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South Fayette, PA -Township Manager

Township Manager, South Fayette, PA (pop. 15,300) Historic and growing community, South Fayette Township is located in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. Established in 1842 and situated in the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, South Fayette is 17 miles southwest of Pittsburgh. Since 2000, the Township’s population has increased by more than 15% every decade.

Residents enjoy South Fayette’s suburban and country-like living, taking advantage of the metro area’s recreational and cultural activities. Businesses appreciate the direct access to roadways such as Interstate 79, Route 50 and the future Southern Beltway.

 The Township is served by one of the state’s premier school districts, the South Fayette Township School District. Recently, the Township earned Gold status through the Sustainable Pennsylvania Community Certification program, demonstrating a commitment to economic development, social equity and environmental quality.

 The Township is seeking a collaborative and strategic-thinking professional. A record of visibility in the community, proven financial/analytical and labor relations skills is required.  Experience in community development is a plus. The Township has more than 67 FTEs, an $11.6 million budget and is rated AA. The Township Manager reports to a five-member Board of Commissioners.

 The successful candidate will:

  • Have an inclusive managerial style, as well as clear, concise, and open communication skills;
  • Be comfortable working in a fast-paced, growth-oriented environment;
  • Have a record of problem solving, decisiveness and approachability, and is a team player;
  • Possess a passion for public service; and
  • Have proven managerial and leadership skills to direct a high-output, customer-oriented organization.

 Candidates should also have:

  • A minimum of a BA in public or business administration, finance, community planning or related field. 
  • A Master’s degree in public administration, business administration or other advanced executive level training such as ICMA Credentialed Manager is preferred. 
  • Five or more years of increasingly responsible municipal executive-level experience. Assistant administrator experience in a larger community will also be considered.

 The starting salary range is $ 115,000 – $120,000 +/- DOQ, plus excellent benefits. Residency is required.

Candidates should apply by May 14, 2018 with resume, cover letter and contact information for five work-related references to to the attention of Lee Szymborski, Senior Vice President, GovHR USA, 630 Dundee Road, #130, Northbrook, IL 60062. Tel:  847-380-3240. South Fayette Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Posted:Apr 04, 2018


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