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This is an exciting time to work in local government in our region and there are so many new career paths to choose from. Whether you are interested in community planning, marketing, IT, public safety, or environmental health, you can Work Local through local government.
You may be familiar with the phrase "Shop Local"... In our region, we use the phrase "Work Local" to showcase the immense benefit you can bring to your community by working for a city, town, or county.
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The portfolio of the Assistant Town Manager in Morrisville will include varied departments and functions with overlapping responsibilities; therefore, leadership and collaborative aptitude are critical. The Assistant Town Manager will also play a key role in working with the Town Manager and Town Council to implement the Council’s vision and the Town’s strategic plan.
Works with the Mayor and Council to develop consensus on a clear vision of the future of the community and the organization; manages and supervises the Town government staff; maintains accountability for the hiring, training, performance management, retention, and separation of all Town employees;Serves as budget developer, balances budget, finds grants and oversees/ handles the Town's financials.
Performs difficult professional and intermediate administrative work investigating, reviewing and evaluating local environmental conditions and characteristics; does related work as required. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Environmental Sustainability Coordinator and the Planning Director.
The Stormwater Education Specialist will create and conduct public education and outreach campaigns around stormwater, water quality, nutrient reduction, and pollution prevention to further County efforts to comply with NC Nutrient Management Strategies. Salary range is $52,730 - $89,577.
The GIS Technician will take part in a variety of long-range planning studies, public engagement efforts, transportation project development, and technical analysis. The primary function of this position is to provide support for planning, GIS, and modeling staff on various technical and planning projects. Work is performed under the general supervision of the GIS Analyst.
Cary is seeking an experienced, collaborative, innovative Development Liaison to perform professional work serving as a primary point of contact for customers; coordinating and explaining Town development processes and requirements in an understandable, professional and customer-friendly manner to both internal and external stakeholders.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: The purpose of the Operations & Maintenance II position is to perform, as lead, routine skilled and technical work in the operation of the Triangle Wastewater Treatment Plant (TWWTP). Must possess a NC Biological Wastewater Grade III Certification.
Plan departmental fiscal activities High-level financial planning, analysis, forecasting, accounting Direct & manage funds, capital programs, enterprise reserves Use financial models & scenario analysis Set enterprise fees-for-service to support a 7-year balanced budget Engage in business intelligence solutions Prepare annual budget presentation Manage a team
The Digital Marketing Specialist develops, implements, documents, and monitors a digital media strategy that conveys Cary’s values, communicates key messages, promotes major events and initiatives, and brings brand awareness to a national audience.
The Marketing Strategist will identify opportunities to convey Cary’s core values, communicate key messages, reinforce brand consistency, promote major events and initiatives, and increase awareness to a national and international audience. We are looking for an outgoing, strategic thinker with an established record of networking, media relations, and placement at the regional and national levels.
The Housing and Community Services Department works to implement the Town’s affordable housing goals, to strengthen the network of community nonprofits, to connect Carrboro’s most vulnerable residents to vital services, and to provide response to resident concerns about housing and other basic human needs.