As the Administrative Services Division Director of the Health and Human Services Department, you will be a member of the department’s executive leadership team and oversee all departmental administrative and fiscal functions. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in strategic planning, policy development, project management, accounting, budget, government contracts and quality improvement.
Duties will include:
Manager and leader for the Department’s Administrative Services Division. Responsible to ensure fiscal accountability, maintain department business practices, improve effective use of department systems and processes, and promote within the department. The Health & Human Services Department has a budget of over $80 million with over 450 FTE.
Maintain collaborative relationships with Health & Human Department leadership to create a cohesive approach to problem solving and organizational development and to align resources to achieve Department objectives.
Serve as a member of the Health & Human Services Department Executive Team to provide leadership to achieve Department strategic goals in alignment with the Strategic Plan. Represent Health & Human Services in county wide interaction with central services departments.
Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration or related field. A master's degree is preferred; AND
Five (5) years progressively responsible experience in human services programs, including program supervision responsibility and fiscal and administrative management; OR
Any satisfactory equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience relevant to the position.
Internal Number: 538-2021-2
About Marion County
Marion County is an Equal Opportunity Employer in the Mid-Willamette Valley. Located south of the Portland metropolitan area, Marion County stretches from the Willamette River to the Cascade Mountains encompassing nearly 1,200 square miles. Most of its population of 315,900 can reach the Pacific beaches in under two hours.
Marion County has 20 cities, including the State Capital, Salem. It is the largest producer of agriculture among Oregon's 36 counties. Marion County's economy is also based on government, with 38 of the largest state agencies based here, and on education as the site of Willamette University, Chemeketa Community College, and Corban University.
The county mission is to provide leadership on critical public policy issues, ensure fiscal accountability, and promote citizen empowerment to enhance the health, safety and livability of our communities.