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Macomb County – Legislative Analyst

SALARY:  $54,297.54 to $67,871.94

DEPARTMENT: Board of Commissioners

HIRING AUTHORITY: Chairperson of the Board
EMPLOYMENT RELATIONSHIP: At-will under County Human Resources Policy

CURRENT HOURS AND STARTING TIME: Full-time (37.5 hours per week) position. The starting time for this position is currently 8:30 a.m. Evenings and weekends as required by position.


Under direction of the Board Chair, works with the Director of Legislative Affairs to analyze budget-related agenda items and materials that are submitted to the Board of Commissioners, giving special consideration to the potential and probable financial impact to the county and county budget, making recommendations to the Chair or other commissioners as assigned; works with the County Finance Department and other departments/agencies of the county to remain informed of current fiscal status as well as expected changes, keeping the Board of Commissioners informed; performs related duties as assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS (Education and Experience):

A Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, or a related field from an accredited college or university.

Three years of experience in governmental accounting, budgeting or financial/legislative analysis.


A Master’s Degree in Finance, Accounting, Public Administration, Public Policy, Political Science or a related field from an accredited college or university.

For a complete job description, benefits information and online application instructions, please visit our website
Your completed application must be received by 5:00 pm on May 10, 2017.


Kalkaska County - Kaliseum Director


Under the supervision of the Board of Commissioners:

  • Directs and manages the efficient maintenance, service and operation of the Kaliseum Facility.
  • Promotes and markets use of the facility, including current and new programs, services and special events along with the Civic Center and recreational grounds.

Salary: Wage to be determined by the Board of Commissioners.

How to apply: Applications should be submitted to the Kalkaska County Clerk’s office; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; 231-258-3349

Deadline: May 12, 2017

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Wayne County — Director of Personnel/Human Resources

The County of Wayne, Mich., seeks a progressive human resources leader to lead the transformation of the Personnel/Human Resources Department from a solely tactical operation to a strategic, empowered and collaborative partner County-wide. The Director of Personnel/Human Resources is responsible for the strategic direction, as well as tactical implementation, of human resources initiatives. The HR Director will serve as a key strategic partner with executive and senior leaders in developing and supporting Wayne County's strategic priorities. As a strategic partner, the HR Director is also responsible for equipping leaders with the tools to develop and maintain a work environment that reflects the critical role of talent management at all stages of the employee life cycle. This role is the chief architect and implementer of human resources policies, procedures and programs to ensure that the County has the appropriate talent to efficiently and effectively execute its mission and business strategies. The HR Director is also a change agent for the County and serves as chief advocate for employees.


  • Strategic Business Partner – contribute to business strategy by working with executive and senior management on key organizational strategic goals, values and culture; translate strategy into actionable workforce plans and programs
  • Change Agent – champion culture change and drives initiatives to promote organizational culture; partner with senior leaders and managers to lead and facilitate change within the organization
  • Talent Needs/Talent Gaps – assess the workforce's current capabilities, monitor and analyze continuing organizational needs (including expected vacancies), and future labor trends; develop and maintain a formal plan to attract, develop and retain talent; oversee internal and external recruiting and succession management, including all aspects of selection of classified and unclassified employees; actively monitor effectiveness of hiring policies and practices to ensure that the most qualified candidate is identified for each open position
  • Learning Skills and Career Development – develop and implement skills and career development programs to meet the County's varied and wide-ranging needs
  • Compensation and Benefits – develop and implement comprehensive compensation plans, including employee benefits that are competitive and cost effective County-wide; administer employee's benefits programs, including development of benefit plan designs, conducting utilization reviews, and analyzing costs and benefits of alternate insurance plans
  • Labor Relations - direct management of labor relations functions pertaining to investigating and facilitating resolution of classified and non-classified employee related issues/concerns/grievances, developing plans of action to address problem(s), working cooperatively with department directors/managers and union representatives
  • Ability to develop reports with HRIS supported analysis of key organizational drivers such as turnover, succession planning and staffing forecasts
  • Solid financial acumen, including experience with preparing and analyzing budgets
  • Superior written and oral communication, and interpersonal skills


  • Bachelor's degree in human resources, labor relations or other related field (master's degree and/or SPHR certification is preferred)
  • 10 years of related human resources management and labor relations experience
  • Demonstrated knowledge of labor and employment regulatory compliance
  • Highly effective interpersonal and problem-solving skills
  • Proficient HRIS and technical skills
  • Proven strategic partner with analytical capabilities
  • Demonstrated supervisory and leadership skills
  • Ability to adapt and respond to multiple priorities and demands, deal with the concerns of staff, resolve issues and situations in a positive manner and handle a variety of issues of a confidential/sensitive nature

Salary: Commensurate with qualifications

How to apply:

To apply, visit this link and submit the following:

1. Cover Letter
2. Resume
3. Salary expectation and salary history for candidate's last three positions

Wayne County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. AmeriCorps, Peace Corps, military personnel and other national service alumni are encouraged to apply.

