Circuit Rider

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This position assists and supports Washington County small towns and directs efforts in rural municipal administration and related community/economic development services. The position will interface directly with local elected & appointed officials, community volunteers, non-profit, state and federal agencies. The Circuit Rider will perform duties under the supervision of the MRDC Community Development personnel.Circuit Rider Duties:Municipal Administration – prepare draft public notices, municipal ordinances, charter amendments and budgets. Acts as liaison with other municipal staff, county, state, and federal government representatives. Supervises other town employees when authorizedLoan/Grant Preparation/Administration – prepares applications for federal and state loan/grant programs. Administers approved projectsCommunication and Information – analyzes specific problems and provide appropriate advice to town staff and to elected officials. Maintain familiarity with federal and state program laws and regulations as well as issues/problems endemic to rural municipal governments. Must be knowledgeable regarding trends and policies in municipal finance, human resources management, general management and public administrationOther Services – provides informal assistance. Attends meetings regarding town affairs and as requestedAssist members in need of improved water/wastewater and other municipal servicesAssist communities in operations/management and administrative servicesFacilitate local short/long term planning efforts as requiredPromote community volunteer activity to support local effortsInterface with local and regional technical assistance and funding entitiesProject Development/Facilitation in cooperation with Rural Infrastructure TeamSubmit reports as required to MRDC and/or funding agencies in a timely and concise mannerAttend meetings and/or training(s) as required to successfully perform dutiesProved part time code enforcement for two towns as per their regulations and statutes.Requirements-Four year degree in program development/planning, public administration or related field preferredFour years’ experience in rural based development and/or operations of rural municipal government, economic or community development
This position assists and supports Washington County small towns and directs efforts in rural municipal administration and related community/economic development services. The position will interface directly with local elected & appointed officials, community volunteers, non-profit, state and federal agencies. The Circuit Rider will perform duties under the supervision of the MRDC Community Development personnel.Circuit Rider Duties:Municipal Administration – prepare draft public notices, municipal ordinances, charter amendments and budgets. Acts as liaison with other municipal staff, county, state, and federal government representatives. Supervises other town employees when authorizedLoan/Grant Preparation/Administration – prepares applications for federal and state loan/grant programs. Administers approved projectsCommunication and Information – analyzes specific problems and provide appropriate advice to town staff and to elected officials. Maintain familiarity with federal and state program laws and regulations as well as issues/problems endemic to rural municipal governments. Must be knowledgeable regarding trends and policies in municipal finance, human resources management, general management and public administrationOther Services – provides informal assistance. Attends meetings regarding town affairs and as requestedAssist members in need of improved water/wastewater and other municipal servicesAssist communities in operations/management and administrative servicesFacilitate local short/long term planning efforts as requiredPromote community volunteer activity to support local effortsInterface with local and regional technical assistance and funding entitiesProject Development/Facilitation in cooperation with Rural Infrastructure TeamSubmit reports as required to MRDC and/or funding agencies in a timely and concise mannerAttend meetings and/or training(s) as required to successfully perform dutiesProved part time code enforcement for two towns as per their regulations and statutes.Requirements-Four year degree in program development/planning, public administration or related field preferredFour years’ experience in rural based development and/or operations of rural municipal government, economic or community development
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