County Employment

JULY 2016

JUNE 2016

ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES SITE ATTENDANT
Fauquier County

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Environmental Services Site Attendant

Immediate openings!

Make a difference in your community!

Earn extra money!

Work outdoors and make a positive impact on the environment!

Family-friendly work schedule!

Starting hourly rate: $10.57 – $12.50

APPLY TODAY!

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/TYPICAL TASKS:

– Operating various equipment within facility; screening waste entering site; maintaining site appearance; assisting the public.

– Performs laborer and grounds maintenance duties, including sweeping, cleaning, sorting and stacking of materials, unloading materials.

– Maintains the appearance of the collection site; performs general custodial and grounds keeping duties.

– Runs convenience center equipment, including compactors and steam cleaners.

– Operates general office equipment.

– Manages traffic flow through facility.

– Assists public with unloading of material; answers questions about recycling; provides informational pamphlets.

– Collects litter from roadways.

– Performs related tasks as required.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

General knowledge of dumping regulations; some knowledge of a variety of maintenance and manual tasks involved in operation of a collection site; ability to follow instructions both verbally and written; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public.

EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, & REQUIREMENTS:

Any combination of education and experience up to completion of high school. Possession of a driver’s license valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

For more information & to submit your application please visit https://eportal.fauquiercounty.gov

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED June 29)

 

SR. FACILITIES PROJECT MANAGER
Loudoun County

Loudoun

SR. FACILITIES PROJECT MANAGER

The Loudoun County Department of General Services is currently seeking qualified applicants for our Sr. Facilities Project Manager in the Facilities Support Division.

The successful candidate will plan, organize and manage complex construction and maintenance programs and projects to include major facilities maintenance, roofing, repair and renovations. Will execute assigned projects, manage development of building assessments, develop pre-designed programs and professional services and construction contract scopes of work, establish maintenance and repair programs for other facilities to ensure safe and effective use and to enhance the longevity of the facility, ensure work is executed in accordance with approval plans and specifications, and inspect construction sites and hold progress meetings with contractors.

Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, architecture, or related field with 3 years of directly related experience. Professional Engineer or Registered Architect certification desirable. Valid appropriate driver’s license. Must be able to inspect existing facilities and active construction projects; will be exposed to inclement weather while in field; will be exposed to hazardous conditions associated with construction sites and activities. Must be available for duty beyond normal workday; must be available 24/7 when required to respond to County emergencies.

Successful candidate will undergo criminal background check to include fingerprinting and DMV record check. Hiring Range: $51,860-$75,675. Recruitment #16-S333T-1210.

Closes: July 8, 2016.

Visit our on-line employment center at www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply.

EOE

(POSTED June 28)

 

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN
Frederick County

Frederick

Maintenance Technician
Winchester Regional Airport

Major responsibilities include:

•Performs semi-skilled work in the maintenance and repair of all airport equipment and facilities including grounds, airfield lighting and buildings;
•Maintenance and upkeep of grounds; mowing, weeding, pruning of trees and shrubs, etc.;
•Operates motorized equipment ranging from light lawn and garden equipment to snow removal equipment and tractors; Ability to clear snow from runway, taxiway, aprons, driveways, parking lots and sidewalks;
•Conducts routine inspections, upkeep and service of all airfield lighting;
•Conducts routine inspections of airport equipment, buildings and grounds, airport vehicles and to handle upkeep repair or scheduling of maintenance repair as necessary in an efficient and timely manner;
•Performs general and preventative maintenance on all airport motorized equipment;
•General maintenance, upkeep and repair to airport buildings including but not limited to minor plumbing, electrical, carpentry, mechanical tasks, etc.;
•Maintains and updates service records, equipment manuals and related files, etc.
•Know and understand all emergency procedures and plans that are policy for the Airport;
•Assists in Airport emergencies;
•Perform basic duties of co-workers during absences and/or provide on call service for flight line service as needed.

Some requirements include:

•Ability to operate or learn to operate all Airport equipment;
•Familiarity with the hazards and safety precautions applicable to work and vehicle operations in the vicinity of airport runways, taxiways, ramps and aprons;
•Good mechanical aptitude preferred;
•Ability to secure a Class B CDL driver’s license;
•Ability to work flexible shifts including nights, holiday hours, weekend and overtime as needed or directed;
•Must be able to report to work during adverse weather conditions.

Miscellaneous position information:

•Must possess a valid driver’s license; be insurable and pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment;
•Must pass NATA Safety 1st Professional Line Serve Training Course as a condition of permanent employment;
•General County Application with resume required; position open until filled;
•Salary Range: $32,300-$51,700, dependent on experience and qualifications.

County benefits include:

•Health and Dental Insurance
•Paid Life Insurance
•Virginia Retirement System
•Paid Time Off
•Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

 

General County Applications/Resumes may be submitted at: http://www.co.frederick.va.us/; faxed to 540.665.5669; or mailed/delivered to the HR Department at:
County of Frederick, VA Government
Human Resources Department
107 N. Kent St., 2nd Floor
Winchester, VA, 22601

 Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED June 27)

 

FLIGHT LINE TECHNICIAN
Frederick County

Frederick

Flight Line Technician
Winchester Regional Airport

Major responsibilities include:

•Provides qualified flight line services to the public to include marshaling all aircraft, greet customers, provide services on demand, fueling aircraft, towing aircraft into and out of hangars, and conducting proper send off;
•Operates and performs daily safety inspections and upkeep of the fuel farm facility, aircraft refuelers, airport vehicles, airport equipment using prepared forms;
•Performs daily inspections and upkeep of airport grounds, airfield lighting, outside aircraft, buildings and tie downs using prepared forms;
•Must operate credit card terminal and computer system to enter sales information as required
•Performs regular security patrols on airport grounds;
•Operates UNICOM radio to provide airport information to pilots of arriving and departing aircraft
•Assists in snow removal operations to include shoveling walkways at terminal and other airport buildings;
•Ability to cover co-workers’ basic duties during absences;
•Must pass NATA Safety 1st Line Service Training Course as a condition of employment.

Some requirements include:

•Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school;
•Prior experience not required;
•Ability to work independently with minimum supervision and follow oral and written instructions;
•Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and to deal professionally, courteously and effectively with the general public. Must possess professional telephone etiquette;
•Must be able to operate basic computer programs;
•Must be able to operate aircraft refuelers, aircraft tugs and maintenance equipment without the aid of special devices.

Miscellaneous position information:

•Must possess a valid driver’s license; be insurable and pass a criminal background check as a condition of employment;
•General County Application with resume required; position open until filled;
•Salary Range: $32,300-$51,700, dependent on experience and qualifications.

 County benefits include:

•Health and Dental Insurance
•Paid Life Insurance
•Virginia Retirement System
•Paid Time Off
•Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

 

General County Applications/Resumes may be submitted at: http://www.co.frederick.va.us/; faxed to 540.665.5669; or mailed/delivered to the HR Department at:
County of Frederick, VA Government
Human Resources Department
107 N. Kent St., 2nd Floor
Winchester, VA, 22601

 Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED June 27)

 

DIRECTOR OF INTERNAL AUDIT
Hanover County

Hanover

Director of Internal Audit

Hanover County, a vibrant and progressive community, presents a unique opportunity to lead the administration of financial, compliance and performance audits of County, School Board, Regional Library and Regional Jail activities. In addition, the successful candidate will review internal controls, communicate audit findings, report recommendations and ensure follow-up on corrective action plans. The Director works closely with County officials, Department Heads and employees to ensure the compliance with the County’s Audit Policy.

Bachelor’s degree with concentration in accounting, management, economics, finance, business administration or related field required with a minimum of eight (8) years’ experience and a minimum of three (3) years of lead or supervisory experience. Certified Public Accountant and/or Certified Internal Auditor preferred.

Salary range $101,407 – $136,901 plus excellent benefits.

For more information or to apply for this position, please visit our career site at: www.hanovercountyjobs.com

804.365.6075, (TDD# 365.6140)

EOE/MFDV

(POSTED June 24)

 

CIVIL ENGINEER I
City of Roanoke

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Civil Engineer I

When it rains, the water has to go somewhere, but for many people, just where it all goes is “out of sight and out of mind.” In Roanoke, our stormdrain system discharges all of the stormwater it collects to the Roanoke River or one of its thirteen tributaries, such as Peters Creek, Ore Branch, or Lick Run. From there it flows to Smith Mountain Lake, across the North Carolina border and eventually to Albemarle Sound.

As a City known for its outdoor activities and amenities, Roanoke recently created a Stormwater Utility to protect the health of the Roanoke River and its tributaries. To that end, Roanoke’s Stormwater Utility focuses upon capital stormwater construction projects, water quality initiatives and education, and maintenance of stormwater infrastructure.

Roanoke, Virginia is a unique locality with amenities that you’d expect from a dynamic urban center, without losing the charming feeling of a smaller place. Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the City of Roanoke is one of the area’s largest employers offering competitive health and dental benefits, life insurance, and retirement pension plans. Employees may also choose to participate in optional benefits including a deferred compensation plan and flexible spending account through payroll deduction.

Position: Civil Engineer I

Department: Stormwater Utility

Salary: $47,985.60 – $76,777.22 DOQ

Position Description:

  •Performs work in the planning, scheduling, survey, design construction, inspection and maintenance of a variety of stormwater projects.
•Provide engineering services for stormwater contract management and stormwater construction projects.
•Prepares designs, plans, specifications and cost estimates for assigned projects in areas of professional land survey, design, drafting, erosion and sediment control and stormwater management design.
•Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university recognized by the Commonwealth of Virginia Registration board for Architects and Engineers with a major in civil engineering or related field;
•One year professional experience and/or training in engineering work and project management preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.
•Recognition as an Engineer-in-training in the Commonwealth of Virginia preferred.
•Recognition as an Envision Sustainability Professional (ENV SP) through the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure is preferred.

Application Instructions:

Interested candidates should apply online at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/roanoke

(POSTED June 24)

 

CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
Botetourt County

Botetourt

Code Enforcement Officer

Position Range $32,772 – $51,244; Starting salary will be based on qualifications

Botetourt County (pronounced Bot-ah-tot), is one of Virginia’s most scenic and historically significant County. Nestled just north of Roanoke, Virginia, Botetourt County offers American history blended with nature and modern attractions.  When it was first established, the County extended all the way to the Mississippi River, covering parts of seven present-day states. Botetourt offers a slice of Americana, with charming small towns, traditions, and southern hospitality of life in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Botetourt County is recruiting for the position of Code Enforcement Officer to join our Department of Community Development.  This is a newly created, full-time position with an excellent benefits package, including state retirement.

Recently, Botetourt has been involved in a host of projects and exciting announcements which are furthering the Botetourt 2040 vision to “Honor our History, Enjoy the Present and Shape the Future.”  The reconstruction of Interstate 81’s Exit 150 Access Management Project and the announced locations of a new auto parts manufacturing facility, a major craft brewery, and the Virginia Community College Shared Services Center all continue to facilitate the need for managing day-to-day zoning activities as well as sound comprehensive and long-range planning.

The selected candidate will have responsibility for performing varied professional assignments in the field of zoning and code enforcement.  Success in this position requires the ability to effectively interact with a diverse community, apply complex code requirements to varied situations, navigate conflict and seeks positive solutions. An ideal candidate would be articulate, resourceful, patient and detail oriented.

Areas of Focus:

•Zoning Complaints
•Site Plans
•Assist with the zoning ordinance amendment updates

Areas of Responsibility:

•Provides technical assistance and information to the public in the administration of the zoning ordinance
•Coordinates efforts with other departments and agencies
•Investigates violations of zoning regulations and ordinances, including site visits
•Prepares violations, notices and other related correspondence
•Develops and maintains automated tracking systems, hard copy files, and records
•Provides assistance to the County Attorney related to the prosecution of code enforcement cases
•Attend Board of Zoning Appeals, County Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors meetings

Education and Experience:

•High School graduate and two (2) years experience in planning, zoning, code enforcement, land use regulations, including considerable public contact, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform job duties
•VAZO CZO or equivalent certification preferred

Go to www.botetourtva.gov for application, complete job description and benefits summary.

Preference will be given to applications received by close of business, July 8, 2016.

Application, cover letter, and resume can be submitted to:

Botetourt County Human Resources
5 West Main St, Suite 200
Fincastle, VA 24090
or e-mail to jobs@botetourtva.gov
(Reference Code Enforcement in the subject line)

A completed application form is required to be considered for the position.

Botetourt County offices are located in Fincastle, an easy 30 minute commute from downtown Roanoke.

Position will remain open until filled.

Botetourt County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED June 24)

 

PLANNER
Botetourt County

Botetourt

Planner

Starting Salary: $39,446 – $47,500 Depending on Qualifications

Botetourt County (pronounced Bot-ah-tot), is one of Virginia’s most scenic and historically significant County. Nestled just north of Roanoke, Virginia, Botetourt County offers American history blended with nature and modern attractions.  When it was first established, the County extended all the way to the Mississippi River, covering parts of seven present-day states. Botetourt offers a slice of Americana, with charming small towns, traditions, and southern hospitality of life in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Botetourt County is recruiting for the position of Planner to join our Department of Community Development.  This is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package, including state retirement.

Recently, Botetourt has been involved in a host of projects and exciting announcements which are furthering the Botetourt 2040 vision to “Honor our History, Enjoy the Present and Shape the Future.”  The redesign of Interstate 81’s Exit 150 Access Management Project, a new auto parts manufacturing facility, a major east coast craft brewery expansion, and the Virginia Community College Shared Services Center location all continue to facilitate the need for sound comprehensive and long-range planning. The Community Development Division of Planning and Zoning is working to incorporate area planning and the assessment of housing needs in the first of several updates to the Comprehensive Plan scheduled between this fall and 2017.

The selected candidate will have responsibility for performing varied professional assignments in the field of planning.

Areas of Focus:

•Future Land Use
•Current and Long Range Plans
•Land use applications
•Assist with the Comprehensive Plan update

Areas of Responsibility:

•Assists with development of studies, projects, analyses, plans, ordinances and recommendations concerning the short and long range development of the County
•Conducts extensive research in specific or general project areas
•Writes and presents formal and technical reports and correspondence
•Identifies community problems, issues and opportunities
•Evaluates adequacy of community facilities in meeting current and projected needs
•Recommends priorities, schedules and funding sources to implement public improvements plan
•Interprets and applies applicable state and county codes, ordinances and regulations.
•Attend Board of Zoning Appeals, County Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors meetings

Education and Experience:

•Bachelor’s degree in urban and/or regional planning or a closely related field; Master’s degree preferred
•One (1) year professional planning work experience in municipal or county government; three (3) to five (5) years’ experience preferred, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform job duties
•AICP Certification preferred

Go to www.botetourtva.gov for application, complete job description and benefits summary.

Preference will be given to applications received by close of business, Friday, July 8, 2016.

Application, cover letter, and resume can be submitted to:

Botetourt County Human Resources
5 West Main St, Suite 200, Fincastle, VA 24090
or e-mail to jobs@botetourtva.gov
(Reference Planner in the subject line)

A completed application form is required to be considered for the position.

Botetourt County offices are located in Fincastle, an easy 30 minute commute from downtown Roanoke.

Position will remain open until filled.

Botetourt County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED June 24)

 

PUBLIC WORKS ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
City of Buena Vista

CityOfBuenaVista

Public Works Administrative Assistant

Good Job. Great Benefits. Amazing Team.

The City of Buena Vista is seeking candidates for the full-time position of Administrative Assistant in the Public Works Department. This is a front line position in the Public Works Department. This position serves as a key source of information to the public, interfacing with residents and internal customers frequently. It requires a high level of social skills and emotional intelligence. We are looking for an organized and assertive individual who can deliver outstanding customer service. Candidates should be able to multitask and quickly shift focus and priorities on a daily basis.

Associate’s degree is preferred, Municipal experience is a plus, but not necessary. The starting pay DOE

If this position sounds like the right one for you, submit a resume, cover letter and a City of Buena Vista employment application to Ed Cahill, Director of Public Works. Materials will be accepted via email at water@bvcity.org; postal mail to 2735 Alleghany Ave., Buena Vista, VA 24416

Full job description and employment application are available at: www.Buenavista.org

FLSA/ EOE

(POSTED June 24)

 

EMERGENCY SERVICES COORDINATOR
Surry County

Surry

Emergency Services Coordinator

The successful candidate will assist the County Administrator with the implementation of current County policy, make recommendations concerning development of new policies related to the provision of Emergency Services.  The preferred candidate will coordinate County Emergency Preparedness and response activities, serves as the County’s liaison with the volunteer fire and rescue agencies, represents the County on various regional committees, coordinates grant applications and assists the various County Emergency Services agencies with training.

The candidate should have any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in emergency management, public administration or related field and considerable professional experience in emergency management.  The successful candidate must pass a criminal background check and submit a current DMV record.

Interested candidates should submit a Surry County application and resume to the
County Administrator’s Office
Attention:  Mr. Tyrone W. Franklin, County Administrator
P. O. Box 65
45 School Street
Surry, Virginia  23883
or from the County’s Web site www.surrycountyva.gov.

 

Deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. July 15, 2016.

Surry County Is An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

(POSTED June 22)

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PRETRIAL OFFICER(LIMITED-TERM)
James City County

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Domestic Violence Pretrial Officer (Limited-Term)

$17.06/hour or higher DOQ+ Part-Time benefits; 20 hours/week; limited-term position

Are you interested in making a positive impact in the community? Colonial Community Corrections is seeking a responsible individual to provide specialized supervision of defendants accused of crimes relating to domestic violence.

Responsibilities:

• Coordinate with defendant to ensure understanding of compliance with conditions of release and notification of pertinent appointments and procedures.
• Develop appropriate release plans based on assessed risk of the defendant and danger to the victim.
• Notifying courts of facts concerning noncompliance and recommending modifications to release conditions.
• Sitting on high risk task force team and fatality review team meetings as appropriate.

Requirements:

• Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Human Services, or closely related field and, some experience in adult probation, criminal justice, or related field.
• Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria.
• Considerable knowledge of the Criminal Justice System.


Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 22)

 

PAYROLL AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR
Surry County

Surry

Payroll and Benefits Administrator

Surry County is seeking a full-time Payroll and Benefits Administrator.  Work is performed under the supervision of the Director of Finance and IT and includes, but is not limited to, the following tasks.  Most work is performed using the Bright & Associates Municipal Software. Reconciles semi-monthly payroll for all County employees, including all deduction checks, leave balances, and the submission of direct deposits; accurately completes required monthly reports and tax remittances; reconciles and processes annual W2s and transmits information to the Social Security Administration; processes annual Affordable Care Act documents for submission to the Internal Revenue Service; serves as County Records Manager.

The preferred candidate should have two years of college coursework with a concentration in Business, Marketing and/or Human Resource Management or or an equivalent combination of knowledge, skills, and abilities.  Applicant must hold a valid appropriate Virginia driver’s license.  Hiring range $39,240- $43,000.

Applications can be picked in the County Administrator’s Office during regular business hours at Surry County Government Center
45 School Street
Surry, Virginia 23883
or found on the County’s website  http://surrycountyva.gov/page/employment/

Interested persons are encouraged to submit a county job application and résumé not later than 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 6, 2016 to the
County Administrator
P. O. Box 65
Surry, Virginia 23883

Open until filled

SURRY COUNTY IS AN EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

(POSTED June 22)

 

ANIMAL CONTROL OFFICER
James City County

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Animal Control Officer

$14,269/year + Part-Time Benefits.  20 hours/week; Must be available to work standby hours (weekends, holidays, nights are rotated); James City County Police Department seeks an individual to perform responsible animal control work enforcing local city, county, and state animal protection and control laws and regulations.

Animal Control Officers are appointed to serve by the James City County Board of Supervisors. Responsibilities: Capture, impound, or relocate domestic and wild animals. Respond to citizen inquiries, investigate all animal complaints, verify licenses and issue warnings and summons. Patrol for dog leash violations. Investigate damage claims caused by dogs to livestock and fowl, and dog and cat bite reports.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma; and, some experience working with animals. Must be a citizen of the United States and be at least 21 years of age at completion of Animal Control Academy. Must meet all minimum qualifications per Virginia Code 15.2-1705.  Must possess or be able to obtain within 30 days of employment a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on James City County’s criteria.

Accepting applications until position is filled or, 11:59 pm EST 09/17/2016 whichever comes first.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 20)

 

DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Chesterfield County

Chesterfield

DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR FOR MANAGEMENT SERVICES

 Chesterfield County, Virginia (Richmond-Metro Area) is seeking a dynamic, innovative and experienced individual to lead the county’s Management Services division which includes:  Information Systems Technology, Accounting, Real Estate Assessments, License Inspection, Risk Management, Purchasing, Internal Audit and General Services. Additionally, the incumbent will coordinate the working relationship between the county and the five constitutional officers (Treasurer, Commissioner of Revenue, Sheriff, Circuit Court Clerk and the Registrar).

The Deputy County Administrator will:

• possess extensive a strong governmental financial background
• have extensive knowledge and experience in executive leadership in a comparably sized organization
• demonstrate performance in working with staff to build consensus
• possess excellent leadership and communication skills
• develop a good working relationship with Board of Supervisors, county leadership, regional leaders, community groups and citizens
• recruit, motivate and retain a high performing and diverse staff committed to teambuilding, quality improvement and excellence in customer service.

Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, planning or related field, (master’s degree preferred) and a minimum of ten years of executive level experience in a comparably sized or larger organization.  Public sector management preferred.

For more detailed information, please review the Position Recruitment Profile.

Pre-employment drug testing and an extensive background investigation including an FBI criminal check required.

This recruitment will remain open until July 15, 2016.

Interested applicants should submit a confidential resume with cover letter and salary requirements to:

Mary Martin Selby, Director of HR Services
Chesterfield County Human Resource Management
P.O. Box 40
Chesterfield, VA 23832
804.748.1551
Email:
executivesearch@chesterfield.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Workforce Diversity

(POSTED June 20)

 

SENIOR PLANNER (May be filled as a Planner)
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Senior Planner
(May be filled as a Planner)
Community Development Department

Full-Time, 12 Months
Non-Exempt, Pay Grade 17, VRS-Eligible, Benefits-Eligible

 The Senior Planner performs professional, independent, and collaborative work in the development of analysis and recommendations for a variety of assignments.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Comfortable with completing a variety of tasks with multiple, competing deadlines
• Demonstrated experience in complete complex review of site and architectural proposals
• Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written form
• Is an effective communicator at all levels with demonstrated effective technical writing, oral communication, and research skills
• Is committed to contributing and collaborating in a positive way as part of a team
• Demonstrated experience in the review of architectural plans
• Field work is encouraged and expected in this position
• Must be available for occasional work outside of regular business hours

THE DEPARTMENT – DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The Department of Community Development (CDD) mission is to create a vision for the future of Albemarle County through a proactive community planning effort that involves all stakeholders in a consensus building process and ensures that all new development reflects the community’s vision. Community Development strives to achieve a future community of quality development, protected natural resources, vital business activity, and livable, walkable neighborhoods.

EXPECTATIONS

Essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Reviews subdivision plats and site plans for compliance with subdivision and zoning ordinance/regulations;
• May review architectural plans for compliance with adopted guidelines;
• Reviews and prepares recommendations for special use permits and, if assigned, rezonings for compliance with the Comprehensive Plan and zoning ordinance/regulations;
• Responds to inquiries from the public regarding planning activities.
• Presents items to elected or appointed Boards and Commissions;
• May assist in the preparation of grant applications for planning and community development program funds;
• Performs independent analysis and recommendations for physical, economic and capital projects as part of the implementation of the Comprehensive Plan for the County;
• Other duties may be as assigned as needed due to workload.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university, supplemented by a master’s degree in urban and/or regional planning or architecture/landscape architecture, and a minimum of two years of experience in professional planning work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid appropriate driver’s permit issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

Thorough knowledge of the philosophies, principles, practices and techniques of urban and rural planning as they pertain to the design and development of urban and rural areas, planning research, zoning and community redevelopment activities and protection of aesthetic resources; general knowledge of the techniques required in the preparation of maps, charts, sketches and complex graphics; general knowledge of research methodology and of standard statistical procedures; general knowledge of the principles and practices of grant preparation and administration; ability to coordinate the review of complex projects and ability to present the results effectively in oral, written and graphic form; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, subordinates, County officials, representatives of other agencies and members of the general public.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:

Typically involves walking/standing in office environment to meet public, show displays, work with other departments and retrieve files. Also involves light lifting and other physical activities including use of computers and motor vehicle operation (approximately once every one or two weeks). Field reviews may involve walking in fairly rugged terrain. Field work requires spatial interpretation, judging heights, distances, slopes and the like. Frequent and regular contacts made at all levels of county staff and the general public, possibly requiring use of different types of approaches to influence outcome. Communication is generally cooperative, but sometimes characterized by debate requiring diplomacy, persuasion and tact. Conflict resolution responsibilities increase as job classification increases. This position may be required to attend meetings or participate in work-related activities outside of normal working hours in various community locations.

HIRING SALARY RANGE (Sr. Planner): $51,317 – $61,580/Yearly, depending on qualifications, experience, and internal equity. Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

Hiring Salary Range for Planner: $44,578 – $53,494/Yearly, depending on qualifications, experience, and internal equity. 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Open Until Filled (this posting will remain open for a minimum of 10 days)

To review the Planner Job Description and for other additional information visit the Albemarle County Human Resources page at http://www.albemarle.org/hr.

EEO/EOE

(POSTED June 20)

 

CIVIL ENGINEER II (may be filled as CE I)
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Civil Engineer II
May be filled as a Civil Engineer I
Community Development Department – Engineering Division

 

Full-Time, 12 Months
Non-Exempt, Pay Grade 18, VRS-Eligible, Benefits-Eligible
(Civil Engineer I is a Pay Grade 17)

The Civil Engineer II performs professional engineering, technical, and administrative work related to the planning, design and inspection of land development and public improvement projects; assures compliance with the County ordinances and State regulations; and does related work as required. Supervision is exercised over subordinate departmental personnel.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Is engaging, approachable, motivated and respectful;
• Demonstrates exceptional emotional intelligence with excellent communication skills
• Demonstrates fairness in all business matters, which may involve conflicts of interest, which requires tact and diplomacy;
• Can make consistent judgments or interpretations while remaining dedicated to preserving County policies and procedures (someone honest and ethical); and
• Dedication to public service and appreciates the role of local government through proactive community planning.

THE DEPARTMENT – DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

The Department of Community Development (CDD) mission is to create a vision for the future of Albemarle County through a proactive community planning effort that involves all stakeholders in a consensus building process and ensures that all new development reflects the community’s vision. Community Development strives to achieve a future community of quality development, protected natural resources, vital business activity, and livable, walkable neighborhoods.

EXPECTATIONS

Essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Reviews applications and development plans for compliance with the zoning, subdivision, and water resources protection (ESC and SWM) ordinances, and the department policies (includes subdivisions, site development, & other development matters);
• Manages and/or participates in the inspection and acceptance of streets, drainage, stormwater management, and related improvements;
• Provides service to County offices, development community, and the general public in regard to engineering matters;
• Supervises subordinates in a variety of engineering responsibilities;
• Assists in the formulation of strategic plans and long-range programs;
• Participates in the preparation of operations and capital improvement budgets; and
• Performs related intake and support tasks as required.

 QUALIFICATIONS

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major work in civil engineering, and/or registration as an engineer intern or professional engineer, and at least three years’ experience in professional engineering work. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Eligible for registration as a Professional Engineer and certified DEQ Combined Plan Reviewer within one (1) year.

Thorough knowledge of the theory, principles and practices of civil engineering related to erosion and sediment control, stormwater management, and other areas assigned; thorough knowledge of modern methods and techniques as applied to the design, construction and maintenance of public improvements; general knowledge of land surveying methods and techniques; thorough knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of engineering drafting; ability to manage subordinate personnel and instruct them in proper work methods; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships and communicate effectively with County officials, employees, development community, and the general public; ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, orally and in writing; and ability to prepare technical reports.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS

Tasks involve infrequent walking over difficult terrain, lifting and carrying moderate weight (15-20 lbs.) objects, and exposure to adverse weather conditions. Occasional operation of a vehicle, office tools, and field measurement equipment is also required. Tasks require consistent alertness to avoid potentially hazardous conditions. Regular contact with the public, staff, developers, and design professionals while using judgement, tact, and interpretation skills to resolve complex issues.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS HIRING RANGE: The salary range for Civil Engineer II is $55,058 – $66,070 with excellent benefits including 12 paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health insurance options with employer contribution, employer-paid life insurance, VRS retirement, and continuing education/training opportunities. This is a full time, FLSA Non-exempt position. Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday, July 8, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST

Learn more about the County as a great place to live at: New Resident Guide

Learn more about Community Development at: Citizen’s Guide to Community Development

To review the Civil Engineer I Job Description and for more information visit the Albemarle County Human Resources page http://www.albemarle.org/hr.

EEO/EOE

(POSTED June 20)

 

BUDGET MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
James City County

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Budget Management Specialist

$50,993/year or higher DOQ + Full-Time County Benefits

James City County Fire Administration seeks a professional to perform advanced supervisory work overseeing the financial and business operations of the department coordinating activities among the division’s functional areas; and assisting the Fire Chief in long-range business and financial planning of the department. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Fire Chief.

Responsibilities:

• Manage business and financial operations of the Fire Department and component divisions (Fire/EMS, Emergency Communications and Emergency Management); coordinate practices among division and functional areas.
• Supervise the professional and administrative support employees in the Business Office of Fire Department.
• Coordinate departmental needs with Financial and Management Services, Human Resource, and other departments of the County.
• Develop budgets for the Department and its divisions, recommends and reviews requests for changes in funding; prepares General Fund and CIP budget requests; and prepare spending and budget analysis.
• Pursue external funding opportunities, prepare and review applications for Federal, state and private grants.
• Coordinate budget control and monitoring processes; assist division directors in managing budgets.
• Administer funds from sources including general and capital funds, user fees, grants, state aid and donations. Oversee compliance with internal and external requirements, including reporting and reimbursement procedures.

Requirements:

• Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, management information systems, or related field; considerable experience in fiscal management and analytical or research work some of which shall have been in supervisory capacity.
•Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have acceptable driving record based on County criteria.
• Ability to maintain moderately complex records; follow verbal and written instructions; and work under pressure and meet deadlines

 

Accepting applications until July 1, 2016

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 20)

 

DEVELOPMENT SERVICES DIRECTOR
City of Winchester

Winchester

Development Services Director

No desire for the ordinary? Is good… NOT good enough?

 GREAT!

Then we’re looking for YOU!

If you have no desire for the ordinary and thrive on motivating team members with forward-looking initiatives that propel organizations into the next generation, then…

It’s time to bring that experience to Winchester!

The City of Winchester is seeking a visionary development services leader with
proven experience in building long-lasting partnerships and producing innovative
ideas that yield impactful results for the overall community. This is a unique,
senior-level position that requires someone who isn’t afraid to be bold when crafting successful solutions while being innovative, creative and cooperative.

If you are an unique and enthusiastic individual
who is ready to serve as an advocate and teammate…

We’re ready when YOU are!

 Click link below to view brochure.
https://www.winchesterva.gov/sites/default/files/documents/administration/development-services-director.pdf

Visit www.winchesterva.gov to apply.

(POSTED June 20)

 

DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
Stafford County

Stafford

DEPUTY COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

 Stafford County, Virginia (139,992), a growing community located midway between Washington, DC and Richmond, the capital of Virginia along I-95, invites qualified candidates to apply for the position of Deputy County Administrator. Due to recent and upcoming employee succession, the County is currently seeking and accepting applications for two (2) Deputy County Administrators.

Stafford County government operates with a seven (7) member elected Board of Supervisors and appointed County Administrator. The Deputy County Administrators report directly to the County Administrator and serve as integral players in the County’s senior leadership team. Various departments under the supervision of each position include Information Technology, Parks and Recreation, Economic Development, Public Works, Utilities, Planning and Zoning and Landfill. The County is operating with a Fiscal Year 2017 general fund budget of $275.3 million and is supported by over 800 staff members. Stafford has long been recognized for its sound financial management practices and boasts a ‘AAA’ bond rating.

