Positions in Local Government
DEADLINE FOR POSITIONS:
The deadline for placing a job advertisement in the next issue of the VML eNews newsletter is Friday, May 24. Submit ads via e-mail to David Parsons. VML publishes job advertisements at no cost to its local government members. Non-members are charged a flat rate of $25 per ad per issue. VML edits position descriptions in its print publications because of space limitations.
Civil Engineer III, Suffolk
SALARY: $57,877-$75,241 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Under minimal supervision, responsible for providing professional and technical work involving project management for design and construction of complex capital improvement projects for the department. Performs administrative work in assisting with budgeting and staff supervision for the assigned division. Work involves significant involvement in management of complex capital improvement projects and performing engineering reviews of complex or politically sensitive private construction plans to ensure compliance with city codes and engineering standards. Work also involves providing technical support in responding to citizen concerns pertaining to drainage, erosion, traffic, utility systems, or other departmental issues. Reqs. bachelor's degree in civil engineering, civil engineering technology, or closely related field; supplemented by 6 yrs. exper. and/or training that includes project management for design/construction of engineering projects, engineering plan review, computer-aided engineering design, and personal computer operations, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess and maintain a valid P.E. license. Must have valid driver's license. Apply at www.suffolkva.us. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 20
Deputy Assessor, Suffolk
SALARY: $53,724-$68,499 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Under general supervision, responsible for performing administrative and supervisory work assisting in planning, organizing and directing an effective and comprehensive assessment program. Work involves supervising appraisers, and assisting and participating in assessments of land parcels and buildings; preparing various statistical reports; and assisting in planning and budgeting recommendations to assist the assessor in overseeing and directing departmental operations; and assisting taxpayers and the general public with inquiries pertaining to appraisals and assessment procedures. Reports to the assessor. Reqs. bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, accounting or a related field and 3-5 yrs. exper. in assessment or appraisal, including supervisory exper., or an equiv. comb. of educ. and exper. Must have valid driver's license. Apply at www.suffolkva.us. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 20
Deputy Fire Chief, Suffolk
SALARY: $68,998-$89,698 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Under limited supervision, responsible for performing supervisory and administrative work in the Fire Department on assigned shift. Work involves supervising operational matters, organizing and directing emergency response operations and assuming command, as needed. Work also involves overseeing personnel and evaluating specific unit operations. Must also investigate complaints against dept. personnel. This position is subject to the usual hazards of emergency response work. Reports to the fire chief. Reqs. a two-year degree in a related field from an accredited college; or be a National Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer graduate with 15 yrs. exper. in the fire/EMS service with 2 yrs. exper. as a battalion chief or above, or an equiv. comb. of educ. and exper. Prefer a relevant bachelor's degree from an accredited college, certification by state of Va. as a Fire Officer Level II (NFPA 1021), Fire Instructor II (NFPA 1041), and certification as an emergency medical technician. Must have valid driver's license. Apply at www.suffolkva.us. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 20
Senior Administrative Assistant (Libraries), Falls Church
SALARY: $41,820-plus DPQ/DOE (+) benefits. Plan, supervise and participate in providing lead administrative support services to the library director at the Mary Riley Styles Library. Prepares, handles and maintains a wide variety of responsible confidential administrative and technical assignments and documents for the library, including financial and personnel records, expenditure and revenue reports. Reqs. graduation from H.S. (prefer 2 yrs. of college) plus course work in office technology or related field; considerable increasingly responsible exper. in office mngmnt., purchasing, accounting, administrative and supervisory work in a municipal function, preferably a public library; thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office 2010, especially Excel and Word (Windows 7 and Munis preferred). Notary certification preferred. More info at www.fallschuchva.gov. Send city application or resume to City of Falls Church, HR Division, 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046 or email@example.com. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 20
Maintenance Worker (Sewers), Falls Church
SALARY: $41,820-plus DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Responsibilities include cleaning, flushing and maintaining sanitary sewers as part of a three-person crew; responding to emergencies after working hours; performing related task. Reqs. valid driver’s license and valid CDL or ability to obtain within 6 mos. More info at www.fallschuchva.gov. Send city application or resume to City of Falls Church, HR Division, 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 20
County Administrator, Shenandoah
SALARY: Negotiable up to $120,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 42,583; FY13 GF bdgt. $52.7 million) The county govt. provides a wide range of services to a growing regional community in the Shenandoah Valley of northwestern Va. Shenandoah is recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life, strong school system and a diverse economy and workforce. Reqs. bachelor's degree (master's highly desired) in business or public admin., planning, finance or related field. Desire min. 5-8 yrs. as a chief executive /administrator or deputy chief executive / administrator in a high performing, comparably sized, agriculturally-based growing community with a wide range of duties in operation and mngmnt. Exper. of candidates must demonstrate a high level of successful performance in areas that include finance and budget, growth management, economic development, long-range and strategic planning, staff development, and maintaining positive lines of communication at all levels. Additional exper. in team building and outreach and development of high performance governmental departments and organizations is a significant consideration. A progressive record of strong professional, administrative leadership in a similar community or organization is an important consideration. Submit letter of application, detailed resume with salary history and work related references to: John A. Anzivino, Senior Vice President, Springsted Incorporated, 1564 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228 or Fax: 804-726-9752 or e-mail at email@example.com. Complete community/position profile at www.springsted.com. Resumes received by June 16 will receive priority consideration. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 17
Development Services Coordinator, Manassas
SALARY: $59,051-$97,406 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Coordinates activities, operations and staff of the Development Services Division office, which serves as the one-stop shop for all site and building development projects. Handles the supervisory responsibility for the Development Services counter, which involves instructing, assigning and reviewing work, maintaining standards, acting on employee problems, selecting new employees, and appraising employee performance. Facilitates customer services initiatives at the counter; ensures that building codes and site-related codes are met. Oversees daily operations to ensure excellent customer service; provides assistance on complex technical issues and issue resolution; establishes time schedules and priorities. Ensures that the city's development process complements economic development efforts. Facilitates the division's documents control. Reviews performance and /or erosion bond agreements to verify quantities for the construction and erosion bonds; reviews sureties submitted by banks and insurance companies; determines completeness, correctness, and financial standing status of the bonding institutions; makes recommendations for approval to the city attorney. Monitors the progress of approved development sureties to avoid a default status; processes bond extensions, reductions and releases. Reqs. bachelor's degree in engineering, architecture or closely related field and 3 yrs. progressively responsible exper. in plan review, inspections, bond administration and/or permitting; or an equiv. comb. of educ., training and exper. Must obtain and maintain the following certifications from the appropriate authority: Certified Plan Reviewer (Va. DCR), Certified Zoning Official. May be req'd to obtain additional certification(s). To apply, complete the city application at www.manassascity.org/jobs. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 17
