action to elected County officers or appointed department heads, and shall be cognizant of the administration of all departments. He or she shall recommend to the Board of Supervisors the creation, dissolution, merger or modification of or-ganizational elements or work programs as deemed necessary for the efficient and economical operation of County government. He or she shall conduct research and make studies and investigations that could result in greater economy and efficiency in County government. He or she shall review and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors on the basis of management principles such organizational changes as proposed by departments. He or she shall cause the budget planning process to be compatible with State County Budget Act, approved County policies and long-range plans. He or she shall evaluate the budget estimates of all departments and shall coordinate the submission of a recommended annual budget to the Board of Supervisors. He or she shall recommend policies to the Board of Supervisors and adopt procedures for the orderly conduct of the County's administrative affairs. Requirements: Five (5) years of professional management experience within a large entity to include public administration, human resource management and fiscal management. Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, or a closely related field. Possession of, or ability to obtain within 60 days of appointment, an appropriate Cali-fornia driver’s license. Candidates with any combination equivalent to experience and training that would likely pro-vide the required knowledge and abilities may be considered. VETERAN’S PREFERENCE: POINTS: Applicants wishing to claim veterans' preference points for an open, non-promotional examination must attach a copy of their DD2l4 to their application at the time of submission. Submissions after the final filing date will not be accepted.
Retirement Benefits: Classic Member 2.5% @ age 55, New Member 2% @ age 62. Retirement Reciprocity with CalPERS. The County offers two IRC § 457 and one IRC § 403(b) voluntary Deferred Compensation Plans (tax deferred long-term savings plans). Health Benefit - County contributions for qualified retirees. Health Benefits: Robust Medical, Dental and Vision plan offered for employee and eligible dependents. Paid Time Off: Vacation Leave; up to five (5) weeks annually. Administrative Leave; 80 hours annually. Sick Leave; 12 days annually with unlimited accrual. 12 Paid Holidays and 1 Floating Holiday annually or 5% Holiday Pay. Miscellaneous Benefits: Employer-paid term life insurance ($50,000). Short Term Disability.
How to Apply: 
A complete application packet MUST include: A Glenn County Employment Application, Résumé, Transcripts and/or Certificates (If applicable), Cover Letter. Application forms may be completed on or obtained from and are to be returned to: GLENN COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT, 525 W. Sycamore Street, Willows, CA 95988. Telephone (530) 934-6451 – Fax (530) 934-6452. TDD – No Voice (530) 934-6444. THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS GENERAL IN NATURE AND DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED CONTRACT. THE COUNTY OF GLENN HAS THE RIGHT TO RESCIND THIS RECRUITMENT AT ANY TIME. AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION – EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WE ENCOURAGE MINORITIES, WOMEN AND DISABLED INDIVIDUALS TO APPLY. IN ADDITION, BI-LINGUAL (SPANISH, HMONG, LAOTIAN) INDIVIDUALS ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.Website:
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