Deputy County Manager - County Manager's Office (0918)
Company: COCONINO COUNTRY HR / RECRUITMENT
Posted on: September 27, 2018
Nature of Work The County Manager is seeking a highly experienced professional with a strong background in--Criminal Justice and Collective Impact--for this position. Collective Impact is the collaboration and commitment of stakeholders to address systemic barriers in effort to improve the wellbeing-- of the population served. The Deputy County Manager is a key--contributor to the transformational leadership vision of Coconino County that supports--a strong sense of belonging and deep trust. The primary criteria for consideration are demonstrated management success in a comparable or larger complex organization, interest and desire to serve the needs of the community, and the ability to function in a fast-paced, high-demand and collegial environment.--We are--seeking a highly energetic and managerially competent individual with demonstrated experience supervising multiple departments with vastly different lines of business who can operate well and exert influence in a diverse and complex environment. The successful candidate will have a work history reflective of the dedication to--and value of--working with diverse ethnicities, backgrounds and geographies. The selected candidate is expected to be flexible and adaptable, responsive to the needs of the entire organization, and able to manage tactical and strategic issues simultaneously.-- Starting salary range negotiable and competitive DOQ with excellent benefits.Coconino County:--Joining the Coconino County Team is an opportunity to be a part of an innovative organization that works every day to serve the public interest and the citizens of the County.--At 18,661 square miles geographically, Coconino County is the second largest county in the continental United States and 16% of the entire state of Arizona. The current population is 139,000.--Incorporated cities and towns within the County include Flagstaff, Page, Williams, Fredonia, Tusayan and part of Sedona.With only 12% of privately-owned land, most of Coconino County is consists of public land, including United States Forest Service and National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, Tribal Trust Land and State of Arizona.-- The County is home to one of the seven wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon, as well as many other National Parks and National Monuments. Strong partnerships and relationships with federal, tribal, state, local government and community partners are essential in this role.Coconino County has an educated and diverse citizenry, including 32% having earned a college degree, 14% of population of Hispanic descent and 27% of Native American descent.-- The County is proud home of the Havasupai, Hopi, Hualapai, Kaibab-Paiute, and San Juan Southern Paiute Tribes, as well as a large part of the Navajo Nation. Additionally, residents of the County have great opportunity for quality higher education, including Northern Arizona University (NAU) and Coconino Community College. The County is also home to the United States Naval Observatory Flagstaff Station, Camp Navajo, the United States Geological Survey Flagstaff Science Campus, the Museum of Northern Arizona, Lowell Observatory and the Arboretum at Flagstaff. Flagstaff was the first community designated as an International Dark Skies Community.Flagstaff:--The County seat of Flagstaff is a vibrant community nestled at the base of the San Francisco Peaks with a population of approximately 71,000.-- At 7000 feet elevation, you experience the 4 seasons and world-class outdoor recreation opportunities, including miles of biking and hiking trails, kayaking, fishing, hunting, camping and skiing and snowshoeing. In this region you will experience a unique blend of history, culture, breathtaking beauty.The Organization:Coconino County led the establishment of a local Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC)--in 2006.--Participating within the CJCC is all local law enforcement agencies, the City of Flagstaff and County Attorneys, the County's Legal and Public Defenders, all municipal, Justice and Superior Courts, as well as Juvenile and Adult Probation. These agencies view criminal justice as a "system"; operating within various agency jurisdictions, but one where an individual agency's policy will have profound impacts upon the entire "system" and other participating agencies.Under direction, performs complex executive-level professional leadership, administrative, managerial and analytical duties in support of the County Manager and Board of Supervisors including overseeing the county collective impact efforts by leading senior staff, engaging elected officials, and facilitating outreach with external and internal partners, ensuring teamwork and collaboration across justice system and collective impact departments as well as other departments; performs related work as assigned.---- Typical Duties (Illustrative Only) Provides consultive leadership, empowerment, partnership and coordination of resources to foster collaboration across County departments, community partners, and stakeholders for strategic development and effective use of resources in the justice system, fair justice reforms, Title 36, and collective impact initiatives including health, community services, and schoolsWorks closely and partners with members of the executive team in meeting the vision, goals and priorities of the BoardEstablishes short- and long-term priorities, goals and objectives to assure maximum effectiveness of County resourcesEnsures that directives, decisions, policies, resolutions, ordinances and regulations issued by the Board of Supervisors and the County Manager are implementedIdentifies and implements steps to be more effective, efficient and service oriented while solving problems across departments, divisions and work groupsEnsures senior management, departments and programs are aligned in budget and operation with the vision, goals and priorities of the Board of SupervisorsLeads interdepartmental and interagency work teams to improve County service integration and performance addressing a wide range of public policy issues affecting the citizens of Coconino CountyRepresents Coconino County before Federal, State, regional and local government unitsStays abreast of