Assistant Director for Economic Development, Fredericksburg
SALARY: $62,157-$75,013 start range DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 25,000) Located on I-95 between Washington and Richmond, Fredericksburg offers myriad cultural activities and special events in addition to its colorful Colonial and Civil War history. The city is served by a progressive healthcare system and is home to a successful state-operated university. The assistant director develops and implements strategies for recruiting, expanding and retaining businesses. Performs significant independent work furthering economic development goals and strategic plans, developing strategies for re-development of underutilized retail, commercial and industrial sites; serves on the Fredericksburg Main Street program's economic restructuring committee; develops and implements marketing, advertising and public relations programs; seeks and attracts companies willing to move to or expand within the city; tracks and administers city incentive and EDA grant programs; and confers with the director and city departments on the establishment of policies, procedures and practices that will promote economic development. Successful candidate will have a bachelor's degree in economics, public administration, urban planning or a related field, with core courses in economic development, supplemented by 5-7 yrs. of progressive exper. in economic development, community relations, real estate development, downtown revitalization, or a related field; or any equiv. comb. of educ. and exper. that provides the req'd knowledge, skills and abilities. Background check, including criminal history, req'd. City application and more info at www.fredericksbrugva.gov or the HR Department, 715 Princess Anne St., Room 217, Fredericksburg, VA 22401. Contact: 540-372-1028. Submit completed application and resume by June 7. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 16
Director of Parks and Recreation, Winchester
SALARY: $64,001-$102,398 (DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 26,000; 9.3 sq. miles; $2.5 million dept. operating bdgt.) Manage, motivate and lead dept. consisting of 27 professionals and up to 75 PT employees. The dept. oversees 248 acres of park land, including a regional park, neighborhood parks, open space, wetlands and natural preserves (14 parks total); an indoor-outdoor swimming pool; and a 44,000-square-foot recreation center. Plans and directs all recreational programs and building/grounds maintenance activities for the dept. Works closely with the Parks & Recreation Advisory Board. Also supervises the Winchester-Frederick County Convention and Visitor's Bureau executive director. Reports to city manager. Must have extensive managerial exper. and a comprehensive working knowledge of parks and recreation operations, management principles and budgeting; ability to effectively manage personnel involved in recreation and pool programs; proven track record of working with community groups and organizations; outstanding communication skills; demonstrated success developing and implementing strategic plans; ability to communicate goals and objectives clearly; be innovative and receptive to the ideas of others; have ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Reqs. bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in parks and recreation admin., public admin., business admin., or related field, with significant exper. in parks and recreation mngmnt. CPRP and/or CPRE certifications preferred. Reqs. valid Va. driver's license or ability to obtain within 45 days. Learn more and apply at www.winchesterva.gov. Deadline: June 18. EOE.
Posted May 16
Code Inspector I (Electrical), Alexandria
SALARY:$36,588-$63,359 DOQ/ DOE (+) benefits. Conduct technical code inspection work on new and existing construction and renovation projects in residential and commercial buildings. Inspects and approves technical work and enforces compliance with the Alexandria City Code, Code of Virginia, internal policies and procedures, and the Virginia Uniformed Statewide Building Code, as well as any referenced codes or standards to protect the public against hazards caused by defective materials and workmanship in building construction. Works in the field, as assigned, and performs inspections that are routine, less complex and narrower in scope than work assigned to a Code Inspector II. Inspector responsibilities increase as career ladder advancement occurs. Work performed under general supervision of a code supervisor. Additional technical guidance is available from higher level code inspectors. More info and submit application at www.alexandriava.gov/jobs or call 703-746-3780. Reference job # 2012-00136. Deadline: June 7. EOE.
Posted May 16
Business Application Specialist II (Department of Emergency Communications and Citizens Services), Virginia Beach
SALARY: $47,358-$71,037 (+) benefits. Report to the appropriate division manager of ECCS on business application matters for the automation of business applications to enhance efficiency and effectiveness using server- or mainframe-based software programs; provide excellent customer service and develop effective internal and external business partnerships; analyze E9-1-1 and 3-1-1 business operations; initiate research and studies appropriately, use accepted analytical methodology, and complete study in a timely manner; prepare plans and timetables for departmental information technology needs; lead studies/discussions in order to review and analyze operational effectiveness of existing systems; define problems and information processing requirements, recommending procedural and operating improvements and identifying needed automation support; administer specialized public safety and contact center department systems; identify and test system enhancements; evaluate system performance in order to make recommendations for increased efficiency; assist ComIT staff in developing and preparing system design documents, testing, troubleshooting, and determining appropriate corrective actions; provide training to users; coordinates department inventory of hardware and software; work productively with ComIT technical staff and coordinate ECCS, and ComIT department resources on projects; continuously keep updated on new services and products, and stay abreast of technology changes; organize and direct department public safety and contact center system user groups; establish priorities for system-related projects. Visit www.vbgov.com/careers for more detailed job information and to apply online. Job # 5306. Deadline: June 13. EOE.
Posted May 15
Assistant County Attorney, Goochland
SALARY: $58,000-$64,000 hiring range DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Assist the county attorney in providing legal representation and counsel to the Board of Supervisors, county administration, constitutional officers, as well as county boards, commissions and committees. Duties include advising county departments, agencies and employees; preparing ordinances, resolutions, legal opinions and contracts; and representing the county in court and administrative proceedings. Must be current member in good standing with the Virginia State Bar. Ideal candidate will have min. 2 yrs. exper. in local govt. practice, preferably with land use and zoning knowledge and exper. Reqs. submittal of Goochland County Employment Application, resume and writing sample. Applications available at www.co.goochland.va.us. Send to: Kelly Parrish, Human Resources, 1800 Sandy Hook Road, P.O. Box 10, Goochland, VA 23063, or by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax: 804-657-2032. Background check and drug screen req'd. Deadline: June 21. EOE.
Posted May 14
Director of Planning and Zoning, Richmond County
SALARY: $39,500-$55,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 9,254) Responsible for administration and enforcement of all county land development ordinances, including but not limited to zoning, subdivision erosion/sediment control, and Chesapeake Bay Act regulations. Will serve as staff to the Richmond County Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals. Prefer minimum of a bachelor's degree in planning, public administration, related fields or be able to demonstrate equivalent qualifications. Reqs. local govt. exper. and/or knowledge in planning, land use and zoning. Exper. in fields of grant writing, grant administration, economic development, information technology, policy implementation and comprehensive planning will be considered. Must be highly organized, possess excellent written/verbal skills, and be able to demonstrate a level of computer competence (including knowledge of GIS) to maintain office production and permitting activities. Applications and full job description may be obtained from the County Administrator Office, 101 Court Circle, Warsaw, VA 22572, by calling 804-333-3415 or at www.co.richmond.va.us. Submit letter of interest, completed county application form, min. 3 professional references and resume to: Richmond County Administrator's Office, P.O. Box 1000, Warsaw, VA 22572. Deadline: June 21. EOE.
