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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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MWVCOG Job Openings


Logo of the MWVCOGCommunity Development Director – MWVCOG. Hiring salary range: $8,813-$9,727 per month, DOQ. The Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments (MWVCOG) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Director of Community Development. The Director is responsible for overseeing a staff of approximately eight employees and providing assistance to local governments in the areas of local and regional planning, land use planning, grants, and community & economic development. The ideal candidate will have experience in most, if not all, areas of regional-planning activities including project development and management, public funding and financing, program/project administration, community engagement and related areas. Specific knowledge and experience is required in assisting communities in the development of public infrastructure and public facilities, transportation planning, land-use planning, and public administration. The position requires strong leadership to supervise and mentor staff, develop professional relationships with elected leaderships and programmatic partners. It also requires the management of administrative programs and their budgets. The Director also serves as one of the agency’s three program-division heads, reporting directly to the MWVCOG’s Executive Director and collaborating with other division heads. The Director also assists the Executive Director in local-government activities as well as administrative functions for the MWVCOG and its Councilmembers. All candidates are subject to a background check. How to Apply: Persons interested in applying should submit a cover letter, completed MWVCOG application form and resume to: MWVCOG Community and Economic Development Director Recruitment, 100 High Street SE, Suite 200, Salem, OR 97301 or e-mail to dvandyke@mwvcog.org. A full job description is available HERE and the application form is available at the link above. The application form includes the Veteran’s Preference form. MWVCOG provides qualifying veterans and disabled veterans with employment preference in accordance with Oregon law. To claim veteran’s preference, you must submit a Veteran’s Preference Form and the required documentation with your application material. Review of received resumes will begin on May 13, 2022 and continue until the position is filled. No telephone inquiries accepted. 


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Financial Analyst – MWVCOG – Full Time – Hiring Range: $6,096 – $6,729 per month F/T w Benefits.  The Mid-Willamette Valley Council of Governments seeks a Financial Analyst in the Finance Department. Requirements: Knowledge of government accounting practices, financial analysis including program management and reporting, budgeting, forecasting, payroll, administrative support and general office practices and procedures. Education/Experience: Minimum of a 2-year degree in Accounting or Finance with 5 years of progressive experience in Accounting or Finance; or a bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance, Business Admin, or Public Administration and 3 years of progressive accounting or finance experience; or any combination of education and experience in Finance or Accounting that demonstrates the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the requirements of this position. To apply: submit a MWVCOG application form to MWVCOG – Financial Analyst; Attn: Denise VanDyke, 100 High St SE, Suite 200, Salem OR 97301 or dvandyke@mwvcog.org. A full job description is available HERE. Application and Veterans preference form available at the link above. MWVCOG follows Oregon law regarding Veterans Preference in Public Employment. If you are requesting Veterans Preference, you must complete the Veterans Preference Form and attach a copy of your DD214 / DD215. If you are a disabled veteran, you must also include a copy of your Veteran’s Administration benefit summary/award letter with your application. Deadline: Open until filled. EOE


City Administrator/Manager Recruitments


City Administrator – City of Yamhill, Oregon. Under the authority and direction of the Mayor, the City Administrator assumes both management and leadership responsibility for all City operations including implementation of the City’s goals, programs, and priorities. The Administrator oversees the development and administration of the budget and implements budgetary adjustments as necessary. The City Administrator implements policy decisions made by City Council, prepares recommendations, and advises on matters requiring legislative action. The City Administrator plans, directs, and coordinates, through department heads and other staff, the development of a strategic plan for the City. The Administrator will adjust the appropriate level of service and staff levels which may call for organizational restructuring. Additionally, the City Administrator monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures, identifies opportunities for improvement, and implements as appropriate. City Administrator represents the City to three departments and multiple partner agencies outside agencies. The Administrator attends and participates in a broad array of professional meetings and stays abreast of new trends and efficiencies to leverage limited resources. The City Administrator promotes City programs, policies, and activities as well as negotiates and resolves issues. The City Administrator responds to and resolves difficult and sensitive resident inquiries and bolsters citizen involvement in meaningful and transparent ways. Please submit your application, cover letter and resume to Petra Schuetz, City Administrator Pro Tem. 

