Community Development Commission Assistant Executive DirectorCounty of Sonoma
The County of Sonoma Seeks An Executive Leader To Advance Our Critical Affordable Housing, Homeless Services, and Rental Assistance Programs.
The Community Development Commission (CDC) Assistant Executive Director (ED) plays a critical, executive leadership role in delivering a complex suite of housing programs in furtherance of County strategic priorities related to improving access to stable housing. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Assistant ED oversees all of the agency's program areas, and represents CDC and the County in various high-profile public forums.
Salary: $117,734.45 - $143,113.83 Annually
For more information & to apply online, visit www.yourpath2sonomacounty.org or call 707-565-2331.
EOE Apply by 10/24/17!
Assistant Executive Director Responsibilities
The Assistant Executive Director is responsible for successfully overseeing agency operations and will:
Ideal Candidate Profile
To be successful in this position, ideal candidates will possess the following characteristics and competencies:
What Makes Sonoma County a Great Choice
In addition to generous starting pay, expansive opportunities for growth and development, being part of a challenging and rewarding work environment that offers continuous training and education, and the satisfaction of knowing that you are working to better the communities of our region, you can look forward to some excellent benefits.
Experience: Any combination of training and experience which would provide an opportunity to acquire the knowledge and abilities listed. Normally five years of full-time, professional, in community development, finance, realty. Housing authority, redevelopment, planning or closely related experience, including at least one year in an administrative, management, or supervisory capacity.
License: Possession of a valid driver's license at the appropriate level including special endorsements, as required by the State of California, may be required depending upon assignment to perform the essential job functions of the position.
Considerable knowledge of: principles, practices, techniques of general management; modern personnel and financial administration; management practices and procedures required to assist in planning, organizing, and directing a Community Development Department; and city and county agencies which have a coordinative relationship with the Community Development Commission.
Working knowledge of: written and oral communications, involving language mechanics, syntax, and English composition.
Ability to: plan, direct, organize, coordinate, supervise, train, and evaluate professional and technical employees engaged in Community Development activities; exercise initiative and act with considerable independent judgment; determine work priorities and effectively coordinate and schedule the necessary personnel and other resources; direct the development and implementation of effect training and performance evaluation programs; assist in preparation and administration of the annual budget for the Community Development Department , using modern public agency budgeting principles, practices, and techniques; develop and update departmental rules, regulations, and policies; deal tactfully, convincingly, and effectively with departmental personnel, government officials, representation of specific interest groups, and the general public; determine appropriate research methodology for project studies and ensure that analysis is complete and accurate; direct the preparation of difficult, complex, and specialized projects; effectively assemble, organize, and present in written and/or oral form reports containing alternative solutions and recommendations; advise citizen groups and various boards and commissions orally and in writing concerning specific programs and projects.