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Public Policy Associate for statewide, not-for-profit historic preservation organization based in Albany, New York.
Energetic, organized, with excellent communication and social media skills, to support Public Policy and Communications Programs. Will conduct research on policy issues and assist in synthesizing information for use in advocacy and communications campaigns; and identify, manage, and regularly communicate with multiple constituent groups. Strong interest/proficiency in public policy, research, writing, social media and electronic communications. Cover letter, resume, three references, and writing sample to PLNYS, 44 Central Ave., Albany, NY 12206 by September 15, 2017.
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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR – Tompkins County.
Salary Range: $117,083 to $127,234.
MBA/MPA + 8, or BS + 10 years administrative and management experience.
The County Administrator serves as the Chief Executive Officer and
Administrative Head of Tompkins County government. The Administrator
manages a 730‐person, $178 million, organization serving a growing community
of 105,000 residents that is home to Cornell University, Ithaca College and
numerous high‐tech and knowledge‐based firms. Five individuals have held the
position since its creation in 1973.
The County Administrator is appointed by, is responsible to, and serves under
the direction of the 14‐member Tompkins County Legislature. By Charter,
nineteen department heads are appointed by the Administrator, subject to
legislative confirmation, and report directly to the Administrator. (The County
Attorney, Finance Director, and Clerk of the Legislature report directly to the
Legislature; the Sheriff, District Attorney and County Clerk are elected.)
The Administrator serves as the County’s Chief Budget Officer, and is
responsible for the preparation of the annual operating budget and capital
program. The County’s fiscal stability is reflected in its AA+ Moody’s rating.
The position oversees a County workforce of approximately 730 employees,
most of whom are members of the County’s four labor unions. The
Administrator is a senior member of the County’s labor negotiation team.
The position often serves as a point of contact between the County, sponsored
agencies such as the Tompkins Cortland Community College and Tompkins
County Public Library, local human service agencies, major local institutions,
and other governments. The Administrator heads a seven‐person Department
of Administration. The formal responsibilities of the position are set forth in
the County accessible at: http://www.ecode360.com/32006575