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To post your job advertisement in this listing, e-mail a brief ad (maximum 300 words in text format) to:  dvandyke@mwvcog.org.  You may also include a longer version of the ad, job description, flyer, website address, application form, etc., to which we will create a link. We will post the ad as quickly as possible after its receipt. Ads remain posted for 30 days or until the ad’s closing date, whichever comes first.

For assistance, please contact Denise VanDyke at 503-540-1602 or dvandyke@mwvcog.org.


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Logo of the MWVCOGMWVCOG – RFP for Recruitment Firm – The Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a firm capable of assisting it with the task of hiring a new Executive Director. For details on the scope of work and how to submit a proposal, click HERE. Proposal submission deadline is February 26, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. Pacific.


Logo for Marion County, OregonMARION COUNTY – Associate Planner. $25.18 – $33.77 Hourly. Recruitment #372-2020-1.  Marion County is recruiting for the position of Associate Planner. This recruitment will be used to fill two (2) Associate Planner vacancies. To view the full job announcement, click HERE.  For more information on how to apply, click HERE. Closing Date: Monday, February 3, 2020 at 11:59 PM Pacific.

 


Logo for the City of Monmouth, OregonCITY OF MONMOUTH – City Manager. $125,000-$140,500 Annually. The City of Monmouth seeks a new City Manager to lead an energetic staff and committed, engaged Council as it develops its reputation as a community of choice for small town life with opportunities for education, employment, recreation, innovation and true sense of community. The new City Manager will inherit a stable, well-managed, and financially sound institution that is moving forward on multiple fronts. To be successful, Monmouth’s next City Manager must both respect the town’s rich history and be able to advance its brand in a rapidly changing environment. Working under the guidance and direction of the Mayor and six City Council members, the City Manager serves as Chief Administrative Officer of the City of Monmouth, and is responsible for leading, planning, directing, and coordinating all City Departments. The City Manager attends and participates in all regular and special meetings of the City Council and supports the Council goals by engaging departments and/or staff to advance the goals. For a complete profile, including details on how to apply, click HERE. Open until filled. First Review March 8, 2020.