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Union City Deputy City Manager

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Job Description


The City The City and Community
Union City is a small, culturally diverse, and tight-knit community of approximately 70,000 residents located on the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay. Within 18 square miles, the community’s neighborhoods offer a mix of affordable and upscale homes. The transit-oriented Station District, located around the Union City BART station, boasts housing and business he City of Union City is a small, culturally diverse, and tight-knit community of approximately 70,000 residents located on the eastern shore of the San Francisco Bay. Within 18 square miles, development opportunities with easy, convenient access to major public transit running throughout the Bay Area. The City also has many wonderful parks, sports fields, community centers, and a variety of recreation programs and social services for residents of all ages. 
 
The OpportunityThe Deputy City Manager (DCM) joins the City Manager’s leadership team and will be instrumental in helping the City Manager achieve short- and long-term goals for the City. There are several large projects occurring internally and within the Union City community. For example, the City is implementing a five year plan to significantly upgrade information technology beginning with finance and human resources and later expanding to community development. The City’s Strategic Plan details priorities for the City through FY 2024-2025 and emphasizes goals related to fiscal sustainability, organizational stability and growth, and economic development.
While the exact portfolio of responsibilities for the Deputy City Manager will be determined based on the experience of the successful candidate, a summary of likely responsibilities is listed below:
• Supporting daily City operations;• Leading special projects and initiatives;• Developing Citywide policies, procedures, and programs;• Leading community engagement efforts; and• Providing support to the City Council.
The DCM role will be supported by two management analysts and is expected to work collaboratively with other executive leaders.
 
Ideal CharacteristicsSeasoned local government professional with experience in California municipalities.Working manager prepared to step in and provide all levels of work support.Collaborative leader who will excel in a flat organizational structure and works to seek consensus with leadership team members.
 
Qualifications
Education
Equivalent to graduation from a four-year college with major course work in public or business administration or a related field. Experience
Substantial administrative or management support experience which includes at least three years in an executive leadership position and five years of municipal experience.
 
Salary and CompensationThe salary range for this position is $196,596 to $235,800 annually, dependent upon qualifications. A comprehensive list of benefits is available on the City website and are summarized below.

Retirement: CalPERS Classic employees participating with a 2% @60 years of age or 2% @62 for new members (PEPRA). There are no Social Security deductions (except 1.45% Medicare).
Medical: The City provides up to $2,000 per months for medical, dental and vision premiums. CalPERS health program.
Life Insurance: New York Life (formerly Cigna Life Insurance); $100,000 coverage, the City pays.
Long-term and Short-Term Disability: New York Life; employee pays.
Vacation: Accrual of 80 hours annually.
Holidays: 11 holidays and 27 floating hours per year.
Administrative Leave: The City provides 160 hours of administrative leave at the beginning of each fiscal year
(prorated based on hire date).
Sick Leave: Accrual of 96 hours annually.
Deferred Compensation Plan: The City contributes $100/month into a 401(a) tax-deferred plan. A 457 Deferred Comp Plan is also available on a voluntary basis.
Calgoveba: The City contributes $200/month
Work Schedule: The City operates on a 9/80 schedule.
Employee Assistance Program: The City provides an EAP.

 
We Welcome Your Interest!Interested candidates should apply by
Tuesday, July 12, 20202Please contact Nancy Hetrick with Management Partners at 408-437-5400 or nhetrick@managementpartners.com with any questions.
The City of Union City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of its workforce.