Successful candidates will possess bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, economics, planning, engineering or a related field with a master’s degree desirable. In addition, a minimum of five (5) to nine (9) years of public or private sector management experience as a chief or deputy chief administrative officer of a comparably sized community or organization is required. Past experience should demonstrate familiarity in a broad range of local government operations ranging from public works and utilities to parks and recreation and economic development. Candidates should hold experience working in a fast-paced growing community or organization and have success in balancing a wide range of services related to supporting an increasing industrial, commercial and residential presence. Designation as an ICMA Credentialed Manager is a plus.

To view the full position profile and learn more about Stafford County, please visit their website at http://staffordcountyva.gov/ or our website https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/.

The salary for the position is negotiable dependent upon the individual’s qualifications and experience. Benefits include but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, vacation and sick leave, group life insurance, medical and dental insurance, professional dues and conference expenses.

The application deadline is July 17, 2016.

To be considered, please submit your cover letter, resume with salary history and five (5) professional references online by visiting our website, https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/.

Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by Stafford County. The County will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in Stafford in late August 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

Stafford County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED June 17)

 

IT SYSTEMS ENGINEER-DESK TOP SUPPORT TECHNICIAN
Hanover County

Hanover

IT Systems Engineer – Desk Top Support Technician

Seeking Desktop Support Technician to support Hanover County employees.  This position will be a member of the Desktop Support team.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Tier 2 Desktop Support including root cause analysis
Researching new technologies relating to Malware prevention and recovery
Implementing new software for the county as it relates to workstations
Interacting with customers on a daily basis to resolve issues.
Includes rotational after-hours support (evening, weekends & holidays)

Position is part of a Career Development Ladder

Minimum qualifications:

• 2-5 Years providing Tier 2 Desktop Support providing analytical approach to troubleshooting and problem-solving

• Knowledge of Windows operating systems

• Experience with Malware prevention and remediation

• Experience with security standards and practices

• Experience with Microsoft Active Directory

• Customer-focused

• Ability to work independently and as part of a team

• Able to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and assignments

• Four years of college education required. Bachelor’s degree in systems engineering, computer science, or information systems preferred. At least four (4) years of relevant Information Technology experience, with specific areas of expertise OR any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Knowledge of Group Policy Objects

• Experience with System Center Configuration Manager

• Experience with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure

• Experience with enterprise network security

• Automation or scripting knowledge

For more information and to apply, please visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com  804.365.6075, (TDD #365.6140)

EOE/MFDV
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(POSTED June 17)

 

COMBINATION CODE COMPLIANCE INSPECTOR-STORMWATER
Roanoke County

Roanoke

Combination Code Compliance Inspector-Stormwater

Salary Range: $35,136 – $38,649 Annually

General Statement of Duties
Performs responsible technical work involving the construction inspection of public and private facilities, stormwater systems, stormwater facilities (ponds), roads, and/or erosion and sediment control measures to assure compliance with County and State codes, ordinances, regulations, and approved construction plans. Performs other duties as assigned.

Essential Job Functions
• Measures, tests, and checks construction materials, methods, and installations to ensure contractor and owner conformance with plans, specifications, and the terms of the contract.
• Inspects assigned areas for noncompliance and enforcement of all code and department regulations.
• Inspects storm drainage system construction and maintains as-built records.
• Inspects construction of stormwater systems, best management practices (BMPs), maintains as-built records, and enforces Roanoke County’s Stormwater Management Ordinance.
• Inspects erosion and sediment control measures and enforces Roanoke County Erosion and Sediment Control Ordinance.
• Assists in obtaining surveying and engineering data for the preparation of plans.
• Assists in locating existing water lines, sewer lines, and related appurtenances.
• Investigates complaints regarding drainage problems.
• Investigates complaints regarding illicit discharges into the storm drainage system.
• Process and documents inspections with both laptop computers and an iPad.
• Adheres to all safety and housekeeping standards established by the County

Position Requirements/Preferences

Education:
Required: Education equivalent to graduation from high school, supplemented by college courses in civil engineering, environmental science, land surveying, or similar field or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities; Prefer candidates with at least two-years college degree or community college.

Experience:
Required: Three (3) or more years of experience as a Utility, Construction, stormwater/erosion control Inspector, and three(3) or more years experience in construction.

Certifications/Licenses:
Required: Certification in Erosion and Sediment Control, and Stormwater Management obtained from Virginia DEQ as a Stormwater Inspector. Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have good driving record.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Extensive knowledge of utility, and road construction, stormwater management, and erosion and sediment control, materials, practices and equipment.
• Ability to read and understand various forms of construction and engineering plans; ability to provide sketches; keep good records; and maintain effective and courteous relationships with contractors, the public, and fellow employees.
• Skills in basic surveying and math.

Additional Requirements:
Subject to a complete criminal history background check acceptable results. Following a conditional offer of employment, must pass a post offer physical examination. Must be able to perform the job, as described in the Physical and Environmental Demands section of this job description.

Supervisory Responsibilities:
Supervise inspection staff as assigned.

Position is open until filled.

For more detailed information and to apply https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/roanokeva

(POSTED June 15)

 

PARKS & RECREATION REGIONAL SUPERINTENDENT
Fauquier County

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Parks & Recreation Regional Superintendent

Fauquier Parks and Recreation is searching for a highly motivated individual to plan, coordinate, and manage recreation services, parks, recreation facilities, trails, and maintenance operations for the Central Region of the Department.

Of special interest to the Department is an individual with proven sport facility management experience, experience with management of multi-use trails and greenways and comprehensive successful programming experience.

Full-Time Permanent Position

Central Region

Competitive Pay & Excellent Benefits Package

For more information & to submit your application please visit https://eportal.fauquiercounty.gov

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED June 10)

 

SENIOR HR GENERALIST (EEO OFFICER, ASSISTANT)
City of Chesapeake

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Senior HR Generalist (EEO Officer, Assistant)

The City of Chesapeake is seeking a strategic and collaborative candidate to serve as a Senior HR Generalist (EEO Officer, Assistant).

The ideal candidate will serve as a member of the human resources team whose primary focus is: EEO, ADA, FML, employee relations, and absence management. The ideal candidate will also proactively work with departments to analyze issues and develop legally defensible options and programs to address concerns/issues; coordinate and direct program work activities with staff and vendors and ensures clear procedures and communications are in place.

Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in human resources, management, business or public administration, or a closely related field with a minimum of five years of related, full time equivalent experience.

Salary:  $53,153 – $58,153 DOQ.  We offer a competitive benefit package including annual and sick leave provisions, three health care options, dental insurance, group life insurance, and participation in the State retirement system.

Interested candidates should apply online at www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net. Closing date June 29, 2016.

EOE

(POSTED June 10)

 

ASSISTANT BUILDING COMMISSIONER/SENIOR PLANS EXAMINER
Roanoke County

Roanoke

Assistant Building Commissioner/Senior Plans Examiner

Salary Range: $51,913 – $67,124

General Statement of Duties:
Performs professional, administrative and technical work requiring a high degree of knowledge and responsibility. Assists the Building Commissioner in the daily operation and administration of the Building Permits and Inspections Office. Directly supervises and schedules plan review and inspection activities. Ensures compliance with applicable building codes and related development regulations and provides technical direction and code interpretations to Plan Examiners and Inspectors.  Performs the majority of plan checking for both routine and complex projects including residential, commercial and industrial developments. Performs technical review of plans to verify code compliance of health, welfare and life safety features of structures and developments. Performs other duties as assigned.

Essential Job Functions:
• Reviews plans for compliance with features such as exits, stairs, corridors, and materials of construction
• Reviews plans for compliance with required fire alarm and suppression systems
• Analyzes fire resistive ratings and levels of performance of proposed methods and materials of construction
• Reviews plans for compliance with health and sanitary features such as light and ventilation, heating and cooling, air handling equipment, water distribution systems and waste drainage systems
• Assists in enforcing the County’s Erosion and Sediment Control Ordinance
• Meets with architects, engineers, contractors, developers and owners and other permit applicants to assist them in understanding the code requirements
• Researches the intent of code requirements to assist applicants in their attempt to comply with such requirements
• Conducts preliminary site inspections when required
• Plans, organizes and maintains a plan review filing system; maintains files, records and reports related to the plan review and code interpretation process
• Confers with field inspectors concerning reviews, interpretations and inspections
• Establishes and maintains liaison with the fire department to consider suppression policies and practices, design and layout of new structures and coordination on the storage and handling of hazardous materials
• Assists the public with questions relating to code and inspection requirements

Position Requirements:
Education: Required: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in engineering, architecture, building construction or related field. Experience: Required: Five (5) years’ experience as a code official, plans examiner or inspector. One (1) year of supervisory experience.

Certifications/Licenses: Required: Valid Virginia Driver’s license with good driving record. Must hold or be able to obtain within two (2) years of employment the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development certification as a Building Code Official, Building Plans Examiner, Fire Protection Plans Examiner and Department of Conservation and Recreation Erosion Control Certification.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of building codes and construction as related to the preparation of plans and specifications for a wide variety of construction projects, engineering systems, methods and techniques; construction materials and of approved standards of safety as related to structural design and specifications
• Skill in conducting investigations
• Thorough knowledge of national, state and local building codes and regulations
• General knowledge of national and industry standards and specifications for materials for construction
• Thorough knowledge of legal and administrative principles of inspection and plan review process
• Thorough knowledge of principles of structural design and engineering mathematics; methods and materials of construction
• Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public, staff, other agencies, homeowners, builders, engineering and architectural firms, contractors, developers, manufacturers and others involved
• Ability to prepare clear, concise and accurate reports and correspondence

Additional Requirements:

Subject to a complete criminal history background search with acceptable results. Following a conditional offer of employment, must pass a post offer physical examination.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Supervision is exercised over a small professional and technical staff.

Closing Date: July 3, 2016

For addition information and to apply for this position please visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/roanokeva

(POSTED June 10)

 

FIRE RESCUE TECHNICIAN
Fauquier County

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Fire Rescue Technician

Do you dream of joining a growing, community-orientated team?  All while making difference and saving lives?  Then apply to be a part of Fauquier County Department of Fire and Rescue Emergency Management’s next recruit class!

The selected candidate will be responsible for responding to emergency fire, medical related situations and hazardous materials incidents; providing entry, suppression and rescue services; maintaining equipment and facilities; continuing training and instruction.

Candidates must possess at least EMT-B and appropriate driver’s license valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia.  ALS Providers will be eligible for incentive pay. 26-week full recruit school will begin January, 2017.

For more information & to submit your application please visit https://eportal.fauquiercounty.gov

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED June 8)

 

DIRECTOR OF PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY FACILITIES
Stafford County

Stafford

Director of Parks, Recreation & Community Facilities

Stafford County, Virginia (139,992), a growing community located midway between Washington, DC and Richmond, the capital of Virginia along I-95, invites qualified candidates to apply for the position of Director of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities.

The Stafford County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities is an integral part of the County’s service delivery system and offers a wide range of affordable leisure, recreational, and sports programs for all citizens to improve their social, mental, and physical development. The Department also strives to provide cost effective, year round management and maintenance of the County’s parks, public buildings, and other facilities. The Director’s position provides committed recreation and leisure services professionals the opportunity to manage in a fast-paced, high quality, service-oriented environment overseeing a wide range of programs for all age levels while maintaining and building upon a broad range of state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor facilities which are strategically distributed over 1,432 acres. The Department operates with a Fiscal Year 2016 budget of $11,154,897 and an authorized full-time workforce of 58 full and 121 part-time employees.

Successful candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation administration or a related field, from an accredited college or university, with a master’s degree preferred, plus six years of managerial or administrative experience in a comparably sized organization. Qualified candidates must have dynamic leadership skills and a passion for development and maintenance of high quality parks and recreation facilities and programs, while possessing the ability to convey a clear vision and direction that builds on the current quality of Department staff, volunteers and amenities. Successful candidates must have experience managing department staff of a comparably sized organization, working within established budget parameters and developing alternative revenue sources. Experience in electronic social networking and marketing is a plus.

To view the full position profile and learn more about the Department and the County, please visit their website at http://staffordcountyva.gov/ or our website https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/.

The salary for the position is negotiable dependent upon the individual’s qualifications and experience. Benefits include but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, vacation and sick leave, group life insurance, medical and dental insurance, professional dues and conference expenses.

The application deadline is July 6, 2016.

To be considered, please submit your cover letter, resume with salary history and five professional references online by visiting our website, https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/. Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by Stafford County. The County will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.
Stafford County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED June 8)

 

PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR
Chesterfield County

Chesterfield

Planning Administrator
Planning

Hiring Range:  $62,252 – $73,265

Deadline:  5pm June 16, 2016

Chesterfield County’s Planning Department is seeking an experienced Planning Administrator to manage land use cases to include rezonings, conditional uses, special exceptions and variances for residential and non-residential development, ordinances and policy amendments.  Daily contact with county officials, development community, area citizens, property owners and civic groups.  Preparation of staff reports and presentations to Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors, Board of Zoning Appeals, and community and civic groups on a regular basis.

This position involves fieldwork and evening meetings.  Perform other work as required.  Successful candidate will possess a master’s degree in planning, landscape architecture or related field and three years of experience in land use evaluation, ordinance amendments or development review; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Ability to work independently and as part of a team; strong written and verbal communication skills; and management of multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a diverse range of customers and to quickly and accurately research, analyze, interpret, and apply a wide range of data in problem-solving situations.  Knowledge of planning and land use principles, and zoning laws and ordinances.  Considerable skills and experience in the use of personal computers, word processing, geographic information systems (GIS), Pictometry, Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint to produce reports and presentations.  Ability to read and interpret land use plans, development plans and ordinances.

Good driving record required.  Must not reflect a total accumulation of six or more negative points within the past three years or a major violation within the past four years.  Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and education/degree verification required. 

A Chesterfield County application is required and must be submitted online by deadline. 

Visit careers.chesterfield.gov to view instructions and to complete and submit an application.  804.748.1551

(POSTED June 6)

 

SENIOR PLANNER
Fluvanna County

Fluvanna

SENIOR PLANNER #2351

The County of Fluvanna, VA is seeking an experienced Senior Planner.  This position performs professional work in the handling of a variety of assignments in the Planning and Development Department.

Position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in planning and zoning, creativity, strong visionary skills, consensus building ability, and strong interpersonal skills.   Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in planning or related field, Master’s degree in planning preferred, and considerable experience in professional planning a must.  Work experience in planning or local government preferred.

Salary range $45,024 ($21.65/hr) – $51,778 ($24.89/hr) + benefits, DOQ.

Submit a County application, resume, cover letter, and references jobs@fluvannacounty.org.

Position open until filled.

Applications are available at the county website, www.fluvannacounty.org .

EOE

(POSTED June 6)

 

RECEPTIONIST - FIRE & RESCUE P/T
Frederick County

Frederick

Receptionist – Fire & Rescue
Part-Time – No Benefits

Fire & Rescue Department

 

Responsibilities include:

• Answering telephone and directing the caller to the appropriate employee or employee voicemail when needed;
• Updating the call-tracker database on a daily basis;
• Greet and directs visitors to the Department;
• Taking and retrieving messages for various personnel;
• Providing callers with Department information such as company address, directions to the company location, company fax numbers, company website and other related information;
•Receiving, sorting, and forwarding incoming mail. Maintaining and routes publications;
• Coordinating the pick-up and delivery of express mail services (FedEx, UPS, etc.);
• Preparing correspondence and documents as requested;
• Organizing conference and meeting room scheduling;
• Assisting with other related clerical duties such as photocopying, faxing, filing and collating.

Some requirements include:

• Education and/or experience equivalent to a High School diploma/GED; Supplemented by computer and clerical courses;
• Valid Driver’s license;
• Six months clerical and computer experience performed in a similar, professional environment required;
• Skilled in the use of standard office equipment;
• Skilled in computer operations using various programs including Microsoft Office Suite;
• Ability to compose correspondence and other materials independently or from verbal instruction, marginal notes or drafts.

Miscellaneous position information:

• Public Safety Application with resume required; Position will remain open until June 29, 2016 @ 9:00 am.
• Employment contingent on successful background cheek, and polygraph examination;
• Position is part-time, no benefits; $12.00/hour.

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED June 6)

 

CITY PLANNER
City of Buena Vista

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City Planner

Salary Hiring Range:  $42,000-$48,000 (+) benefits.

This position offers a unique opportunity to engage in a variety of Community Development, Planning and Zoning administrative responsibilities for a City of 6,600 located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  Prepares and amends policies and ordinances to guide future development and Community revitalization.  Prepares reports and recommendations for the Planning Commission and City Council.  Provides assistance to the Community on planning and zoning related matters.  Requires a Bachelors Degree in Planning or related field; AICP desirable.

 

Send complete resume and a Commonwealth of Virginia Application for Employment to
Mr. Jay Scudder, City Manager
City of Buena Vista
ATTN: CITY PLANNER
2039 Sycamore Avenue
Buena Vista, VA 24416
no later than JUNE 27, 2016

Open until filled.  EOE.

(POSTED June 2)

 

INSTRUCTOR III (WATER FITNESS)
James City County

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Instructor III (Water Fitness)

$18.00-$23.00/hour, DOQ; part-time, temporary positions;

James City County Parks and Recreation is seeking a high-energy individual to plan, execute, and instruct aquatic fitness classes. Duties include: preparing the site for the class and ensuring proper clean up after the class, updating class records, hand out evaluation forms for participants to complete and ensures class goals are met. This position oversees proper use of the facility and enforces class rules and policies to ensure participant safety. May have to administer first aid if necessary.  Must be skilled in teaching techniques, organizing time, and assessing participant’s interests and capabilities.

Requires any equivalent combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma; supplemented by college course work in related field; and considerable experience instructing skills necessary for fitness classes and working with different ages and abilities, preferably in recreation/educational setting.  Must possess, or be able to obtain within six (6) months of hire, First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certifications from the American Red Cross.  Must have a certification related to class topic from the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), the American Council of Exercise (ACE), the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), the United States Water Fitness Association (USWFA), or acceptable certificating group.  Requires a post offer criminal history/sex offender record check and drug screening.

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 2)

 

INSTRUCTOR II (WATER SAFETY)
James City County

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Instructor II (Water Safety)

$14.00/hour; part-time, temporary positions

Parks and recreation is seeking responsible individuals to plan, execute, and instruct youth and adult water safety classes. Duties include: Preparing the site for the class and ensuring proper clean up after the class; Updating class records; Handing out evaluation forms for participants to complete; Ensuring class goals are met; Overseeing proper use of the facility and enforces class rules and policies to ensure participant safety; May have to administer first aid if necessary.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma supplemented by college course work in related field and considerable experience instructing skills necessary for water safety classes and working with different ages and abilities, preferably in recreation/educational setting; Red Cross, Water Safety Instructor or acceptable experience in swimming, coaching, or instructing; Must possess, or be able to obtain within six (6) months of hire, First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certifications from the American Red Cross. Lifeguard or Lifeguard Instructor certifications from the American Red Cross preferred; Ability to work effectively with class participants; Knowledge of safety and basic first aid.

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 2)

 

LIFEGUARD (INDOOR)
James City County

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Lifeguard (Indoor)

$9.55/hour; part-time, temporary positions; applicants must be able to work flexible schedules on an as needed basis.

Parks and Recreation seeks several individuals available to work on-call hours at the indoor pool in the James City County Recreation Center. Experience related to safety and pool chemistry, current certifications for American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR required.

Previous experience as a Lifeguard, current Certified Pool Operators or Aquatic Facility Operators, certified First Responders, or Emergency Medical Technicians preferred. Post-offer criminal history and sex offender check and drug screening required.

 Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED June 2)

 

 

MAY 2016

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER
City of Danville

CityOfDanville

Economic Development Project Manager

The City of Danville, Virginia is currently seeking an experienced Economic Development Project Manager. The purpose of this position is to develop, manage, and implement economic development projects designed to attract industry, create better paying jobs, and increase the investment tax base. This is accomplished by participating in marketing the City of Danville; identifying prospective opportunities; reviewing, analyzing and responding to prospect inquiries in a prompt and effective manner; assisting and/or overseeing the development of industrial properties and redevelopment of historical properties in the River District; and coordinating and participating in prospect visits. Other duties include serving on a variety of boards; and planning, coordinating and attending special events.

Minimum starting salary is $56,993, with salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Interested applicants must apply online at http://danville-va.gov.

Position closes June 30, 2016

(POSTED May 31)

 

INSTRUCTOR I (OUTDOORS)
James City County

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Instructor I (Outdoors)

$11.87/hour or higher DOQ; Part-time, temporary position, no benefits

James City County Parks and Recreation seeks high-energy individuals to plan, execute, and instruct environmental education classes and camps for youth and adults on an as-needed basis at Freedom Park. Must be skilled in teaching techniques, time management, and working effectively with class/program participants. Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to high school diploma, supplemented by other course work in proposed subject matter; Experience/education/certification in areas related to class/program; May require possession, or the ability to obtain within 30 days of hire, a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on James City County’s criteria; Post-offer drug screening, criminal history/sex offender, and driving records checks will be conducted.

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 31)

 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL & MANAGEMENT SERVICES
James City County

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Assistant Director of Financial and Management Services

$78,809-$124,953, dependent on qualifications + Excellent Benefits!

Financial and Management Services Department seeking professional with outstanding leadership qualities to perform advanced budget and accounting work, planning, developing and implementing the annual budget and overseeing preparation of financial reports for the County and its fiscal agents.  Position assists in the development of long term goals and identification of process improvements within the Department and performs duties of Director in their absence.

Job Preparation Needed: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related field and extensive budget and accounting experience using complex financial systems and management experience; master’s degree and local government experience preferred; Considerable knowledge of principles, methods, and practices of budget, accounting, auditing, ledger recording, balancing, and financial reporting; Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP); Governmental Accounting Standards Board statements; Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer service including setting and meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction; Skill in use of computer software, especially Microsoft Office Suite; Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other county employees and the public; maintain complex records, assemble and organize data, and prepare reports from such records; exercise independent judgment and initiative and attention to detail in accordance with established policies and procedures with minimal supervision.

Accepting applications until the position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 31)

 

SENIOR PLANNER
Fauquier County

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Senior Planner

Fauquier County is currently seeking an experienced planner with a focus on development plan coordination and review.  This position within the Zoning and Development Services Division of the Department of Community Development pro-actively manages review of development and construction plans as well as various subdivision applications.

The position also has a key role in conducting zoning reviews for a broad range of development applications, including rezonings, special exceptions, special permits, development plans and subdivision plans; and provides information on zoning requirements to the public, other staff, design professionals and elected officials.  Occasional night meetings can be expected along with presentations to appointed and elected officials for applications needing legislative approval.

The successful applicant must be experienced in land development case coordination, reading and reviewing site and construction plans, understanding and applying zoning regulations, and writing and presenting comments and technical staff reports.   Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in planning, landscape architecture, or a degree in a related field, at least three (3) years experience including land development review, and excellent oral and written communication skills.  Experience in both the public and private sector is preferred.

Minimum starting salary is $54,678, with salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested applicants must submit an online Fauquier County classified application, available on the County’s website www.fauquiercounty.gov .

Position is open until filled.

For assistance with the online application call the Human Resources Department at 540.422.8300.  Please direct specific position-related questions to Kimberley Johnson, Chief/Zoning & Development Services at 540.422.8220 or email kim.johnson@fauquiercounty.gov

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED May 31)

 

CLERK TO THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS/OFFICE MANAGER
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Clerk to the Board of Supervisors/Office Manager

Full-Time, 12 Months
Non-Exempt, Pay Grade 15, VRS-Eligible, Benefits-Eligible

The Clerk to the Board of Supervisors is responsible for managing all activities related to Board of Supervisors meetings and work sessions and directing the internal operations of the department, to include supervision of department staff. Responsible for assisting the Board of Supervisors, maintaining all official records of Board of Supervisors and handling sensitive, confidential and controversial information. Work is performed independently with considerable latitude for independent judgement.  Responsible for administrative functions of the Board Staff; does related work as required.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Is able to manage multiple priorities simultaneously
• Is an effective communicator, with excellent writing communication skills
• Can lead and motivate others
• Demonstrates professionalism in providing quality customer service
• Demonstrates diplomacy and tact
• Is solution oriented
• Identifies positive outcomes before and after problems arise
• Takes a proactive approach to work
• Demonstrates keen attention to detail
• Has a high level of energy and enthusiasm for work
• Is flexible and adaptable
• Possess strong time management and organizational skills
• Is future oriented and thinks ahead
• Possesses excellent technology skills and ability to learn and use a variety of applications
• Networks with professional peers

QUALIFICATIONS

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in business, public administration or administrative support technology, as well as a minimum of five years’ experience in increasingly responsible administrative work and minimum one year supervisory experience. Requires possession of, or the ability to obtain a Certified Municipal Clerk certification (CMC) within five years of employment. Prefer administrative work experience in local government, and certification as a Certified Municipal Clerk.

Considerable knowledge of standard office practices, procedures and equipment; ability to synthesize Board meeting issues and actions and produce concise notes; ability to communicate ideas effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to meet top level officials and citizens with tact and diplomacy; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with subordinates, employees and the general public; ability to work under pressure and make independent decision in accordance with laws, ordinances, regulations and establish procedures; ability to prioritize, organize and work independently. Excellent technology skills, as well as extensive knowledge of software programs with proficiency in various forms of technology, electronic forms of media, website technology, office procedures and equipment. Ability to gain thorough knowledge of the functions and organization of the County government; thorough knowledge of County ordinances; and thorough knowledge of departmental activities, procedures and organization; SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS/RESPONSIBILITIES: Annually appointed; Custodian of the County Seal; Certified notary public.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Thursday, June 30, 2016, 5:00 p.m. EST

For more detailed description of the position and to apply Click Here

Learn more about the County as a great place to live at: New Resident Guide

(POSTED May 31)

 

DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE (MAJOR)
Albemarle County

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Deputy Chief of Police (Major)

Full-Time, 12 Months
Exempt, Pay Grade 23, VRS-Eligible, Benefits-Eligible

The Deputy Chief of Police (Major) assists Chief of Police in performing difficult administrative and complex work in planning and directing the full activities of the Police Department. Directs a major bureau of the Police Department; assumes command of the department in the absence of Chief of Police. Exercises supervision over Department divisional commanders and supervisors.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Possesses thorough knowledge of police work to include proven experience with, understanding of, and commitment to a community policing model as well as experience working in a mixed rural/urban community
• Demonstrates integrity, trustworthiness, and respect and is able to build and maintain trust with others
• Is fundamentally committed to fostering a culture of diversity within the workforce; respects and values the diversity of the community
• Fosters and promotes a collaborative, positive, team oriented Work environment – both internally with Employees, other departments and schools; and externally With public safety partners, neighboring jurisdictions and Community stakeholders
• Is an approachable, effective communicator at all levels, actively listens to employees and the community, maintains an open door policy, provides opportunities for feedback and demonstrates concern for employees and citizens
• Models professionalism and expects professional behavior from staff, yet also has a sense of humor
• Is a champion of the successes of our employees and the community at large
• Demonstrates courageous leadership – speaks the truth, relishes feedback even when it’s not favorable, not afraid to take chances

 QUALIFICATIONS:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a degree in public administration, business administration, police science or one of the social sciences and at least three years of experience at the level of Police Commander. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid appropriate driver’s permit issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia. Must carry a firearm and qualify annually. Must meet the necessary certification requirements established by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services.

Thorough knowledge of the rules and regulations of the Department; thorough knowledge of State, criminal and traffic statutes and relative county ordinances; thorough knowledge of approved principles, practices and procedures of police work; thorough knowledge of police investigative techniques and techniques of identification; thorough knowledge of rules of evidence and laws of search and seizure; thorough knowledge of the geography of the County and important buildings; ability to analyze evidence; possession of physical agility and endurance; Ability to maintain harmonious working relationships with multiple agencies and County personnel; Ability to interpret and explain laws, ordinances, county and department policies, codes and regulations; Ability to present facts and recommendations effectively in oral and written form; Ability to handle difficult situations using well developed conflict management skills.

Note for Internal Candidates: You must hold the rank of Captain to be eligible for this position.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:

Must successfully complete the Police Department physical; must be able to operate motor vehicle under normal and emergency conditions; must be able to physically subdue and restrain an individual; sitting for extended periods of time; requires working in adverse weather; flexible shift hours; (to include nights) and stressful and sometimes life threatening conditions.

FULL SALARY RANGE: $78,276 – $127,773/Yearly, depending on qualifications, experience, and internal equity.

Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Thursday, June 30, 2016, 5:00 p.m. EST

For more detailed description of the position and to apply Click Here

(POSTED May 31)

 

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Public Safety Communications Officer

Full-Time, 12 Months
Non-Exempt, Pay Grade 11, VRS-Eligible, Benefits-Eligible

Our Public Safety Communications Officer performs responsible telecommunications work under frequently stressful conditions. Work is in the receipt of emergency and non-emergency calls for service from the public, law enforcement, and fire and rescue communities, as well as maintenance of radio communications with same emergency units. Extensive training is completed during initial months of employment, followed by a period of close supervision until a degree of proficiency is demonstrated in each phase of work. After the training period is completed, work is performed under regular supervision.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment;
• Practices teamwork and leadership;
• Is able to develop working relationships with the emergency responders and citizens;
• Demonstrates fairness and empathy to our customers.

THE EXPECTATIONS
Essential functions include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Receives emergency request for service by radio and telephone, determines appropriate response according to location and nature of problem and procedures of the department(s);
• Receives non-emergency requests for service and provides information to callers when response in person by police, fire, or rescue agency is inappropriate;
• Transfers calls to Poison Control Center and surrounding jurisdictions’ Emergency Communications Centers; monitor transferred calls to ensure pick-up and appropriate response;
• Operates and monitors multiple emergency radio frequencies;
• Performs the functions and duties of emergency medical dispatch while providing pre-arrival emergency medical instructions and relaying vital information to the EMS responders; Operates and enters information into the computer aided dispatch system;
• Maintains communications with responding emergency units to assist them in any manner necessary to complete proper response;
• Documents and records requests for service and tracks response and disposition of calls according to policy and procedures;
• Ensures that all call information is relayed to the responders and entered into the CAD record;
• Operates and monitors national and statewide criminal information network Teletype system;
• Operates and monitors national disaster warning system;
• Implements emergency call-out procedures as appropriate;
• Completes required monthly training to ensure special procedures are reviewed with supervision;
• Operates other related equipment, including voice recording units, telecommunication device for the hearing impaired, Miss Utility, RIOS Interoperability System, Backup Telephone System;
• Assists with the training of new employees to include classroom and continuous on the job training while also performing the functions of a Public Safety Communications Officer;
• Performs other related duties as required.

THE QUALIFICATIONS

General knowledge of the methods of operation of telecommunication equipment and systems, ability to work well in emergency situations; ability to work well in a stressful environment, ability to work shift work; ability to work well with the public, responder agencies and co-workers; general knowledge of the geography, street and road systems and location of landmarks in the County, City and University of Virginia; ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, to convey information accurately, and to speak distinctly in stressful situations; courtesy; tact; ability to type 40 wpm and use a CRT keyboard; ability to satisfactorily complete the public safety communication officer training program; ability to obtain and maintain Public Safety Telecommunicator I, Fire Service Communications, Virginia Criminal Information Network/National Crime Information Center, Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation, and Emergency Medical Dispatch Certifications; ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously; ability to successfully complete one year probationary period.

Graduation from high school or possession of a GED and work experience involving public contact, preferably with an emergency response agency. Special Requirements: Completion of appropriate training prescribed by the Commonwealth of Virginia for this level of position. Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

THE PROCESS

An invitation-only testing for the Public Safety Communications Officer position will be held at Monticello High School on Thursday, June 16, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. EST. If you have applied for this position and meet minimum qualifications, you will receive an e-mail with further information.

