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Lower Alsace Township, Berks County

United States

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Township Manager


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Reading, PA, United States 


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TOWNSHIP MANAGER—Lower Alsace Township (population 4,475), Berks County, PA seeks a skilled leader to serve as its Township Manager. The Manager supervises all day-to-day operations, and coordinates the three-member Board, staff, and community. Living in Lower Alsace Township offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes and the township surrounded by several parks and open space that is available for active recreation. The Manager administers a total budget of $3.2;  and six (6)  FT employees. The Township is looking for a communicative & innovative leader. Candidates should have a minimum of  5-10 yrs. of municipal experience and or other management or nonprofit experience together with strong communication and financial skills, knowledge of modern local government management principles and planning/land development experience;  Bachelor’s Degree preferred. The Township has an excellent benefit package; salary will be based on experience/qualifications. Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation with all included in only one attachment to Deadline is March 15, 2019.  EOE.
This is a super opportunity for a skilled individual willing to take on all facets of municipal government administration. The Township has little room for new land development, yet it has  many engaged and progressive volunteer organizations working together for the betterment of the Antietam Valley region. The Board of Supervisors is also very involved in the community and very engaged in the government operations without micro-managing. The current Manager plans to retire in January of 2020 and looks forward to working with the new Manager throughout the year to ease in this important transition. 

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