Full Position Description

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Logo for the City of Hubbard, OregonCity Administrator – City of Hubbard, Oregon. Salary: Up to $115,000. The City of Hubbard operates under a mayor-council form of government on a 2021-22 budget of $10.1 million, with a beginning fund balance of $5.9 million, including a $1.4 million general fund. The City has 15 FTEs and one part-time staff member. The City’s three departments include Administration, Police, and Public Works. The Administration Department includes Municipal Court, Planning & Land Use, and Utility Billing. The Public Works Department includes parks, water, sewer, and streets. Under the general direction of the Mayor and the City Council, the City Administrator is the administrative head of the City and is responsible for the overall management and administration of the City and city staff. This is a newly created position and, initially, the City Administrator will also serve as the City’s Finance Director. A bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance, public administration, public policy, or a closely related field, and at least 5 years of experience in public, finance, or municipal administration is required. A master’s degree in public or municipal administration is preferred. Candidates that possess any combination of education or experience that displays the relevant skills and training necessary to be successful will be considered. For a complete position profile, full job description and to apply online, visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com, click on “Open Recruitments” and then click the position title. For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Hubbard is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review of applications: April 24, 2022 (open until filled).


logo of the City of Newberg, ORNewberg is a steadily growing, caring and compassionate city with strong community engagement in local government.  The City is seeking a talented and collaborative City Manager who is a servant leader with strong interpersonal skills, fiscal conservancy and a data driven philosophy.  They should be trustworthy, respectful, ethical, with a good approachable character and utmost integrity.  After many changes in city leadership in past years, the city is finally well placed for a fresh start, with established strong departmental directors and dedicated employees eager to move the city forward.

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Applications  

IDEAL CANDIDATE

  • Ready to make a commitment to the prosperity of Newberg residents and staff, by living and working in the city. The ideal candidate will be on site , in-person, at least 4 out of 5 days per week.
  • A genuine and accessible people person who can listen to and navigate the varying viewpoints held by Newberg residents, while interpreting and advancing Council goals and city values.
  • Newberg employees have been buffeted by the global pandemic, short staffing and multiple management changes and deserve empowerment and stability from a pro-active, honest, effective and transparent communicator.
  • A forward-thinking manager who anticipates potential issues.
  • The incoming City Manager will be expected to possess strong financial acumen and balance fiscal stewardship with the needs of the community, employing strategies that support the City’s ability to continue delivery of high-quality municipal services.
  • A leader who values business principles for management and operations ,while also understanding how to successfully achieve in the public sector. They should know how to optimize the use of process improvements and technology to enable departments to advance best practices for the benefit of the organization and the residents of Newberg.

The City of Stayton’s City Manager position is now live! You can find more details by visiting: www.jensenstrategies.com/recruitment/staytoncitymanager.

The City of Stayton, Oregon (population 8,265) is recruiting its next City Manager. Located in Marion County on the North Santiam River southeast of Salem, Stayton serves as a regional center for many area communities, offering frequented economic and community assets, from agricultural and manufacturing resources to a library, community center, and pool. Stayton is a small but growing community in an area that offers an abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities while also being a quick trip away from the coast and the Portland metropolitan area. Stayton is home to a caring community which takes pride in its downtown area that accentuates the city’s history and charm.


City Administrator – City of Cascade Locks – Salary Range: $90,000-$110,000 Annually.

Cascade Locks, is situated at the very heart of the Columbia River Gorge, where the mountains tower up to 4,000-feet above the river, and waterfalls tumble from the heights to reach the river near sea level below. Surrounded by stunning natural beauty, you can relax, slow down a bit, and take in the grandeur. Only 44 miles from Portland, Oregon, Cascade Locks provides a perfect place to reflect and rejuvenate. Discover our small town, full of friendly faces. Here, you’re free to choose — between big adventures and life’s little pleasures. The City of Cascade Locks is seeking to replace its long-standing City Administrator. Under the general direction of the City Council, the City Administrator assists the Mayor and Council in the development of City policies and legislation. The Administrator is the City’s Chief Administrative Officer and implements Council’s ordinances and resolutions.

The City Administrator manages a staff of 15 FTEs and other part-time employees while managing an annual budget of $18 million (2021-2022) to accomplish Council goals. The new City Administrator must have the ability to communicate effectively with staff, Council and community members and the ability and desire to become invested in the community. The City Administrator will have a strong background in municipal budgeting and have prior experience with the management of complex capital projects.

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration or related field is required and a master’s degree is preferred. The City also requires thorough knowledge of municipal government organization, powers, functions and relationships with other governmental jurisdictions. Preference to candidates with prior experience as a City Administrator/Manager or as an Assistant City Administrator/Manager. Experience working with an electric utility a plus.

The salary range for this position is $90,000 to $110,000 per year, and the City of Cascade Locks provides a comprehensive benefits package.