HIRING SALARY RANGE: $35,323 – $42,387/Yearly, depending on experience and qualifications (based on a 2184 hours/year schedule). Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: Friday, June 10, 2016, 5:00 p.m. EST

For more detailed description of the position and to Apply Click Here

Learn more about Joining our Team by watching our: ECC Video.

Learn more about the County as a great place to live at: New Resident Guide

EOE

(POSTED May 31)

 

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission

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Transportation Planner

The Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission (CSPDC), a regional planning organization located in Staunton VA and serving the local governments in the Central Shenandoah Region, has the following employment opportunity:

Transportation Planner. The CSPDC is seeking interested applicants for a full-time Transportation Professional with experience in planning and administration of public transit and regional transportation programs to become a member of its planning staff. The CSPDC Transportation Program administers and staffs two Metropolitan Planning Organizations; a rural transportation program that covers five counties and two cities; a regional public transit program; and works to promote bicycle and pedestrian modes for transportation, recreation, and tourism throughout the CSPDC region.

Responsibilities will be varied and include writing and administering grants, developing transportation and regional plans, preparing reports, disseminating information, and assisting member jurisdictions with local contract services. Other duties include organizing, staffing, and presenting at meetings with local elected officials, boards, committees, and outside organizations on a variety of transportation related programs. The qualified candidate will possess an effective knowledge of the transportation planning process, federal and state regulations and guidance related to transportation programs and funding, including planning and programming for highways, bicycle and pedestrian modes, and public transit.

Applicants must possess the ability to carry out planning projects independently and to work well with local, state, and federal staff and the general public and coordinate work with other agencies especially VDOT, DRPT and FTA. The position requires strong oral and written communication skills; proficiency with Microsoft Office. A master’s degree in planning or related field and 2-5 years local and/or regional planning experience is preferred (or an equivalent combination of education and work experience may be substituted). Salary:  $49,000-$58,000 depending on qualifications.

To apply, send a resume with references to
Bonnie S. Riedesel, Executive Director
Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission
112 MacTanly Place
Staunton, Virginia  24401
or bonnie@cspdc.org

Position opened until filled.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED May 27)

 

HR SPECIALIST - TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT
Frederick County

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HR Specialist – Training & Development
Human Resources Department

Essential Functions:

• Administer, organize and conduct company training programs for clerical, supervisory, technical and mid-management personnel;
• Research, plan, organize and conduct training programs, seminars and conferences for clerical, supervisory, technical and lower-level management personnel;
• Develop material for new training programs; reviews, evaluates and modifies existing and proposed programs; recommends appropriate changes;
• Assist with preparing and administering various training programs;
• Administer and evaluate training program qualification tests and determines eligibility of prospective attendees;
• Prepare and distribute training aids such as instructional material, handouts, evaluation forms and visual aids; sets up audiovisual equipment and makes presentations when necessary;
• Contact attendees and department representatives about training program;
• Scheduling of the appropriate classroom and preparation of the physical setup.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Training & Development experience, preferably in a Public organization, preferred;
• Outstanding Oral Communication skills;
• Ability to make effective presentations and lead/facilitate various trainings;
• Ability to establish and maintain working relationships with County employees and work effectively with all levels of staff;
• Excellent problem solving, customer service, time management and communication/interpersonal skills.
• Master level proficiency with PCs, Microsoft Office Suite, Microsoft Outlook and Calendar.

Education and Experience:

• Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized college or university, preferably with a sociology, human relations, or similar concentration;
• Previous training and development experience preferred, preferably in a Public organization.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

• Salary Range: $32,300 – $51,700, DOE/DOQ
• General Application with resume and cover letter required;
Position will remain open until June 17, 2016.

 County benefits include:

• Health and Dental Insurance
• Paid Life Insurance
• Virginia Retirement System
• Paid Time Off
• Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs

Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED May 26)

 

PLANNER II
Augusta County

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Planner II

Augusta County is seeking a highly motivated, qualified professional with advanced skills and abilities to serve as Planner II within the Community Development Department.  The role of the Planner II is to provide staff assistance to the Planning Commission and to provide professional support for planning projects including comprehensive plan updates and ordinance amendments.

This role requires working independently and as part of a team to address planning issues that will involve research, analysis, plan review, and communication with a variety of stakeholders including government boards and the general public.  This position requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master’s degree in planning or related field and 3-5 years of professional experience.

Applicants who have any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master’s degree in planning or related field and 2 years of professional experience may be considered for a Planner I position. GIS experience is preferred.  Position requires a valid driver’s license and includes several monthly evening meetings. The expected hiring range is $48,990- $53,890 depending on qualifications.

Position will remain open until filled and hiring will be expedited for the right candidate.

Applications can be downloaded from our website at www.co.augusta.va.us and returned to the Augusta County Human Resources Office located at 18 Government Center Lane in Verona, VA.

Augusta County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED May 26)

 

REAL ESTATE ANALYST
Gloucester County

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Real Estate Analyst

SALARY: $3,911.17 – $6,257.83 Monthly       $46,934.00 – $75,094.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/25/16
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:
Gloucester County, VA, a growing waterfront community located along the Chesapeake Bay, is seeking  two (2) experienced Real Estate Analyst to join our progressive Real Estate Assessment Department.

Positions are open until filled and review of applications will begin immediately.  Hiring salary is dependent on qualifications.

Performs professional and technical real estate analysis work assisting in the management of county-wide computer assisted mass appraisal system (CAMA) and departmental databases. Assists with establishing and maintaining guidelines necessary to produce accurate and equitable residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial and tax exempt property values throughout the County.  Employee must exercise initiative and independent judgment in completing job duties. Employee must also exercise tact and courtesy in frequent contact with property owners, contractors and the general public.   Reports to the Assessor.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

• Assists with the administration and maintenance of the CAMA system, the LAN and other related applications such as photographic digital imaging, mapping, sketching and scanning.
• Establishes and maintains guidelines necessary to produce accurate and equitable property values throughout the County using statistical analysis, reporting tools such as SQL Report Server, ArcView, local market indicators and the CAMA System. Verifies and reviews accuracy of information prior to Land Book entry.
• Analyzes market trends and participates in the annual compilation of pricing schedules, for use in estimating real property values, by collecting current cost/sales information from contractors, manuals, realtors, etc. and then computing estimations.
• Maintains and updates CAMA reports using SQL Report Server, Microsoft Access, ArcGIS, Excel or other software. Compiles data, designs layout and generates reports requested by other departments and/or customers of the Assessment Office.
• Conducts on-site investigations of properties to include measuring all new improvements and additions, classifying and rating to establish the market value.
• Coordinates and oversees maintenance of various data and records pertaining to real property assessments; maintains records of building permits on real estate and personal property to be appraised.
• Responds to property owners regarding appraisals and meets with owners and/or attorneys to explain appraisals. Justifies appraisals before the Board of Equalization and testifies in proceedings related to the valuation of real property.
• Investigates non-routine building and/or land problems relating to tangible personal property, Land Use, or appraised value discrepancies.
• Assists in the production of the land book and change of assessment notices.
• Serves as a resource to other departments to answer questions regarding use/manipulation of real estate data.
• Monitors computer hardware and software needs, and advises Assessor of necessary upgrades and replacements; develops and formats CAMA presentations and instructional sessions; assists in the training of employees on all aspects of the CAMA system.
• Assists the general public with real estate and personal property assessment problems; works to resolve customer problems.
•Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in real estate, business administration, public administration, or a related field of study.

Five (5) years of real estate assessment and/or appraisal experience; experience administering a computer based CAMA system; and experience with ArcGIS Systems and reporting software such as SQL Report Server.

Any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Possession of a valid driver’s license; possess and maintain a driving record that meets established Gloucester County Driving Standards.

Virginia Licensed/Certified Residential Real Estate Appraiser license or equivalent designation through national appraisal organization is required.

Completion of the following IAAO (International Association of Assessing Officers) courses is required within 2 years of employment in the position:
Course 101 – Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal
Course 102 – Income Approach to Valuation
Course 400 – Assessment Administration
Or equivalent course(s) through other Virginia approved continuing education provider.

Must be available to work flexible hours and/or extended hours to meet deadlines and during extremely busy times.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
A cover letter and resume, and at least 3 professional references must be submitted with the on-line application in order to be considered.

For a complete description and to apply on-line, visit our website at www.gloucesterva.jobs

(POSTED May 26)

 

COASTAL PLANNER
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission

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Coastal Planner

Starting Salary:  Upper $40s – DOQ/DOE.

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, a regional planning agency, representing the interests of the 1.7 million residents in the 17 localities of Hampton Roads, is seeking a Coastal Planner.

The successful candidate will have expertise in urban and environmental planning and geographic information systems to support the HRPDC Coastal Resiliency Program.  Requires regular travel to meetings within the Hampton Roads region and occasional travel to other locations within coastal Virginia.  Master’s degree in Planning, Environmental Science, Landscape Architecture, Geography, or Environmental Policy from a science, engineering, planning, design, or public policy related program.  Bachelor’s degree with at least 3 years relevant experience may substitute for an advanced degree.

Candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to
Kelli Arledge, Human Resources Administrator
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission
723 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
or via email at karledge@hrpdcva.gov
Additional information is available at http://hrpdcva.gov/page/employment/

Closing date:  Open until filled.

EOE

(POSTED May 26)

 

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER/ENGINEER
Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization

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Transportation Planner/Engineer

Starting salary:  Upper $40s, DOE/DOQ

The Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO) is seeking a Transportation Planner/Engineer to perform routine professional work in the development, maintenance, and analysis of the HRTPO Transportation Improvement Program.

In addition, the successful candidate will be involved in other assignments in the areas of transportation planning and programming, including transportation finance and a variety of transportation studies.  Candidate must exhibit knowledge of the theories, principles, and techniques of transportation planning/engineering and analysis, as well as applicable federal and state transportation regulations.  Qualified applicants must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident.

Send cover letter, résumé and transcripts to
Kelli Arledge, Human Resources Administrator
Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization
723 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, VA 23320
or via email to karledge@hrpdcva.gov.

Additional information available at http://hrtpo.org/page/employment/

CLOSING DATE:  June 15, 2016

 EOE

(POSTED May 26)

 

REGIONAL ECONOMIST
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission

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Regional Economist

Salary Commensurate with Qualifications & Experience

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission (HRPDC) is seeking a candidate for the position of Regional Economist. The successful candidate will have a strong background in economics with general knowledge of econometrics, input-output analysis and the ability to develop research methodologies.

Applicant must be able to collect and analyze economic data, prepare analytical reports and findings and develop and prepare programs and policies to aid decision makers on issues of regional importance. The position requires research and analytical skills to prepare short and long range forecasts of the region’s economy as well as forecasts for major industries with ability to effectively communicate findings to a variety of audiences. Master’s degree in Economics, Statistics, Planning or related field; Bachelor’s degree with 2 – 5 years of relevant professional experience will be considered in lieu of a Master’s degree.

Candidates should submit a letter of interest and resume to
Kelli Arledge, Human Resources Administrator
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission
723 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
or via email at karledge@hrpdcva.gov
Additional information available at http://hrpdcva.gov/page/employment/

Closing Date:  Open Until Filled

EOE

(POSTED May 26)

 

DEPUTY CITY MANAGER
City of Lynchburg

Deputy City Manager

City of Lynchburg (pop. 80,000) The City of Lynchburg is seeking an experienced, collaborative and innovative local government leader to serve as Deputy City Manager. The Deputy City Manager will be confident, and relentlessly positive, but realistic, in ensuring that the City continues to achieve its goals to be responsive, effective, and results focused. The City of Lynchburg’s leaders practice an inclusive leadership philosophy and a collaborative management approach that tears down silos as we work towards the vision of making Lynchburg a “Great Place to Live, Work and Play”. Partnership is essential, as is a sincere desire to provide extraordinary service to our customers. Optimism and the ability to sustain and build on the City’s positive environment are important.

Required Qualifications:
A Bachelors’ degree in Public Policy, Business Management or related field; a Master’s degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Business Management or related field is preferred and/or a Certificate in Local Government Management. At least seven years of progressively responsible work in local government at a leadership level. Must exhibit a record of continuous learning. Must reside in the City of Lynchburg within 6 months of appointment.  Must have a Virginia driver’s license and an acceptable driving record according to the City’s criteria within thirty days of appointment. Must successfully complete a full background check including criminal history and credit check.

Qualified candidates are encouraged to review the full Recruitment Profile on the City’s website www.lynchburgva.gov and complete the City’s application and supplemental questions and attach a cover letter and resume, with three (3) professional references and two (2) personal references, via the City’s web based application process at www.lynchburgva.gov to be considered.

The deadline for applications is Wednesday, June 15, 2016.

(POSTED May 25)

 

ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER
City of Deerfield Beach, Florida

 

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ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER
CITY OF DEERFIELD BEACH, FLORIDA

The City of Deerfield Beach, Florida (78,881), ideally located on the beautiful east coast of southern Florida in Broward County, is seeking applications for the position of Assistant City Manager. The Assistant City Manager works under the direction of the City Manager and is responsible for a wide array of municipal functions for the City. In addition, the Assistant City Manager serves as a key member of the senior management team, represents the City Manager as needed and is responsible for long range planning and budgetary responsibilities. The City of Deerfield Beach operates under a Commission-Manager form of government, with five City Commission representatives and a Mayor elected at-large. Deerfield Beach is a full-service city that employs a workforce of 450 and provides services that include planning, water, economic development, recycling and solid waste.

Minimum requirements for the position include a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, planning or related field; with a master’s degree preferred. In addition, at least five years of experience in managing and directing a complex organization is needed. Competitive candidates will possess at least three years of municipal management experience as a department head or comparable capacity. It is essential that the candidate have the ability to promote effective and positive relations with the media, the public, other governments, the business community, Commission members and City staff. Must hold a valid Florida Driver’s License. A full profile describing the City, the position and the City’s programs may be found at  https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/postings/924.

The salary for the position is negotiable dependent upon the candidate’s education and experience. Benefits include, but are not limited to participation in a deferred compensation program, paid time off, group life insurance, medical insurance, professional dues and conference expenses. Moving and relocation expenses may be negotiated with the City.

The application deadline is June 28, 2016. To be considered, please submit a cover letter, résumé with salary history and five (5) professional references online by visiting the Waters & Company Executive Recruitment at https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com. Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by W&C based on the criteria established by the City. The City will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in July 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

 The City of Deerfield Beach is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED May 25)

 

REAL ESTATE APPRAISER II
City of Manassas

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Real Estate Appraiser II

Salary:  $51,812.80 – $68,640.00

The Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue in the City of Manassas, Virginia is seeking a seasoned professional with real estate appraisal and ad valorem experience for the position of Real Estate Appraiser II to perform complex professional work in the annual appraisal of approximately 1,300 existing commercial and industrial properties located in the City, including those that go beyond the scope of the normal mass appraisal process.

The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate core competencies in the following areas: Analyze cost, market and income data to develop individual factors for valuation benchmarks. Determine assessed values of land and improvements for assigned groups of real estate properties. Conduct field reviews of properties, including new constructions and other permits. Review real estate sales in assigned groups. Analyze regional and local area economic profiles including employment, population, household income, and real estate trends as well as identifying emerging development trends for the real estate market. Maintain and develops records and documentation on properties, benchmark sales data, construction cost data, income and expense reports, sales assessment ratio reports, coefficient of dispersion reports, etc. Investigate and gather data required for determining value and defending value of property owners, representatives, and the Board of Equalization. Duties would include but are not limited to tax and assessment data, market statistics including vacancy, absorption, other supply/demand factors, and comparable data.

Bachelor’s degree and at least four (4) years of  progressively responsible experience in appraising and assessing commercial real estate property; or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Strong understanding of Virginia’s local tax structure. Proficiency in computer automated mass appraisal systems (experience with Vision a plus). Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications.

Appraisal licenses or certifications in the following are desirable:  Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE), and/or Certified General Real Estate Appraiser. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.

This position will be open until filled.

Apply online athttp://www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs

(POSTED May 25)

 

FIRE CHIEF
Fauquier County

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Fire Chief

This is an exciting opportunity to lead a department that is committed to protecting & preserving the county & its citizens with Fire, Paramedic Emergency Medical, Rescue, Hazard Mitigation and Emergency Management Services. The selected candidate will be responsible for staffing, training, budgeting & all other administrative matters.

A Bachelor’s degree is required (Masters preferred), from an accredited college with major course work in Fire Science, Fire or Public Administration, considerable supervisory experience &/or the equivalent of 5 years’ experience as Fire Chief. Residency required except for current County employees.

For more information & to submit your application please visit https://eportal.fauquiercounty.gov

Closing Date: June 24, 2016

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED May 25)

 

SENIOR ASSISTANT (CHIEF OF STAFF)
Prince William County

PrinceWilliam

Senior Assistant to the District Supervisor (Chief of Staff)

Salary: $49,471.50 – $83,967.00
Location: Woodbridge, VA
Job Type: Full-Time (PF)
Department: BOARD OF COUNTY SUPERVISORS
Job Number: 201203079
Closing: 6/14/2016 11:59 PM Eastern

Supervisor Frank J. Principi, Woodbridge Magisterial District Supervisor on the Prince William Board of County Supervisors is recruiting for the Senior Assistant Position (Chief of Staff). Work in this position is performed under general supervision of the District Supervisor.

This position is a political appointment. The successful candidate will be comfortable in an environment of electoral politics, and will be able to function with the sensitivity and discretion needed in such an environment. This position is about policy, people, and budget in a political climate. The successful candidate would serve at the pleasure of the District Supervisor, and employment is coterminous with the District Supervisor’s term (December 2019).

Top Qualified candidates must have public policy experience working in an elected office and a Bachelor’s Degree in Liberal Arts, Political Science, or Business/Public Administration.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/pwcgov/default.cfm

Prince William County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity.

(POSTED May 24)

 

CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER
Virginia Retirement System

VRS

Chief Operating Officer
Virginia Retirement System

Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia’s capital city, Virginia Retirement System (VRS) is seeking a dynamic and innovative senior leader to serve as its Chief Operating Officer. The VRS is an independent state agency which administers a number of defined benefit plans, managed disability plans, group life insurance plans and long-term care plans. VRS provides benefits to almost 190,000 retirees and beneficiaries and employs approximately 350 full- and part-time staff, manages about $68 billion in assets and pays out about $4.1 billion annually in benefits. The nine-member VRS Board of Trustees serves as the agency’s policy approving body.

The Chief Operating Officer is responsible for assisting the VRS Director in achieving the agency’s vision, mission, core values and strategic business objectives. The COO ensures effective and efficient delivery of agency programs and services. The COO provides leadership and management direction to VRS through developing, supporting, guiding and supervising the Enterprise and Knowledge Services staff. This position works closely with the VRS Director, the Chief Investment Officer and the Chief Administrative Officer.

The successful candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration or related field; with a master’s degree preferred. In addition, a minimum of 10 years of leadership experience is required, including five years of senior management level experience in the operation of a large financial institution, government agency or similar organization. Experience interacting with executives, legislators and other public officials preferred. To succeed, the individual must have knowledge of managerial principles, possess the ability to plan and evaluate complex operational programs and be able to set goals, monitor outcomes and achieve established results.

The salary for this position is negotiable based on education and experience. VRS offers a comprehensive and substantial benefits package that includes, but is not limited to, defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, health insurance and wellness program, paid time off, life insurance and tuition reimbursement.

The application deadline for the position is June 19, 2016. To be considered, please submit your cover letter, resume with salary history at https://waterscompany.recruitmenthome.com. Following the application deadline, resumes will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by VRS. VRS will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists will be interviewed in July and early August 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

The Virginia Retirement System is an EEO/ADA Employer.

(POSTED May 24)

 

CUSTOMER SERVICES DIRECTOR
Virginia Retirement System

VRS

Customer Services Director
Virginia Retirement System

Headquartered in Richmond, Virginia’s capital city, Virginia Retirement System (VRS) is seeking a collaborative, customer-focused senior leader to serve as its Customer Services Director. The VRS is an independent state agency which administers a number of defined benefit plans, managed disability plans, group life insurance plans and long-term care plans. VRS provides benefits to almost 190,000 retirees and beneficiaries and employs approximately 350 full- and part-time staff, manages about $68 billion in assets and pays out about $4.1 billion annually in benefits. The nine-member VRS Board of Trustees serves as the agency’s policy approving body.

The Customer Services Director is responsible for providing leadership and direction to division leaders and staff to ensure successful accomplishment of the department’s and agency’s strategic goals and operational objectives. This position provides leadership and direction to division leaders and staff, serves on the VRS Director’s Executive Committee, provides guidance to employers and other stakeholders regarding complex retirement and benefit matters and assesses the impacts of legislative and administrative changes on VRS operations.

Successful candidates will possess a bachelor’s degree in public administration, business administration or related field; with a master’s degree preferred. In addition, a minimum of 10 years of leadership experience is required, including five years of senior management level experience in the operation of a large financial institution, government agency or similar organization. Experience interacting with executives, legislators and other public officials, preferred. To succeed, the individual must have knowledge of managerial principles, possess the ability to plan and evaluate complex operational programs and be able to set goals, monitor outcomes and achieve results.

The salary for this position is negotiable based on education and experience. VRS offers a comprehensive and substantial benefits package that includes, but is not limited to, defined benefit and defined contribution retirement plans, health insurance and wellness program, paid time off, life insurance and tuition reimbursement.

The application deadline for the position is June 19, 2016. To be considered, please submit your cover letter, resume with salary https://waterscompany.recruitmenthome.com. Following the application deadline, resumes will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by VRS. VRS will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists will be interviewed in July and early August 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com

The Virginia Retirement System is an EEO/ADA Employer.

(POSTED May 24)

 

CHIEF OF FIRE AND EMS
Rockbridge County

Rockbridge

Chief of Fire and EMS

Rockbridge County seeks experienced professional to serve as its Chief of Fire and EMS. Responsible for planning, directing and evaluating the operations of the department through managing effective relationships with volunteer and paid personnel; developing policies, procedures and departmental goals, and responding to emergency situations as required.

Successful candidates will have extensive knowledge of Fire and EMS best practices; progressive supervisory experience in Fire and EMS positions; and strong organization, communication, and interpersonal skills.

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required; coursework in fire science, EMS or public administration preferred.

Additional requirements include VA EMS/ALS Certification and Fire Officer III within 1 year of hire; NIMS and ICS certification(s); valid Virginia Driver’s License; EVOC.

Starting salary will be commensurate with experience. Salary range: $71,711-$111,152.

Rockbridge County offers a competitive benefits package including paid holidays/vacation/sick leave and Enhanced Hazardous Duty Retirement.

Open until filled with preference given to applications received by June 15.

Please visit www.rockbridgecountyva.gov for job description and application.

Salary requirements and resume must be included with applications and should be submitted to HR@rockbridgecountyva.gov.

Rockbridge County is an equal opportunity employer.

(POSTED May 23)

 

COMMERCIAL APPRAISER
Chesterfield County

Chesterfield

Commercial Appraiser
Real Estate Assessment

Hiring Range:  $46,757 – $55,028

Deadline:  5pm June 16, 2016

Chesterfield County is seeking a Commercial Appraiser to perform valuation of commercial/industrial and special purpose properties using the income, cost and sales comparison approaches to value, as well as the valuation of vacant commercial and industrial land.  Collects data from various sources related to income and expenses, vacancy rates, capitalization rates and economic trends for major property types.  Performs field inspections and measures buildings, interprets building plans and site plans and performs deed research as needed.  Prepares and presents assessment appeal cases to the Board of Equalization.

Perform other work as required.  Bachelor’s degree in business, real estate or related field.  Five years of appraisal experience including two years in valuing commercial, industrial and special purpose properties with increasing responsibilities; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  CAE designation or Virginia Certified General Appraisal License preferred.  Excellent communication skills, both orally and with written correspondence.  Excellent research and analytical skills as well as proficiency in Microsoft Access, Excel and Word.  Experience with Marshall & Swift cost estimating software preferred.  The ability to analyze large amounts of data and apply it to a broad population of properties is critical.  Knowledge of local zoning ordinances and appropriate sections of the Virginia Code desired.

Good driving record required.  Must not reflect a total accumulation of six or more negative points within the past three years or a major violation within the past four years.  Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and education/degree verification required.  A Chesterfield County application is required and must be submitted online by deadline. 

Visit careers.chesterfield.gov to view instructions and to complete and submit an application.  804.748.1551

An Equal Opportunity Employer Committed to Workforce Diversity

(POSTED May 23)

 

ASSISTANT CONVENIENCE SITE SUPERVISOR/SCALE OPERATOR
Frederick County

Frederick

Assistant Convenience Site Supervisor/Scale Operator
Landfill

Essential duties and responsibilities:

• Performs responsible clerical, bookkeeping, mathematical and computer work involving the preparation and maintenance of various records;
• Operates electronic landfill weigh scales;
• Answers telephone and provide routine information to the public;
• Maintains and balances cash accounts;
• Makes bank deposits;
• Maintains files related to waste inspections, tire disposal and other daily records;
• Performs random inspections of incoming waste and completes necessary documentation;
• Assists with documentation related to the operation of the Convenience site;
• Completes necessary documentation related to accidents, employee actions and disputes between employees and/or residents.

Knowledge Includes:

• Any combination of education or experience equivalent to High School diploma/GED supplemented by courses in bookkeeping, general office and computer work;
• Minimum one year practical work experience related or similar to the position;
• General knowledge and use of bookkeeping/accounting methods and procedures;
• General knowledge and use of standard office practices and procedures including the operation of personal computers and other office equipment;

Requirements Include:

• Ability to operate electronic weigh scales; Ability to understand and follow simple oral and written instructions;
• Ability to supervise and schedule subordinate personnel. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public and possess excellent telephone etiquette;
• Ability to perform manual labor and lift up to 50 pounds;
• Ability to work in adverse weather conditions;
• Ability to establish and maintain working relationship with co-workers, and general public;
• Ability to work in unfavorable weather conditions, emergency situations, and work flexible schedules, holidays/weekends and be dependable.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

• General County Application with resume required;
• Must possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record;
• Salary Range – $32,300-$51,700, dependent on experience and/or qualifications.
Position will remain open until filled.

County benefits include:

• Paid Life Insurance
• Health and Dental Insurance
• Virginia Retirement System
• Paid Time Off
• Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED May 23)

 

ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY
Frederick County

Frederick

Assistant County Attorney
County Attorney’s Office

Frederick County Local Government is seeking a full-time Assistant County Attorney to provide representation of the County in legal matters, included, but not limited to in litigation matters by and against Frederick County.

Essential Functions:

• Rendering of general advice on the County’s legal matters;
• Preparation of proposed ordinances;
• Representation of the County in litigation matters, including misdemeanor proceedings involving County Code violations and tax collection matters;
• Review of various land use actions (rezoning, use permit, subdivision, etc.) proposed by or requested of the County, and rendering advice on same;
• Preparation and/or review of various contracts to which the County is a party, and rendering advice on same;
• Monitoring and rendering of advice regarding legislation proposed and/or enacted by Congress and the Virginia General Assembly;
• Attendance at meetings of County boards, commissions, and agencies as necessary and rendering of legal advice to such bodies as necessary; and
• Performance of such related tasks as may involve the County’s legal affairs.

Knowledge/Skills:

• Knowledge and understanding of Virginia local government law;
• Knowledge and understanding of Virginia state and federal court procedures;
• Ability to analyze factual and legal scenarios to develop proposed responses and/or solutions to particular situations;
• Ability to respond collegially and professionally to County officials, county staff, and citizens.

Position Requirements:

• Juris Doctor from an ABA-accredited law school required;
• 0-3 years practice experience in Virginia, with ability to gain admission to practice before the Virginia Supreme Court and the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia within 6 months of employment.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

• General Application required. Cover Letter and Resume recommended;
• Employment is contingent on successful completion of criminal background check;
• Salary Range: $65,800-$105,400, DOE/DOQ;
Position will remain open until filled.

County benefits include:

• Health and Dental Insurance
• Paid Life Insurance
• Virginia Retirement System
• Paid Time Off
• Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

(POSTED May 23)

 

LIFEGUARD (OUTDOOR)
James City County

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Lifeguard (Outdoor)

$10.00/hour or higher DOQ; no benefits; James City County Parks and Recreation seeks several individuals available to work on-call hours at Chickahominy Riverfront Park and Upper County Park from Memorial Day thru Labor Day. Experience related to safety and pool chemistry, current certifications for American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR required. Previous experience as a Lifeguard preferred. Post-offer criminal history/sex offender and credential checks and drug screening required. Applicants must be able to work flexible schedules on an as needed basis; seasonal positions, up to 40 hours per week and part-time temporary positions up to 28 hours per week available.

Accepting applications until midnight (EST) on 06/24/2016 or until positions are filled, whichever comes first.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 23)

 

SENIOR HVAC FACILITIES TECHNICIAN
James City County

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Senior HVAC Facilities Technician

$35,477 or higher, DOQ + Full-time County Benefits. James City County General Services is seeking an individual to perform experienced heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) work including installation, servicing, and maintenance of commercial HVAC and refrigeration systems in all County facilities.

Responsibilities: Install, service, and maintain commercial roof top HVAC units, chillers, boilers, cooling towers, pumps, split systems, unit heaters, water source equipment, exhaust fans, and water heaters, refrigeration equipment including ice machines and water fountains; Assure that direct digital control (DDC) systems for buildings are programmed and operating at an energy efficient level; Balance air and water systems with highly technical balancing equipment; Perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma preferably including or supplemented by vocational, technical, or trade school training in mechanical maintenance; extensive experience in the repair and maintenance of HVAC and refrigeration systems; Must possess or have the ability to obtain one within 6 months of hire date a valid Virginia commercial driver’s license with an acceptable driving records based on James City County’s criteria; Must possess, or be able to obtain within 6 months of hire, a North American Technician Excellence (NATE) HVACR certification or equivalent; Must have Type I, II, or III certification to handle refrigerants from an EPA-approved Technician’s Certification Program.

Accepting applications until 11:59 (EST) 06/17/2016 or, until position is filled whichever comes first.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 23)

 

BUSINESS LICENSE INSPECTOR
James City County

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Business License Inspector

$32,994/year + Full-time County Benefits. Do you have experience in bookkeeping, banking, or accounting? The James City County Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office is seeking a detail-oriented individual with excellent communication skills to perform essential work researching, collecting, and analyzing comprehensive information to assess various taxes for the County. We are looking for someone with excellent customer service who is able to establish and maintain working relationships. Work is primarily conducted in an office setting.

Responsibilities: Assess local Business, Profession & Occupation License (BPOL) Tax; Meets with new businesses on license applications and annual filing requirements; Reviews information sources to ensure businesses are in compliance with related statutes; Maintains accurate historical records; Establishes accounts for the assessment of locally assessed business taxes.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate’s degree in accounting, business, or related field, and considerable experience in the field of taxation, which shall have included experience with computerized records maintenance systems; Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on James City County’s criteria; Seeking someone with knowledge of laws related to business licenses and taxes as well as various accounting and financial statements; Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and be able to maintain confidentiality and interpret and apply relevant laws and policies; Knowledge and experience in BPOL tax preferred; training opportunities available.

Accepting application until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 23)

 

PUBLIC WORKS PLANNING MANAGER
City of Harrisonburg

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Public Works Planning Manager

SALARY: Hourly $27.97 – $32.17, Biweekly $2,237.60 – $2,573.60, Monthly $4,848.13 – $5,576.13,   Annually $58,177.60 – $66,913.60

OPENING DATE: 05/17/16
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:
Public Works Department. Full-time position with benefits. Preferred hiring range: $58,177 – $66,913. Position is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and evaluation of comprehensive and strategic planning efforts for the Public Works Department.

