GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES:
This position serves as the chief administrative officer (CAO) and chief executive officer (CEO) of the Town of Onley. Emphasis of the work is on applying professional expertise and administering the day-to-day management of the Town with policies established by the Town Council and the Town Charter, and in accordance with various Town, State, and federal laws, regulations, and guidelines. This position works for the Town Council. All employees of the town, except those appointed by the town council, pursuant to the town of Onley charter or the general laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, shall be appointed and may be removed by the town manager, who shall report each appointment or removal to the town council at the next meeting there of following any such appointment or removal.
Competitive salary based on experience and education at discretion of Town Council. We offer an attractive benefits package. Exercises supervision over all employees. Generally scheduled hours worked to be 8AM-5PM, Monday-Friday. Evening meetings required as needed.
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE JOB
The Town Manager is expected to exercise a considerable degree of independence, initiative, and judgment. This position as the Town’s CEO has the overall responsibility for all Town departments. The Town Manager provides guidance and direction with visionary and innovative leadership, supervision, and management of employees. Major responsibilities include directing the development and administration of the Town budget and capital programs, overseeing development, planning, and implementation of the strategic plan, setting goals and objectives to meet the operational needs of the Town. This classification and employee are defined as an “at-will” position. Work is performed under the guidance of the Town Council and is subject to evaluation based on results achieved.
1. The town manager shall be responsible to the town council for the proper administration of the town government.
2. Attends all meetings of the town council, with the right to speak but not to vote
3. Keeps the town council advised of the financial condition and the future needs of the town and of all matters pertaining to its proper administration and make such recommendations as may seem to him/her desirable
4. Prepares and submits the annual budget of the town and be responsible f