Posted May 14
Senior Programmer Analyst, Newport News
SALARY: $47,408-$56,890 anticipated hiring range DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Responsible for the development and support of application systems design, problem determination, program design, coding programs and related activities. Performs full life cycle development of complex applications to include analysis, program design, coding, testing and documentation of computer programs; writes routine to complex programs in authorized programming languages to meet specifications; formulates and defines the system scope and objectives for assigned projects. Analyzes and evaluates existing application systems to determine problems, isolation and resolution, as well as make recommendations for changes and enhancements. Designs and prepares production job-streams, file structures, data formats and on-line forms. Reqs. any comb. of educ. equiv. to a bachelor's degree in information science or related field and 3-5 yrs. programming exper. Must have valid driver's license. Apply at https://www.jobs-nngov.com. Deadline: May 24. EOE.
Posted May 10
Planner I (Development Facilitator), York County
SALARY: $38,720-$44,795 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. As a member of the Development and Compliance Division, assists developers, business owners and residents submitting site plans, subdivision plans and plats for compliance with county ordinances, regulations, policies and design criteria. Communicates with applicants to discuss project status, provide guidance in achieving approvals and permits, and assist applicants in completing projects by securing certificates of occupancy or release of surety. Ensures that problems and barriers affecting the timely and effective review and implementation of projects are resolved. Makes frequent contact with customers and staff to eliminate potential barriers and issues with plan review and construction permitting processes. Conducts occasional site inspections as needed. Assists the Economic Development Authority and their clients in defining steps needed to process plans through the county. Reqs. bachelor's degree in engineering, planning, landscape architecture or a closely related field, and 1-2 yrs exper. in planning and design work; or any equiv. comb. of educ. and exper. Local government exper. desired. Must have basic knowledge and exper. in planning, zoning or economic development and be able to effectively review and analyze site plans, subdivision plans and building plans. Must possess excellent communication skills, strong project management skills and a commitment to providing excellent customer service. Personal computer exper. using Microsoft Office, GIS mapping software, and project management software desired. Updates the Development and Compliance website as req'd. Reqs. valid driver's license. Apply at www.yorkcounty.gov/humanresources. Deadline: May 24. EOE.
Posted May 9
Systems Analyst (Information Technology), Albemarle County
SALARY: $47,356-$56,827 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Evaluates and integrates new software and hardware technologies into public safety applications to help create more efficient and easier to use systems. Investigates user requirements and develops them into specifications for automation of manual functions as well as modifications to existing automated functions; works as project manager for assigned user department(s); provides leadership for implementing both in-house written and vendor written applications. Should possess strong logical abilities; possess effective communications skills; possess programming, data processing and systems analysis education; should exhibit strong leadership attitude in support of project, department and county goals; and ability to lead others in a team environment. Reqs. one or more yrs. combined exper. as a systems analyst, programmer/analyst, or related position in a similar hardware and software environment, plus one of the following: Bachelor's degree with extensive class work in data processing; or community college degree in computer science or business; or additional relevant exper. that can be substituted for educ. Reqs. knowledge of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013. Complete job description and online application at www.albemarle.org/jobs. Contact: 434-296-5827. Deadline: May 23. EOE.
Posted May 9
City Engineer, Petersburg
SALARY: DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Oversees planning, design and inspection of engineering projects; performs related work as req'd. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in civil engineering and considerable exper. in professional civil engineering work, including some supervisory exper. P.E. license desirable. Full job description at www.petersburgva.gov. Submit application to: City of Petersburg, Human Resources Department, 103 W. Tabb St., Petersburg, VA 23803. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 9
City Manager, Manassas
SALARY: Negotiable within range of $160,000-$175,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 37,821; $321 million FY13 bdgt., including schools; 468 municipal FTEs). Serve as chief executive officer of historic city appx. 30 miles southwest of Washington that is governed by a mayor and six-member City Council elected for staggered 4-yr. terms. The city government provides a wide range of services (water sewer, electric, airport) to a growing regional community and is widely recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life and a diverse economic base. Reqs. bachelor's degree in public or business administration or related field (master's highly desirable). Prefer a substantial amount of public sector mngmnt. exper. in a comparably sized or larger city or county, with more exper. preferred. Exper. must show high level of interest and successful achievement in a broad range of areas that includes working effectively with citizen groups, economic and community development, redevelopment, working with and understanding the needs of existing businesses, building council and community consensus, and dealing with public finance issues. Additional consideration will be given to ICMA Credentialed Managers. A progressive record of strong professional, administrative leadership in a similar community or organization is an important consideration. Submit letter of application, resume with salary history and 5 work-related references to: John A. Anzivino, Senior Vice President, Springsted Incorporated, 1564 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228 or via Fax at 804-726-9752 or via e-mail at Richmond@springsted.com. Complete profile at www.springsted.com. Interviews will begin in late June. Deadline: June 9. EOE.
Posted May 9
Senior Learning and Development Specialist, Chesapeake
SALARY: $44,683 (+) benefits. Seeking motivated, experienced, continuous learning professional to coordinate city's L&D program, as well as serve as primary facilitator. Primary functions include: facilitation; curriculum development to include a web-based learning platform; needs assessment; research and analysis to include recommendations to management; policy and program development and maintenance. Reqs. bachelor's degree in related field and 2 yrs. professional exper. Also reqs. thorough knowledge of curriculum development and various adult learning styles. Prefer master's degree, MBTI and/or CPLP certifications. View detailed description and apply at www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net. Deadline: May 27. EOE.
Posted May 9
Risk Manager, Richmond Redevelopment and Housing Authority
SALARY: $49,111-$70,000 hiring range DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Responsible for analyzing, planning and implementing methods for handling the authority's exposure to risk. Utilizes risk management tools such as insurance, loss prevention and reduction, training, safety inspections and safety committees. Responsible for securing the authority's general liability and property insurance coverage. Also handles insurance claims related to fleet, property and negligence. Reqs. bachelor's degree in risk management, industrial safety or related field; 5 yrs. exper. in risk management, including the development of public sector insurance portfolios or evaluation of insurance needs; valid driver's license. (Consideration given for differences in exper. and education.) Prefer 2-plus yrs. of affordable housing or public sector exper.; coursework in risk management and/or insurance; IIA certification as an Associate in Risk Management (ARM) or similar certification. Visit www.rrha.com to apply. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 8
Senior Planner, Chesapeake
SALARY: $48,581 (+) benefits. Serves as the first point of contact with customers and provides critical public support functions. The position is the primary customer service liaison regarding planning department activities and programs. Responsible for learning details pertaining to the development review process, city codes and policies such as the comprehensive plan, and planning studies and projects. Also will prepare educational materials, update Planning Department web pages, utilize GIS and other technical programs, and coordinate community involvement activities. Reqs. effective communicator and ability to compile data from a variety of sources. Additional info and apply at: www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net. Deadline: May 31. EOE.
