The City of St. Clair is currently seeking a professional with exceptional communication skills and strong organizational experience for City Superintendent. The ideal candidate will provide leadership of short and long range planning that supports the City’s objectives. The City Superintendent is the chief administrative officer, reports directly to the Mayor and City Council and is responsible for the administration of all departments, city affairs and administrative policy provided under the City Charter or established by Ordinance or Resolution of City Council.
Preferred qualifications include minimum of 3-5 years local municipal management experience with grant preparation and reporting skills. Full job description is attached. The City of St. Clair is a charming community featuring a full array of amenities that provide a picturesque and idyllic location on the St. Clair River offering once-in-a-lifetime views of the river and surrounding landscape. St. Clair is characterized by its welcoming small-town atmosphere often recognized for its unique features and landmarks and boasts ‘the longest freshwater boardwalk in the world’. St. Clair is located in the southeast portion of St. Clair County, directly across from Canada, with a land area of 2.8 square miles and a population of 5,464. Several recent developments and a vibrant business community add to a swelling tourism that continues to attract visitors all year long.
Send cover letter, resume and application to City of St.Clair, 547 N. Carney Dr., St. Clair, MI 48079 or email@example.com with the Subject: City Superintendent. Please indicate in your cover letter whether you seek confidentiality as allowed under the Michigan Open Meetings Act. EOE First review of applications: April 11, open until filled
Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent– Under the general direction of the City Superintendent, the Wastewater Treatment Plant Superintendent plans, directs, and participates in all aspects of the wastewater treatment plant and sanitary sewer collection stations including the operation, maintenance and repair of the treatment plant, lift stations, and related pumps to meet all State and Federal regulatory criteria. This is a full time position. State of Michigan Class B certification required. See full job description below.
Posting open until filled.
Applications can be submitted any time, into the drop box at City Hall, 547 N. Carney Drive, by fax 810-329-7997 or by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications are kept on file for one year from date of receipt.
Applicants have rights under Federal Employment Laws:
Family Medical Leave Act, FMLA
Equal Employment Opportunity, EEO
Employee Polygraph Protection Act, EPPA