The Resource Management Agency Director position offers an exciting and challenging opportunity for a dynamic, innovative, and confident leader to live and work in beautiful San Benito County. The incumbent will join a team dedicated to delivering quality, results-driven, fiscally responsible services that strengthen our community and enhance opportunity. The Resource Management Agency Director will be responsible for administering and managing the following service areas that make up the RMA: Development Services, Engineering, Long Range Planning, Capital Projects, Integrated Waste Management and other divisions that may be added to the RMA in the future. The Resource Management Agency Director an exempt at-will position and is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the County Administrative Officer.
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REQUIRED CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to:
• Possess a valid California Class C driver’s license or the ability to provide suitable transportation that is approved by the appointing authority.
EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION TRAINING
Any combination of training, education and/or experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities and required conditions of employment listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is:
• Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Engineering, Architecture or Planning; Master’s degree preferred; and
• Three years of executive management experience in a large and complex organization including experience working in local government and working with elected officials.
Additional Salary Information: Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans available with generous County contributions for employees and their dependents.
Current members of CalPERS or a retirement system with reciprocity to PERS will participate in the formula of 2% @ 55. New members as defined by PEPRA are subject to the legislation effective January 1, 2013.
Life Insurance and Long-Term Disability Plan
County provides a $20,000 policy; two voluntary plans including AD&D are available to employees.
Accrual rate based on years of service moving from 2 weeks/year to 4 weeks per year. Eighty (80) hours of
Administrative Leave awarded each calendar year. Paid 13 ½ holidays (includes 3 floating holidays).
About County of San Benito
Located in California’s Central Coast region, 130 miles south of San Francisco, San Benito County (pop.
56,072) maintains a rustic feel while offering a strong sense of community and historic charm in the County’s
two incorporated cities and three unincorporated towns. The County encompasses almost 1,400 square miles
and was formed from parts of Monterey County in 1874. Agriculture is San Benito County’s largest industry
with fertile valley soil supporting some of the most productive farmland in the state. Cool ocean air regulates
the County’s temperature resulting in warm summers and mild winters perfect for enjoying the many outdoor
pursuits available in the area. San Benito County offers visitors and residents a wide array of “hidden”
treasures. In February of 2013, the majestic mountains of Pinnacles National Monument were officially
designated at the 59th National Park in the U.S. The County’s emerging wine country offers highly acclaimed
and award-winning wines set among the scenic landscape of the area. Home to Mission San Juan Bautista, the
County also offers the enjoyment of an array of outdoor recreational activities, agritourism, public library,
museums, art f...estivals, and galleries. The ideal proximity situated between the Silicon Valley and Monterey
Bay provides easy access to the numerous amenities of the big city, while still offering an idyllic and scenic
setting with affordable housing and a quality lifestyle.