Specific responsibility and duties for the position include:

• Coordinates the development, review and implementation of the City Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan, Downtown Streetscape Plan, etc. and provides support for the Stormwater Improvement Plan, Street Improvement Plan, Capital Improvement Plan, Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization plans and so forth;
• Participates in the strategic planning process by developing objectives and projects for the Public Works Department and assists with reviewing and revising applicable sections of the City’s Capital Improvement Program and Comprehensive Plan;
• Recruits, hires, trains, supervises, manages and evaluates subordinate employees (directly and/or indirectly);
• Collaborates with and provides professional advice to City departments and officials and community groups regarding ordinances, design standards, guidelines, etc. by evaluating needs, researching information and writing or reviewing amendments or revisions;
• Oversees consultants involved in engineering design, environmental reviews, bid documentation and plan development;
• Determines the Planning Division’s budgetary needs and proposes to management; administers the divisions budget by monitoring expenditures and performing appropriate cost control/ management measures to complete projects within budgetary allotment;
• Manages the Public Works Planning Division by supervising and participating in developing, planning, designing, coordinating, directing and monitoring the implementation of projects related to transportation systems, including but not limited to, motor vehicles, bicycles and pedestrians;
• Facilitates, coordinates and acts as the Public Works liaison to the Transportation Safety & Advisory Commission and Bicycle & Pedestrian Subcommittee; researches, develops, and presents recommendations for safety improvements and transportation issues; provides professional advice and guidance for the Commission and Subcommittee;
• Administers the Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program by receiving and responding to citizen inquiries, coordinating with the Police Department, City Council and neighborhoods; oversees development and implementation of traffic studies/plans and evaluating effectiveness of changes;
• Assists in developing and sustaining an organizational culture promoting integrity, safety, customer service, open communication, equitable personnel practices, positive employee morale, etc.;
• Conveys public information through media interaction by providing interviews, organizing and developing materials for and assisting with hosting public meetings, overseeing the departmental pubic information web editing processes;
• Undertakes a variety of special projects and studies requiring the use of technical knowledge.

The ideal candidate will have knowledge of transportation analysis and planning, applicable laws, regulations, codes, ordinances, policies and programs relating to municipal planning, public-funded projects and project management; knowledge of current supervision and management concepts and practices; knowledge of environmental best management practices; knowledge of GIS mapping; ability to organize and prioritize multiple projects effectively; ability to express ideas clearly and accurately orally and in writing; ability to collect, summarize and present detailed information; ability to maintain detailed records; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, subordinates, other employees and general public.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Required Minimum Qualifications:  Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in urban planning, engineering, or closely related field and/or considerable professional experience in urban planning and/or engineering.  Valid driver’s license required.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Experience in GIS
• Education and/or experience in reading and comprehending street mapping, engineering and construction/site plans;
• American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP) certification.

Successful applicants for this position will be subject to a DMV Motor Vehicle check and must satisfactorily complete a criminal background check and drug screen.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Application deadline: Applications will be accepted until a suitable pool of candidates is received.  This position may close at any time after 10 calendar days. (posted 05/17/2016)

The City provides an excellent benefits package including health insurance, retirement, life insurance, paid leave and holidays.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.harrisonburgva.gov/employment

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
409 South Main Street, Third Floor
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
540.432.8920
540.432.7796

employment@harrisonburgva.gov

The City of Harrisonburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer Job #5340 – (May 2016)

(POSTED May 20)

 

DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Sussex County

Sussex

Director of Finance

The County of Sussex Virginia is seeking a Director of Finance to serve as its chief accounting and financial officer.  The County operates under a six person Board of Supervisors. Sussex County is centrally located approximately sixty (60) miles west of Hampton Roads, Virginia and sixty (60) miles southeast of Richmond.

A Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or a related field with advanced degree is preferred. Experience should include six (6) to nine (9) years progressive managerial accounting, preferably in a governmental setting, including at least three (3) to five (5) years of senior accounting and finance. Some of the duties include organizing and directing the annual audit and the preparation of annual financial statements; helping with the implementation of financial systems; overseeing the preparation and maintenance of financial records and statements and related reports; must attend all meeting of the Board of Supervisors; preparing revenue forecasts and expenditure projections; budget development, preparation of request for proposals and invitation for bids; oversees procurement for the County. The position as part of the County’s Management team, reports directly to the County Administrator and is responsible for the overall management and strategic direction of the Finance Department, which consists of Accounts Payable and Payroll. Must be experienced with the AS400 Accounting System.

To apply, submit a letter of interest, detailed resume, Virginia State application (Form DPT Form 10-012, Rev.10/99) and professional references to Shilton R. Butts, Assistant to the County Administrator, County of Sussex, Post Office Box 1397, Sussex VA 23884 or via email to sricks@sussexcountyva.gov. If mailing or hand delivering your documents, please note “CONFIDENTIAL” TO BE OPENED BY ADDRESSEE ONLY on the envelope.

The County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides an excellent benefit package.  Women, minorities, veterans and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The Position requires a criminal background check and valid driver’s license with acceptable driving record.  Requests for reasonable accommodations will be provided to applicants in order to provide access to the application and/or interview process. Salary Range: $65,801 to $72,800.00 annually.

POSITION OPENED UNTIL FILLED.

(POSTED May 20)

 

TAX AUDITOR II
Arlington County

Arlington

TAX AUDITOR II
Business Tax Division

Salary Range:          47,881.60 – 77,792.00 Annually
Job Type:  Full-Time
Work Location:  2100 Clarendon Blvd., Ste. 200 Arlington, Virginia
Office:  Commissioner of Revenue
Hours:  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday-Friday
Closing Date:  Open until filled

POSITION INFORMATION
This position is located in the Business Tax Division of the office of Commissioner of Revenue. The employee is responsible for coordinating and conducting private sector business license and business tangible property tax audits and auditing financial reports regarding miscellaneous taxes (bank franchise, transient occupancy, cigarette, short-term rental, and meals, food and beverage) to ensure tax compliance with current County and State statutes.

Specific duties of the position include:

• Coordinating and conducting financial tax audit investigations;
• Developing tax audit work plans and project timetables;
• Determining audit objective, scope, strategies, and procedures;
• Leading tax audits in field investigations;
• Reviewing financial reports from external consultants, banks, accountants, the Internal Revenue Service and  corporate attorneys;
• Interpreting and evaluating internal controls policies and procedures;
• Developing and preparing interim and final audit findings reports;
• Research and compiling background information and code references, and preparing responses to audit findings appeals;
• Serving as technical resource to staff in the resolution of complex inquiries;
• Assisting in analyzing proposals and recommendations to amendments to the County Board taxation ordinances and may propose State and County legislation/regulation;
• Assisting in conducting statistical analysis;
• Assisting customers in obtaining or renewing business licenses and explaining business tangible or miscellaneous custodial tax rules; and
• Performing other related duties as required including training.

The successful candidate must possess strong communications skills; be detail oriented, self-motivated, and well-organized; must be a problem solver with keen research skills and have the ability to handle multiple concurrent projects.  Must be a flexible team player and have the ability to independently exercise good professional judgement.

SELECTION CRITERIA
Minimum:
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, public administration or related field, plus two years tax investigation/auditing experience in either a private, public or governmental environment.  Technical experience may be in the areas of business tax inspection, tax auditing or assessment or account monitoring and reconciliation in a related field.

Substitution:  Additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the education requirement on a year-for-year basis.

Desirable: Preference may be given to candidates with experience in one or more of the following:

1.Conducting financial tax audit investigations;
2.Assisting/preparing tax audit work plans;
3.Experience with federal, state and local business tax regulations;
4.Performing statistical analysis;
5.Certified Public Accountant;
6.Working with the legal structure of diverse business entities;
7.Working with federal government contracts;
8.Using Microsoft Office Suite; and/or
9.Financial regulatory compliance (filing company taxes; making decisions based on tax implications of those decisions).

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
The applicant must possess, or obtain by the time of appointment, a valid motor vehicle operator’s licenses from the applicant’s place of residence or the applicant must have the ability and willingness to use alternative methods of transportation to perform assigned duties and responsibilities at locations other than the primary worksite.  If the applicant possesses or acquires a license, the applicant must authorize Arlington County to obtain, or the applicant must provide copy of the applicant’s official state/district driving record.  Any offer of employment is contingent upon a favorable review of the applicant’s driving record.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

If interested please submit a resume and cover letter to:
Office of Commissioner of Revenue
Attn: Mr. Otilio Sabillon
2100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 200
Arlington, VA 22201
Or email to osabillon@arlingtonva.us.  Phone 703.228.3033

(POSTED May 20)

 

DIRECTOR OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & GIS
Gloucester County

Gloucester

Director of Information Technology & GIS

SALARY:  $5,998.42 – $9,597.50 Monthly         $71,981.00 – $115,170.00 Annually
OPENING DATE: 05/18/16
CLOSING DATE: 06/26/16 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:
Under general direction, performs complex professional and administrative work in the planning, development, implementation, and maintenance of information and telecommunications systems and related information resources operations. Responsible for IT infrastructure, networks, communications, telephone systems, websites, office automation systems, IT hardware and management of the portfolio of software systems and technical solutions across the enterprise. Reports to the County Administrator.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  1. Develops, implements, and directs the information technology efforts for the county government, Constitutional offices, and other partners; advises the County Administrator and department managers on IT systems and functional capabilities, directs and supervises a centralized program of IT infrastructure; assists County offices in determining, defining and fulfilling data processing, records management, geographic information systems, and telecommunications needs; manages the design and improvement of existing technical processes; and analyzes new systems to determine feasibility and design efficiency; prepares cost estimates.
  2. Evaluates present hardware, software, and procedures in the data processing, records management, geographic information systems and telecommunications areas and initiates or recommends changes.
  3. Develops policies and procedures for the information resources function, including communications, records, and geographic information systems. Designs, coordinates, and evaluates training needs related to data processing, records management, geographic information systems, and communications.
  4. Manages large systems procurement in the data processing, records management, and telecommunications areas from needs assessment through RFI/RFP preparation, systems evaluation, and implementation.
  5. Plans, oversees, coordinates and directs the work of staff, including professional, technical and support employees; ensures employees receive orientation and proper training for assigned position; assists and advises employees as necessary, resolving problems as non-routine situations arise; and supervises personnel matters (selection of new hires, employee evaluations, disciplinary actions, scheduling, etc.).
  6. Develops and administers short and long range plans, as well as operating and capital budgets.
  7. Serves as County liaison for local and state information technology planning, including consultations for organizations; consults with and forms plans with adjacent local governments on issues of mutual interest in information technology; maintains an active role in community issues related to local government application of information technology.
  8. Receives and directs response to emergency calls for LAN, WAN, and enhanced 911 systems; performs public relations work related to a variety of projects.
  9. Attends public hearings, budget meetings or Board meetings, as required.
  10. Receives and responds to citizen inquiries and complaints.
  11. Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Possession of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Management Information Systems, Public Administration or related field of study.

Six (6) to nine (9) years of progressively responsible supervisory level experience in information technology, five (5) years of which must have been in a management capacity.

Any equivalent combination of training, education, and experience which provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities.

Experience with Cognos Business Intelligence and/or Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is preferred.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a valid driver’s license; possess and maintain a driving record that meets established Gloucester County Driving Standards.

Additional preferred certifications include: Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL), Cisco Certified Network Associate/Professional (CCNA/CCNP), Project Management Professional (PMP), and/or Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP).

A cover letter and resume, and at least 3 professional references must be submitted with the on-line application in order to be considered.

EMPLOYEE UTILIZATION IN ADVERSE WEATHER AND EMERGENCY CONDITIONS
All Gloucester County employees are subject to being assigned to specific positions and tasks during a “Declared Emergency” as support personnel, by the County Administrator, the Emergency Management Director, or the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP). Once assigned, this would be the same as a regular work assignment and all policies and procedures for duty assignments apply. (Please see Gloucester County Administrative Policy 101.1 – Employee Utilization in Adverse Weather and Emergency Conditions.)

For a complete description and to apply on-line, visit our website at www.gloucesterva.jobs.

(POSTED May 19)

 

 

DIRECTOR OF PLANNING
Brunswick County

Brunswick

Director of Planning

Brunswick County is accepting applications for the position of Director of Planning.  Under the direction of the Assistant County Administrator, performs professional and supervisory work in directing activities of the Department of Planning. Plans, manages, and oversees the planning functions of the County, including, but not limited to, serving as Zoning Administrator and Subdivision Agent; reviewing and approving zoning permit applications, subdivision plats, erosion and sediment control plans and permits, site plans, and other related documents or materials; performing on-site inspections for compliance with County ordinances and regulations, enforcing County zoning, subdivision, and other development regulations and resolving violations thereof.

Bachelor’s degree with coursework in urban studies, planning or a related field and extensive (at least four years) experience in professional planning preferably in local government, including considerable experience in a supervisory capacity is preferred.

A complete job description is available on the Brunswick County website www.brunswickco.com.

Please submit application and resume to the
Human Resources Coordinator
228 North Main Street, 2nd Floor
P.O. Box 399
Lawrenceville, Virginia 23868

Telephone: 434.848.3107 or toll free 1.800.848.3199

This position will be open until filled.

Brunswick County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED May 19)

 

ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER
Fauquier County

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Environmental Planner

The Fauquier County Department of Community Development is seeking an experienced planner to fill the position of Environmental Planner. The Environmental Planner is a Senior Planner level position residing within the Planning Division. The Planning Division is responsible for: legislative case management; comprehensive planning and implementation including transportation, environmental and historic resource planning and implementation; as well as other studies and analyses relevant to the County’s future development.

The Environmental Planner will, with limited supervision, develop, coordinate and/or implement environmental planning programs and the County’s water resources management program. This will involve the development of plans, reports, procedures and monitoring of various aspects pertaining to the County’s environmental well-being. The Planner will be expected to represent the County as an advisor on various committees and boards. Additionally, the Planner will review and manage land development cases with significant environmental impacts.

Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree in environmental planning or closely related field or a combination of coursework and experience equivalent thereof, with a Master’s degree preferred, with at least 5 years of progressively responsible experience in planning and/or environmental work. The successful applicant will be a results oriented professional with keen analytical problem-solving skills. Position also requires outstanding verbal and written communication skills. Experience in local government preferred.

Minimum starting salary is $54,678 with salary commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Interested applicants must submit an online Fauquier County classified application, available on the County’s website at www.fauquiercounty.gov.

 Position is open until filled.

For assistance with the online application call the Human Resources Department at 540.422.8300. Please direct specific position-related questions to Holly Meade, Chief of Planning at 540-422-8210 or email holly.meade@fauquiercounty.gov.

 EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED May 19)

 

JAIL SUPERINTENDENT
Rappahannock Regional Jail Authority

Rappahannock Regional Jail

Jail Superintendent

The Rappahannock Regional Jail Authority is accepting applications for the position of jail superintendent.  To be considered as an applicant, candidates should have management experience in law enforcement, corrections, or general government administration.  The ideal candidate must possess well developed leadership and management skills and communication skills.  The position requires effective decision-making, sound fiscal and budgetary skills, and the ability to supervise employees effectively.

The Rappahannock Regional Jail Authority is located in Stafford County, Virginia and serves the counties of Stafford, Spotsylvania and King George and the City of Fredericksburg.   The jail holds on an average 1,300 inmates.   The Jail is governed by a twelve member board consisting of representatives from the four jurisdictions.  The successful candidate will receive a compensation and benefits package that is commensurate with the candidate’s experience and education.

Persons interested in applying for the position should send a resume and cover letter to
Stafford County Sheriff’s Office
Professional Standards Unit
1st Lt. M. David Roderick, Jr.
P.O. Box 189
Stafford, Virginia 22555
or email to MRoderick@staffordcountyva.gov

Applications must be received no later than Friday, June 3.

The Rappahannock Regional Jail Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED May 18)

 

BUDGET MANAGER
Roanoke County

Roanoke

Budget Manager

 

GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES
Performs difficult professional and administrative work related to significant aspects of the financial and organizational operations of the County. Performs a variety of complex financial tasks. Operates as part of a team of Budget and Finance professionals that involves project management accountability and detailed research and analysis in a variety of financial areas; responsible for planning, organizing and facilitating project assignments from beginning to end with minimal supervision. Supervision may be exercised over other staff members on a project basis. Reports to the Director of Management and Budget. Performs other duties as assigned

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

• System Manager responsibilities for maintenance and operation of budgeting module of client-server based financial package that includes Personnel budgeting, data maintenance, and report writing.

• High visibility in team environment, Board of Supervisor meetings, and public forums.

• Conducts complex financial research and evaluation, including developing and refining models for monthly, quarterly, yearly, and long-range revenue and expenditure projections.

• Acts as liaison and provides front-line financial consulting services to department heads and/or appropriate departmental staff concerning personnel, operational, or capital requirements relating to budget.

• Reviews budget requests and communicates budget issues to senior management.

• Identifies non-routine budget transactions and recommends appropriate action.

• Assists the Director of Management and Budget with all aspects of the annual operating budget preparation cycle and Capital Improvement Program.

• Attends and participates in County departmental staff meetings to assist department and assistant department heads in developing, presenting, and amending their budgets.

• Assists with establishing administrative budgetary standards, policies and procedures.

• Prepares numerous presentations and documents for both internal and external use that conveys complex financial and budgetary information in a useful manner

• Utilizes sophisticated software in developing analyses and presentations from the Office of Management and Budget to the County Administrator and the Board of Supervisors.

• Performs other duties as assigned.

Salary range– $52,951.00 to $75,312.00

Deadline to apply is June 5, 2016.

For full position description and to apply.

(POSTED May 17)

 

SPECIAL PROJECT COORDINATOR
James City County

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Special Project Coordinator

$38,146/year or higher, DOQ + Full-Time County Benefits

Williamsburg Regional Library is seeking a Special Projects Coordinator to support the development, implementation, and evaluation of projects for all library divisions.

Responsibilities: Assists in implementing and evaluating the library’s communication plan; Updates and maintains the library’s website and social media sites; Assists in proofreading, researching, compiling, analyzing, tracking, and maintaining information for reports, statistics, inventories, and special projects; Coordinates and prepares written and graphic materials, presentations, and reports for production and distribution of promotional materials; Develops templates for publications and assists in training staff in their use; Collaborates with library administrators, division directors, managers, officers and other staff to support project needs.

Requirements: Must have any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, public relations, or a closely related field; Must have knowledge of marketing principles, public relations, and media relations; and principles and processes for providing customer service; Must possess strong written and verbal communication is necessary including accurate copyediting and proofreading, and the use of computer software, especially Microsoft Office Suite; Some work experience in writing and editing publications, marketing, media relations, or communications; Training experience preferred.

Accepting applications until position is filled. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 16)

 

ADULT SERVICES ASSISTANT
James City County

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Adult Services Assistant

$11.04/hour + part-time benefits

James City County Library and the Williamsburg Library seek an enthusiastic individual to perform responsible work supporting the activities of the Adult Services Division.

Responsibilities: Provide administrative support to the adult services division and computer class instructors; Create and maintain internet and/or intranet web pages or other informative sections for the staff and public; Assists with: interlibrary loans; coordinating collection development projects such as weeding, trace/lost reports, and checking journals, catalogs, and bibliographies for library holdings; and, training and coordinating projects for designated volunteers; Performs administrative tasks such as typing updates for the division’s policies and procedures or maintaining spreadsheets of the division’s statistics; uses excellent written and verbal communications skills to produce memos and procedures; May field division telephone calls, answer routine questions, and route others to the appropriate division or individual.

Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent; some college and/or public library experience preferred; Some computer experience, including word processing; Must have accuracy and efficiency in clerical skills and the ability to work independently and maintain effective working relationships; Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and an acceptable driving record; Post offer criminal history/sex offender and driving record checks will be conducted.

Accepting applications until position is filled. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 16)

 

PARK RANGER
James City County

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Park Ranger

$12.76/hour or higher DOQ (no benefits); Part-time, temporary

James City County Parks and Recreation seeks a Park Ranger to perform responsible, service maintenance work overseeing visitor management and safety, resource management, park operations, facility management, and law enforcement at various County parks, recreation, and watershed properties.

Responsibilities: Enforce County and State laws at all County parks by patrolling to ensure guest safety using a vehicle to observe for violations of County ordinances, suspicious activities or persons, and disturbances of law and order; Educate and assist the general public about parks; Assist with special events and maintaining park cleanliness; perform minor repair and maintenance to equipment, grounds, and any park structures; secure park buildings and gates as needed.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma; considerable knowledge of James City County park ordinances, rules, and regulations; some customer service experience preferred; Must possess or be able to obtain within 30 days, a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on James City County criteria; Must possess Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services (DJCS) Firearm Certificate; Must complete and obtain DCJS certification for Armed Special Conservator of the Peace within 3 months of hire.

Accepting applications until 11:59 pm (EST) 05/27/2016. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 16)

 

COMPREHENSIVE PLANNER P/T
Louisa County

Louisa

PART-TIME COMPREHENSIVE PLANNER
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Summary:
Reporting directly to the Director of Community Development, the part-time Comprehensive Planner performs professional work assisting in the long-range planning activities of the Community Development Department.  Responsibilities include assistance with neighborhood planning, transportation planning, and support of top Board of Supervisors priorities. He/she must exercise tact and courtesy and a business friendly attitude while providing high quality service, direction and assistance to customers, visitors, developers, property owners and the general public by efficiently answering questions, and providing information in a timely manner regarding departmental policies and procedures. Employee must also exercise initiative and independent judgment in completing assigned tasks.

Essential Functions of the Position:

• Coordinates the preparation, analyses, and review of long-range plans, special projects and studies to include the County Comprehensive Plan.
• Conducts research pertaining to orderly growth and efficient administration of municipal resources, and provides recommendations on comprehensive planning issues.
• Develops projections pertaining to future population, employment, traffic, and provision of government services.
• Provides a variety of public relations duties such as explaining departmental policies and procedures by working on a daily basis with developers, property owners and the general public to provide them with information and assistance.
• Prepares and presents staff reports at public hearings of the Planning Commission/associated committees, and Board of Supervisors meetings, as needed.
• Prepares and presents plan revisions; providing basic planning assistance to the public and county departments.
• Prepares resolutions based on decisions by the Planning Commission that are forwarded to County Administration for action by the Board of Supervisors, as needed.
• Works directly with members of the Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission to provide additional information and insight to planning issues.
• Coordinates, prepares, and organizes materials, agendas, and minutes for public meetings and acts as staff liaison to various committees, the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors.
• Assists with the preparation of yearly and special reports for the Board and Planning Commission with statistical analysis of department activities; gathers information and analyzes data.
• Inputs, updates and retrieves information relating to the department’s needs, resources and assignments for a variety of purposes such as comprehensive analysis of activities or permitting to identify shifting development dynamics.
• Interprets maps to provide analysis of land uses and strategic planning and assists in the coordination of updating county land use maps.
• Performs field inspections, as required.
• Coordinates and distributes a variety of information using multimedia such as census tracts, FEMA map, statistical, population and housing information.
• Works with the County Geographic Information System and Real Estate Assessment records to retrieve data to prepare maps for use in presentations by various departments and county agencies.

Additional Functions:

• Maintains a variety of records and files pertaining to the department.
• Performs other related work as required.

Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: 

• Considerable knowledge of the principals, practices, and applications of planning as they pertain to the performance of duties relating to the position of Comprehensive Planner.
• Ability to analyze, systematically compile, and manipulate technical and statistical information, including interpretation of maps, and to prepare reports and plans, ability to prepare and present information clearly and in an interesting manner to lay groups and the public.
• Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with all levels of County government and public officials by exercising tact and diplomacy and displaying a professional demeanor at all times.
• Demonstrated ability to provide the highest level of customer service and a business friendly approach.
• Ability to prioritize workload and handle multiple projects simultaneously.
• Ability to exercise solid time management skills, along with a proven ability to exercise sound professional judgment to make decisions in accordance with established policies and procedures.
• Strong organizational skills, with a high level of attention to detail.
• Excellent verbal and written skills; excellent public speaking and presentation skills to communicate to groups concerning planning projects and land use issues.
• Ability to utilize word processing, spreadsheet, mapping, geographical information system (GIS), and other software programs.

Education, Experience and Training:

Bachelor’s degree (Master’s preferred), in planning, geography/GIS, political science/public administration, architecture, or related field, or any equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

Working Conditions:

Environmental: Work is typically performed in an indoor setting. The department is currently open to the public Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.  This position will require a flexible schedule to accommodate the needs of the Department and the County to include evening, weekend and occasional holiday hours.

Physical Effort: Light to moderate work, exerting up to 10-15 pounds of force occasionally and/or negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull, or otherwise move objects, including the human body. Sedentary work involves sitting most of the time but may involve walking or standing for brief periods of time.  Jobs are sedentary if walking and standing are required only occasionally and other sedentary criteria are met.

Hazards: Employee is subject to both inside and outside conditions: activities occur inside and outside in approximately equal amounts.

Special Conditions or Requirements:

• Must be willing to submit to a criminal background and Motor Vehicles check.
• Must consent to drug testing consistent with Louisa County’s Drug-Free Workplace Policy.
• Must possess a valid Driver’s License.
• Must maintain a driving record consistent with insurance industry standards in order to drive a County vehicle.
• Twelve (12) month probationary period; six (6) month probationary period if an internal candidate is selected.

Disclaimer:

This information is of a general nature, and is not intended to be a comprehensive description of each and every duty. This position is also responsible for performing other duties as assigned.

The position is Open until filled. Send resumes and applications to HR@louisa.org. Applications can be obtained at www.louisacounty.com

(POSTED May 16)

 

MANAGEMENT/POLICY ANALYST
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Management/Policy Analyst
Office of the County Executive

Exempt, Benefits-Eligible, VRS-Eligible, Pay Grade 15

The Management/Policy Analyst performs difficult and complex professional and administrative work as an analyst for the County Executive Office(s). Incumbent is assigned specific program or project responsibility; does related work as required. Work is performed under the general direction of the Assistant County Executive, with project tasks performed under the direction of the appropriate department director or supervisor.

KEY ATTRIBUTES OF OUR IDEAL CANDIDATE

• Possesses the ability to communicate effectively both in writing and verbally with a diverse array of stakeholders including the Board of Supervisors, senior county managers, community representatives and the general public;

• Demonstrates experience with balancing competing priorities from internal and external customers along with a significant workload;

• Has a strong dedication to exceptional public service and enthusiasm for the role of local government;

• Exercises strong Emotional Intelligence with excellent teamwork skills in resolving conflict, decision-making and problem-solving;

• Able to synthesize complex issues and data points into clear, comprehensible reports;

• Exhibits behavior consistent with the mission, vision and values of the County.

SALARY:  Hiring Range: $44,578 – $53,494/annual equivalent based on experience, education and internal equity.

Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  Open Until Filled (this posting will remain open for a minimum of 10 days)

For full job posting and application click here

EOE/EEO

(POSTED May 16)

 

DEPUTY COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY
Goochland County

Goochland

DEPUTY COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY

The Goochland County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney to perform complex tasks in prosecuting traffic, misdemeanor and felony matters before Circuit, General District, Juvenile and/or Domestic Relations Courts.

Responsibilities include preparing cases to be tried in court, preparing briefs, interviewing parties related to cases, conducting cases in court, including examinations, cross-examinations and summaries.  Knowledge of federal, state and governmental law, including criminal law and procedures, required.  Knowledge of county laws/ordinances preferred.  Familiarity with appellate pleadings and procedures essential.  Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials, law enforcement, and the general public.  Good research skills required.  Must be a member in good standing of the Virginia State Bar.  Juris Doctorate degree required with a minimum of two (2) years prosecuting cases preferred.  Experience with drug and felony cases involving forensic analysis preferred, or any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable.  This is a full-time position with benefits, serving at the pleasure of the Goochland Commonwealth’s Attorney.  The hiring range is $86,124 – $100,600, depending on experience.  Background check and pre-employment drug screen required.

A cover letter, resume and application must be submitted for consideration and may be found under the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Employment Opportunities page at www.goochlandva.us/231/Employment-Opportunities.

Applications must be submitted to
D. Michael Caudill, Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney
P.O. Box 195
Goochland, VA 23063
by May 31, 2016.

EOE.

(POSTED May 13)

 

DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL SERVICES
Fauquier County

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Director of Social Services

Fauquier County Government is currently seeking qualified and enthusiastic candidates for the position of Director of Social Services.

Responsibilities include assessing, planning and directing all social service and public assistance programs; coordinating work with other human service and other County agencies; maintaining records and files; preparing reports.

Candidates should possess a comprehensive knowledge of the principles and methods of administration, including planning, directing and personnel and fiscal management; comprehensive knowledge of human behavior essential to working effectively with individuals and groups; comprehensive knowledge of current social, economic, legal and health problems associated with program activities; comprehensive knowledge of public welfare policies and programs, and the laws upon which they are based; ability to plan, organize and direct a large staff of professional and nonprofessional employees; ability to plan and execute effective in-service training and staff development programs; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships.

Candidates should also possess any combination of education equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in Social Work supplemented by a Master’s degree and extensive responsible program administration experience. Must possess a valid VA driver’s license.

Starting salary range is $84,805 – $135,681 with an excellent benefits package.

For more information or to submit your application please visit https://eportal.fauquiercounty.gov .

EEO/AA/M/F/D

(POSTED May 13)

 

PARK TECHNICIAN
Frederick County

Frederick

PARK TECHNICIAN
Parks & Recreation

The successful applicant:

• Performs responsible work in the supervising and performing of building and mechanical maintenance duties;

• Operates the department’s vehicles and equipment performing special projects;

• Performs carpentry, painting, plumbing, electrical and mechanical tasks;

• Supervises skilled and semi-skilled workers in the performance of building and grounds maintenance tasks;

• Keeps department supplied with necessary cleaning supplies, repair and maintenance supplies and equipment;

• Opens and secures park and facilities as required;

• May work days, evenings, nights, or weekends as weather and field parameters dictate;

• Checks prices and quality of materials purchased in conformity of needs;

• Keeps records of incoming and outgoing stock;

• Maintains and repairs maintenance equipment and vehicles;

• Maintains and repairs swimming pool equipment;

• Keeps records of all work performed, time and materials spent and equipment utilized;

• Maintains control records on non-expendable County property;

• Supervises part-time labor;

• Maintains playground and park amenities.

Attributes for the position:

• Graduation from High School or Vocational School;

• Possess valid driver’s license;

• Extensive experience in facilities and equipment maintenance operations work or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities;

• Thorough technical knowledge and use of building maintenance practices, swimming pool maintenance, equipment and vehicle maintenance practices, materials and tools;

• Thorough knowledge and use of occupational hazards and safety precautions;

• Ability to train and supervise subordinate personnel;

• Ability to prepare detailed reports;

• Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and communicate well with the general public;

• Ability to obtain a Certified Playground Safety Inspector License and a Certified Pool Operators License.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

• Full Time Position; Salary Range: $29,500 – $47,100.

• General County Application with resume must be submitted.

• Position is Open Until Filled

 County benefits include:

• Health and Dental Insurance

• Paid Life Insurance

• Virginia Retirement System

• Paid Time Off

• Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.
Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED May 12)

 

PRINCIPAL PLANNER-TRANSPORTATION
Albemarle County

Albemarle

PRINCIPAL PLANNER – TRANSPORTATION

 

We are seeking an individual to serve the citizens of Albemarle County, Virginia as the Principal Planner – Transportation The Principal Planner – Transportation position undertakes assignments related to a full range of project management responsibilities in the Department. Primary functions include multi-modal transportation planning and priority setting; liaison with neighborhood and community interests regarding transportation issues and program development; identification and costing of projects for inclusion in VDOT/MPO transportation improvement programs, the County’s CIP and transit budgeting; coordination with various transportation providers in implementing projects; and, assistance with development review as pertains to providing for transportation improvements consistent with plans/priorities. This position assists the Director and/or their supervisor in the management of policies of the Comprehensive Plan and/or the development review process.