trends, legislative matters, and best practices affecting County government to apply new techniques to keep the organization current, responsive and setting a national standard for county effectivenessFacilitates communication between partners to build trust, and motivate and engage teams while building meaningful and inclusive relationships to improve services and benefit citizensIs politically astute and aware of community preferences, yet apoliticalDemonstrates confidence, humility, integrity, accessibility, compassion, innovation, creativity, accountability and thoroughness while facilitating strategy and visionSupervises department heads, staff and County departments while building and maintaining organizational cultureCarries out special projects for the County ManagerOversees the adherence of all applicable regulations and standards required in each professional field of disciplineInvestigates and responds to complaints and concernsActs as Manager's representative with County departments to coordinate procedures, find solutions to complex and/or controversial problemsCollaborates with the Presiding Judge, Elected Officials and Department Heads in the following departments: Superior Court, Juvenile Court, Justice Court, Court Administration, Adult Probation, Sheriff's Office, County Attorney's Office, Clerk of Superior Court, Constable, Superintendent of Schools, Legal Defender, Public Defender, Public Health, and Community ServicesChairs task forces as neededMay act as County Manager in that person's absence Essential functions include: working with and around others; working with frequent interruptions; repetitive (hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder) motion for computer work; visual acuity (near and far) for computer work; color vision for working with computer screen; hearing and speech for ordinary conversations and presenting to groups; touch for computer work. Minimum Qualifications Bachelor's degree in public administration, business administration or related field and five years progressively responsible administrative or supervisory experience in a political/governmental environment; OR any combination of education, training and experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the duties of the position.The ideal candidate--will have at least ten years work experience in a comparable or larger county or municipal environment, with at least five years in a senior managerial capacity. Previous managerial work experience that involved working with federal and tribal agencies will be favorably viewed.--The understanding--and ability--to create and sustain external partnerships is highly preferred.-- Ideally, the successful candidate will hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree in business or public administration, political science or a related field; a graduate degree in a related field is strongly preferred. Lastly, this individual will be a strong leader, facilitating the coordination of other strong leaders from within the agencies that make up the criminal justice and collective impact systems.FOR A FULL DESCRIPTION OF THIS OPPORTUNITY:--The following link will allow you to view details on the position, financial reports for Coconino County and the Coconino County Strategic Investment Plan:--http://www.coconino.az.gov/dcmThe following link will allow you to download the PDF brochure:http://www.coconino.az.gov/dcmrecruitmentThis position is exempt from overtime.This position is at-will.--Note:--Resumes are welcome, but completion of County application is mandatory. Relocation expenses may be negotiated as part of the overall compensation. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Thorough knowledge of: Principles and practices of public administrationPublic organizational policy analysisLegislative processThe criminal justice system in Arizona, as well as fair justice reform and evidence-based practices Considerable knowledge of: Principles and practices of departmental administration, management, supervision, research methods, business English and report writing-- General knowledge of: Use of technology to enhance workflowPrinciples and practices of transformational leadership and creating thriving work environmentsStatistical analysis and understanding of program design and evaluation by statistical review methods Ability to: Analyze complex administrative problems and recommend solutionsDevelop and implement management decisions and policiesInterpret County policies and actions to diverse ethnic, cultural, social and business groupsRepresent the County Manager and Board of SupervisorsEffectively carry out difficult and complex assignments requiring considerable independent judgment and initiative with a minimum of supervisionPlan, initiate, and manage projects from beginning to end, with minimal directionWork safely and support the culture of workplace safetyEstablish and maintain effective working relationships with elected officials, appointed department directors, staff, other agencies, the media and the general publicFollow written and oral instructionsCommunicate effectively both orally and in writing AmeriCorps, Peace Corps and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply. Employee Benefits Coconino County offers a comprehensive employee benefits package to regular employees working 30 or more hours per week that includes: (Regular Part Time employees receive some benefits on a pro-rated basis. Temporary and Seasonal employees do not receive benefits. Elected officials are not eligible for vacation and sick leave.)-- Vacation/Annual Leave--Sick Leave10 Holidays Per Year--Health Care Insurance--Dental PlanVision PlanGroup Life InsurancePre-Tax Deduction PlanSick Leave Conversion PlanPersonal Day Purchase ProgramVacation Sell Back ProgramTuition Reimbursement ProgramWellness ProgramLong-Term DisabilityArizona State Retirement SystemEmployee Assistance ProgramOn-going Training OpportunitiesFree bus transportation/ EcoPass bus pass Elective Coverage Dependent Medical, Dental, and Vision--Supplemental Life (for employees & dependents)Flexible Spending AccountHealth Savings AccountTax-deferred investment program--Accidental and Disability InsuranceShort Term Disability Arizona Daily Star. Keywords: County Manager, Location: Flagstaff, AZ - 86003
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