The community development director directs and oversees planning activities for the city, reviews development plans, and works closely with the city’s planning and zoning commission. According to the city’s web site, for the position pays $81,634-$91,838 annually with full benefits and requires a bachelor’s degree and three years’ experience.
The assistant city administrator works closely with the city administrator in administrative work, including helping manage human resources, information technology and economic development, along with other duties. The position’s starting pay is $73,956 to $83,201 per year and requires a bachelor’s degree in public administration or a related field, according to the city’s web site.
The city is including several positions in its current budget, adopted before the city’s current fiscal year, which began July 1. The assistant director of public works will help manage the city’s facilties. The job starting pay is $54,990 a year with benefits. The part-time building inspector averages 29 hours of work a week with a starting pay of $21.70 per hour. The part-time street maintenance worker will work an average of 29 hours per week with a starting pay of $15.23 per hour.
Markworth said the city has already had interest expressed about the positions.
“This is a good city to work in,” he said. The city’s finances are sound and the city is facing and anticipating an upswing in residential growth, he said.