 

Minimum Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university, supplemented by a master’s degree in urban planning regional planning, civil engineer, or related, and a minimum of three years experience in professional planning work. Experience working with Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) programs and procedures, elected officials and neighborhoods preferred. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid appropriate driver’s permit issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.

 

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

The hiring salary range for this position is $55,058 – $72,465 with excellent benefits including vacation and sick leave, health insurance options and VRS retirement. This is a full time, FLSA Exempt position.

 

HOW TO APPLY

Apply through Albemarle County’s online application system to be considered. This position is open until filled. Faxed and mailed applications will not be considered.

 

EEO/EOE

  

Albemarle County boasts an excellent school system, low taxes, low crime and unemployment rates, a skilled and educated workforce, and a wealth of cultural, historic and recreational amenities. Albemarle County surrounds the City of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia

(POSTED May 11)

 

ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER
City of Williamsburg

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Assistant City Manager

The City of Williamsburg, Virginia (14,068), a prominent, strategically located, independent city known worldwide for its preservation of the founding history of the United States, invites applications from highly skilled candidates to serve as the City’s next Assistant City Manager.

The City operates under a charter which establishes the City as a Council-Manager form of government, with the City Manager serving as the chief of the executive branch. The Assistant City Manager is responsible for supporting the City Manager by completing complex executive and administrative tasks, duties and responsibilities including performing policy analysis, supervisory oversight, special projects and serving as Williamsburg’s Acting City Manager in the absence of the City Manager. The City provides a full range of services to its residents and visitors and operates with a Fiscal Year 2016 total budget of $56 million and staff of 191 personnel.

The position requires a widely experienced, well-rounded professional to work creatively with the City Manager to realize the City’s vision. Competitive candidates will possess a master’s degree with coursework in public administration, business, political science, or related field. In addition, progressively responsible management experience as a Deputy or Assistant Manager in a comparably sized, well-recognized community, business or non-profit organization with a wide range of duties with various departments is required. Past experience should exhibit a high level of interest and successful achievement in areas that include working effectively with a team, economic and community development and working on special projects. It is desired that candidates have a broad knowledge of policy and practices of public administration and business management as well as a demonstrated ability to create and present reports. The individual should also be able to work creatively and independently and possess strong analytical skills. It is essential that the candidate have the ability to promote effective and positive relations with the media, the public, other governments, the business community, City Council members and City staff. Status as an ICMA Credentialed Manager is also desired.

A full profile describing the City and the Assistant City Manager’s position may be found at http://www.williamsburgva.gov/ or on our webpage, https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/.

The City offers a salary which is competitive in the region and is negotiable based on the chosen candidate’s qualifications and experience. Benefits include, but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, paid time off, group life insurance, medical insurance, professional dues and conference expenses. Moving and relocation expenses may be negotiated with the City.

The application deadline is June 2, 2016. To be considered, please submit a cover letter, résumé with salary history and five (5) professional references online by visiting Waters & Company Executive Recruitment (WCER) website at https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com. Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by the City. The City will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in Williamsburg in June 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

The City of Williamsburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.

(POSTED May 10)

 

DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance

HRMFFA

Deputy Executive Director
Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance

Background
Hampton Roads’ economic health is highly dependent on the Federal government, with the military in particular accounting for over 40% of the Region’s economy. These Federal assets are distributed throughout the Region – and their impacts are felt in every locality.

The nation’s defense posture and Federal budgets are dynamic and continually changing. A key to maintaining the health of our economy is constant vigilance, paying close attention to Federal needs and trends, proactively positioning the Region to influence, adapt and embrace these changes.

The Hampton Roads Military and Federal Facilities Alliance (HRMFFA) helps to preserve and expand Federal facilities, linking associated businesses and other similar assets in the 13 cities and counties of Hampton Roads through the proactive development of relationships, data analysis, and strategic planning and execution in order to be the national Region of choice for hosting Federal assets of every type.

Constituent Localities: Chesapeake, Suffolk, Franklin, Virginia Beach, Hampton, Wiliamsburg, Newport News, Isle of Wight County, Norfolk, James City County, Poquoson, York County, Portsmouth

Duties and Responsibilities
Under the guidance and direction of the HRMFFA Executive Director, the Deputy Executive Director shall accomplish the following duties and responsibilities:

      • Serve as advisor on critical military and Federal facility matters.
      • Manage state and Federal lobbying and consulting contracts for HRMFFA.
      • Develop a long-range strategic plan to optimize the Federal presence in the Region. This plan will include likely future Federal budgets; needed Federal legislation; and clear actions that can be taken at the local, regional and state level to optimize partnerships with current and future Federal facilities.
      • Other duties as deemed necessary or as assigned by the Executive Director.

Goals

      • Enhance and expand existing relationships among the Hampton Roads elected leaders, business community, educational and academic institutions, Federally operated or sponsored facilities, and the military to enhance their economic value to the region.
      • Promote and advance an understanding and appreciation at the Commonwealth level for Federal activities as a major economic driver.
      • Continually shape and market Regional attributes so as to be attractive to Federal installations of every type.

The Deputy Executive Director will possess the following attributes:

      • Knowledge of Federal budget process, Federal organizational structure and Congressional structure and functions.
      • Understanding of Federal issues as they relate to Hampton Roads.
      • Experience in successfully administering a significant Federal lobbying or consulting contract.
      • Sufficient stature and background to inspire credibility within the Pentagon and other Federal agencies and Congress.
      • Demonstrated ability and aptitude to professionally collaborate with elected officials at local, Commonwealth and Federal levels.

In addition, it would be desirable for the Deputy Executive Director to have existing relationships (Federal, Commonwealth and local) within the Region and an understanding of local government processes in Virginia.

Education & Experience
Minimum of BS or BA degree from an accredited institution(s). Senior military and/or Federal Executive Service/senior Civil Service experience highly desirable.

Compensation
To be determined based on qualifications.

Send cover letter and resume to Craig R. Quigley at cquigley@hrmffa.org

Closing date is June 3, 2016

(POSTED May 9)

 

FINANCE OFFICER/TOWN TREASURER
Town of Gordonsville

Town of Gordonsville

FINANCE OFFICER/TOWN TREASURER

THE TOWN OF GORDONSVILLE, VIRGINIA is currently accepting applications for a Finance Officer/Town Treasurer. Salary $50,171 – $65,461. This position has been adapted to meet the needs of a growing community and advancing organization.  The ideal candidate should have any combination of education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in accounting or related field and extensive experience in public or private finance administration. Experience in Virginia local government finance/accounting and supervisory experience are preferred. Prior experience should include day-to-day accounting functions, development and successful implementation of annual budgets, use of automated accounting systems, financial forecasting, capital improvement plan development, financial policy development, customer service programs, and employee benefits coordination. Willingness to work in a team oriented environment, successful use of technology to enhance financial performance, communication with elected officials, citizens and staff, and history of stable tenure are important considerations.

The Town of Gordonsville offers a solid benefits package and an excellent working environment in a picturesque small Town located in Virginia’s Piedmont.

Please submit an application packet (cover letter, resume and town employment application) to:
Deborah S. Kendall, Town Manager
Town of Gordonsville
Post Office Box 276
Gordonsville, Virginia 22942.
Application packets must be received by COB on Friday, June 3, 2016.
For inquiries please e-mail the Town Manager’s Office at dkendall@gordonsville.org
or telephone at 540.832.2233.

A position job description and employment application are available on the town’s website at www.townofgordonsville.org.

(POSTED May 9)

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
City of Poquoson

City of Poquoson

Executive Director of Finance
This position is X  exempt or __ non-exempt

PRIMARY FUNCTION: The director is responsible for financial operations. As such, the executive director is responsible for the proper accounting and reporting of financial activities, preparation, and management of the operating budget and capital improvement plan.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Degree in accounting, CPA, MBA, SFO preferred with a minimum of 3 years of financial administrative experience in a public agency or any equivalent combination of experience.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

      • Thorough knowledge of accounting methods and techniques applicable to business and finance
      • Thorough knowledge of the principles of budget development and administration of financial and business management systems
      • Thorough understanding of the state and local government’s budget process
      • Thorough knowledge of generally accepted principles of governmental accounting and budgeting systems
      • Considerable knowledge of management information systems and reporting
      • Complete understanding of the principles and practices of public procurement and risk management
      • Skill to manage/lead staff
      • Ability to direct a variety of accounting and budgetary activities
      • Ability to communicate well orally and in writing
      • Ability to work successfully with department heads and other public officials

GENERAL PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

      • Oversees accounting functions including auditing, budgeting, financial analysis, capital asset, property management, and payroll in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, School Board policies and procedures, and all other applicable rules and guidelines
      • Prepares the annual financial plan
      • Establishes and maintains a system of accounts to ensure that allocations are accurate, revenues and expenses are properly recorded, expenses are within budget limits and fiscal practices are followed
      • Analyzes a variety of financial information (e.g. revenues, expenditures, cash management, cost projections, insurance, etc.) for the purpose of providing direction and support, making recommendations, maximizing use of funds, and ensuring overall operations are within budget
      • Oversees the Health, Dental, and Tax Sheltered Annuity Programs
      • Presents monthly financial update to the School Board
      • Advise and assist in procurement activities for the division
      • Ensures that the Board and division superintendent carry adequate insurance and understand the terms, conditions and limitations of the coverage
      • Oversees grant and contract management and coordinates with legal advisors to finalize agreement terms; monitors contracts and maintains contract documentation
      • Assists in the development of long-term organizational goals and objectives and division policies and procedures
      • Establishes plans to achieve School Board goals
      • Communicates effectively with multiple audiences
      • Facilitates the effective day-to-day operation of the finance department and prepares records for audit
      • Prepares a variety of periodic and special financial and statistical reports to include but not limited to: Annual School Financial, Per Pupil Cost, Maintenance of Effort, Required Local Effort reports
      • Establishes good working relationships and collaborative arrangements with City staff community groups, politicians, and other organizations to help achieve the division’s goals

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary according to School Board Pay Plan and contract length 12 months

REPORTS TO: Division Superintendent

EVALUATION: Performance on this job will be evaluated in accordance with School Board policy and administrative regulations on evaluation of administrative personnel.

APPROVED BY SUPERINTENDENT: April 2016

Apply online at http://www.poquoson.k12.va.us

If you have questions contact Debbie Bunting, Human Resources Coordinator by phone at 757.868.3055 or by email at debbie.bunting@poquoson.k12.va.us

Thank you for your interest!

(POSTED May 9)

 

DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT
James City County

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Development Management Assistant

$30,685/year or higher, DOQ + Full-Time County Benefits

James City County Planning Division seeks an energetic individual to conduct responsible technical work and administrative tasks for the department. Many assignments will require initiative to complete and generally follow set procedures and routines while some will involve more difficult components. Responsibilities: Assists the public and applicants with questions concerning property information, zoning, land use, site plan review procedures, and status of land development applications; Intakes and processes planning related development applications.

Performs technical and statistical research and analyses for development review and comprehensive planning activities. Assists staff with gathering data and preparing reports, presentations, and displays; compiles minutes, staff reports, and attachments for the Planning Commission, Board of Supervisors, and necessary County officials. Gathers and compiles land use, zoning, socioeconomic, marketing and other data, and prepares appropriate reports and displays, as needed. Serves as Planning Division’s office manager; develops and administers operating records, coordinates activities with other sections within division and outside agencies and departments, as appropriate, and provides general administrative support for the division.  Requirements: Requires any equivalent combination of education and experience equivalent to an Associate’s Degree in planning, public administration, applied computer science, business or related area; and, some experience in planning, customer service, clerical support or related field. Must have considerable knowledge of office practices and procedures. Some knowledge of drafting principles, practices, techniques, and equipment, and GIS systems and related software. Ability to conduct research, data collection, statistical analysis, and formulate conclusions and recommendations.  Assemble and organize data and prepare reports from such records.

Accepting application until 11:59 pm (EST) 05/20/2016. Only online applications to our website will be considered.

To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 9)

 

CONSTRUCTION PLANS EXAMINER
City of Manassas

CityOfManassas

CONSTRUCTION PLANS EXAMINER                   Salary range: $55,016 – $90,771

The Community Development Department is seeking an energetic candidate looking for an opportunity that provides excellent growth potential.  The individual will process and review building and site plans to ensure compliance with local, state and federal codes and ordinances including but not limited to the Uniform Statewide Building Code.  Plan review responsibilities encompass all trades for both commercial and residential projects to include building, structural, plumbing, mechanical and electrical.  The position also requires the performance of building and trade inspections on an as needed basis.  This position coordinates with architects, contractors, engineers, homeowners and others to ensure a smooth plan review and permit process.

Hiring Range for this position is: $55,016.00 – $72,883.20 

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Architecture, or related field; supplemented by three (3) years of experience in building inspection, plan review, permitting or building code enforcement;  or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. Must obtain and maintain the following certifications:  Combination Commercial & Residential Plan Reviewer and Inspector; may be required to possess additional certification(s) as deemed necessary by the City.  Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver’s license.

Not all certifications are prerequisites of hire and salary increases are possible as certifications are achieved.

Position shall be considered a technical assistant to the building official, and shall be required to maintain certifications by attending periodic maintenance training as designated by Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development.

TO APPLY, complete the City application at http://www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs 

Position is Open Until Filled

EOE  M/F

(POSTED May 9)

 

RECREATION TECHNICIAN
Powhatan County

Powhatan

Recreation Technician
$11.25 per hour

Seasonal help needed for Powhatan County Parks and Recreation Division of Public Works.  This position is part time and involves primarily weekend and night hours to provide assistance for tournaments and seasonal activities, and will end on 11/30/16.  This position is not benefit eligible.

Duties include groundskeeping and field maintenance duties, to include dragging, raking, watering and lining fields in adverse temperatures and/or weather conditions.  Assists with administration of athletic activities and related scheduling tasks.  Must be able to exert up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently to move objects.  Will require valid Va. Driver’s license and copy of driving record.  Work hours may include nights, weekends and holidays.

Applications may be picked up from the
County of Powhatan Administrative Office
3834 Old Buckingham Road
Powhatan, VA 23139
or online at www.powhatanva.gov.

Position is open until filledPowhatan County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is a Drug Free Workplace, and encourages women, veterans and minorities to apply.

(POSTED May 9)

 

DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS
Powhatan County

Powhatan

Director of Public Safety Communications

Powhatan County is accepting resumes from qualified applicants for the County’s newly created Director of Public Safety Communications. This position requires a Bachelor’s Degree in public administration or related field supplemented by extensive experience in emergency communications with considerable supervisory experience.  This position will manage the County’s Public Safety Radio System and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) projects, to include procurement and implementation.

This position performs highly responsible work for the overall administration of the Public Safety Communications Center (911 Dispatch), and ensures that the Center provides a high level and quality of service that enables the Sheriff, Fire, EMS and other Public Safety units to respond efficiently and effectively.

Candidates shall be able to demonstrate specific and successful experience of CAD Systems, dispatch systems and protocols, and interoperability as applied to law enforcement, fire and EMS in a rural/suburban context; have knowledge of state-of-the-art 9-1-1 systems and associated technologies, and an understanding of law enforcement, fire and EMS operations.

Salary negotiable, based on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefit package includes participation in the Virginia Retirement System, vacation, and sick leave, group life insurance, and medical insurance. Relocation allowance negotiable.

Submit completed County application, letter of application, detailed resume, salary history and work related references to:
Human Resources, County of Powhatan
3834 Old Buckingham Road
Powhatan, VA 23139
or email humanresources@powhatanva.gov.

Position open until filled.  Powhatan County applications can be obtained  from the County’s website at www.powhatanva.gov.

Powhatan County is a drug free workplace and an EOE. 

Women, minorities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

(POSTED May 9)

 

SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST/BUDGET
Loudoun County

Loudoun

SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST/BUDGET

Loudoun County’s Department of Management and Budget (DMB) is seeking a detail-oriented, innovative, and analytical team player to become a core member of its team. DMB, which reports directly to the County Administrator, is a change agent for the County and guides departments through resource allocation and programmatic analysis to create a high-functioning local government organization.

An ideal Senior Management Analyst will share a passion for local government, prioritize problem solving and collaboration, and thrive in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment. DMB is responsible for the coordination and technical work in the preparation and presentation of the County’s annual Proposed and Adopted Budgets; advises and assists departments with financial management and policy development; provides training and consultation to departments in the area of budget, budget systems, and performance management; and guides departments through management analyses and program evaluations to improve the effectiveness of County programs.

The position is high-visibility and produces work products and recommendations that guide the County Administrator and Board of Supervisors on resource allocation decisions for the organization. The analyst acts as a subject matter expert for the financial and policy decisions and analysis for his/her assigned departments. The ideal candidate will have a team-oriented approach, strong analytical and writing skills, a proven record of excellent customer service, a desire to innovate, and a passion for local government. Incumbent is eligible for the County’s benefit package, which includes health, dental and vision insurance; enrollment in the Virginia Retirement System; matching contributions to deferred compensation plan; and annual and sick leave benefits. Loudoun County, Virginia, is located approximately 35 miles outside Washington, DC. Loudoun County plays a key role in the Northern Virginia region and participates in regional undertakings including those related to transportation and road infrastructure, parks, mental health, public safety, and economic development. Recognized as one of the fastest growing counties in the entire United States, Loudoun boasts a thrilling and diverse local economy that will continue to expand as the Metrorail Silver Line opens three new stations within the County over the next four years.

The County’s General Fund budget totals $1.4 billion for FY 2017 and is buoyed by strong residential and personal property values and sales tax and its backbone of nationally-recognized schools. Applicants should include information in the application that demonstrates how previous work, volunteer, and educational experience will make him or her the ideal Senior Management Analyst. Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Master’s degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Business Administration, or a related field with three years of directly related experience in budget, management analysis, performance management, or other related work experience. Experience in public budgeting is strongly preferred. This position requires thorough knowledge of Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Experience with Oracle EBS and Hyperion is a plus and also strongly preferred. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a credit check, DMV and criminal background checks.

Hiring Range: $52,621-$76,784. Recruitment #16-A106-1154. Apply immediately. Visit our on-line employment center at www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply.

EOE

(POSTED May 9)

 

WASTEWATER PUMPING ASSISTANT
James City County

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Wastewater Pumping Assistant

$26,540/year or higher; DOQ + Full-time County Benefits . The James City Service Authority is seeking applicants who are self-motivated and find satisfaction working within our wastewater collection facilities. Responsibilities: Assists with the operation, maintenance and repair of wastewater pumping stations; Performs daily inspection, readings, calculations, and preventative maintenance of sewage pumping stations on assigned route; Tests and monitors operation of pumps and motors, start and exercise generators and fluid checks; Performs preventative maintenance within their route i.e., oil changes, fuel injection system services, electrical inspections, cooling system changes, and vibration and temperature analysis.

Requirements: Experience with wastewater facilities, or mechanical skills is preferred; Duties will be performed in all weather conditions and possibly under harsh environments at sewer pumping stations, and various field locations; Position requires climbing up and down ladders, into wet wells and manholes; Candidate must also possess the ability to function in an environment that requires the use of respiratory protection devices. Must possess, or be able to obtain, a Valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria. Post offer physical exam with drug screening, pulmonary function test, and criminal history and sex offender checks required. Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 5)

 

ASSISTANT COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR & DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
Madison County

Madison

ASSISTANT COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR AND DIRECTOR OF FINANCE

Madison County, Virginia is accepting applications for the position of Assistant County Administrator & Director of Finance. Madison County is a rural community of approximately 13,350 residents located just east of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Central Virginia. The County operates with an annual gross budget of approximately $49.5 million and a total general government staff of 82 full time employees. Under limited supervision the individual selected will be responsible for planning, organizing and directing the County Finance Office. This includes all aspects of governmental accounting, budget preparation and monitoring, as well as financial management and planning. Additional duties shall include human resources and personnel administration and management of grant funding and activities. In the absence of the County Administrator the individual selected will assume increased responsibility for all County operations.

This position requires extensive knowledge of local government operations as well as direct experience in local government finance. Minimum requirements include a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, business management, public administration or related field. Candidate must have a minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in local government finance. Additional information may be found at www.madisonco.virginia.gov or by calling the County Administrator’s Office at 540.948.7500.

Hiring range is $75,000 – $85,000 plus benefits depending on qualifications. This position will remain open until filled, with consideration of applications beginning on June 9, 2016. To be considered please submit a letter of interest, detailed resume outlining career accomplishments and a minimum of three (3) professional references to:

Daniel J. Campbell
Madison County Administrator
302 Thrift Road
P. O. Box 705
Madison, Virginia 22727

*Madison County is an Equal Opportunity Employer*

(POSTED May 5)

 

DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY and/or SENIOR ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY
Albemarle County

Albemarle

DEPUTY COUNTY ATTORNEY and/or SENIOR ASSISTANT COUNTY ATTORNEY

The County of Albemarle is seeking an attorney to join the County Attorney’s Office.  Applicants for the Deputy County Attorney should have: (1) a degree from an accredited law school and Virginia State Bar membership; (2) a minimum of ten years experience as a practicing attorney; (3) considerable experience or demonstrated knowledge in one or more areas in the practice of local government law; and (4) experience or demonstrated competency in conducting civil litigation.  Significant experience in land use law, litigation, and representing public bodies preferred.  Applications may also be considered for a Senior Assistant County Attorney Position. Senior Assistant applicants should meet qualifications 1, 3 and 4 above and have a minimum of six years experience. These positions afford substantial client agency responsibility under the general direction of the County Attorney and an excellent professional working environment in downtown Charlottesville.  Hiring Salary Range for Deputy County Attorney: $83,985 – $110,537; Hiring Salary Range for Senior Assistant County Attorney: $78,276 – $103,025.

DEADLINE:  May 31, 2016. 

APPLY: On-line application and complete job description; Faxed and mailed applications will not be considered.

EOE/Reasonable Accommodation on Request

(POSTED May 5)

 

CITIZEN CONVENIENCE SITE SUPERVISOR
Frederick County

Frederick

Citizen Convenience Site Supervisor
Landfill

Essential duties and responsibilities:

      • Responsible for the overall operation and upkeep of the Citizen Convenience Site at the Frederick County Landfill;
      • Enforces landfill regulations and safety rules at the facility;
      • Coordination, supervision and scheduling of staff and part-time help;
      • Responsible for policing and monitoring of acceptable and non-acceptable waste at the Convenience Site;
      • Responsible for special waste handling and storage;
      • Complete necessary documentation related to the operation of the Convenience Site including accidents, employee actions, public actions;
      • Provides training and information of new policy and procedures related to staff duties;
      • Assists with electronic weight scales and associated computer systems on an at needed basis;
      • Coordination and management of Household Hazardous Waste & E-Cycle Collection events;
      • All other duties as assigned.

Requirements Include:

      • Any combination of education or experience equivalent to High School diploma/GED;
      • Three years or more of direct supervisory/field experience in a similar environment;
      • Existing knowledge or ability to be trained in the rules and regulations governing the operations of both sanitary and construction debris landfills;
      • Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions necessary for the proper operation of varied maintenance equipment;
      • Ability to perform manual labor and lift up to 50 pounds;
      • Ability to work in adverse weather conditions;
      • Ability to establish and maintain working relationship with co-workers, and general public;
      • Ability to work in unfavorable weather conditions, emergency situations, and work flexible schedules, holidays/weekends and be dependable.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

      • General County Application with resume required;
      • Must possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record;
      • Salary Range – $$36,800-$58,800, dependent on experience and/or qualifications.
      • Position is Open Until Filled

County benefits include:

      • Health and Dental Insurance
      • Paid Life Insurance
      • Virginia Retirement System
      • Paid Time Off
      • Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.
Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED May 5)

 

REVENUE SPECIALIST OR SENIOR REVENUE SPECIALIST
Gloucester County

Gloucester

Revenue Specialist or Senior Revenue Specialist

SALARY: $2,183.92 – $2,453.92 Monthly
$26,207.00 – $29,447.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 05/02/16
CLOSING DATE: 05/20/16 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:
Revenue Specialist: Under general supervision, performs technical, clerical, and customer service duties in the Commissioner of the Revenue’s Office by responding to inquiries from the general public, lawyers, and other interested parties regarding assessments. Employee must exercise independent judgment, discretion, and initiative in completing assignments and handling public contact situations requiring considerable tact and courtesy. Reports to the Chief Deputy.

Senior Revenue Specialist: Under limited supervision, performs specialized technical, clerical, and public contact work in the discovery, analysis and processing of property assessments and state income and estimated tax returns. Employee must exercise independent judgment, discretion, and initiative in completing assignments and handling public contact situations requiring considerable tact and courtesy. Reports to the Chief Deputy.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

Click on the links below to review the essential job functions and the entire job description:

Revenue Specialist
Senior Revenue Specialist

 

QUALIFICATIONS:
Revenue Specialist: Possession of a high school diploma/GED. Minimum of three (3) years of closely related work experience, preferably involving assessment of personal property or State income tax.

Senior Revenue Specialist:  Associates Degree in Accounting, Technology or closely related field, supplemented by direct experience in local government handling the more difficult situations and/or taxpayers ensuring the appropriate resolve. Three (3) to five (5) years of experience in governmental tax accounting work and/or closely related work in local government. Any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

Employee must be available to work flexible hours, extended hours, and some weekends during deadlines and peak times.

To be considered for this position, online application must have the following:
A minimum of 3 professional references MUST be listed on the application. (Note: Professional references are individuals who can attest to your job related knowledge, skills and abilities while working or in a volunteer capacity and are not family or personally related. Professional references should include job title, company name and address, phone numbers and email address if available.)

 

EMPLOYEE UTILIZATION IN ADVERSE WEATHER AND EMERGENCY CONDITIONS

All Gloucester County employees are subject to being assigned to specific positions and tasks during a “Declared Emergency” as support personnel, by the County Administrator, the Emergency Management Director, or the Emergency Operations Plan (EOP).  Once assigned, this would be the same as a regular work assignment and all policies and procedures for duty assignments apply.  (Please see Gloucester County Administrative Policy 101.1 – Employee Utilization in Adverse Weather and Emergency Conditions.)

For a complete job description, visit our website: www.gloucesterva.jobs

(POSTED May 4)

 

TOWN MANAGER
Town of Warsaw

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Town Manager

The Town of Warsaw, Virginia (1,498), located on Virginia’s historic Northern Neck in Richmond County, invites applications from highly skilled candidates to serve as the Town’s next Town Manager. The Town Manager serves as the Chief Administrative Officer of the Town and is an ‘at-will’ employee appointed by the Council. Responsibilities of the Town Manager include developing the Town’s annual budget for Council review and approval, preparing Council agendas, overseeing Town departments and ensuring a high level of quality services are provided to the Town’s citizens. The Town operates with a Fiscal Year 2016 budget of $2,623,925 for all operations.
The salary for the position is negotiable based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, vacation and sick leave, group life insurance, medical and dental insurance, professional dues and conference expenses.

Minimum Qualifications:
Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, planning or a related field, with a master’s degree preferred. In addition, a minimum of five (5) years of senior management experience in a comparable local government or related organization is required. Significant experience working in public and/or private sector management in an organization of similar or greater complexity than the Town in both budget and staffing size is preferred. Candidates with private sector experience must demonstrate an understanding of municipal government and its challenges and may be considered on a case-by-case basis. Past local government experience of the candidate must show a high level of interest and successful achievement in areas that include economic and community development, redevelopment, working with and understanding the needs of existing businesses, understanding the needs and challenges of working in a small town setting, building Council and community consensus and dealing with human resources and budget issues.

For more detailed information on this position click here.

The application deadline is June 5, 2016. To be considered, please submit a cover letter, résumé with salary history and five (5) professional references online by visiting Waters & Company Executive Recruitment (WCER) website at https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com. Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by the Town of Warsaw. The Town will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in Warsaw during the month of June 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@springsted.com.

The Town of Warsaw is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED May 3)

 

REENTRY COORDINATOR/PROBATION OFFICER
James City County

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Reentry Coordinator/Probation Officer

$35,477/yr or DOQ + Full Time County Benefits

Colonial Community Corrections (CCC) division of James City County is seeking a responsible individual with the ability to make sound judgement and use discretion to supervise caseload of probationers in need of transitional services in accordance with Evidence Based Practices (EBP), supervision guidelines, and standards set by Colonial Community Corrections’ policies and procedures and the Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS).

Responsibilities:
Conduct interviews, assessments, and evaluations of inmates located in the Virginia Peninsula Regional Jail to determine appropriate level of client supervision and services required for appropriate transition back into the community. Develop and coordinate delivery of applicable client services with appropriate agencies. Facilitate Thinking for Change groups; serve on Reentry Council and other relevant teams and sub-committees; act as liaison between CCC and other collateral agencies. Provide and prepare oral and written progress reports as appropriate.

Requirements:
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, behavioral sciences, rehabilitation counseling, or related field and experience in adult probation, social services, criminal justice, or related field. Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria. Considerable knowledge of theories and practices of social case work and reentry efforts. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Ability to maintain working effective working relationships with other professional groups within and outside local government agencies.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on April 17, 2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 3)

 

EEO OFFICER
City of Chesapeake

CityOfChesapeake

EEO Officer

The City of Chesapeake is seeking a strategic and collaborative leader to serve as an EEO Officer.

The ideal candidate will serve as a member of the department’s leadership team whose primary focus is: EEO, ADA, FML, employee relations, and absence management. The ideal candidate will also proactively work with departments to analyze issues and develop legally defensible options and programs to address concerns/issues; coordinate and direct program work activities with staff and vendors and ensures clear procedures and communications are in place.

Qualified candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree in a related field and six years of varied and responsible professional human resources experience emphasizing EEO, ADA, FML, absence management, performance management, discipline and grievance activities, including related programmatic and or supervisory responsibility.

Salary:  $62,145 – $73,000 DOQ.  We offer a competitive benefit package including annual and sick leave provisions, three health care options, dental insurance, group life insurance, and participation in the State retirement system.

Interested candidates should apply online at www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net.  EOE

(POSTED May 3)

 

TRANSPORTATION PLANNER
Northern Virginia Transportation Authority

NVTA

Transportation Planner

REPORTS TO: Senior Transportation Planner

SALARY: Up to $90,000 (Depending on qualifications and experience)

 

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

•Support the development of updates and amendments to the region’s long-range transportation plan (currently TransAction 2040). This includes supporting project evaluation and public engagement activities, and coordination with members of the TransAction Subcommittee and the NVTA’s external consultants as needed. Support the establishment and use of in-house modelling capabilities.

•Support the development of the NVTA’s Six Year Program in collaboration with the Planning and Programming Committee (PPC). This includes soliciting and reviewing project applications, preparing reports for PPC meetings and drafting summary notes of PPC meetings.

•Monitor implementation of projects receiving NVTA funds with respect to approved project description, schedule and reimbursement requests. This may include review of requests for proposals by member jurisdictions and other agencies, development of a comprehensive project database, enhancement of online project reporting using interactive mapping and/or GIS, and development of a congestion trend monitoring program.

 

QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE:

Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in relevant field, e.g., transportation planning, transportation engineering (with transportation planning experience), public administration (with transportation planning experience), environmental science (with transportation planning experience). A minimum of six years related professional experience in metropolitan transportation planning is required. Master’s degree preferred.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:

Work will typically be performed in a quiet, office environment. Support to Authority (and potentially committee) meetings will be in a public meeting environment that may be crowded and sometimes noisy. Authority and committee meetings are often conducted during evening hours. Attendance at other regional evening meetings may be required. During periods of public engagement, evening and weekend work may be required.

FOR A COMPLETE POSITION DESCRIPTION

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Send resume and cover letter to recruitment@thenovaauthority.org. Cover letter should address salary history and requirements. First review of resumes will occur on May 23rd. Please note, this position becomes effective with the 2017 fiscal year of the Authority. Therefore, the earliest start date for compensation and employment purposes is July 1, 2016.

The Northern Virginia Transportation Authority prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation or disability.

