Position Responsibilities: Front-line supervisory and administrative responsibilities for the overall execution of maintenance and repair activities for County vehicles and equipment, plus daily planning for shop crew assignments.
Education/Experience Required High school diploma, GED, or equivalent is required, technical or vocational school degree is preferred. Other equivalent combination of training and experience, especially as it relates to diesel and heavy equipment repairs accepted. Willingness and ability to work in extreme weather conditions a must.
Special Requirements: Possession (or successfully obtain within 60 days of employment) and maintenance of a valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with the appropriate endorsements mandatory. Air brake certified as per federal DOT mandate.
Applications will be accepted until the positions have been filled. All applicants recommended for employment will be subject to post-offer pre-employment drug screening. Applicants must be 18 years old or older to be considered for available positions.
The Assistant County Administrator/Finance Director is responsible for: monitoring and analyzing the revenues and expenditures of the County for budgetary, statutory and policy compliance; development and administration of the County’s risk management program; monitoring and projecting future revenues, expenditures and cash position; assisting with budget preparation and administration; managing the county Capital Improvement Program; identify operational efficiencies and cost alternatives; work with staff to comply with the County’s purchasing policies and procedures; oversee the execution of contracts, and inter-local agreements; research and carry out special projects; and assume the County Administrator’s duties in her/his absence.
The preferred education is a Master’s Degree in Public Administration with a minimum graduation from an accredited four year college or university. The candidate should be a strong writer with solid analytical skills. Creativity, self-initiation, and the ability to communicate well are highly desirable. A fundamental understanding of the principles of public administration, particularly public finance and budgeting, is required. Candidates should be able to work under conditions that often include short deadlines, discretion, and difficult decision-making. The ability to provide objective recommendations about resource allocation is vital to success. Salary range is $58,616 - $89,830, depending on qualifications. Application deadline is 01/07/18. Apply online at www.saline.org. EOE