Dillsboro Seeking New Town Manager
By Mike Perleberg
(Dillsboro, Ind.) – If you think you have what it takes to help a town run at its best, you might want to consider a position with the Town of Dillsboro.
The town is in need of a new town manager. Longtime town manager Scott Fortner is moving on to a new job elsewhere. He resigned August 15.
The Dillsboro Town Council is currently accepting applications for the town manager position through September 2. Duties include working closely with the five-member Dillsboro Town Council in formulating policies and programs. The town manager must also make sure the town’s services operate efficiently.
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According to the job listing, “minimum requirements include education or experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree in public or business administration combined with successful experience as a local government or private sector manager or assistant manager. Ideal experience includes strategic planning, public entity budget development, downtown revitalization and economic development and redevelopment. The ideal candidate will understand elements of economic sustainability in a rural community. The successful candidate must clearly possess and apply superior communication, organizational management and leadership skills and abilities.”
Residency in Dillsboro is strongly preferred by the town council, but not required.
Salary ranges from $45,000 to $55,000, depending on qualifications and experience.
Applicants are asked to email a cover letter and resume with references to Dillsboro Clerk-Treasurer Janice Sullivan, jsullivan -at- townofdillsboro.com.
the town is well kept but has nothing to offer for middle age or young people great place if retired but very controlled enviroment ( large and charge mr. fields)
Good luck finding a resident with a Bachelor's Degree who isn't already working a job making more than $55,000... are they stupid or what?