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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR
YAMHILL COUNTY
Job #AS10-018

Yamhill County, Oregon is accepting applications for the position of County Administrator. This position is appointed and overseen by the Board of Commissioners. The County Administrator manages County operations by directing and coordinating activities consistent with applicable laws, procedures, orders, regulations and policies established by the Commissioners. The Administrator provides leadership and supervision to appointed department heads and works in partnership with the Commissioners who serve as liaisons to county elected officials. This position assists the Board in developing countywide policies, operating plans, and other procedures and objectives for the County. The Administrator supervises County budget development determining appropriate action plans to meet the directives of the Board and represents the Board in labor negotiations, to the community, and other government agencies. A Master's degree in public administration, business administration, or related field is required in addition to eight years of professional, progressively responsible experience in senior-level administrative, managerial, or supervisory capacity, including experience in budget preparation and management, personnel administration, program development and implementation, and management. Public sector experience preferred. Salary range: $149,000-$160,000/year, DOE plus excellent benefits. Call Human Resources at 503-474-4901 or visit www.co.yamhill.or.us/hr for a complete job description and information on how to apply. Yamhill County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

CALL TORI OR CONNIE TO LIST YOUR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY HERE.
503.472.SELL

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    Spaghetti dinner:

    SATURDAY, FEB. 17

    Spaghetti dinner: Yamhill County Pet Heroes will hold a fundraising spaghetti dinner and silent auction at 5 p.m. Saturday, Feb, 17, at American Legion Hall Post 21, 126 N.E. Atlantic St., McMinnville. Vegetarian options will be available. Tickets are $12 and include an entry to the basket raffle.
    Tickets can be purchased at the door or at facebook.com/yamhillpetheroes/
    For more information, contact 971-901-1322 or ycpetheroes@gmail.com.

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