The ideal candidate will be a leader and manager with outstanding analytical, communications and customer service skills. This job is not for the faint of heart or someone who wants to go home at 5 p.m. Restoring the public trust will take time and effort. The selected candidate should plan on working 60 or more hours a week because that is what it will take for the first year. On the other hand the job will be incredibly rewarding. It is an opportunity to restore the reputation of a valued governmental institution.
The salary is negotiable but the City anticipates paying between $100,000 to $110,000 for the right candidate. E-mail your cover letter and resume to Recruit45@cb-asso.com by October 27th. Faxed and mailed resumes will not be considered. Questions should be directed to Rick Conner at (915) 227-7002 or Colin Baenziger at (561) 707-3537. For more information, go to www.cb-asso.com and click on “Executive Search / Active Recruitments.
A Master's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, or Business Management; with five years of increasingly responsible experience in municipal finance and/or operations, a strong customer service focus, excellent written and oral communications skills, and experience with systems, or any equivalent combination of education and experience is required. Experience in local government and familiarity with Georgia law (particularly in taxation, licensing, and regulatory issues) is preferred.
Additional Salary Information: The salary is negotiable but the City anticipates paying between $100,000 to $110,000 for the right candidate.
Savannah is one of America’s friendliest and most beautiful cities, and proud to be ranked No. 3 as “a top place to visit” in the World’s Best Cities in the U.S. and Canada! (Travel + Leisure 2014). Having earned its nickname, “The Hostess City,” for the way Savannahians love to share the charm of their hometown, hospitality is an art form and found at every turn! Savannah evokes a distinct image ...of southern charm, just by mentioning its name, and the city delivers on that image and more, often providing a surprise or two along the way – like that of being ranked the Most Romantic American City (Trivago.com, 2015).