Posted May 7
Town Manager, Culpeper
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits, including VRS. (pop. 16,379; $32.9 million bdgt.; 170 FTEs) Provide effective and ethical leadership for vibrant, historic community in north central Va. just outside of Washington D.C. MSA; work collaboratively with the community, Town Council and town staff. Ideal candidate will be a self-starter with ability to think strategically, anticipate outcomes and fairly execute the policies of Town Council. Reqs. exper. in: municipal finance and budgeting; economic development with a fundamental knowledge of marketing strategies and methods for attracting commercial and mixed-use development and redevelopment projects; communities that are undergoing growth; and working with regional organizations and state regulatory and grant authorities. Reqs. demonstrated ability and desire to create positive relationships and open communication with all segments of the community. Also reqs. bachelor's degree in public admin. or related field and min.10 yrs. progressively responsible public admin. exper., with min. 5 yrs. as chief administrative officer, assistant manager or dept. head. Complete job description and online application at www.culpeperva.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 7
Capital Improvements Project Engineer/Manager, Falls Church
SALARY: $67,343-$85,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Reqs. exper. in management of capital projects related to transportation, general facilities and stormwater. Must have sound understanding of general civil engineering, project design and field inspection. Must also possess excellent communication skills, as well as a spirit of cooperativeness and team-building. In addition to managing projects associated with the CIP, provides engineering support for other programs managed by the Dept. of Public Works, including engineering review and oversight of private site development plans, facility management, transportation and stormwater. Responsibilities include overseeing CIP and coordinating the CIP with city's budget process; providing grant management/administration; managing capital projects; managing contracts related to planning, design, engineering and construction of capital projects. Reqs. bachelor's degree in civil engineering, min 7 yrs. relevant exper., extensive exper. in a responsible position in the engineering field and registration as a P.E. in Va. Also reqs. demonstrated ability: to organize facts effectively; to prepare clear and concise reports; to plan and supervise diverse construction and maintenance projects. An equiv. comb. of training and exper. may be considered. Submit resume to: City of Falls Church, Human Resources Division, 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Interviews to begin appx. May 22. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 7
Town Planner / Zoning Administrator, Round Hill
SALARY: $45,000-$65,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 600; town-county JLMA appx. 5,000) Responsibilities for growing Loudoun County town include managing planning operations and administering zoning ordinance; site plan and subdivision review; rezoning and special exception process; zoning ordinance amendments, elements of the comprehensive plan, and grant applications. Provides primary level of support to the Board of Zoning Appeals and Planning Commission. Reqs. ability to work with town officials and staff, land use professionals, attorneys and engineers, and to perform a variety of advanced professional planning tasks. Must be able to lead multiple projects, serve as main point of contact, and be responsive to the public. Must possess strong writing, public speaking, research and problem-solving skills, and have working knowledge and ability to enforce applicable provisions of state and local codes. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to a bachelor's degree in planning or related field and min. 5 yrs. professional planning/zoning exper. AICP preferred. Submit cover letter and resume to: John C. Barkley, Town Administrator, Town of Round Hill, P.O. Box 36, Round Hill, VA 20142-0036, 540-338-7878, or via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline: June 14. EOE.
Posted May 6
Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator, Keysville
SALARY: DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Seeking operator with a Class 3 Va. wastewater license or higher, or a person willing to be trained to become an operator. Must demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform all aspects of wastewater treatment as required by the Va. Department of Environmental Quality. Min. requirements for a trainee include a H.S. diploma, ability to lift 85 lbs., and a valid driver's license. Advanced math skills essential. Applications available at the town office, 120 J Street, Keysville, VA. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 6
Director of Public Works, Hopewell
SALARY: DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Plans, directs, manages and oversees the activities, projects and operations of the Department of Public Works, including fiscal budget/management, engineering, traffic engineering, construction, streets and drainage, grounds maintenance, cemetery, utility construction, and fleet/building services. Supervises inspection of construction projects performed by contractors for compliance with plans, specifications and city standards. Coordinates assigned activities with other city depts., divisions and outside agencies; and provides highly responsible and complex administrative support to the city manager. Reqs. bachelor's degree in civil engineering or related science and at least 5 yrs. progressive exper. in the public works/construction mngmnt. field. Licensed P.E. preferred. To review complete job posting and apply, go to www.hopewellva.gov. Deadline: May 20. EOE.
Posted May 6
Director of Information Technology / Chief Information Officer, Richmond
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 205,000; $18.8 million dept. bdgt.; 103 dept. employees) Seeking transformational, business-savvy and entrepreneurial leader with a track record of building top notch, business-focused and innovative IT operations. Richmond has a mayor-council form of government. Reports to the deputy chief administrative officer for finance and administration, and serves as member of senior leadership team. Provides: visionary leadership; strategic direction; develops and implements IT governance; manages initiatives, staff and resources of the dept. to ensure that innovative technology and "best in class" IT services are delivered. Must ensure city's information processing, technology, applications, service delivery and telecommunications equipment meet each dept.'s IT needs. Must be service oriented, strategic thinker, problem solver and collaborative leader with strong relationship-building and organizational change management skills. Reqs. min. 10 yrs. exper. in IT with 5 yrs. of leadership exper. Ideal candidates should have progressively responsible IT mngmnt. and leadership exper. in a large complex public agency or private sector organization. Local govt. exper. a plus. Exper. should include leading major transformational efforts; establishing and implementing significant strategic and operational plans and building an effective IT governance structure. Submit letter of interest and resume electronically to Ms. Brett Byers at email@example.com or Mr. Bill Hawkins at firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail materials to: The Hawkins Company, 11040 Bollinger Road, Suite E-216, San Ramon, CA 94582. For more info, contact Byers at 323-403-8279 or Hawkins at 310-348-8800. Recruitment brochure available at www.thehawkinscompany.com. Deadline: June 7. EOE.
