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Posted on: March 29, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Position now open for City Administrator

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The City seeks a results-oriented City Administrator who can provide leadership to capitalize on economic growth opportunities, ensure excellent communication and collaboration and manage financial-planning demands.

Spring Hill’s “front porch” way of life, excellent public services and easy commute to the Kansas City metro area combine to offer an exceptional quality of life. This growing community is noteworthy for its flourishing economy, moderately-priced housing, high-performing schools, family-friendly neighborhoods and civic spirit. Candidates will find conditions for continuing economic growth, including a 40-year record of professionally-managed municipal government. Full-service government has a $5 million operating budget and 47 full-time employees. Compensation negotiable and competitive. Starting salary $125,000.

View the full recruitment profile brochure here. Qualified persons should submit a cover letter highlighting preferred qualifications, resume and salary history in one integrated Word or PDF file to Beth Tatarko, Spring Hill Recruitment Advisor, by April 30. For more information, please call (970) 266-8724.

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