(POSTED May 3)

 

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPERVISOR
James City County

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Administrative Supervisor

$32,994/year or, higher DOQ + Full-County Benefits

James City County Social Services seeks a responsible candidate to perform high level administrative support work supervising assigned staff, handling sensitive or controversial matters, implementing policies, and assisting with daily operations.

Responsibilities: Supervises the selection, performance and work of assigned staff. Performs general support functions while providing guidance and training. Serves as department records manager by coordinating document destruction, monitoring purge deadlines and preparing appropriate reports. Supervises reception and telephone operations.  Ensures accuracy of personnel information in state and local human resources. Facilitate Random Moment Sampling process tracking worker efforts and completing updates as required. Supervise the Electronic Benefits over-the-counter SNAP card issuance process.

Requirements: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma supplemented by course work in a business education program or office administration; considerable experience in related administrative and supervisory work. Must possess, or be able to obtain, a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria. Thorough knowledge of standard office practices and procedures, equipment, and its application to the area of assignment. Ability to work independently, organized, multi-task and be proficient in time management.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on May 13, 2016.  Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED May 3)

 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT/DIRECTOR OF PLANNING
Albemarle County

Albemarle

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT / DIRECTOR OF PLANNING

We are seeking an individual to serve the citizens of Albemarle County, Virginia as the Assistant Director of Community Development / Director of Planning who has demonstrated superior ability leading and managing organizations with comparable characteristics and qualities. Join a dedicated team of principled public servants that are committed to the high performance organization model and achieving excellence through the practice of our core values of innovation, integrity, learning, and stewardship. The Director of Planning is responsible for all aspects of planning and development review in the Department of Community Development, while also ready to act as the Director of Community Development as needed. Albemarle County has a long history of thoughtful planning, resource protection, and community engagement. The Director of Planning is at the forefront of that work and must continually strive to improve that reputation.

Minimum Qualifications: A minimum of graduation from an accredited four year college or university with major work urban and /or regional planning, supplemented by studies in architecture, sociology and related fields.   A master’s degree in urban and/or regional planning is strongly preferred.  Requires at least five years experience in professional planning and community engagement including a minimum of five years of supervisory experience.

For more information on Albemarle County and the position of Assistant Director of Community Development / Director of Planning, please see the Assistant Director of Community Development / Director of Planning Position Profile

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The salary range for this position is $78,276 – $127,773 with excellent benefits including vacation and sick leave, health insurance options and VRS retirement. This is a full time, FLSA Exempt position.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply through Albemarle County’s online application system by Friday, May 27, 2016 at 5:00 p.m. EST. Faxed and mailed applications will not be considered. Anticipated Start Date July 15, 2016.

EEO/EOE

Albemarle County boasts an excellent school system, low taxes, low crime and unemployment rates, a skilled and educated workforce, and a wealth of cultural, historic and recreational amenities. Albemarle County surrounds the City of Charlottesville and the University of Virginia

(POSTED May 2)

 

APRIL 2016

 

SUPERVISING APPRAISER
Albemarle County

Albemarle

Supervising Appraiser
Department of Finance

Exempt, Pay Grade 18

The Supervising Appraiser supervises and leads a team of professional appraisers in the appraisal of all types of taxable and non-taxable real estate to be used as a basis for real estate tax assessments; ensures that the team meets applicable deadlines; responsible for ensuring quality control of team members work; consults and instructs team members regarding office policies and procedures and professional appraisal best practices; reviews assessments at the request of property owners to ensure equity, uniformity, and accuracy of annual reassessments; makes presentations to professional organizations to provide information on the appraisal process. Work is done under limited supervision by the Assistant County Assessor with considerable latitude for the exercise of independent judgment.  Essential functions include and are not limited to the following:

      • Responsible for the supervision of the Appraisal staff to include: provides support for assessments of real property; prioritizes and assigns work, performance management, employee relations, training, special projects and related activities ;
      • Participates in the recruitment, hiring, promoting, and other personnel related activities. Works with other Division staff to ensure cross-training and work coverage.
      • Performs the most complex and highly specialized assessments of industrial, commercial and high end residential properties; reviews appraisals performed by staff for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with all state and local regulations thus ensuring quality control; conducts field inspections; takes measurements of buildings; collects data relative to the number of rooms, type of construction, age, and other statistics and conditions affecting values; analyzes statistics and data; and makes calculations and applies such data to appraisals of specific buildings. Refers to, interprets, and applies Virginia Code and local tax codes and regulations.
      • Collects data relative to land valuations; reviews plats, surveys and maps to determine land attributes and applies in appraising specific parcels of land; and reviews financial data related to the appraisal of real property; reviews building permits issued to appraise new construction, additions and alterations; and reviews and evaluates drawings and plans to determine quality of construction.
      • Interviews persons familiar with property; inspects property; searches public records for sales, leases, assessments, and other transactions to evaluate property and to determine proper value. Writes appraisal reports; develops and writes detailed reports and spreadsheets, summaries, correspondence, and position papers and makes presentations as required.
      • Counsels and/or educates the public providing technical advice and guidance regarding specialized tax programs administered by team members, such as the County’s Land Use Deferral Program.
      • Participates in the Board of Equalization hearing of appeals and requests for changes in valuations; may make reappraisals in connection with hearings. Supports appraisals in hearings and courts of record; meets with public to discuss appraisals on a professional basis.
      • Keeps abreast of local property trends and of modern appraisal methods and techniques.
      • Performs other duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:  A Bachelor’s Degree in Real Estate, Business Management, Economics or a closely related field and five years of experience in real estate appraisals to include high end residential, commercial and industrial appraisals with three years supervisory experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Completion of IAAO Course 101 Fundamentals of Real Property Appraisal, Course 102 Income Approach to Valuation, Course 201 Appraisal of Land, Course 300 Fundamentals of Mass Appraisal, or combination of extensive education/knowledge and mass appraisal experience.

Thorough knowledge of the principals, practices, methods, and techniques of appraising and assessing real estate, building construction practices, techniques and procedures, to include understanding building construction plans and specifications for the purpose of ad valorem property mass appraisal. Ability to supervise, plan, assign work, schedule, train, coach, and evaluate assigned staff. Ability and experience in implementing principles and processes for providing excellent customer service to meet quality standards. Ability to communicate complex ideas, policies, standards, regulations, and proposals both in writing and orally to include preparation of reports. Strong analytical skills; ability to perform arithmetic, algebraic, and statistical applications; employ economic and accounting principles. Proficient in Microsoft office and other relevant software packages.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:  Regular and frequent work involves sitting in an office, work frequently involves performance of a more strenuous physical nature; such as (a) walking over rough or uneven surfaces, (b) bending, stooping, standing (c) working in a confined (motor vehicle) space, light lifting, and operation of a motor vehicle in adverse weather conditions with exposure to potentially severe or disabling injuries. Regular and frequent contacts made with all organizational levels(internally and externally) for the purpose of achieving organization goals and mission. Communication may: (a) not be cooperative, requires tact and discretion; and (b) may cover confidential, sensitive, or controversial material; and (c) reflect need to motivate, persuade, or influence individuals or groups.

SALARY:  Hiring Range: $55,058 – $72,465/annual equivalent/based on experience, education and internal equity.

Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  Until Filled
Please apply online at: www.albemarle.org/jobs

(POSTED April 29)

 

SENIOR PLANNER
Fluvanna County

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Senior Planner

The County of Fluvanna, VA is seeking an experienced Senior Planner.  This position performs professional work in the handling of a variety of assignments in the Planning and Development Department.

Position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, experience in planning and zoning, creativity, strong visionary skills, consensus building ability, and strong interpersonal skills.   Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with major course work in planning or related field, Master’s degree in planning preferred, and considerable experience in professional planning a must.  Work experience in planning or local government preferred.

Salary beginning at $45,024 ($21.65/hour).  Submit a County application, resume, cover letter, and references jobs@fluvannacounty.org. Position open until 5 PM, May 16, 2016.

Applications are available at the county website, www.fluvannacounty.org . EOE

(POSTED April 29)

 

BUILDING INSPECTOR
Fluvanna County

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Building Inspector

 The County of Fluvanna, Virginia, is accepting applications for the position of Building Inspector.

The preferred applicant will have a thorough understanding and experience in building inspection and plans examining work to enforce compliance with Virginia building and environmental codes, regulations and ordinances; researching new construction materials and methods; and providing information to and working with the public to resolve problems.

General knowledge of all types of building construction materials and methods and stages of construction when possible violations and defects may be most easily observed and corrected; general knowledge with state building and related codes laws and ordinances; general knowledge of Zoning Ordinance provisions; ability to detect poor workmanship, inferior materials, and hazards of fire and collapse; ability to read and interpret plans, specifications and blueprints accurately and to compare them with construction in process; ability to solve problems within scope of responsibility; ability to contact property owners, contractors and the public and effect satisfactory working relationships; firmness and tact in enforcing ordinances and codes.

The Building Inspector performs plan checking, examines blueprints or specifications of new buildings or contemplated repairs of old buildings for conformance to zoning ordinances and building codes.  Performs field inspections and re-inspections of residential, commercial and industrial facilities for compliance with building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical codes; enforcing Zoning Ordinances.

The candidate must be in possession of an appropriate driver’s license valid in the Commonwealth of Virginia and have or obtain the state core certification in building, plumbing, electrical and mechanical inspections within eighteen (18) months of employment and environmental and building plan review certification within twelve (12) months of employment.

Salary beginning at $19.25 per hour (annually $40,040) plus benefits. DOQ.

Submit a County application, resume, cover letter, and references by 5:00 p.m., April 3, 2015 to jobs@fluvannacounty.org.

Applications are available at the county website, http://fluvannacounty.jobs /. EOE

(POSTED April 29)

 

ASSISTANT COUNTY ASSESSOR
Albemarle County

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Assistant County Assessor
Department of Finance – Real Estate

Exempt, Pay Grade 20

The Assistant County Assessor performs difficult and complex professional real property mass appraisal work, and facilitates and supports staff in the delivery of competent and accurate real property appraisals. Applies modern methods and techniques of mass appraisal techniques and principles to ensure uniform, reliable and equitable property valuation of all classes/types of property in the County. Responsibilities include planning, organizing, supervising and directing staff under the direction of the County Assessor; Performs complex computer-assisted financial analysis and review of subordinates work. Performs duties of the County Assessor in the absence of that official. Essential functions include, and are not limited to the following:

      • Responsible for planning, managing, directing, supervising, and evaluating activities of the technical, professional, and administrative staff of the Assessor’s Office and setting long and short term goals and ensuring completion of work;
      • Tracks overall work status of Reassessment, New Construction, and Land Use Revalidation throughout the year and directs supervisors and appraisal staff where necessary to ensure timely completion.
      • Oversees the maintenance and development of records and documentation on properties, benchmarking of sales data, construction cost data, income and expense reports and analysis, sale assessment ratio and other statistical reports.
      • Provides guidance to staff regarding the investigation and data gathering required for proper valuation of real estate and verification of land uses.
      • Advises and assists County Assessor on development of staff work assignments, work status tracking, policy revisions, reviews, and supervision of both personnel and their work.
      • Assists in the formulation of departmental policies, goals, and objectives, including appraisal policies for all real property in accordance with laws, rules, regulations, and recognized appraisal standards and best practices (such as IAAO);
      • Assures compliance with appraisal principles, policies, best practices, laws, ordinances, regulations, and guidelines;
      • Analyzes and verifies the work of appraisal and administrative staff, and assists them in the technical and legal aspects of their duties;
      • Makes periodic review and inspection of appraisal records and assures effective follow-up practices, specifically regarding the more difficult properties which require the use of advanced appraisal methods, and assures consistent application of standards;
      • Prepares reports and correspondence dealing with complex valuation and assessment subjects;
      • Make recommendations for hiring, merit reviews, work assignments, performance issues and terminations; Acts as primary department contact for information technology and systems’ matters;
      • Advises County Assessor on approval of major technical decisions;
      • Selects and applies any combination of complex appraisal techniques applicable and necessary to the accurate and defensible determination of property values;
      • Collects data, makes final reviews of property and applies such data to appraisal of land and improvements;
      • On occasion, performs on-site inspection of properties in the County;
      • Audits complex and multi-faceted financial records pertaining to commercial and/or industrial properties;
      • Provides market review of sales ratio data and dispersion equity to benchmark individual properties, groups of properties and the County in general;
      • May be responsible for conducting individual reassessments, including periodic inspections of property;
      • Performs duties of the County Assessor in the absence of that official;
      • Performs related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS:   Any combination of education and related experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Real Estate, Business or Public Administration, Engineering, Law or Economics, and a minimum of seven years of  appraisal and/or mass appraisal experience of progressively increasing complexity including a minimum of 2 years’ experience supervising appraisal staff, with demonstrated ability to perform sales ratio analyses, quality assurance and data modeling and calibration reviews. Must be licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia as a certified appraiser or be willing to obtain Virginia Appraiser license within six months of appointment. A professional designation such as Certified Assessment Evaluator (CAE) and/or a Master’s Degree in the above listed fields is preferred. Significant experience using Computer Aided Mass Appraisal (CAMA) systems, specifically the Vision system, is necessary. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia must be obtained within 30 days of appointment.

Thorough knowledge of the modern principles, practices, objectives, and philosophies of real property assessment, specifically mass appraisal of residential and commercial properties; Thorough knowledge of the laws, rules, and regulations regarding real property appraisal and assessment; thorough knowledge and demonstrated core competencies in the field of appraisal best practices; ability to supervise, plan, organize, and direct the work of subordinate personnel; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with taxpayers, realtors, attorneys, builders, and other County staff; Ability to communicate complex ideas effectively, orally, and in writing; ability to analyze complex factors which would tend to influence the value of property and to exercise sound judgment in the determination of property values. Proficient in Microsoft Office applications. Strong analytical skills and research skills. Efficient, responsible, well-organized, ethical, and dependable.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:  Regular and frequent work involves sitting in an office, work frequently involves performance of a more strenuous physical nature; such as (a) walking over rough or uneven surfaces, (b) bending, stooping, standing (c) working in a confined (motor vehicle) space, light lifting, and operation of a motor vehicle in adverse weather conditions with exposure to potentially severe or disabling injuries. Regular and frequent contacts made with all organizational levels (internally and externally) for the purpose of achieving organization goals and mission. Communication may: (a) not be cooperative, requires tact and discretion; and (b) may cover confidential, sensitive, or controversial material; and (c) reflect need to motivate, persuade, or influence individuals or groups.

SALARY:  Hiring Range: $63,380 – $83,417/annual equivalent based on experience, education and internal equity. Full Range: $63,380 – $103,455
Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  Until Filled

To Apply: www.albemarle.org/jobs

(POSTED April 29)

 

EMT INTERMEDIATE OR PARAMEDIC LEVEL
Madison County

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EMT Intermediate or Paramedic Level

Madison County Department of Emergency Medical Services is currently accepting applications for a full-time opening at the EMT-Intermediate or Paramedic level. Applicants will be contacted for a time to appear when your application and all other required items are received. Applications will remain active for a period of one year, for consideration in connection with any subsequent vacancies.

To be invited for applicant testing the following certifications are required:

Virginia EMT-I or EMT-P

      • EVOC 2
      • ACLS
      • Valid Virginia Driver’s License
      • Proof of release by OMD

Salary: $39,975 / annual

Start date: July 1st, 2016

For more information call:

Robin M. Clark, EMS Lieutenant
540.948.7541

For application and job description:

      • Mail application, copies of all certifications, and OMD release letter to:

Madison County EMS
Attention: Robin Clark
1449 North Main Street
Madison, Va. 22727

(POSTED April 29)

 

MANAGEMENT ANALYST
Town of Ashland

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Management Analyst

The Town of Ashland (pop. 7,300) seeks a motivated, innovative and outgoing professional to assist the town council, the town manager, and various departments with project management, policy and budget analysis, process improvement and special projects. The successful candidate will also serve as the municipal clerk, records manager and parks and recreation manager for the Town, providing a broad range of experience ideal for aspiring future town/city managers and/or deputies. The incumbent employee has resigned to become a deputy county administrator in California.

The management analyst position is located within the town manager’s office and serves as a supporting member of the town’s senior management team. The successful candidate will be a leader in promoting engagement, innovation, excellent customer service and good governance throughout the organization. S/he will also conduct studies and research, provide analysis and make recommendations to the town manager on simple to complex administrative, financial and operational issues.

Candidates should be able to demonstrate a basic knowledge of principles and concepts of municipal administration, the ability to exercise considerable independent judgement in planning and implementing policies and projects, and the ability to develop and maintain effective communications with all internal and external stakeholders. It is anticipated that the successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in public administration or a related field; the preferred candidate will have a master’s degree in public administration/policy and internship/fellowship or other experience working in a local government organization.

The starting salary for this position is $43,408 plus excellent benefits including networking and training opportunities. Background check required. Please submit Town of Ashland application, statement of career goals, resume, and references to Wanda Cornwell, Assistant to the Town Manager, wcornwell@town.ashland.va.us.

EOE.

(POSTED April 28)

 

ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
Cupeper County

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Zoning Administrator

The County of Culpeper, Planning & Zoning Department, is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Zoning Administrator.  The Zoning Administrator is responsible for enforcing the County’s zoning ordinance, subdivision ordinance and the County Code as it pertains to zoning, land use and related activities.

Candidate must have considerable knowledge of County ordinances, State Code, regulations, standards, policies and procedures pertaining to zoning, land use and land development and related planning issues; considerable knowledge of the geographic layout of the County; ability to review documents, to apply Code, and pertinent ordinances; and determine compliance with same; and the ability to speak publicly to various boards and committees.

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in planning, community development or a related field; supplemented by three (3) years of experience performing zoning, land use and land development work.  Candidate must acquire and/or maintain VAZO certification.

Application and position description are available at:https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/culpeper

Applications will be accepted until 11:59 PM EST on May 27, 2016.

EOE

(POSTED April 28)

 

VICTIM WITNESS ADVOCATE
Gloucester County

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Victim Witness Advocate

SALARY: $2,833.33 – $2,833.33 Monthly
$34,000.00 – $34,000.00 Annually

OPENING DATE: 04/21/16
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:

FULL-TIME GRANT FUNDED POSITION

Under general supervision, explains complexities of the criminal justice system and provides crisis intervention services and referrals for specialized counseling or social services to victims of and witnesses to crime. Employee must exercise considerable tact, courtesy, and discretion in frequent contact with program clients, criminal justice agencies, and the general public. Completes work within the framework and mandates of any grant funding this position. Reports to Victim Witness Coordinator and the Commonwealth’s Attorney.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

      1. Provides crisis intervention services for victims of and witnesses to crime and offers referral to counseling or social services. Counsels victims about their options with respect to participating in the criminal justice process.
      2. Assists victims, either directly or by referral, with services including: orders of protection from harm or threats of harm; preparation of safety plans; prompt return of property held for evidentiary purposes; and, crime prevention.
      3. Prepares witnesses for participation in trial proceedings through counseling, courtroom tours, accompaniment to court, and explanation of judicial proceedings in which they will be participating.
      4. Provides victims and witnesses with information on any significant developments in the investigation and adjudication of the cases in which they are involved including: explanation of the steps in the criminal justice process and information on how to obtain the program’s services; information about case disposition; employer intercession services to minimize loss of pay and to ensure that victims and witnesses will be able to cooperate with criminal justice system demands while minimizing unnecessary trips to court.
      5. Provides written material and informs victims about compensation available to them as a result of their victimization and advises them on how to apply for it. Where appropriate, assists victims in completing applications for compensation, acts as liaison between victims and the Division of Crime Victim’s Compensation, and provides follow-up on claims filed.
      6. Provides written material about and an explanation of victim impact statements and assists victims in completing and filing victim impact statements.
      7. Provides written material about restitution and advises victims of what they are entitled to under the restitution provisions of the Code of Virginia; if restitution is ordered, informs victims of that fact, and monitors payments, as needed.
      8. Arranges and/or provides escort or other transportation services related to the investigation or adjudication of the case, if necessary and advisable.
      9. Coordinates and implements direct services to crime victims, such as: disseminating victim assistance materials; recommending written interagency service agreements; maintaining a directory of social services and community resources available to crime victims; and, attending relevant meetings as a program representative.
      10. Establishes and maintains case files and other documentation to include any necessary grant related documentation that may fund and / or supplement this position.
      11. Performs other duties as assigned.
      12. Maintains all policies and procedures set forth by the Commonwealth’s Attorney including, but not limited to, a Statement of Appointment, Policy of Confidentiality and Social Media Policy.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Possession of a high school diploma/GED, plus college courses in criminal justice, sociology, or a related field.
Minimum of one (1) year of experience in direct delivery of human services.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

May be required to work a flexible schedule that varies weekly.
A cover letter and resume are required in addition to the on-line application.
A minimum of 3 professional references must be listed on the application. (Note: Professional references are individuals who can attest to your job related knowledge, skills and abilities while working or in a volunteer capacity and are not family or personally related. Professional references should include job title, company name, address, phone number(s) and email address (if available).

A complete job description is located on our website: www.gloucesterva.jobs

(POSTED April 28)

 

UTILITY OPERATIONS ASSISTANT
James City County

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Utility Operations Assistant

$26,540/year or higher; DOQ + Full-time County Benefits  to include paid leave and holidays. The James City Service Authority is seeking applicants to hire as a utility assistant to work with water and wastewater infrastructure. Main responsibilities include installation, repair, and maintenance of pipelines, manholes, fire hydrants and valves. This is an entry level position with training opportunities for possible advanced positions.

Requirements: Applicant requires the ability to perform strenuous physical labor. Must have knowledge of basic construction techniques, i.e. excavation and pipe laying. Class B Commercial Driver’s License preferred or, must be able to obtain a Class A Commercial Driver’s License within six months of hire. Must be able to perform duties outdoors in all weather conditions, and sometimes under disagreeable or hazardous conditions. Applicant must be able to function in an environment requiring the use of respiratory protective devices. Must possess a Valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria. Post offer checks include driving record check, physical exam with drug screening, pulmonary function test, and criminal history and sex offender checks.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on July 22, 2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov

(POSTED April 26)

 

MAIL CARRIER
James City County

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Mail Courier

$11.87/hour; on-call; applicants must be able to work flexible schedules on an as needed basis. Hours will vary based on needs of the department.

James City County’s Financial and Management Services Department is seeking a Mail Courier to sort, meter, and deliver mail to all County and school buildings on an on-call (as needed) basis.

Responsibilities:  Pick up mail from the Post Office for delivery to the Government Center; sorts interoffice and U.S Postal Service (USPS) mail items and delivers mail to all County and school locations with speed and accuracy.  Assist departments with U.S. postal mailings as necessary; interprets postal lists and USPS mail services as required. Meter and batch U.S. mail.  Forward undeliverable mail to Administrative Specialist for processing. Perform visual inspection and operational safety checks of assigned vehicle daily; report repair needs; report traffic hazards, accidents and other conditions requiring attention including cleanliness. Perform other duties as assigned

Requirements: Must be able to lift up to 15 lbs. Any combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma, and some experience in general clerical work. Must possess a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on James City County’s criteria. Knowledge of the principles and practices of excellent customer service. Ability to maintain and secure confidential materials; skill in handling multiple priorities and organizing workload

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on July 22,2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 26)

 

TRANSIT BUS OPERATOR P/T
James City County

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Transit Bus Operator

Are you people-oriented, safety conscious, and have a good driving record? Consider a career as a professional Transit Bus Operator!  Starting wage of $13.85 per hour, plus paid training, and excellent Part Time Benefits. Candidates must be able to work evening and/or weekend shifts and should have the flexibility to work morning and weekday shifts as needed.

Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) is seeking Operators to provide safe transportation and excellent customer service to residents and visitors of the Williamsburg area. As a member of our team, you’ll play a vital role in a public transit system that provides over 1 million trips per year, connecting people to jobs, school, shopping, recreational activities, and more.

Requirements:  Must be at least 21 years old.  Must possess a valid Virginia Commercial Driver’s License (A or B with passenger and air brakes endorsement) and have an acceptable driving record.  Ability to operate assigned equipment in a safe manner and adhere to time schedules.  Post-offer physical, criminal history and sex offender checks, drug screening, driving record check, and CDL previous employer drug testing check required.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on July 7, 2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 26)

 

TRANSIT BUS OPERATOR F/T
James City County

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Transit Bus Operator

Are you people-oriented, safety conscious, and have a good driving record? Consider a career as a professional Transit Bus Operator!  Full-Time Operators (40 hours/week) earn a starting salary of $28,808 per year, paid training, and excellent Full Time Benefits.

Williamsburg Area Transit Authority (WATA) is seeking Operators to provide safe transportation and excellent customer service to residents and visitors of the Williamsburg area. As a member of our team, you’ll play a vital role in a public transit system that provides over 1 million trips per year, connecting people to jobs, school, shopping, recreational activities, and more.

Requirements:  Must be at least 21 years old.  Must possess a valid Virginia Commercial Driver’s License (A or B with passenger and air brakes endorsement) and have an acceptable driving record.  Ability to operate assigned equipment in a safe manner and adhere to time schedules.  Post-offer physical, criminal history and sex offender checks, drug screening, driving record check, and CDL previous employer drug testing check required.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on July 7, 2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 26)

 

SCHOOL BUS SUPERINTENDENT
City of Harrisonburg

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School Bus Superintendent

SALARY: Hourly $24.90 – $28.64
Biweekly $1,992.00 – $2,291.20
Monthly $4,316.00 – $4,964.27
Annually $51,792.00 – $59,571.20

OPENING DATE: 04/25/16
CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:

Public Transportation Department. Full-time position with benefits. Preferred hiring range: $51,792 – $59,571. Position is responsible for planning, scheduling, and assigning school bus and transportation services for Harrisonburg City Public Schools to include school transportation, field trips, and athletic trips. Plans, schedules, assigns and supervises drivers and vehicles for regular routes, and special events. Ensures compliance with State Department regulations and is responsible for the annual state school bus report. Provides information to the public on transportation schedules, programs, policies, and procedures and resolves transportation problems.

Additionally, the School Bus Superintendent duties include:

      • Advises, assists, and oversees training program with trainers and safety coordinator;
      • Conducts in service training.
      • Has thorough knowledge of all school bus software. Maintains routing program and database of students.
      • Supports Human Resources with maintenance of personnel and payroll records.
      • Maintains required daily reports.
      • Assists in scheduling vehicle maintenance and repairs.
      • Assist in accident investigation, takes photographs, prepares reports when necessary.
      • Responsible for guidance and assisting with creating and maintaining annual school bus budget;
      • Monitors billings for school bus services, field trips, and special arrangement transportation;
      • Provides proper documentation to accounts receivable to Harrisonburg City Schools for new or unbudgeted services;
      • Attends state trainings on school bus certification, obtains and maintains school bus trainer certification;
      • Attends and schedule meetings with Schools, employees and public as required;
      • Leads meetings and agenda for back to school training and education;
      • Attends regional school bus meetings as scheduled;
      • Assists safety coordinator with safety issues and accident reviews;
      • Assists with training new drivers.

The ideal candidate will have thorough knowledge of school transportation principles, practices and procedures; thorough knowledge of departmental objectives, equipment, programs and procedures; general knowledge of office practices and procedures; ability to plan, organize and direct the work of others; ability to express ideas clearly and accurately orally and in writing; ability to collect, summarize and present detailed information; ability to maintain detailed records; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with officials, subordinates, other employees and general public.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Qualifications:  Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or GED with coursework in business administration or related field and considerable experience in transportation management at a responsible level. Valid commercial driver’s license required, or the ability to obtain one within 3 months of hire.

Successful applicants for this position will be subject to a DMV Motor Vehicle check and must satisfactorily complete a criminal background check, physical, credit check and drug screen.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Application deadline: Applications will be accepted until a suitable pool of candidates has been received.  This position may close at any time after 10 calendar days. (Posted 04/25/2016).

The City provides an excellent benefits package including health insurance, retirement, life insurance, paid leave and holidays.

The City of Harrisonburg is an Equal Opportunity Employer

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT: http://www.harrisonburgva.gov/employment

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
409 South Main Street
Third Floor
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
540.432.8920
540.432.7796
employment@harrisonburgva.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer                Job #5611 – (Apr 2016)             SCHOOL BUS SUPERINTENDENT

(POSTED April 26)

 

JAIL SUPERINTENDENT
New River Valley Regional Jail

NRVRJ

Jail Superintendent

The New River Valley Regional Jail is accepting applications for the position of jail superintendent.  To be considered as an applicant, candidates should meet the education, experience and special requirements for the position as listed in the job description.  The ideal candidate will possess well developed leadership and management skills and excellent communication skills.  The successful candidate will oversee and direct jail operations, including supervising personnel, inmates, security, safety, food and health services, and visitation procedures.  This position requires honesty and integrity, effective decision-making, sound fiscal and budgetary skills, policy development expertise, strategic planning and an understanding of the technological systems used in the administration of a jail facility.

In addition, the successful candidate must possess initiative, a broad comprehension of diversity, effective communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability to work cooperatively with multiple levels of the organization with the member agencies to effect organizational change.  The successful candidate will receive a competitive benefits package and a salary that is commensurate with the candidate’s experience and education.

For additional information and application instructions visit http://nrvrj.org/about-nrvrj/employment/announcement-superintendent.html

(POSTED April 26)

 

SENIOR WATER RESOURCES PLANNER/SCIENTIST
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission

HamptonPDC2

SENIOR WATER RESOURCES PLANNER /SCIENTIST – Starting Salary $60,000+ DOQ/DOE

The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission, a regional planning agency, representing the interests of the 1.7 million residents in the 17 localities of Hampton Roads, is seeking a Senior Water Resources Planner/Scientist.   The successful candidate will have expertise in watershed planning and stormwater related regulatory programs to lead the Regional Stormwater Management Program and coordinate the Region’s involvement in the implementation of the Chesapeake Bay TMDL.  Requires weekly travel to meetings within the Hampton Roads region and quarterly overnight travel to meetings within the Chesapeake Bay watershed.  Master’s degree in Environmental Science, Biology, Hydrology, Geology, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Environmental Planning or Policy from a science, engineering, planning or public policy related program.  Bachelor’s degree with at least 5 years relevant experience may substitute for an advanced degree.

Candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to
Kelli Arledge, Human Resources Administrator
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission
723 Woodlake Drive
Chesapeake, Virginia 23320
or via email at karledge@hrpdcva.gov.

Closing date:  May 31, 2016

Additional information is available at http://hrpdcva.gov/page/employment.

EOE

(POSTED April 26)

 

DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES
King William County

KingWilliam

DIRECTOR OF FINANCIAL SERVICES — GRADE 36 — $71,936 – $86,325

GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES

Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to support and represent the Board of Supervisors and County Administrator of King William County. This position is responsible for assisting in the preparation of the annual budget and determination of tax rates to fund the annual budget, supervising the operations and employees of the Financial Department, and assuming responsibilities of the County Administrator in his/her absence. In addition, this position is responsible for administering and monitoring grants, programs and accounts, maintaining all fiscal, procurement and employee files, serving in a variety of positions and on a variety of boards and completing special projects as assigned by the County Administrator.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

      • Assists the County Administrator in preparing and monitoring the county annual budget and determining tax rates necessary to fund the annual budget.
      • Manages the annual financial audit and production of the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
      • Serves as the personnel officer for the County and manages the personnel policy, benefits administration, compensation plan and any other items that fall into the human resources function.
      • Serves as procurement officer for King William County. Ensures compliance with ordinances and regulations during the appropriate process for each purchase done by the County.
      • Supervises operations of the Finance Department to include the personnel and general ledgers along with their reconciliation, payroll and accounts payable. Develops, interprets and implements department and county policy and procedures.
      • Assigns, reviews, plans and coordinates the work activities of 3.5 full time equivalents. Provides work instruction and employee training.  Maintains work standards and evaluates employee work performance.  Responds to employee issues and grievances.
      • Administers and monitors grants and other programs such as Risk Management and Utility Billing
      • Maintains and updates County fixed assets plan for general ledger as well as all fiscal, procurement and employee files.
      • Completes special projects as assigned by the County Administrator. Assists in developing agenda materials and various reports for Board of Supervisors meetings.

