The City of Austin is seeking two (2) highly qualified candidates to serve as an Assistant Directors for the Austin Code Department.
Strategic Planning & Standards:
This Assistant Director will demonstrate effective leadership, strategic planning, employee development and be accountable for the functional areas of Program Evaluation/QA (Management Information Systems), Strategic Planning and, as the code training standard for Texas, the Code Academy.
This Assistant Director will demonstrate strengths in leading financial processes and initiatives, up to and including annual budget preparation, financial forecasting, financial reports/budgets, human resources, safety and more.
Graduation with a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four year (4) college or university with major course work in a field related to Engineering, Business or Public Administration, Environmental Management, plus a minimum of seven (7) years of experience in a related field, including two (2) years of experience in a managerial capacity.
One (1) additional year of relevant work experience may be substituted for the required degree with a maximum substitution of four (4) years.
2 openings. Employer will assist with relocation costs.
Ranked as number nine on the 2017 Forbes list of America’s Best Employers, the City of Austin has a Council-Manager form of government and employs 13.8K employees. The City Manager, appointed by the City Council, is responsible to the Council for the management of City employees, and for the administration of all City affairs.
In order to achieve the vision of making Austin the most livable cit...y in the country, Austin’s city government’s mission is to be the best? managed city in the country. The City continues to implement its best?managed mission through transparent business practices, excellence in public service, innovative leadership, and providing services that are reliable, safe, efficient, and above national standards.
The Austin metro area population is more than 2 million people. Geographically, Austin consists of approximately 326 square miles.
Austin is nationally recognized as a great place to live due in part to its diverse population, as well as its promotion of a year-round outdoor active lifestyle. Austin’s quality of life has become its biggest economic development engine, and the City’s diverse demographic structure serves to support and enrich its quality of life. Austin is fortunate to offer a host of broad-ranged educational opportunities as host to six universities, a robust community college system, and numerous other institutions of higher learning.