Deadline: June 2, 2017

Posted: April 20, 2017

Adams County, Wis. — County Manager/Administrative Coordinator

Adams County, Wis., pop. 20,148, is seeking a County Manager/Administrative Coordinator. With its seat in Friendship, Adams is a progressive county with an excellent quality of life in central Wisconsin. We are seeking an experienced local government executive to lead our organization consisting of 288 employees and a $52.7 million budget.


  • Bachelor's degree (master's degree preferred)
  • Eight (8) years of administrative management and/or financial experience
  • Well-developed collaborative skills
  • History of a team-oriented management style
  • Experience in budgeting and finance
  • Prior county experience is highly valued

Residency within the County within six (6) months of hiring is highly preferred.

Salary: $100,000 plus/minus DOQ. The County provides an excellent benefit package.

How to apply:

Candidates should apply online at with resume, cover letter and contact information for five (5) work-related references by May 20th to the attention of Karl Nollenberger, 630 Dundee Rd., #130, Northbrook, IL 60062; fax - 866-401-3100.

Direct questions to 847-380-3240.

Deadline: Open until filled

Posted: April 12, 2017

Berrien County ― Animal Control Director

Under the supervision of the County Administrator, the Director is responsible for planning and developing animal control operations in accordance with established policies and regulations; maintains responsibility for enforcement of state regulations and county ordinances governing animals and livestock in the county; supervises reporting of animal bites to the Health Department for rabies control follow-up; is accountable for the distribution, sale and revenue received for dog licenses sold in the county; has primary responsibility for managing and administering the county's animal shelter; ensures adherence to established safety procedures and monitors work environment and use of safety equipment; performs employee evaluations; serves as the county's animal shelter director and is assigned responsibility for the operations of the pound areas of the shelter; and performs related tasks as directed by the County Administrator.


  • Bachelor's degree with a major in criminal justice, business administration or animal care-related field
  • Minimum of three years of experience in animal control or law enforcement, which includes a minimum of six months supervisory experience (MCOLES license as a law enforcement officer preferred)
  • OR associate's degree with emphasis on criminal justice, business administration or an animal care-related field and a minimum of five years of experience in animal control or law enforcement, which includes six months of supervisory experience (MCOLES license as a law enforcement officer preferred)
  • No felony convictions
  • Must pass physical and medical examinations and pass drug and alcohol tests and criminal and civil record checks
  • Random and for cause drug and alcohol tests may be required
  • Unless waived by the County, a valid permit from the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) for a license to perform animal euthanasia and sedation per the Board of Pharmacy – Animal Euthanasia and Sedation Rules
  • a valid Restricted Wildlife Damage and Nuisance Control Permit issued to the Department by the MDNR pursuant to Part 401 of 1994 PA 451, and assure the Department's compliance with The Wildlife Conservation Order sections 5.52 – 5.54

Additional duties, requirements and qualifications may be reviewed here.

Berrien County Animal Control is a 24-hour facility, seven days a week with no holidays, so the director must have the ability and willingness to be available at any time as required by the situation.

Salary: $51,962 to $69,634

How to apply:

Applicants should go to and follow the links to job postings.

Deadline: Open until filled

Posted: March 24, 2017

Lapeer County ― Health Director/Officer

Under the direction of the Board of Commissioners, the Health Director/Officer serves as the CEO regarding the non-medical activities of the Health Department; plans, develops, implements and evaluates department programs in accordance with policies established by the Board; researches and makes recommendations for changes to departmental policies; develops the department's operating budget and monitors budget expenditures throughout the year; and represents the department to local, state and federal officials to the advantage of the department and the public health profession.


  • Prepares program plans and budgets for consideration of the Board of Commissioners with provisions made for appropriate medical specialty judgment by the Medical Director
  • Recommends policy, programs and services to the Board of Commissioners and assists the Board in making policy decisions and informs the Board of Commissioners of health care and related issues
  • Implements decisions related to policies, procedures, and provision of services
  • Supervises staff directly and through subordinate managers to ensure a high level of professional service and the maintenance of health standards
  • Directs the evaluation and maintenance of proper documentation for services rendered, as required by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and other funding agencies
  • Collaborates and cooperates with various local, state, and federal agencies concerning public health matters
  • Represents the interests of the Board in regional and statewide organizations and projects that may affect health services in the community
  • Negotiates and administers numerous contracts for provision of services, procurement contracts, and state and federal contracts.
  • Ensures clinical documentation regarding clients is kept secure and confidential and maintained consistent with Health Department policies and procedures
  • Provides 24/7 public health emergency response and oversight

See full description of duties, other details.


  • MPH or MSPH degree
  • Three years of full-time public health administrative experience,
  • OR related graduate degree and five years of full-time public health administrative experience of consistent with the guiding statute (MCL 333.2428; Section 2428)
  • Valid Michigan driver's license

Salary: $86,969.35; health/dental/vision insurance, plus other benefits

How to apply:

Send application/resume to: Lapeer County Board of Commissioners, attn: John Biscoe, County Controller, 255 Clay St., Suite 301, Lapeer, MI 48446. Or you may email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or fax to 810-667-0369.

Lapeer County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Deadline: Open until filled

Posted: March 1, 2017

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