 MINIMUM TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE

Bachelor’s degree in business/finance, economics, public administration, or closely related field with a Master’s preferred; supplemented by minimum five (5) years previous experience and/or training that includes governmental accounting and management, public administration and supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. CPA designation is not required but is preferred.

Application form may be obtained on the county web site at www.kingwilliamcounty.us Send county application form and resume including three professional references through online system or to sconley@kingwilliamcounty.us

Open until filled.

(POSTED April 26)

 

DIRECTOR TAX ADMINISTRATION
Fairfax County

Fairfax

Director Tax Administration

Job # 16-00856
$111,411 to $185,685 Annually

The Director serves as the County Assessor and Tax Collector, exercising independent statutory duties subject to appeal to the Board of Equalization, State Tax Commissioner and/or Circuit Court as may be applicable. Extensive responsibility is exercised over the development of effective administrative policies and procedures in the taxation of the County. Subject to the confidentiality restrictions of Virginia law, the Tax Director advises and consults with the County Executive, Chief Financial Officer and other senior management on all property tax assessment and collection matters. This is an appointed position that serves as the pleasure of the County Executive, and employment is therefore “at will.”

General direction and supervision is exercised over the specialized operational divisions within DTA: Real Estate Assessments, Personal Property and Business License Assessments, Revenue Collection, and Administration. The position requires one to have the ability to analyze and interpret complex financial and tax records and reports; deal effectively with the public, the Board of Supervisors, Committees, and other elected officials; and accurately interpret the law. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, are required. Reporting to the Chief Financial Officer, the Director is a member of the senior management team.

For a more detail description of this position, please view the position profile.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a degree in public administration, assessing, appraisal, management, accounting, finance, business or law, or a closely related field, plus ten years of progressively responsible professional experience in real estate/personal property appraisal or revenue management, to include five years at a management level and supervisory experience, developing strategic work plans, management of human capital, and budget development and control.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Possess experience or education in any of the following:

√ A master’s degree in a relevant area of study;
√ Licensed appraiser, preferably with the state of Virginia;
√ Professional designation from the International Association of Assessing Officers or comparable professional appraisal association;
√ Law degree;
√ Certified Public Accountant;
√ Extensive experience in budget preparation, management, development, and implementation;
√ Proven ability to build and establish on-going relationships;
√ Twelve years or more years in local government finance with extensive management experience in tax assessment and collections;
√ Extensive experience managing a large-scale revenue administration department;
√ Ability to solve problems and execute decisions;
√ Excellent senior level leadership, supervisory, and team-building skills;
√ Excellent written and oral communication skills.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: This position is primarily sedentary, and may require lifting of up to 20 pounds with or without reasonable accommodations.
NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: This position, because it is one with financial responsibility, will be subject to a criminal background check and credit check as a condition of hiring and periodically thereafter. Applicant or employee will be required to submit a request for a criminal background check and credit check to the appropriate agency. Applicants/employee in this position must demonstrate financial responsibility in personal finances as a condition of employment. Appointee is required to complete a “Statement of Economic Interest” form at time of hire and annually thereafter.
SELECTION PROCEDURE: Panel interview.
TO APPLY: Apply online at agency.governmentjobs.com/fairfaxcounty by the closing deadline of May 27, 2016 at 5 p.m. EST.
It is the policy of Fairfax County Government to prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, age, veteran status, political affiliation, genetics, or disability in the recruitment, selection, and hiring of its workforce. Reasonable accommodations are available to persons with disabilities during application and/or interview processes per the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact 703.324.4900 for assistance. TTY 711. EEO/AA/TTY.
Profile link: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hr/pdf/dta-director.pdf

(POSTED April 26)

 

CAPITAL PROGRAMS DIVISION CHIEF
Chesterfield County

Chesterfield

CAPITAL PROGRAMS DIVISION CHIEF

Chesterfield County, Virginia (327,745), ideally located in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States and Virginia’s fourth largest county, is seeking applications for the position of Capital Programs Division Chief. This position is responsible for providing leadership and management of the County’s comprehensive facilities capital planning, construction and engineering programs. In addition, the Division Chief works in close coordination with the Department of General Services leadership and numerous stakeholders and has fiscal oversight of project budgets up to $10 million as well as a division budget of $655,000.

Minimum requirements for the position include a bachelor’s degree in architecture; engineering or related field is required. In addition, the individual must possess at least seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in commercial and/or government facility construction and renovation, including five (5) years in a leadership capacity or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Successful candidates will have experience working in the field of construction and actively participating in projects and be knowledgeable about the details of projects. Individuals should possess strong skills in financial planning and budgeting and experience with alternate project delivery methods is also desired but not required. The incoming Division Chief should possess the ability to strategically communicate across all levels; exceptional strategic planning and presentation skills; and the ability to embrace an integrated facilities management philosophy in all facets.

A full profile describing the County, the Division Chief’s position and the County’s programs may be found at http://www.chesterfield.gov/ or https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/.

The salary for the position is negotiable dependent upon the candidate’s education and experience, with the anticipated salary range to be between $107,000 and $115,000. Benefits include, but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, paid time off, group life insurance, medical insurance, professional dues and deferred compensation. Moving and relocation expenses may be negotiated with the County.

The application deadline is May 19, 2016. To be considered, please submit an application, cover letter and résumé with five (5) professional references online by visiting http://www.chesterfield.gov/careers. Following the filing date, applications and supporting documents will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by Chesterfield County. The County will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in Chesterfield in June 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

  Chesterfield County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED April 25)

 

MS4 PROGRAM MANAGER
Albemarle County

Albemarle

MS4 Program Manager
Facilities & Environmental Services

Exempt, Pay Grade 17

The MS4 Program Manager performs complex professional and administrative work in developing, implementing, and coordinating the County’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Program; works with the chief and other Environmental Services staff to maintain compliance with federal, state, and local environmental regulations and achieve County environmental goals.

Essential functions include, and are not limited to the following:

      • Manages the MS4 Program, including program development, implementation, and assessment, data tracking, reporting, and maintaining overall compliance with Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) permit requirements;
      • Assists in the development and implementation of programs and capital projects to address impaired waters in accordance with DEQ Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) requirements and County goals;
      • Assists in the development of initiatives to support the Board of Supervisor’s Strategic Plan related to the protection of the County’s natural resources;
      • Assists in the advancement of County policies related to water resources management and protection;
      • Assists with organizational responsibilities including strategic planning and budget administration;
      • Researches, pursues, and coordinates available grants that can be used to offset the cost of implementing the water resource program;
      • Responds to public concerns and inquiries;
      • Develops educational information and programs for the general public and target audiences to disseminate County regulations and promote environmental awareness and personal responsibility;
      • Supports the storm water facility inspection program through developing improvements to processes, procedures, and data management;
      • Conducts or coordinates field inspections;
      • Monitors potential changes in state and federal legislation and regulations and assists the County in meeting those changes;
      • Assists Community Development Department staff in developing master plans, updating the Comprehensive Plan, reviewing land use activities, and enforcing the Water Protection Ordinance;
      • Contributes to the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of capital projects and existing infrastructure;
      • Prepares requests for proposals (RFPs) and request for qualifications (RFQs), contracts, purchase orders, and other documents as needed to secure external professional and contractor services;
      • Performs other related work as required.

 

QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in water resource management, natural sciences, environmental science or policy, planning, or civil engineering with a minimum of five years of experience in water or natural resources management or a master’s degree in one of the fields listed above with a minimum of three years of experience. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: Must possess, or have the ability to obtain, and maintain a valid Virginia Driver’s License.

A thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of water resource management and protection, land use planning, Erosion and Sediment Control, and storm water management; knowledge of MS4 programs and requirements; a general knowledge of Capital Improvement Program (CIP) project management; ability to interpret and analyze technical and statistical information; ability to prepare and present complex and technical written or oral reports; strong organizational skills; an ability to establish and maintain strong professional relationships with other agencies, elected officials, outside environmental support groups, and County staff. Experience with the use of GIS, databases, and other information management systems strongly preferred.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:  Mix of office work (75%) and field work (25%). Outdoor work requires vehicle operation; extensive walking over difficult terrain, steep slopes, and wet/slippery conditions; and frequent exposure to adverse weather conditions including heat, cold and rain. Administrative environment is typical of office conditions, requiring occasionally lifting and carrying moderate weight (15 – 20 lbs.); regular contact with the public, staff, construction personnel, regulatory agencies, the media, interest groups, County officials, and design professionals.

 SALARY:  Hiring Range: $51,317 – $61,580/annual equivalent based on experience, education and internal equity.
Internal candidates will receive pay adjustments in accordance with Local Government Personnel Policy, §P-60.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:  Until Filled
(POSTED April 25)

 

WATER/WASTEWATER OPERATOR
Charles City County

CharlesCity

Water/Wastewater Operator

Charles City County is recruiting for a Water/Wastewater Operator. The County operates several small water and wastewater facilities serving primarily domestic customers. The ideal candidate will have the knowledge and ability to operate systems according to standard O&M procedures, recognize and troubleshoot operational issues, and assist in planning for the upkeep and maintenance of facilities.  Current holders of water and wastewater licensure will receive special consideration.

The position works under the direction of the Senior Utility Operator and the Director of Public Works.  The successful candidate will be required to work well in a team environment, exercise initiative and independent judgment in completing tasks, and exercise courtesy and tact with the general public.  The position will require outside work and rotational on-call duties.

The deadline for applications is 4:30 p.m., May 12, 2016.  Starting salary DOQ and includes excellent benefits package.

To be considered, please visit www.co.charles-city.va.us to find a County Application and view the full job description.  A County Application along with a resume and cover letter should be addressed to the Management Services Department, 10900 Courthouse Road, Charles City, Virginia 23030 and sent via email with the subject line “Water/Wastewater Operator Application” to ljones@co.charles-city.va.us.  Mailed or paper application packages will not be accepted.  For questions, please call 804.652.4701.

Charles City County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(POSTED April 25)

 

PERMIT TECHNICIAN
City of Manassas

CityOfManassas

Permit Technician

Salary:  $41,371.20 – $68,265.60

The Community Development Department is seeking an individual to perform intermediate technical and customer service work within Development Services Division.  The position is responsible for the review and processing of permit applications and inspection requests, assisting customers, and providing support for the Community Development Department.

Hiring Range: $41,371.20 – $54,828.80

The Permit Technician processes site plans, zoning and building permit applications for all construction work, issues permits for approved building permit applications and Certificates of Occupancies; maintains daily logs of work activities; prepares and scans files; enters information into database; monitors permitting deadlines; and notifies permit holder of renewal requirements.

High school diploma or GED required; supplemented by three (3) years of providing customer service, permit processing, or related field and general office work. Must obtain and maintain the following certifications: VA DHCD Permit Technician; may be required to possess additional certification(s) as deemed necessary by the City.  Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver’s license.

To apply, complete the City application at http://www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs

Applications accepted until position is filled.

EOE  M/F

(POSTED April 25)

 

COMPTROLLER
City of Alexandria

Alexandria

Comptroller

The City of Alexandria is looking for a Comptroller with demonstrated leadership skills, a team-based approach to work, superior interpersonal and analytical skills, and a commitment to excellent customer service. Alexandria’s Comptroller provides administrative and technical assistance to the Finance Director and Deputy Director through directing and coordinating the daily operations of the Finance Department’s Accounting Division.

The Division maintains records on the City’s financial operations, prepares financial reports, prepares checks to fulfill City obligations to vendors, maintains the City’s employee payroll, and monitors expenditures and revenues to determine budgetary compliance.

Of the City’s $671.6 million proposed FY2017 budget, the Finance Department’s budget is $13,908,066. The Accounting Division’s budget is $3,025,662 with 20.45 FTEs who are organized into three areas: financial reporting, accounting, and reconciliation.

Minimum requirements are a bachelor’s degree and extensive experience in accounting, progressively responsible administrative and supervisory experience, and completion of college-level courses in accounting, financial management, business and public administration, computer science, and management information systems; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Preferred qualifications are a master’s degree, designation as a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Virginia local government experience, and at least five years of experience directly overseeing a CAFR, annual audits working with external auditors, and staff supervision. Expertise using Microsoft Excel and all its functionality for complex financial modeling and analyses is also preferred.

The salary for the position is $91,000 – $161,000, with an expected hiring range of up to $120,000, depending on qualifications, with a competitive benefits package.

Applications will be accepted electronically by The Novak Consulting Group at http://thenovakconsultinggroup.com/comptroller-alexandria-virginia and click on Apply Online. Applicants first complete a brief online form and then are prompted to provide one document (Word or PDF) that has a cover letter, resume, and a list of 3-5 professional references. Apply immediately. The position is open until filled with first review of applications on May 27.

Questions should be directed to Catherine Tuck Parrish at apply@thenovakconsultinggroup.com or 240.832.1778

(POSTED April 25)

 

ANIMAL CARE AND ADOPTION CENTER DIRECTOR
Montgomery County

Montgomery

Animal Care and Adoption Center Director

Montgomery County is experiencing a new beginning in the provision of animal care services as the community transitions from the traditional concept of a pound facility to a community- supported “no kill” center. The Director will play a critical role in these transition efforts by developing community support for animal care programs as well as supporting a strong cadre of volunteers to assist with the programs of the new center.  The Director must be committed to creating a “no kill”, adoption-friendly philosophy within the Center.

Duties include managing the functions and employees of the Center who handle animal sheltering of displaced animals, finding adoptable animals homes, and networking of foster homes to support the Center; coordinating with various groups including rescue and animal welfare groups, as well as, various volunteer associations; and developing and implementing marketing and fundraising campaigns.

Successful candidates must possess an attitude of care and concern for the wellbeing of animals; have excellent verbal and written communication skills; have exceptional skills in the care for animals; ability to work well with a variety of customers including county officials, volunteers, rescue groups, advocates, animal control staff and the general public; and strong computer skills and the ability to analyze data and prepare reports.

Position requires a Bachelor’s degree in related field. Certifications and training in animal care preferred; a minimum of five years’ experience in a related animal care environment, with at least 3 years at a managerial level; direct experience in leadership and supervision required.

Minimum salary is $53,518 on July 1, 2016.  Salary dependent upon qualifications and experience.  Excellent benefits including paid health, dental and vision, life, disability, retirement, flexible spending plan, wellness program.

Deadline: All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply by May 15first reviewposition open until filled.

For more information about this position or to apply for accommodation for disabilities, contact Human Resources at 540. 394.2007; TTY/Voice 1.800.828.1120 or 1.800.828.1140); County Job Line: 540. 394.2010; visit our website at www.montva.com/jobs to apply for this position.

AA/ADA/EEO Employer

(POSTED April 22)

 

COUNTY ATTORNEY
Warren County

Warren

COUNTY ATTORNEY

Warren County (est. pop. 38,829), covering 219 sq. miles located in the northern Shenandoah Valley, is seeking highly motivated and skilled candidates with extensive experience to fill the position of County Attorney.  Warren County is known for its prime location; scenic beauty; tourist attractions such as the Skyline Drive, Skyline Caverns, and the Shenandoah River; proximity to numerous colleges and universities; strong school system; and its diverse economy and workforce.

Appointed by and under the general direction of the Board of Supervisors, this full-time position performs complex professional and administrative work in overseeing the legal affairs of the County.  Responsibilities include providing legal advice and representation to the Board of Supervisors, County Constitutional Officers, County Administrator, County Department Heads, the Economic Development Authority, the Board of Social Services, and County commissions and boards; researching law for pending issues and to keep the County updated with new legislation or legislative changes; representation in Court and administrative hearings with such representation to include review and preparation of relative documentation; drafting or supervision of drafting of contracts, deeds, leases, releases, and other legal documents; researching of land and title records and conducting real estate closings and preparation of relative real estate documents; responding to Freedom of Information Act requests and media representative questions. Successful candidate must possess ability to establish and maintain productive and harmonious relationships with County officials, associates, and citizens; comprehensive knowledge of municipal law, tors, contracts, civil rights, administrative process, and real property; comprehensive knowledge of local, state, and federal laws and court decisions affecting municipalities; thorough knowledge of standard office procedures; ability to present complex ideas effectively orally and in writing.  Must be a graduate of an accredited law school and a member of the Virginia State Bar.  Prefer at least five (5) years of experience in practice of law, particularly in local government work and civil litigation.

Salary DOQ with an excellent benefits package.

Applications will be accepted until 5 p.m. on June 1, 2016.

For employment application, including job description, contact
Warren County Administrator’s Office
220 North Commerce Avenue, Suite 100
Front Royal, VA
or by calling 540.636.4600
or by visiting our website at www.warrencountyva.net

EOE

(POSTED April 22)

 

BENEFIT PROGRAM SPECIALIST
James City County

JamesCityNew

Benefit Program Specialist

$32,994 or higher, DOQ + Full-Time County Benefits; multiple positions available

Social Services is seeking individuals to perform responsible paraprofessional work conducting telephone and in-person interviews to determine eligibility for State, Federal, or Local Financial Assistance Programs.

Essential Job Responsibilities: Position ensures accurate and timely benefits are processed according to State compliance and policies. Explains benefit programs and makes appropriate referrals based on customer needs. Monitors cases and resolves any discrepancies.

Requirements: Requires an Associate’s degree in Human Services or related field, and some human services related experience, preferably involving interviewing customers. Must possess, or be able to obtain, a valid Virginia driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record based on County criteria. Ability to work independently, multi-task, and meet deadlines

Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.

Knowledge of personal computers and Microsoft Office Suite software.

Accepting applications until 11:59pm (EST) on July 20, 2016, or until position is filled, whichever comes first. Only online applications to our website will be considered.

To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 21)

 

HUMAN RESOURCES GENERALIST
City of Chesapeake

CityOfChesapeake

Human Resources Generalist

The City of Chesapeake is seeking a qualified human resources professional to provide support to assigned departments in the areas of policy interpretation, employee relations, and recruitment. The incumbent must be a self-starter with exceptional problem analysis/resolution and customer service skills.  Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well both orally and in writing are necessary.

Position requires a bachelor’s degree in a related field and four years of full-time equivalent, directly related professional experience.

Interested applicants should apply at www.jobs.cityofchesapeake.net.

Closing date: May 2, 2016

EOE

(POSTED April 21)

 

SECRETARY-TRAINING DIVISION
Frederick County

Frederick

Secretary – Training Division Fire & Rescue

Frederick County, Virginia Local Government is seeking a Secretary to perform advanced level secretarial, clerical, mathematical, and computer work as pertains to the department function.  The incumbent will assist in planning many phases of the department/division functions.  In addition, the incumbent will support new and potential volunteer members through direct contact during academies and management of the Explorer Program.  Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Training Division Deputy Chief or his/her designee.

The successful applicant:

      • Serves as the Training Division’s primary Secretary;
      • Serves as the back-up receptionist – answers multi-line telephone, greets citizens, contractors, and personnel arriving at the office;
      • Composes and proofreads a wide variety of correspondence and reports from rough drafts, notes, recordings, or verbal instruction;
      • Oversees the maintenance of Training and Volunteer records and files as required;
      • Assists with the organization, maintenance, and control of the inventory of materials and equipment in the Department’s Training Library;
      • Manages Preceptor Program; schedules students with preceptors in accordance with Lord Fairfax Community College (LFCC) and Lord Fairfax EMS Council (LFEMS) guidelines;
      • Serves as liaison with State Fire/EMS program office regarding training and volunteer station training leaders;
      • Manages Explorer Program through training/class coordination and advertisement;
      • Assists with planning / organizing Academy graduations;
      • Executes proper loan forms and maintains a tracking system of materials and equipment on loan;
      • Prepares and distribute incoming and outgoing mail;
      • Performs bulk copying of training materials as required for department sponsored training programs;
      • Prepares and distributes monthly training course schedules, notices, documents, and certifications;
      • Maintains class registrations, rosters and payments;
      • Assists instructors with grading and distribution of class assignments
      • Maintains division schedules;
      • Answers complex questions for customers; answers telephones and responds to telephone inquiries;
      • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements for the position include:

      • High School Diploma/GED required supplemented by coursework in clerical and computer studies;
      • Considerable clerical and computer experience performed in a similar, professional environment required;
      • Minimum of two years related experience in an office setting. Preference given to those with at least two years’ experience in Fire and Rescue Systems.
      • Thorough knowledge and use of standard office practices, equipment, procedures and clerical techniques.
      • The selected candidate must be well versed in social media, have strong public speaking skills, organizational skills, and the ability to multi-task;
      • Ability to file alphabetically, compose correspondence and other materials independently or from verbal instruction, marginal notes or drafts;
      • Must have the ability to establish and maintain professional working relationships with co-workers, officials, volunteers, career staff, outside agencies and the general public. Must possess professional telephone etiquette.

Miscellaneous Position Information:

      • Public Safety Application Required; Cover Letter and Resume recommended;
      • Must possess a valid driver’s license;
      • Salary Range: $29,500 – $47,100; DOE/DOQ
      • Position Expiration Date: 4/28/16 @ 9:00A.

County benefits include:

      • Health and Dental Insurance
      • Paid Life Insurance
      • Virginia Retirement System
      • Paid Time Off
      • Optional Cancer, Accident, Critical Illness, and Life Insurances

 

Public Safety Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted.

Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED April 21)

 

INFORMATION/TECHNOLOGY MANAGER
Caroline County

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Information/Technology Manager

Caroline County is seeking an Information/Technology Manager to join our team. This position serves as the County’s information systems (IT) manager and is responsible for all technical support to various County offices. Performs technical and professional-level work involving the planning, coordinating and operation of computer and networking resources, geographic information system, telecommunications equipment, and associated peripheral equipment to the County.

Qualified candidates should possess a comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of information systems and technology. Must have excellent troubleshooting and problem-solving skills, the ability to communicate effectively, work under minimal supervision and establish and maintain good working relationships with department heads, end-users, government officials and vendors.

Bachelor’s degree in related field required with at least five (5) years of progressively responsible information technology experience or any equivalent combination of education, experience and/or training sufficient to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and abilities is acceptable.

This is a full-time position with a great benefit package. Hiring range is $57,509 to $63,818 DOE.

To apply for this position visit https://co.caroline.va.us/employment and submit a completed application. Open until filled.

(POSTED April 20)

 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR FOR OPERATIONS DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES
Arlington County

Arlington

Deputy Director for Operations
Department of Environmental Services

Arlington County is seeking an experienced, innovative, and results-oriented leader to manage the Operations Division of the Arlington County Department of Environmental Services (DES). This division provides strategic and operational excellence in street and utility (sewer and water) infrastructure maintenance, wastewater treatment, solid-waste management, utility billing, fleet operations, and emergency operations for these service areas.

The Deputy Director for Operations is a member of the departmental executive team and reports to the Department Director. This Deputy Director leads approximately 400 employees and overseas a proposed operating budget of about $20 million in the General Fund and $88 million in the Utilities Fund, with additional funds available for annual capital improvements.

THE IDEAL CANDIDATE

The Deputy Director is responsible for effectively managing the Division’s relationships with the rest of the department (DES), other County departments, other jurisdictions with which Arlington collaborates on street and utility issues, state regulatory agencies, and a highly engaged community

We are looking for an experienced leader with a strong record of achievement and the following:

      • Strong leadership skills at the operations level with the ability to develop effective working relationships and partnerships with staff from many different disciplines and diverse backgrounds;
      • A seasoned senior manager with proven success in a large utility or local government organization, personally committed to advancing sound public environmental policy and operations, dedicated to customer service, committed to teamwork and to the success and growth of employees and especially subordinate managers;
      • Recognized as an innovative, courageous and ethical leader with excellent consensus building skills and the ability to work with divergent interests, listening to and respecting all opinions;
      • Experience in and a commitment to ensuring workplace safety in industrial and work site locations;
      • A strong background in local environmental and public works operations, with the ability to ask critical questions and make independent judgments in these matters;
      • Strong negotiating skills, effective in representing Arlington’s viewpoint with regional partners and with state and federal regulatory agencies, and able to deal effectively with Arlington’s engaged local community;
      • Experience managing emergency operations; and
      • Ability to integrate the perspectives of civil engineering, utility management and environmental science in departmental policies and operations.

Requires: a solid technical background in civil engineering, environmental science, or related field, as evidenced by appropriate academic qualifications and/or professional experience; and the ability to lead a large, diverse local government organization, as evidenced by at least three years of senior management experience in a local government, authority, utility, or comparable environment.

Desirable:

      • P.E. in Civil Engineering or related discipline, or MS in Environmental Science, MPA, MBA or a Master’s degree in a related field.

TO APPLY:  Submit REQUIRED Internet Employment Application at http://careers.arlingtonva.us.  E-mail questions only (no resumes) to EMunsch@arlingtonva.us

Arlington County (VA) Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

EOE/Reasonable Accommodation Upon Request

(POSTED April 19)

 

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Blue Ridge Crossroads Economic Development Authority

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Executive Director

The Blue Ridge Crossroads Economic Development Authority (BRCEDA) is organized under the Virginia Regional Industrial Facilities Act and serves the localities of Carroll County, the City of Galax, and Grayson County (pop. 54,000) in southwestern Virginia.  The Authority has been recognized by the Appalachian Regional Commission, Council for Rural Virginia, and the Virginia Association of Counties for its regional approach to and accomplishments in economic development.  BRCEDA is seeking qualified, professional candidates for the Authority’s executive director position.

Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, site development and marketing of Wildwood Commerce Park (www.wildwoodva.com), promotion and administration of the localities’ regional Enterprise Zone, & supervision and guidance of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) staff.  Abilities to promote collaboration of all parties and agencies engaged in local & regional economic development and to lead business attraction efforts, including marketing, responding to requests-for-information, and leveraging site visits, are critical to the executive director’s success.  Responsibilities are performed under the limited supervision of the Chairperson and Board of Directors of BRCEDA.

The successful candidate should possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Economic Development or Business Administration, or demonstrated experience in local government administration, economic development, business development, and project management, or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Salary negotiable DOQ/E.

Position is open until filled.

Applications consisting of a cover letter, completed Virginia Application for Employment (https://www.trs.virginia.gov/Documents/Gm/stateapp.doc), and detailed résumé, including examples of relevant experience & accomplishments, salary history, and a minimum five professional references, should be directed to
Mr. CM Mitchell, chair, BRCEDA
1117 East Stuart Drive
Galax, VA 24333

First review of applications to begin April 29, 2016.  Finalist shall be subject to pre-employment background and drug screenings.

EOE

(POSTED April 19)

 

WATER PLANT MANAGER
City of Manassas

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WATER PLANT MANAGER                             Salary:  $79,081.60 – $104,769.60

Water & Sewer Department.   The City of Manassas is looking for a qualified candidate to manage the daily operations of the water treatment facility including lake impoundment, dam and storage tank facilities within the City of Manassas, ensuring water quality meets/exceeds local, state, and federal guidelines.

Hiring Range for this position is:  $79,081.60– $104,769.60

Supervises, directs, and evaluates assigned staff.
Manages plant operators and shift supervisors to keep water plant within operational guidelines: Monitors productivity/work flow and resolves problems to ensure deadlines are met.

Reviews and maintains operational records for the plant; develops and writes reports and procedures to comply with changing treatment and plant requirements.

Inspects and maintains treatment and plant equipment for proper calibration and operation to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines: Coordinates and schedules maintenance of operational equipment with maintenance supervisor or outside contractors.

Coordinates and directs communications with engineers during proposed expansion of treatment plant: Supervises installation of computer equipment and operations.

Maintains personnel records on operators and lab technicians: Processes timesheets; and documents vacation, sick leave, disability leave, and other personnel issues.

Maintains inventory of equipment, tools, supplies, and chemicals: Takes physical inventory on regular basis to ensure proper levels are maintained at all times; monitors use of departmental tools and supplies; and submits requisitions as needed for replacement.

Associates degree in related field required; supplemented by three (3) years’ experience in water plant management; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job. Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver’s license with appropriate endorsements

To apply, complete the City application at http://www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs

EOE  M/F

(POSTED April 18)

 

INSTRUCTOR I/II/III (SPECIAL INTEREST/OUTDOORS
James City County

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Instructor I/II/III (Special Interest/Outdoors)

James City County Parks and Recreations is seeking high-energy individuals to plan, execute and instruct Special Interest/Art, and Outdoor Education Summer break programs on an as-needed basis. $12.00-$30.00/hour, DOQ and area of expertise; seasonal positions up to 40 hours per week or year-round positions up to 28 hours/week available. Specifically looking for individuals interested and qualified to teach or assist with camps in areas of Art (youth), Computer Technology, Engineering, Video, or have general Outdoors interested (ex. Biking, rock climbing, hiking) but, will consider many other topics as well. Must be skilled in teaching techniques, organizing time and working effectively with class/program participants. Requirements: High School diploma or, equivalent; supplemented by other course work in related field, experience/education/certification in areas related to class/program or, any equivalent combination of acceptable education and experience. Requires a Virginia criminal history check, sex offender record check and drug test. May require certifications depending on type of class/camp.

Accepting applications until midnight (EST) on May 14, 2016 or until positions are filled, whichever comes first.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 18)

 

CUSTODIAL SERVICES COORDINATOR
James City County

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Custodial Services Coordinator

$28,538/year or higher, DOQ + Full Time County Benefits. James City County’s Facilities Maintenance Division is seeking a Custodial Services Coordinator to fill essential position coordinating the procedural duties associated with general housekeeping at the James City County Recreation Center, as well as other outlying facilities.

Responsibilities: Assigning and monitoring custodial work; Performing administrative duties including preparation of work logs and field reports; maintaining cleaning supplies usage records; Ordering and delivering cleaning supplies to various County buildings; Recommending personnel actions such as hiring, training, and evaluating staff. Performs general housekeeping, floor care, installing or replacing paper dispenses, replacing ceiling tiles, and performing preventive maintenance on all cleaning equipment.

Requirements: A combination of education and experience equivalent to a high school diploma; and considerable custodial experience; supervisory experience preferred; Must have a valid Virginia driver’s license and acceptable driving record based on James City County criteria. Requires considerable knowledge of commercial building cleaning practices, procedures, supplies, and equipment Knowledge of leadership techniques, principles and procedures to assign work, schedule, supervise, train, and evaluate the work of assigned staff. Must have skill in organizing, planning, prioritizing and time management.

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 18)

 

NURSE PRACTITIONER
James City County

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Nurse Practitioner

James City County Olde Towne Medical & Dental Center is seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner to provide primary health care services to patients within a community based clinic serving the uninsured and underinsured. Position is for part time, temporary up to 28 hours/week, no nights or weekends.  New graduates welcome to apply.

Responsibilities: Work in collaboration with physicians and other Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants; Conduct physical exams and patient assessments; Establish treatment plans; Order appropriate diagnostic tests; Prescribe appropriate medications. Requirements: Must be eligible for Virginia prescriptive authority; Requires a Family Nurse Practitioner license from the Commonwealth of Virginia; related experience preferred; Must be certified in specialty.

Accepting applications until position is filled.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 18)

 

PERMIT TECHNICIAN
Sussex County

Sussex

Permit Technician

Application deadline: 4:00p.m., Monday, May 2, 2016

The County of Sussex is seeking candidates for the position of Permit Technician reporting to the Director of Community Development.  This position provides critical support to the Community Development Office by performing difficult, skilled clerical work and providing a variety of administrative and office management support functions. Successful candidate shall be responsible for receiving and processing zoning, building, trades and land disturbance permits, maintaining records and files, issuing certificates of occupancy and serving as back up to the Assistant to the Director of Community Development. Attendance at monthly Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals and Board of Supervisors meetings, as needed, and the ability to make oral presentations.