Posted May 6
Executive Director (Economic Development), Shenandoah Valley Partnership
SALARY: Negotiable within range of $75,000-$85,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits, including VRS. Seeking energetic individual to lead non-profit economic development partnership that serves seven counties and five cities in the central Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Lead efforts to expand and relocate businesses to this vibrant economic region with a population of appx. 357,000. Reqs. ability to work with an energized public-private Board of Directors; serves as the chief executive of the partnership under direction of the board chair and its executive committee. Reqs. bachelor's degree in business or public admin. or related field, or commensurate exper.; min. 5 yrs. progressively responsible managerial and leadership exper. in economic development, including 5 yrs. of successful economic development exper. in a management capacity with a comparably sized and progressive local government or regional economic development organization preferred. Exper. providing wide range of economic development, recruitment, program development, coordination and implementation is highly desirable with additional exper. in interacting with a variety of public agencies, private sector partners and prospective businesses and interpreting and communicating complex issues to groups with varying interests. Reqs. demonstrated past success in bringing together various groups and constituencies to foster creative and practical solutions that result in significant success in job creation and tax base expansion in a highly competitive environment. View full posting and submit an electronic application, cover letter, resume, salary history and 5 business-related references at http://bit.ly/12ZKP8u and reference posting number 0405289. Residency within partnership region req'd within 6 mos. or otherwise negotiated, but not longer than 1 yr. Deadline: May 26. EOE.
Posted May 2
Wastewater Treatment Plant (Assistant Manager), Front Royal
SALARY: $40,019 - $63,315 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Class II Wastewater License req'd; Class I Wastewater License within 6 mos. Essential job duties include difficult technical work assisting the manager in the operation and maintenance of a wastewater treatment plant. Plans, schedules, supervises and participates in the work of plant operators and mechanics; maintains chemical and material inventory; oversees regular testing and logging of same; inspects, directs, and enforces operations of the plant. Reqs. appropriate educ. and exper. in wastewater plant operations. Applications available at www.frontroyalva.com. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 2
County Administrator, Bath
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits, including VRS. (pop.4, 652; $26.6 million FY13 bdgt.) Serve as chief executive officer for historic community in the Alleghany Mountains with stable, well-managed govt. County governed by five-member Board of Supervisors, elected for 4-yr. terms. The county government provides a wide range of services and is recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life and strong school system for its residents. Min. requirements include a bachelor's degree (master's preferred) with major work in public admin. or a related field such as business admin., city/county mngmnt., planning, political science or personnel admin. Accreditation as an ICMA Credentialed Manager highly desired. Candidates should also possess appx. 5-8 yrs. exper. as an executive/administrator with exper. in a comparably sized community or organization with a wide range of knowledge and duties in operations and mngmnt. Past exper. should demonstrate high levels of performance in areas that include finance and budget, economic development, grants writing, building local partnerships and maintaining positive lines of communication at all levels. Moving and relocation expenses may be negotiated. County residency req'd within a reasonable time. Submit letter of application, detailed resume with salary history and 5 work-related references to: John A. Anzivino, Senior Vice President, Springsted Incorporated, 1564 E. Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228; Fax 804-726-9752 or e-mail Richmond@springsted.com. Complete community/position profile at www.springsted.com. Deadline: June 2. EOE.
Posted May 2
Utilities Finance Manager, Manassas
SALARY: $76,003-$125,403 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Manages the finances of the Utilities Department (water, sewer and electric), including grants; develops and maintains 5-yr. financial plan; coordinates annual bdgt. preparation; analyzes proposed projects from a financial perspective. Recommends funding alternatives; develops new rate structures for the electric utility and recommends rates to meet special needs (peaking, time of use, risk sharing, etc.); conducts revenue/expense analysis for cost-of-service rate studies; prepares wholesale water rates; develops annual rate adjustments for wholesale water customers. Prepares annual CIP and operating bdgt., monthly Planning Commission reports, federal grant reporting and MLEC communications reporting. Prepares historical trending and financial models; performs cost allocation analysis; monitors budgets and identifies usage trends; recommends adjustments based on changing usage, costs and contracts; supervises dept. employees and serves as EOC representative for utilities. Reqs. bachelor's degree in finance, accounting, economics, management or other relevant field supplemented by 5 yrs. progressively responsible financial management or accounting exper. for public utilities or local govts.; or any equiv. comb. of educ., training and exper. that provides the req'd knowledge, skills and abilities. Complete city application at www.manassascity.org/jobs. Deadline: May 30. EOE.
Posted May 2
Structural Engineer (Community Planning, Housing and Development), Arlington County
SALARY: $48,942-$79,601 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (Career ladder up to $85,134 with satisfactory performance of senior level requirements and certification in two or more plan review specialty areas.) Seeking senior level technical and administrative employee to work under direction of the building official and field services manager. Responsible for reviewing structural construction documents, reports and shop drawings prior to permit issuance, and monitoring projects and reviewing reports from Special Inspection agencies during building construction with regard to compliance with Arlington County Special Inspection program requirements. Projects are complex due to building codes and size, multiple structures, advanced design of installed systems, and advanced construction methods and techniques. Specific duties include: Reviewing development and monitoring construction documents for compliance with the International Building Code and the Virginia Uniform Statewide Building Code; interpreting and enforcing codes, regulations and ordinances; reviewing building plans for multi-family residential, commercial and high-rise structures; performing daily field inspections. Reqs. min. of an associate's degree or completion of a technical school program equiv. to 60 college level semester hrs. in a field related to building construction from an accredited institution, plus 3 yrs. of progressively responsible exper. in architecture or civil/structural engineering related to buildings or fire protection. Additional qualifying exper. may substitute for the educ. requirement on a year-for-year basis. Prefer bachelor's degree in architecture, engineering (structural or civil) or a discipline related to building structure (structural or civil engineering); exper. reading and interpreting plans, specifications, codes, regulations and/or ordinances; exper. with ICC codes in commercial (and/or high rise) building design, construction or plan review; ICC or Virginia state certification as a building inspector and building plans examiner; and/or licensure in Va. as a P.E. with specialty in structural engineering. Must take the Virginia Code Academy Core Training Module, Plan Review Structural, and Plan Review Non-Structural Training modules, and must possess Virginia Building Plans Examiner certification or successfully obtain the certification within one yr. Apply at www.arlingtonva.us/pers. Contact: 703-228-3500 or 703-228-4613 (TTY). Deadline: May 23. EOE.