For complete job profile and application please visit www.Cascade-Locks.or.us

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled with first review for applications received by June 6, 2022 at 5 pm PDT.        

The City of Cascade Locks has partnered with Lane Council of Governments (LCOG) for this recruitment. Please submit completed application, resume, cover letter, supplemental questionnaire, and veteran’s preference form to jobs@lcog.org. Please contact LCOG with questions at jobs@lcog.org.

Cascade Locks is committed to equal employment opportunity and workplace diversity.

 


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logo of the City of Newberg, OREngineering Associate – City of Newberg, Oregon. As part of a dedicated team under the general guidance and direction of the City Engineer this position performs design and review work and evaluation of streets, wastewater, water, stormwater or other Public Works facilities; manages consultants and construction bid projects. Assists with a variety of environmental programs and projects including regulatory compliance programs for the Public Works Department and the City of Newberg. May act as lead for assigned projects as part of the Public Works team. Office work involves data management and analysis, technical research and report preparation, project development and distribution, public outreach program development, and assisting in coordination with state and federal regulatory agencies.  A hybrid work schedule may be possible in accordance with the city’s hybrid work policy. Some outdoor work is required in the collection of data, Field work involves on-site information gathering, monitoring, and inspection of projects or existing public facilities and interaction with private contractors and the public. Performs design and/or review work and evaluation of design of streets, wastewater, water, stormwater or other public works facilities; manages consultants and construction bid projects. Field work involves on-site information gathering, monitoring, and inspection of projects or existing public facilities and interaction with private contractors and the public.

Education and Experience: College Degree in Civil Engineering and a minimum of 2 years of technical experience. OR Any equivalent combination of education, certifications, and experience which provides relevant knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job may be considered.

 Special Requirements, Licenses, and/or Certificates: Engineer-in-Training (EIT) Must possess a valid driver’s license or have the ability to obtain one prior to employment. Must be physically capable of moving about construction work sites and under adverse field conditions.

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Apply Here by 5/3/2022


General Manager – MINET Fiber, a Municipal ISP – Salary: $130,000-$140,000 Annually. MINET, a fiber-based ISP owned jointly by the cities of Monmouth and Independence, Oregon, is seeking a new General Manager. The new General Manager will inherit a mature and stable ISP that has grown to also manage the ISP in nearby Dallas, Oregon. The successful candidate will help the business grow and continue to thrive. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree a plus. Must have operational experience with an ISP or closely related telecom business, minimum 10 years supervisory/managerial experience, or a combination of education and experience that demonstrates the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the duties as described. A more detailed job description is available HEREHow to apply: All qualified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply by Friday, May 27, 2022 (first review, open until filled). Applications, resumes, and cover letters will only be accepted electronically. To apply online, go to https://bit.ly/3knKNbD click on “Apply” and follow the directions provided. Resumes and cover letters can be uploaded once you have logged in. If you are a veteran and wish to request veterans’ preference credit, please indicate that in your cover letter, and complete and submit the veterans’ preference form posted on the website as instructed on the form. 


Logo for the City of DaytonOffice Specialist II – Dayton, Oregon (www.ci.dayton.or.us).Salary: $20 .74-$27.07 per hour. DOE, plus excellent benefits. Population 2,720. Are you detail-oriented and love to multi-task?  Then this position is for you!  The Office Specialist II’s main responsibilities are acting as the Code Enforcement Officer who interprets, applies, and enforces Dayton municipal code and as the Building Permit Specialist who is the primary contact on all building and construction permit processes.  Works with Public Works Director and City Engineer to ensure permits are processed in accordance with City code requirements. Bilingual-Spanish preferred. A complete job description, including veteran’s preference information is available at www.ci.dayton.or.us.  Send cover letter, resume and references to: City of Dayton, Attn: Patty Ringnalda, PO Box 339, Dayton, OR 97114, or e-mail to pringnalda@ci.dayton.or.us. Closing date: Open until filled.  EOE


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Public Works Director – City of Beaverton. Salary: $125,961-$168,793 Annually. Closing Date: May 15, 2022.

Public Works Street Technician – City of Beaverton. Salary: $22.60-$30.28 Hourly. Closing Date: May 16, 2022.

Bilingual Librarian – City of Beaverton. Salary: $26.05-$34.92 Hourly. Closing Date: May 23, 2022.

Bilingual Library Reference Assistant – City of Beaverton. Salary: $21.17-$28.36 Hourly. Closing Date: May 23, 2022.

Application materials and full job description available at http://www.beavertonoregon.gov/jobs.