 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

      • Capability of attending evening meetings.
      • Thorough knowledge of technology; standard office practices, procedures and equip-ment, Microsoft Word and Outlook; typing, Business English, spelling and arithmetic; and the functions and organization of local government; good writing skills a must;
      • Demonstrates ability to work under deadlines; multi-task; maintains detailed records; performs and organizes work independently; manages time; communicates ideas effectively, both orally and in writing; establishes and maintains effective working relationships with the Board, County staff and the general public; to deal with the public courteously and tactfully in all circumstances; and to use discretion.
      • Ability to be flexible.
      • Attention to detail.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

      • The candidate should possess or have the ability to possess within twelve (12) months the
      • Permit Certification from the International Code Council and the Commonwealth of Virginia.
      • Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school  and general clerical work involving contact with the public

SALARY $30,000 – $34,000 DOQ.

Submit cover letter, resume and Commonwealth of Virginia application to Andre M. Greene, Director of Community Development, Post Office Box 1397, 20135 Princeton Road, Sussex VA 23884. Please mark your envelope “Confidential – Permit Technician Position.  NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Post mark dates are not acceptable. EEO/ADA

(POSTED April 18)

 

MANAGEMENT ANALYST/BUDGET
Loudoun County

Loudoun

MANAGEMENT ANALYST/BUDGET

Loudoun County’s Department of Management and Budget (DMB) is seeking a detail-oriented, analytical team player who thrives in a fast-paced work environment to fill a full-time Management Analyst position. The Management Analyst is a member of the DMB team, which performs coordination and technical work in the preparation and presentation of the County’s annual Proposed and Adopted Budgets; advises and assists departments with financial management, budget monitoring and amendments; and provides training and consultation to departments in the area of budget, budget systems, and performance management.

The position is high-visibility and produces work products and recommendations that guide resource allocation decisions for the organization. The position also performs technical work in the review and monitoring of the County’s annual budget and provides excellent customer service to a portfolio of assigned departments. The analyst acts as a subject matter expert for the financial decisions and analysis for his/her assigned departments. The ideal candidate will have a team-oriented approach, strong analytical and writing skills, a proven record of excellent customer service, a desire to innovate, and a passion for local government.

Requires any combination of education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Public or Private Financial Management, or a related field with three years of directly related experience in budget, management analysis, performance management, or other related work experience. Experience in governmental budgeting and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, or a related field are strongly preferred. This position requires thorough knowledge of Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Experience with Oracle EBS and Hyperion is a plus and also strongly preferred. Experience with Oracle based systems is desired. This position works outside of normal business hours on occasion and is expected to attend some night and weekend meetings. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a criminal background, DMV and credit check.

Hiring Range: $46,304-$67,567. Recruitment #16-S306-1112. Apply immediately. Visit our on-line employment center at www.loudoun.gov for more information and to apply.

EOE

(POSTED April 14)

 

DIRECTOR OF BUDGET & FINANCE
Washington County

Washington

DIRECTOR OF BUDGET & FINANCE
COUNTY OF WASHINGTON, VIRGINIA

The County of Washington, Virginia is presently seeking applications for the position of Director of Budget & Finance.  Under the direction of the County Administrator, the director is responsible for oversight of the County’s budget and finance function and advises the County Administrator and Board of Supervisors on major budgeting and accounting.

Generally is responsible for developing and implementing administrative policies and procedures relative to budget; general ledger; procurement; accounts payable and payroll. This position serves as a security officer for the County’s computer systems in coordination with the Director of Information Systems. Ability to manage staff and excellent customer service skills required.  Salary range DoQ, DoE with benefits.

A complete Position Description along with an Application for Employment may be obtained through the
Human Resources Department
Washington County Government Center
1 Government Center Place, Suite A,
Abingdon, Virginia 24210

Applications are also available for print via the County website www.washcova.comApplications will be accepted until the position is filled.

Washington County, Virginia is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED April 13)

 

FIRE AND EMERGENCY SERVICES CHIEF
King William County

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Chief of the King William Department of Fire and Emergency Services
Grade 36 – $71,936 – $95,000
Starting Salary $71,936

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:

– The Chief, working with the County Administrator, shall develop a plan to establish a county Department of Fire and Emergency Services integrating current volunteer departments with County funded resources to establish a combination Fire and Rescue System.
– Establish operational policies, procedures, guidelines and regulations for the Department and serve at the point of control to ensure these items are followed.
– Development and administration of the department budget; approve the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies; approve expenditures and implement budgetary adjustments as appropriate and necessary. This includes preparing projections and funding needs associated with the pay per call formula.
– Establish, within County policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; allocate resources accordingly.
– Lead the procurement and management of the County’s contract to provide EMS services and/or develop plan to hire career staff.
– Respond to incidents as necessary and may, upon arrival, assume command of the emergency scene.
– Serve as the Emergency Management Coordinator and, as such, coordinate prevention, preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation of natural & man-made disasters.
– Develop, implement and maintain the King William County emergency operations plan including the assignment of responsibilities and actions required of local leadership, hazards analysis, the receipt and the dissemination of Homeland Security and disaster warnings, emergency preparedness, emergency operations, disaster analysis and recovery assistance to ensure quick and effective response to the needs of the citizens and community in the event of a disaster.
– Ensure the County’s emergency plans are compatible with the plans and procedures of other key facilities and organizations within the County; serve as a liaison with State, Federal and adjacent county authorities to insure effective disaster preparedness and response capabilities.
– Serve as the Hazardous Materials Coordinator for the County and, as such, coordinate prevention, response and mitigation of hazardous materials exposures.
– Serve as the County Fire Code Official and Fire Marshal.
– Coordinate with the Sheriff’s Office on dispatch issues and protocols.
– Prepare and deliver policy recommendations and presentations to County Administration and the Board of Supervisors.
– The working environment is both indoors and outdoors presenting conditions that may include exposure to adverse weather and hazardous pollutants. The Chief is “on call” 24 hours a day and is expected to perform other job related tasks as assigned or required.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Requirements:

– Bachelor’s Degree and a minimum of 10 years progressively responsible experience (5 years management level)
– Degree should be in Fire Science, Fire Administration, Public Administration, Emergency Management or a related field.
– Appropriate experience and training may be substituted in place of degree requirement.
– Experience in each of the following fields; firefighting, rescue and EMS.
– Candidate should possess the following minimum certifications Firefighter II, Fire Officer I, Fire Instructor I, Hazardous Materials Operations, EMT-Basic and ICS-300. Experience may be substituted for above certifications.
– King William County residency must be established within first twelve (12) months of employment unless waived by the Board of Supervisors.
– Possession of, or eligibility for, a valid appropriate driver’s license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Preferences will be given to one or more of the following:
– EMT-Intermediate or EMT-Paramedic
– Graduate degree in a related field
– Graduate of the National Fire Academy Executive Fire Officer program
– Have a record of success in managing within a combined volunteer/career system.
– Experience with Continuity of Operations plan development and preparation.

PHYSICAL CONDITIONS AND NATURE OF WORK CONTACTS:
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Work involves walking, talking, hearing, using hands to handle, feel or operate objects, tools or controls and reach with hands and arms. Vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee may be required to push, pull, lift, and/or carry in excess of 75 pounds. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderately quiet while in the office or moderately loud when in the field. Work may periodically the employee to climb, balance, bend, stoop, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl. There is frequent exposure to physical and emotional stress, fire, adverse weather conditions and hazardous substances with potential for bodily injury or even death. The employee may be required to work in outside weather conditions, in wet and/or humid conditions, or in high, precarious places.

EVALUATION:
Performance will be evaluated on the ability and effectiveness with which the incumbent accomplishes the above responsibilities. The successful candidate must pass a criminal and background check.

For a complete job description and to apply on-line, visit our website http://kingwilliamcounty.us/departments-and-services/human-resources/

Closing Date: May 2, 2016

(POSTED April 13)

 

COMBINATION INSPECTOR, COMBINATION INSPECTOR/PLANS EXAMINER
Gloucester County

Gloucester

Combination Inspector, Combination Inspector/Plans Examiner

SALARY: Depends on Qualifications
OPENING DATE: 04/08/16
CLOSING DATE: 04/29/16 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:

      • Full-time position working in the Building Inspections department.
      • Hiring salary: Dependent on qualifications and certification(s).

GENERAL STATEMENT OF JOB:
Under supervision, performs technical and skilled inspection work in area of expertise of the building, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings and structures during various stages of construction, alteration, renovation and/or repair. Employee must exercise independent judgment in applying these standards to a variety of work situations.  Employee must also exercise considerable tact, courtesy and firmness in dealing with contractors, property owners and the public.  Reports to the Building Official.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

Click the job title links below for duties and qualifications specific to each position:

ICC = International Code Council
DHCH = Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development
COMBINATION INSPECTOR:

      • Possession of a high school diploma, supplemented by college coursework in engineering, construction management or architecture.
      • Three (3) years of experience as a certified inspector in a local government setting.
      • Possession of ICC or DHCH certifications as Combination Inspector One & Two Family Dwelling and Combination Inspector General.

COMBINATION INSPECTOR/PLANS EXAMINER:

      • Possession of a high school diploma, supplemented by college coursework in engineering, construction management or architecture.
      • Five (5) years of experience as a certified inspector and/or plans examiner in a local government setting.
      • Possession of ICC or DHCH certifications as Combination Inspector One & Two Family Dwelling, Combination Inspector General and Building, Mechanical, Plumbing, Fire and Electrical Plans Examiner.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Positions require a high school diploma or GED, possession of a valid driver’s license, possess and maintain a driving record that meets established Gloucester County Driving Standards.
Pass a post-offer, pre-employment physical examination. Employee may be subject to subsequent physical examinations to ensure he/she meets job-related physical requirements.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

To be considered for this position, online application must have the following:

A minimum of 3 professional references MUST be listed on the application. (Note: Professional references are individuals who can attest to your job related knowledge, skills and abilities while working or in a volunteer capacity and are not family or personally related. Professional references should include job title, company name and address, phone numbers and email address if available.)

For a complete job description and to apply on-line, visit our website www.gloucesterva.jobs

(POSTED April 12)

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR
City of Manassas

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PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR                     Salary:  $98,321.60 – $162,219.20

 

The City of Manassas, Virginia is seeking candidates to fill the position of Public Works Director for a full service Public Works Department.  The ideal candidate is an industry leader with excellent leadership experience to manage, direct and coordinate the work of various divisions within the Public Works Department including Street Maintenance, Traffic Signals, Buildings & Grounds Maintenance, and Fleet Maintenance.  Refuse Collection and Recycling Services are managed by Public Works but are provided via a third-party contractor.

Hiring Range: $98,321.60 – $130,270.40/DOQ

This position works closely with the City Manager, Utilities Department, Engineering Department, and Development Services Department to implement City Council’s vision and strategic plan, to build and maintain the City’s public infrastructure, and to maintain the high quality of life in Manassas.  The City of Manassas has a high-functioning Senior Leadership Team and the Director of Public Works is a key contributing member of this team.  This position reports to the Deputy City Manager.

 

Essential Job Functions:

Supervise, direct, and evaluate assigned staff: Develop and oversee employee work schedules to ensure adequate coverage and control; compile and review timesheets; approve/process employee concerns and problems and counsel or discipline as appropriate; interview potential candidates and makes hiring recommendations; complete employee performance appraisals;  recommend promotions, discipline, termination and salary increases; and train staff in operations, policies, procedures.

Develops and manages annual budget; analyzes monthly financial reports and recommends budget adjustments as necessary.

Works closely with Engineering Department to develop and manage significant capital improvements program with a particular focus on transportation system improvements.  Conducts field inspections and makes complex decisions regarding ongoing capital projects.

Keeps City Manager, City Council, and citizens informed regarding Public Works activities, and generally ensures that the activities are in line with the established goals and objectives.  Ensures that all activities and efforts of the department complement and support City Council’s strategic plan.

Works closely with regional transportation partners including the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority (NVTA) and the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) on transportation related matters and projects.

Represents the City at local, regional and state meetings as required: Attends public hearings and make presentations to public gatherings and City Council regarding departmental proposals, projects, and activities.

Performs special assignments as requested: Researches and prepares reports and projects; develops and implements programs; administers state and federal grants; and presents technical data to City staff and others as needed.

 

Education & Experience:
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering, public administration, or related field is required; Master’s degree strongly preferred; supplemented by a minimum of seven (7) years progressively responsible management experience in public works operations and administration; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

The successful candidate must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver’s license.  Candidates licensed as a Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

This position will be open until filled. Please submit an application by visiting the City website at www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs. Interested candidates must attach a cover letter and resume to the completed City application.  Initial consideration will be given to those applications received by May 9th, 2016.

(POSTED April 11)

 

CITY ENGINEER
City of Manassas

CityOfManassas

CITY ENGINEER                                       Salary:  $91,915.20 – $151,632.00

The City of Manassas, Virginia is seeking candidates to fill the position of City Engineer.  This position leads a multi-discipline engineering services department that provides design, coordination, review, and project management services to other City divisions in the implementation of capital improvement projects.  In addition, this department provides plan review services for all proposed development projects within the City to ensure conformance with the City’s design standards and interface with public infrastructure.  This department is also responsible for the City’s Stormwater Management Program.

Hiring Range: $91,915.20 – $121,763.20/DOQ

The ideal candidate is an industry leader with excellent leadership experience to manage, direct and coordinate the work of a multi-disciplined engineering team including water, sewer, electric, transportation, surveying, stormwater, and GIS.  Direct design and construction management experience in a local government setting will be needed to ensure success in the position.

This position works closely with the City Manager, Utilities Department, Public Works Department, and Development Services Department to implement City Council’s vision and strategic plan, to build and maintain the City’s public infrastructure, and to maintain the high quality of life in Manassas.  The City of Manassas has a high-functioning Senior Leadership Team and the City Engineer is a key contributing member of this team.  This position reports to the Deputy City Manager.

Essential Job Functions:

Supervise, direct, and evaluate assigned staff: Develop and oversee employee work schedules to ensure adequate coverage and control; compile and review timesheets; approve/process employee concerns and problems and counsel or discipline as appropriate; interview potential candidates and makes hiring recommendations; complete employee performance appraisals;  recommend promotions, discipline, termination and salary increases; and train staff in operations, policies, procedures.

Works closely with other City Departments to develop and manage significant capital improvements program.  Coordinates design work and construction management with both city staff and third-party consultants.  Conducts field inspections and makes complex decisions regarding ongoing capital projects.

Manages the plan review process for this department and coordinates work with Development Services to ensure all submitted development plans conform to the City’s design standards and properly coordinate with the City’s public infrastructure.

Supervises Stormwater Program Manager and ensures program is administered correctly and that all maintenance work is coordinated with the Department of Public Works.

Develops and manages annual budget; analyzes monthly financial reports and recommends budget adjustments as necessary.

Keeps City Manager, City Council, and citizens informed regarding capital project activities, and generally ensures that the activities are in line with the established goals and objectives.  Ensures that all activities and efforts of the department complement and support City Council’s strategic plan.

Represents the City at local, regional and state meetings as required: Attends public hearings and make presentations to public gatherings and City Council regarding departmental proposals, projects, and activities.

Performs special assignments as requested: Researches and prepares reports and projects; develops and implements programs; administers state and federal grants; and presents technical data to City staff and others as needed.

 

Education & Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Civil, Mechanical, Structural, or related Engineering Field;  Master’s Degree preferred; supplemented by a minimum of seven (7) years progressively responsible management experience in the design and construction of public infrastructure projects; or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

Must possess and maintain a valid Virginia driver’s license.  License as a Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia is required.  Additional state certifications in erosion and sediment control, storm water management, plan review, etc., are preferred.

 

This position will be open until filled. Please submit an application by visiting the City website at www.manassascity.org/hr/jobs. Interested candidates must attach a cover letter and resume to the completed City application.  Initial consideration will be given to those applications received by May 9th, 2016.

(POSTED April 11)

 

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
Isle of Wight

Isle of Wight

COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR

Isle of Wight County, Virginia (36,007), conveniently located in the Hampton Roads region of Virginia
nestled on the shores of the James River, is seeking applications for the position of County Administrator. Isle of Wight County’s Administrator directs and supervises operations of all County departments, provides administrative support to the Board and is responsible for preparing the County’s annual budget, for advising the Board as to the financial condition of the County and preparing agendas for the regular meetings of the Board. Isle of Wight is governed by the Board of Supervisors, consisting of five members elected by district on a staggered term basis. The County is located a short distance from the major metropolitan hub of Hampton Roads and provides a wide array of comprehensive services to residents. For Fiscal Year 2016, the County operates with a budget of $162.6 million and a real estate tax rate of $0.85 per $100 assessed value. In addition, the County holds a ‘AA+’ bond rating at this time.

Minimum requirements for the position include a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration or related field; with a master’s degree encouraged. In addition, at least ten (10) years of progressively
responsible management experience as a Chief Executive/ Administrator or Deputy Chief Executive/
Administrator in a comparably sized, growing community, business or non-profit organization with a wide range of duties in operation and management is desirable. Past experience of the candidate should exhibit a high level of interest and successful achievement that provides strong leadership in areas that include building transparent systems, utility system management, economic and community development, working with and understanding the needs of existing businesses, understanding the needs and challenges of working in a diverse, but developing rural community, building Board and community consensus and dealing with public finance issues.

A full profile describing the County, the Administrator’s position and the County’s programs may be found at http://www.co.isle-of-wight.va.us/ or https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/postings/862.

The salary for the position is negotiable dependent upon the candidate’s education and experience.
Benefits include, but are not limited to participation in the Virginia Retirement System, vacation and sick leave, group life insurance, medical insurance, professional dues and conference expenses. Moving and relocation expenses may be negotiated with the County. County residency is required within a reasonable time of appointment to the position.

The application deadline is May 8, 2016. To be considered, please submit a cover letter, résumé with salary history and five (5) professional references online by visiting Waters & Company Executive Recruitment (WCER) website at https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com. Following the filing date, résumés will be screened by Waters & Company based on the criteria established by Isle of Wight County. The County will review recommended candidates who most closely meet the established criteria and finalists should be interviewed in Isle of Wight in May 2016. For more information, please contact John Anzivino at richmond@waters-company.com.

Isle of Wight County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED April 11)

 

UTILITY TECHNICIAN-ELECTRICAL/MECHANICAL
Hanover County

Hanover

Utility Technician-Electrical/Mechanical

Public Utilities is seeking a qualified candidate for this technical position.  The incumbent will be performing routine repairs and preventive maintenance on water and wastewater utility electrical/mechanical equipment; repairing and installing electrical/mechanical equipment as needed; and maintaining records.

This position is part of a career development program.  Familiarity with the equipment and techniques necessary to perform assigned work tasks, preferred.  HS diploma or equivalent required, related experience preferred.  Hiring range $26,465 – $48,000 plus benefits.

For more information and to apply, visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com  or call 804.365.6075 (TDD # 365.6140).

EOE/MFDV.

(POSTED April 11)

 

UTILITY TECHNICIAN-COLLECTIONS
Hanover County

Hanover

Utility Technician-Collections

Public Utilities is seeking a qualified candidate for this technical position.  The incumbent will be performing routine cleaning and inspection work of the sanitary sewer collection system. This position is part of a career development program.  Familiarity with the equipment and techniques necessary to perform assigned work tasks, preferred.  HS diploma or equivalent required, related experience preferred.  Hiring range $26,465 to $39,483 plus benefits.

For more information and to apply, visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com  or call 804.365.6075 (TDD # 365.6140).

EOE/MFDV

 (POSTED April 11)

 

UTILITY TECHNICIAN-CONSTRUCTION
Hanover County

Hanover

Utility Technician-Construction

Public Utilities is seeking a qualified candidate for this technical position.  The incumbent will be performing construction work operating construction equipment and tools as required; repairing and installing water and sewer lines and appurtenances as needed; and maintaining records.

This position is part of a career development program.  Familiarity with the equipment and techniques necessary to perform assigned work tasks, preferred.  HS diploma or equivalent required, related experience preferred.  Hiring range $26,465 – $35,741 plus benefits.

For more information and to apply, visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com  or call 804.365.6075 (TDD # 365.6140).

EOE/MFDV.

 (POSTED April 11)

 

BENEFIT PROGRAM SUPERVISOR
Hanover County

Hanover

Benefit Program Supervisor

Hanover County Social Services is seeking qualified candidates for this administrative position.  The incumbent supervises Benefit Programs Specialist who determine eligibility for government assistance programs and provide clerical support to the unit; train, lead and develop staff; and monitor case management services.

Requires considerable knowledge of current social, economic and health issues and trends; principles and practices of effective supervision; public assistance programs, policies and regulations.  Requires working knowledge of computer systems and standard office software to include the State Department of Social Services human services systems.  High school diploma or equivalent required (Bachelor’s degree preferred) with at least two (2) years’ related experience, supervisory experience and /or training preferred.

For more information and to apply, visit www.hanovercountyjobs.com  or call 804.365.6075 (TDD # 365-6140).

EOE/MFDV.

(POSTED April 11)

 

TRANSPORTATION PLANNING PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Region 2000 LGC

Region2000

Transportation Planning Program Coordinator:

The Region 2000 Local Government Council is seeking to fill the position of Transportation Planning Program Coordinator.  The individual selected will be responsible for the development and management of the Central Virginia Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) programs and other transportation and planning related initiatives.

A master’s degree in urban planning or transportation planning is preferred and five years of progressively responsible experience is required or a combination of both education and experience.  A competitive salary will be offered depending on qualifications, with excellent fringe benefits.

Position description, application available at http://www.localgovernmentcouncil.org/about/jobs.html.

Reply with application, resume, cover letter and salary history to hr@region2000.org , fax 434.845.3493 or Region 2000 LGC, 828 Main Street, 12th floor, Lynchburg, VA 24504.

Position open until filledPriority response date, May 17, 2016.

Drug free environment. VRS employer. EOE

(POSTED April 8)

 

DIRECTOR/ENGINEER
Alleghany County

Alleghany

DIRECTOR/ENGINEER
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

 

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED

Alleghany County is accepting applications for a Director/Engineer to lead the Department of Public Works.  Requires considerable knowledge of the functional service areas of a local government public works department, to include but not limited to water, sewer, solid waste management, planning, zoning, building inspections, engineering, and code compliance; preparation, administration, and evaluation of the budgets for the same; considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of civil/sanitary engineering; considerable knowledge of local government human resources principles and practices; and considerable knowledge of risk management principles and practices related to local government public works operations.

Will assume responsibilities for the Public Works Department in operations, management, budget, finance, risk management, and provide general administrative leadership for the Department of Public Works.  Must possess 3 years experience in similar field and relevant bachelor’s degree in public administration, business management, or engineering; experience in public works preferred; licensure as a professional engineer preferred, but not required.

Other combinations of related educational attainment or experience may be considered.  Must demonstrate strong ability to provide leadership and work effectively in a team environment among departmental and local government colleagues.  Requires effective written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking; proficiency in Microsoft Office products; and experience with municipal software.  Work to be performed independently under the general supervision of the County Administrator/Assistant County Administrator with considerable opportunity to apply initiative and judgement.  Must possess valid Va. driver’s license.

Apply by cover letter and resume (include salary history) to:
Alleghany County Administrator’s Office, Attn:  Jon Lanford
9212 Winterberry Avenue
Covington, Virginia 24426

If you have already submitted an application, you do not need to resubmitPosition open until filledStarting salary range negotiable based on experience.

EOE

(POSTED April 8)

 

RECREATION LEADER
James City County

JamesCityNew

Recreation Leader

$9.55/hour or higher DOQ; part-time, temporary positions;

James City County Parks & Recreation is seeking enthusiastic individuals with high energy and ability to work in a team environment to help plan, lead and coordinate recreational activities such as games, sports, arts, crafts and for children (ages 3 months to 11 years old) at James City County Recreation Center.

Work availability will consist of morning shifts only, Monday-Saturday, 9 a.m. – 12 noon.

Responsibilities include:

      • Assisting with and planning a variety of engaging daily recreational activities
      • Ensuring a safe environment for children
      • Assisting with behavior management and record keeping
      • Establishing and maintaining rapport with participants, parents, and staff

Requirements:

      • Some knowledge of child growth/development, safety and health practices and experience working with children in a recreational, educational or state licensed day care program setting is preferred.
      • Post-offer drug screen, criminal history, sex offender and Child Protective Services registry checks and tuberculosis test conducted.
      • Must possess or be able to obtain CPR certification within six months of hire

Click here to read the full job description. Applications will be accepted until midnight (EST) on 04/15/2016 or until positions are filled, whichever comes first.

(POSTED April 8)

 

PARK ATTENDANT (CUSTOMER ASSISTANT)
James City County

JamesCityNew

Park Attendant (Customer Assistant)

$11.87/hour; no benefits; seasonal positions up to 40 hours per week or year-round positions up to 28 hours/week available

James City County Parks and Recreation is seeking a responsible individual to perform responsible work assisting in the daily operation of various County’s parks and outdoor pools.  Selected applicants will be assigned to a designated location, but may be required to work at other locations.  Applicants should be willing to work flexible schedules, which may include weekend, early morning, late evening, and holiday hours.

Responsibilities:

      • Assisting patrons
      • Monitoring activities
      • Maintaining the cleanliness of assigned park(s), which includes picking up litter, emptying trash cans, and cleaning restrooms
      • May include collecting revenue and working concessions in which a food handler’s card will be required

Requirements:

      • A valid Virginia driver’s license and an acceptable driving record based on James City County criteria
      • Excellent communication skills
      • Cash handling experience
      • Experience working with the public, preferably in a park or other public facility

Post-offer drug screening, criminal history/sex offender, and driving records checks will be conducted.

Applicants are strongly encouraged to review the job description link, for information on general aptitude and physical requirements needed to be successful in this position.

Applications will be accepted until 11:59pm (EST) on 06/01/2016, or until the positions are filled, whichever comes first.

(POSTED April 8)

 

CONTROLLER
Goochland County

Goochland

CONTROLLER

Goochland County seeks outstanding candidates for the Controller position with the Department of Finance.  This is a full-time position with benefits.  The incumbent performs a wide range of tasks to assist in the proper maintenance of the County’s general ledger for countywide financial reporting in support of the Deputy County Administrator for Financial Services and other customers.

Primary duties include:

      • Has lead role in compiling the County’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, directly preparing exhibits and schedules for review by the external auditor
      • Likely to serve as Project Manager for the replacement of the County’s financial system software, working with recently hired consultant to procure new software and coordinate the transition from the current Bright system beginning in early 2017
      • Prepares, initiates, and/or approves journal entries as needed
      • Prepares accounting, fiscal, and statistical reports as requested, performing research and analysis of revenues and expenditures and significant variances
      • Provides direct support to the Department of Public Utilities regarding water and sewer enterprise fund accounting and trends analysis
      • Maintains consistency within the County’s chart of accounts, and serves as the capital assets coordinator for the County
      • Oversees budget document submission to GFOA and assists with budget implementation

Minimum Qualifications:

Requires bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, experience in government accounting and financial reporting, and experience with Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook).  Preferred candidate will be a Certified Public Accountant, have thorough knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and current GASB statements as well as Bright/AS400 financial system software with multiple years of entity-wide professional accounting experience in a local government environment.

The hiring range is $70,000 to $85,000, depending on qualifications. An online Goochland County Employment Application is required for consideration of this position and is available at www.goochlandva.usThe deadline to apply is April 22, 2016.  A pre-employment drug screen and background investigation will be required. EOE.

(POSTED April 4)

 

MARKET INTELLIGENCE ASSOCIATE P/T
Frederick County

Frederick

Part- Time Market Intelligence Associate
Economic Development Authority

Frederick County Local Government is seeking a Part-Time Market Intelligence Associate to collect, catalog, maintain, and present a wide range of information from secondary sources that is critical to the work of the EDA. This role is a support position responsible for assisting EDA efforts related to talent engagement, business attraction and business retention.

The successful applicant will:

•Maintain data and analysis for print and electronic marketing materials;
• Provide analytic support to EDA activities;
• Manage the office and industrial building/land database and online site selection tools, maintain and further develop site selection tools, including online listings;
• Research competitive advantages of Frederick County for business retention and attraction purposes;
• Monitor and report target industry trends and opportunities;
• Collect and analyze current and future real estate data and trends;
• Generate market intelligence that impacts EDA strategies;
• Provide data and analysis as needed to support the Business Retention, Business Attraction and Talent Engagement programs;
• Gather raw data to assist with marketing campaigns and special projects (e.g., target industry analysis).

Attributes for the position:

•Two year associates degree with focus study in Business, Business Administration or related area;
• Two to three years of progressively responsible marketing or related experience; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities;
• Previous experience in planning, performing and delivering economic development research;
• Two to three years’ experience using spreadsheets and Microsoft Office software (PowerPoint, Excel, Access, etc.);
• Must be a self-starter with a positive attitude;
• Must have the ability to multi-task and manage multiple priorities;
• Must be committed to service excellence;
• Must be a team player who develops and maintains good working relationships with EDA staff and a wide range of economic development allies;
• Must have the proven ability to treat all information in a confidential manner.

 Miscellaneous Position Information:

•General County Application with resume required;
• Part-Time Position; No Benefits; 26 Hours Maximum per week;
• Pay Rate: $22.00-$30.00 p/hour, dependent on experience and/or qualifications.

General Application available on our websitewww.fcva.us/jobs
Only applicants selected for interview will be contacted
Frederick County is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(POSTED April 4)

 

CITY ASSESSOR
City of Staunton

CityOfStaunton

City Assessor

The City of Staunton is recruiting for a City Assessor to plan, organize and direct the appraisal and assessment of real property in the City. Reporting to the City Manager, the successful candidate will, among other duties, be responsible for implementing procedures in commercial, industrial and residential appraisals, maintaining property tax records and maps, staying abreast on local property value trends, carrying out the biannual reassessment of the City’s 10,000+ parcels, and fulfilling the leadership and administrative duties of the Assessor’s office.

Successful experience working with CAMA software (the City uses Appraisal ® Vision Software), property valuation, problem solving, effective verbal and written communication skills, and the ability to collaborate and build effective working relationships with stakeholders is required.

The position requires significant experience in real property appraisal, coupled with education and experience equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in real estate, economics, business, public administration, or related field; Master’s degree preferred. Appointment is contingent upon certification by the Virginia Department of Taxation for real property appraisal. Salary is DOQ/E.

Apply online at www.staunton.va.us by April 24, 2016.

EOE

(POSTED April 1)

 

DEMOGRAPHER
Prince William County

PrinceWilliam

Demographer

OPENING DATE: 03/30/16

CLOSING DATE: 04/13/16 11:59 PM

Prince William County is seeking a highly skilled professional who is organized and has strong attention to detail to perform demographic research and analysis. The ideal candidate will be a self-starter, who is tech savvy, analytical and who enjoys resolving complex issues and intertwined scenarios.

PREFERENCES: Effective interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills with all levels of the organization. Considerable knowledge of ArcGIS 10.3 or higher is desirable. Project management and leadership experience is a plus.

PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/pwcgov/default.cfm

Prince William County is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity.
(POSTED April 1)

 

FITNESS ATTENDANT
James City County

JamesCityNew

Fitness Attendant

$11.87/hour; Part-time temporary positions. James City County Parks & Recreation department looking for responsible individual to assist and instruct James City County Community Center patrons in the effective use of a wide variety of cardiovascular endurance and strength training equipment.

Responsibilities: Monitors orderly operation of the fitness area; Provides routine maintenance to fitness equipment. Must be available to work flexible schedule to include afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Requires high school diploma or equivalent and some work experience assisting the public, and operation of fitness equipment; or any combination of training and experience providing the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Must possess and maintain CPR-Professional Rescuer and Advanced First Aid Certificate or obtain certification within six months of hire date. Must successfully complete Cybex and Nautilus training within three months of hire date.

Accepting applications until midnight (EST) 06/25/2016 or until the positions are filled, whichever comes first.

Only online applications to our website will be considered. To apply, please visit the James City County Career Center at jobs.jamescitycountyva.gov.

(POSTED April 1)