Posted May 2
Director of Human Resources, Richmond
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Seeking transformational human resources leader who wants to be part of facilitating systemic organizational change within a dynamic and progressive urban municipal govt. with more than 4,000 employees. The department's budget is $3.34 million; 39 positions. Reports directly to the deputy chief administrative officer for finance and administration and is a valued member of the senior leadership team. Serves as key adviser on HR matters to the mayor and council, chief administrative officer, deputy chief administrative officer and dept. directors. Has primary responsibility for ensuring that the city is resourced to effectively meet workforce demands. Must be skilled in organizational development and change management; be out-of-the-box thinker who is proactive and results oriented; possess demonstrated track records for building large, diverse and complex HR organizations. Candidates should view HR as strategic business partners who deliver best-in-class HR services to customers timely and effectively. Submit letter of interest and resume electronically to: Bill Hawkins, email@example.com or mail materials to: The Hawkins Company, 11040 Bollinger Canyon Road, #E-216, San Ramon, CA 94582; 310-348-8800. Materials received by May 31 will receive first consideration. Complete brochure at: www.thehawkinscompany.com. For additional information about the city visit: www.richmondgov.com. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted May 2
City Manager, Manassas Park
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 14,000; $34 million FY12-FY13 general fund bdgt.; 146 FTEs) Serves as city's chief executive for family-oriented community with award-winning schools that is surrounded by the City of Manassas and Prince William County in Northern Virginia. Governing body comprised of seven members elected at large, including the mayor, and a council-appointed vice-mayor. City provides a full range of municipal services with a focus on economic development. Reqs. bachelor's degree in business, public administration, finance or related field (master's degree and ICMA certification preferred); min. 5-7 yrs. of progressively responsible exper. as a city manager, assistant city manager or other executive managerial position in municipal govt. Exper. must demonstrate successful performance in areas that focus on economic development and comprehensive planning, finance and budget, and effective communication at all levels. Residency req'd. Submit cover letter and resume, including salary history and at least 3 professional references in confidence to: Maggie Kain, Director of Human Resources, One Park Center Court, Manassas Park, VA 20111, or to firstname.lastname@example.org, (Fax: 703-335-1405). Employment verifications and reference checks will be completed on final candidates. Deadline: May 31. EOE.
Posted May 1
General Registrar, Prince William County (Electoral Board)
SALARY: Negotiable DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 413,000; 250,000-plus registered voters) Lead and manage the Office of Elections and its 10 employees; manage hundreds of volunteer election officers on Election Days; manage office bdgt. of appx. $2 million. Responsibilities directed by Code of Virginia. Additionally, responsible to the Electoral Board in the conduct of fair and accurate elections. Must maintain impartiality in the discharge of duties. Interacts with other agencies and the general public. Reqs. comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices and the laws that govern voter registration and election administration, and general knowledge of the principles and practices of financial management. Also reqs. educ. and exper. equiv. to a bachelor's degree in public/business administration or a related field; 3-5 yrs. progressively responsible work in a registrar's office to include mngmnt. and budgeting exper.; 2-3 yrs. of exper. at a supervisory level. Relevant exper. in election law/administration, voter registration, as an election officer, or political exper. may be considered toward req'd exper. Prefer exper. with Va. election laws. Must become a registered voter in Prince William County within 30 days. Applications may be filed online at www.pwcgov.org. Select apply and complete the application and questions. To attach cover letter and resume, scroll to the attachment section at the end of application. Address cover letter to the attention of: Cheryl D. Orr, Director of Human Resources, 4380 Ridgewood Center Drive, Woodbridge, VA 22192. Deadline: May 25. EOE.
Posted April 29
Program Coordinator (Transit Grants & Procurement), Charlottesville
SALARY: $42,286-$52,707 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Charlottesville Area Transit provides daily bus service to the greater Charlottesville area. This Program Coordinator serves as a consultant to management on the effectiveness and/or productivity of CAT program operations and administration, working on a wide range of management projects, including budget, fiscal planning, contracting, grants application and compliance, reports and evaluation, and special projects as assigned. Requires: education/experience equivalent to bachelor's degree in a related field, plus three years of related work experience. Apply at www.charlottesville.org/jobs. Deadline: May 31. EOE.
Posted April 29
Library Director, Bedford Public Library System
SALARY: $70,000's (expected range) DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Seeking dynamic team and community leader with ability and exper. to further develop a superb staff and system of 48 employees and 6 library bldgs. with annual bdgt. of appx. $1.7 million. Responsible for all operational matters concerning the system; reports directly to 5-member library board. Reqs. MLS from accredited program with min. 5 yrs. of progressively responsible library managerial exper., staff coordination and leadership skills. Job available July 1. More info at www.bplsonline.org. Submit resume and cover letter to: Chair Search Committee, Bedford Public Library System, 321 N. Bridge St., Bedford, VA 24523. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 29
Inspector I/II (Building Safety and Permits), James City County
SALARY: $34,437-$37,028 or higher DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Serve as technical assistant to the county building official. Inspects plumbing and mechanical systems in residential and/or commercial construction for the public's safety, health and general welfare. Performs field inspections of new and existing structures to ensure compliance with the Va. Uniform Statewide Building Code and applicable county ordinances and regulations. Reqs. knowledge of the codes, principles, techniques and equipment used in plumbing and mechanical systems; ability to recognize deficiencies in work and knowledge of effective corrective measures; ability to maintain effective working relationships with contractors, building owners and the public; ability to enforce codes with firmness, tact and impartiality. Must possess H.S. diploma or equiv., preferably supplemented by courses in building construction technology; min. 3 yrs. exper. in plumbing and mechanical trades; or any equiv. comb. of educ., training and exper. that provides the necessary knowledge, abilities and skills. To apply and view necessary certifications for Inspector I and Inspector II levels go to https://jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 25
Assistant City Manager, Emporia
SALARY: $66,079 hiring rate (+) benefits. Assists the city manager in a variety of assignments related to the planning, direction, control, and evaluation of the operations and programs of the city government. Serves as director of community development and planning, zoning administrator, erosion and sediment control program administrator, stormwater management program administrator, floodplain administrator, and executive director of the Redevelopment and Housing Authority. Provides staff assistance and technical advice to boards and commissions. Oversees community development, planning, zoning, building/fire, property maintenance, and facilities maintenance functions. Prepares grant applications and administers grants. Serves as project manager. Supervises Community Development and Planning department staff. Reqs. bachelor's degree (master's preferred) in public administration, urban planning, political science or related field; possession of or ability to obtain Certified Zoning Administrator, Erosion and Sediment Control Program Administrator, and Stormwater Management Program Administrator designations within 24 mos. of hire; valid driver's license; local govt. exper. Must pass background check. Submit city employment application, cover letter, resume and 3 references to Brian S. Thrower, City Manager, 201 S. Main St., Emporia, VA 23847. City applications at www.ci.emporia.va.us. Deadline: May 20. EOE.
