Development Services Director
As an employer of excellence, the Town of Marana is looking for the right leaders to join the Marana team. We are currently seeking a creative, collaborative and visionary professional to serve as the next Development Services Director.
For detailed information about this great opportunity and instructions on how to apply visit www.maranaaz.gov
Depending on qualifications and experience, the position offers a negotiable hiring range of $91,382 to $118,000. The salary range is $91,382 to $141,643.
The Town has a full and competitive benefit program.
The minimum requirements for the position:
- Bachelor’s degree in urban planning, architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, public or business administration, or related field
- Seven or more years of experience in progressive leadership managing a planning/development services department or regulatory agency serving the development and construction community
The minimum qualifications must be met as written above. This position will remain open until filled; however we will conduct a first review of applications on September 8, 2017.
Preliminary interviews will be conducted shortly after with the most ideal candidates. The Town will invite a short list of candidates for further assessment in late October. Post interview finalists will undergo reference checks, background checks and academic verifications provided candidates have given their permission. In addition, complete the candidate questionnaire, a letter of interest a resume that includes length of time in each position showing years and months, and five work related references. Your resume cannot replace any information required for the application.
The selected candidate will be required to establish residency within the Town of Marana if you currently reside outside of Pima County.
Contact Information: Curry C. Hale / Human Resources Director / 520-382-1920 / email@example.com
The Town of Marana is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity at all levels of its workforce