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|Organization:||City of Rio Rancho||Job Category:||Other||Job Type:||Full Time||Country:||USA||State/Province:||New Mexico (NM)||City:||Rio Rancho||Salary and Benefits:||$70,793 to $88,492 DOQ/E||Post Date:||01/14/2014||
Deputy Director of Development Services
Seeking a professional to partner with the director to lead a staff of 25 in the delivery of development services in a rapidly growing fast-paced city. The manager serves under the direction of the Development Services Director. The Deputy Director is responsible for assisting the director with the management and leadership of the department. This is a “hands on” position calling for a team leader cognizant of the obstacles and opportunities associated with municipal development. A primary function of this position is to expedite, facilitate, and monitor development projects. This includes working closely with the director and division managers on the basic conceptualization of the efforts through their final presentation, facilitating the resolution of issues regarding development projects, managing internal and external communications, and serving as the department lead for customer service and process improvement. Depending on the expertise of the incumbent, the director may assign direct supervision of one or more department divisions.
Detailed job description, brochure, & requirements available at www.ci.rio-rancho.nm.us
SALARY: Hiring salary $70,793 to $88,492 DOQ/E
QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree in Urban or Regional Planning, Engineering, Business or Public Administration, Geography or a directly related discipline. Master’s Degree preferred. Five years’ experience in municipal planning, zoning, engineering, and/or development, including three years of administrative and supervisory responsibility.
TO APPLY: Qualified professionals should submit cover letter, resume and city application online at www.ci.rio-rancho.nm.us. Position open until filled; first review of applications is 2/14/2014; however, applications may still be considered after that date.