Posted April 22
County Administrator, Washington
SALARY: Negotiable within range of $100,000-$130,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. (pop. 54,827; $123.3 million FY13 bdgt.) Serves as chief executive officer for a county with a history of stable and well-managed government that is governed by a seven-member Board of Supervisors elected for 4-yr. terms. Washington County government provides a wide range of services to a growing regional community and is recognized for its efforts to provide a high quality of life, strong school system and a diverse economy and workforce. Reqs. bachelor's degree or equiv. exper. in business or public admin., city mngmnt., planning, political science, personnel administration or related field; master's degree in a similar academic area encouraged. Desire exper. as an executive / administrator in a comparably sized community or organization with a wide range of knowledge and duties in operations and management. Exper. should demonstrate high levels of performance in areas that include finance and budget, economic development, working with regional partnerships and maintaining positive lines of communication at all levels. County residency req'd within a reasonable time. Submit letter of application, detailed resume with salary history and 5 work-related references to: John A. Anzivino, Senior Vice President, Springsted Inc., 1564 East Parham Road, Richmond, VA 23228; Fax 804-726-9752 or e-mail Richmond@springsted.com. Complete community / position profile at www.springsted.com. Deadline: May 19. EOE.
Posted April 19
Appraiser (Department of Real Estate), Campbell County
SALARY: $29,708-$36,500 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Seeking appraiser who is motivated, organized and customer service oriented. Must have excellent communication, negotiation and interpersonal skills. Responsible for conducting field appraisals of new and existing residential and other real estate property; interviews people familiar with the property; inspects properties; searches public records of sales; analyzes the sales market and other transactions to determine proper value. Also processes building permit changes; takes measurements of buildings; collects data relative to both land and improvements. Reviews all property periodically to reflect changes and to ensure status is current and accurate; assists with interpreting information, policies and procedures regarding real property with the general public and other county departments; conducts interviews with taxpayer's attorneys or authorized representative during official hearing processes regarding assessment changes, techniques and procedures. Also responsible for assisting the Board of Equalization in the hearings of appeals and requests for changes in valuations; assigns value to splits and merges; and takes photographs of residences and prepares photo listing for database. Reqs. 2 yrs. of college or graduation from a business college in a related field and 2 yrs. related exper. Desire a degree in real estate or economics. Ideal candidate must have exper. with CAMA systems and GIS, as well as thorough knowledge of state laws and local ordinances relates to the assessment of real estate. Download applications at www.co.campbell.va.us. Deadline: May 20. EOE.
Posted April 18
Probationary EMT / Firefighter, Winchester
SALARY: $33,945-$54,308 (+) benefits. City is administering a process to establish an eligibility list. More details and apply online at: www.winchesterva.gov. Electronic copies of req'd certifications must be uploaded and attached when making online application. Written / physical ability test administered July 1. Deadline: June 3. EOE.
Posted April 17
Budget Analyst, Fauquier County
SALARY: $54,678 min. to start DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Assists with preparation, monitoring and administration of assigned budgets; assists in constructing, compiling, advertising and publishing the proposed budget and provides recommendations for funding support; provides support staff for the Board of Supervisor's Revenue and Finance Committees; provides technical and analytical assistance including economic reports, spreadsheets, and other documentation as needed; analyzes budget requests and provides recommendations on actions to be taken; monitors and reconciles revenue and expenditures to ensure the budget remains balanced; drafts resolutions, timelines, policies and procedures to be considered by Board of Supervisor's on budget and financial issues; develops, implements, reviews and approves the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and County Asset Replacement Fund; works with County departments and agencies to address questions and concerns related to the daily budgetary transactions; performs related tasks as required. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to a bachelor's degree with major coursework in accounting, finance, public administration or related field; considerable exper. in budget preparation and analysis, financial analysis, and project management; through knowledge of the state laws and local ordinance applicable to budget preparation, approval and administration; through knowledge of the functions and operations of county organizations; ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work, but which may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5-10 pounds). Tasks may involve extended periods of time at a keyboard or work station. Submit Fauquier County online application at https://jobs.fauquiercounty.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 15.
Management Analyst, Fauquier County
SALARY: $54,678 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Identifies and analyzes management issues developing reports, recommendations and implementation of strategies and policies; assists departments in researching, obtaining, writing, implementing and monitoring state, federal and local grants; researches and manages special projects; performs in-depth analysis of organizational issues, practices, policies and procedures; evaluates resources, missions and financial and internal controls; provides assistance to department heads, constitutional officers, and agency officials and their staffs to promote efficient and effective operating objectives; performs related tasks. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to a bachelor's degree with major coursework in public administration, business administration or related field; considerable exper. in financial analysis and project management; exper. with grant submissions and management; comprehensive knowledge of research techniques, methods and procedures and applicable laws/regulations; ability to prepare, interpret and explain complex financial and administrative reports. Submit Fauquier County online application at https://jobs.fauquiercounty.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 15
Maintenance Technician I (Public Works Streets Division), Winchester
SALARY: $26,603-$42,556 (+) benefits. Performs routine work in maintaining and repairing streets, curbs, sidewalks, storm sewers, etc. Other duties include mowing, leaf collection, traffic control, deceased animal disposal and assisting in other areas as needed. Also will monitor the inmate worker program. Must be able to perform manual labor. Reqs. H.S. diploma or GED equiv. and Class B CDL, as well as one year related exper. in construction/maintenance activities. To learn more or apply, visit www.winchesterva.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 15
Site Inspector, Manassas
SALARY: $47,486-$78,332 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Responsible for the review of site and development plans and the daily site inspection of multiple construction projects to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal codes and standards. Reviews civil engineered site and subdivision plans and revisions to determine conformance with local, state, and federal standards, specifications, and regulations and determines if plan is acceptable for approval. Performs inspections of erosion and sediment control and site construction in accordance with applicable codes and policies, issues code violations to contractors if they are not in conformance with state and local laws, codes, standards, and specifications. Reqs. associate's degree in construction engineering, construction mngmnt., or closely-related field; supplemented by 3 yrs. exper. in construction engineering, construction mngmnt, or closely-related field; or an equiv. comb. of educ., training and exper.; valid driver's license. Must possess and maintain the following certifications from the appropriate authority: Plan Reviewer, Va. DCR, soils and aggregate, Asphalt Field, American Concrete Institute, and NET Nuclear Density. May be req'd to obtain additional certification(s). To apply, complete city application at: http://www.manassascity.org/jobs. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 10
Engineering/GIS Technician, Augusta County Service Authority
SALARY: $32,533-$36,500 start range DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Provides direct support to the engineering/GIS projects manager in the development and maintenance of the Geographic Information System and with various engineering and service related matters. View complete job description and apply at www.acsawater.com or pick up application at the service authority's Administration and Engineering office located at 18 Government Center Lane in Verona. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 9
Senior Accountant (Finance Department), Albemarle County
SALARY: $41,138-$49,366 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Performs difficult professional work in the maintenance and preparation of complex financial records under general supervision of the chief accountant. Supervision exercised over subordinate accounting personnel in the absence of the chief accountant. Assists in preparation of information needed for annual financial report. Manages the cash, bank and investment accounts; reconciles above accounts; assists in supervising the maintenance of the accounting systems; assists external auditors and prepares req'd reports; reviews current accounting procedures and recommends needed improvements; researches and provides financial data on request; posts daily receipts onto the accounting system; prepares documentation for monthly, quarterly and annual reports to state agencies; maintains the internal service functions accounting; distributes internal charges to correct departments through complex spreadsheets and analysis; wires funds in and out of numerous bank accounts; prepares and processes manual checks; prepares numerous journal entries; schedules and coordinates monthly financial transaction processing and periodic financial reporting; ensures check files are downloaded and properly maintained; performs internal auditing as needed or requested. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to graduation from an accredited 2-yr. college with major work in bookkeeping and accounting, and extensive exper. involving the maintenance of complex financial or statistical records, including some exper. in a supervisory capacity. Prefer exper. in data processing. Apply online at www.albemarle.org/jobs. County of Albemarle, 401 McIntire Road, Charlottesville, VA 22902; (434) 296-5827. EOE.
Posted April 8
Deputy Director of Public Works, Lynchburg
SALARY: Negotiable. Seeking energetic, engaged, customer-focused person to assists director of public works in leading a department comprised of 160 employees in providing efficient an effective services. The department provides the following services: Buildings and Grounds Maintenance, Streets and Traffic Maintenance, Refuse Collection and Engineering Services. To learn more, check out the position and community profile at http://bit.ly/10Y4rd7. Apply at www.lynchburgva.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 8
Certified Police Officer (FT and PT), Louisa
SALARY: DOQ/DOE. Provide law enforcement services for the town. Must possess valid Va. DCJS law enforcement certification; successfully pass rigorous background investigation, polygraph exam, psychological exam and physical exam. Must be at least 21 and possess H.S. diploma or GED (college preferred). Reqs. unblemished record and character, U.S. citizenship, valid Va. driver's license and commitment to professionalism and excellence. Send completed job application and resume to: Chief Jessie L. Shupe, Town of Louisa Police Dept., P.O. Box 531, Louisa, VA 23093. Complete job description and application at: www.police.louisatown.org. Applications kept on file for 1 yr. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 4
Director of Information Technology, Suffolk
SALARY: $89,313-$151,787 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Under limited supervision, performs supervisory and professional-level work, providing leadership for the Information Technology Department. Develops and administers programs and systems to support and promote high performance strategies to meet organizational needs, vision and values. This role includes aligning technology vision with business strategy by integrating business processes with the appropriate technologies. Has overall responsibility for planning, deployment and ongoing management of technology infrastructure; maintains knowledge and expertise in technical and business competencies; ensures timely and effective project and operational execution; conducts effective collaboration; delivers an accurate, comprehensive overview of the business essential functions. Reports to the city manager. Must become Suffolk resident within 1 yr. Reqs. bachelor's degree in computer science, IT, management information systems, business administration or closely-related area and at least 10 yrs. of progressively responsible IT and business/industry work exper. to include: architecture design and deployment, systems lifecycle management and infrastructure planning and operations, with 5-7 yrs. of leadership exper. in managing multiple, large cross-functional teams or projects, and influencing senior level management and key stakeholders. ITIL certification preferred. Must have valid driver's license. Apply at www.suffolkva.us. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted April 2
Database Administrator, Suffolk
Posted April 2
Business Counselor (Wythe and Bland Counties), Southwest Regional Enterprise Center
SALARY: DOQ/DOE. Position is funded annually. Manage and direct day-to-day operation of a local center for citizens and businesses of the two counties. Apply sound business management principles, practices and techniques to assist existing and new small businesses; recruit clients within the counties who are either in business or interested in starting up a business and will assist each with development of a comprehensive business plan. Reports to the SREC Board of Directors and/or the board chairman. Reqs. bachelors degree or equiv. business exper.; min. 2 yrs. exper. owning or operating small businesses; familiarity with state and local business reqs., including taxes, insurance, business organization, SCC requirements, basic accounting principles; competency in use of IT and related software; demonstrated ability to communicate with diverse groups; strong research and technical writing skills; knowledge of funding sources, business ethics and financial regulations. Must possess or obtain certification as a "business analyst" from the Va. Small Business Development Center Network. Send a required completed state of Va. application and resume to: SREC Executive Director, Crossroads Institute, 1117 E. Stuart Drive, Galax, VA 24333. Review of applications begins April 19. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted March 27
Water/Wastewater Treatment Plant Operator I (Public Services Department), Winchester
SALARY: $27,934-$44,678 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Operates water or wastewater treatment facilities under immediate supervision; performs related work as req'd. Oversees proper functioning of pumps, motors, instrumentation, filters, chemical feeders. Maintains operational parameters as specified by facility manager or shift leader. Checks equipment and records data. Collects samples from designated points. Performs routine physical and chemical analyses, records results, or takes samples to lab for more extensive analyses. Makes adjustments to operating equipment and notifies superiors of need for repair work. Keeps chemical feeders stocked. Performs general housekeeping duties. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to a H.S. diploma or GED and 6 mos. of related exper. and/or training; valid and appropriate driver's license and ability to obtain a valid CDL with 6 mos. Possession (or ability to obtain within 18 mos.) a valid Class III Operators Certificate from the Virginia Board of Certification of Water and Wastewater Works. Learn more and apply at www.winchesterva.gov. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted March 27
Senior Planner / GIS Analyst, Ashland
SALARY: $48,356-$64,483 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Coordinate the development review process; prepare, analyze and present cases to the Planning Commission; conduct special planning studies, including updating the Comprehensive Plan; and coordinate computerized land record management systems. Must be multi-task oriented, effectively meet project deadlines, and work in team atmosphere. Reqs. demonstrated ability to read and interpret codes, site plans and subdivision plats. Reqs. any comb. of educ. and exper. equiv. to a bachelor's degree in planning or related field and 4 yrs. of progressively responsible exper. in development review and GIS. Town of Ashland application must be submitted. Applications and full job description at www.town.ashland.va.us or at town municipal building, 101 Thompson St. Contact: Ashland Planning Department -- 804-798-1073. Open until filled. EOE.
Posted March 26
Associate Public Education Attorney, Virginia Beach
SALARY: $77,508-$85,000 DOQ/DOE (+) benefits. Handle matters involving human resources, special education, student records, student rights and discipline, contract review and administrative hearings. Reqs. exper. with one or more of the following: administrative and judicial hearings; juvenile and domestic relations or general district court matters; or administrative law matters such as FOIA, COIA and procurement. Public educ. law exper. strongly preferred. Must be active members in good standing of the Virginia State Bar. Submit city application, resume, writing sample and law school transcripts at www.vbgov.com. EOE.
Posted March 26