Location: Woodland Park
Posted on: September 18, 2023
Just 18 miles northwest of the Colorado Springs metropolitan
area, a peaceful Colorado mountain community with the most
spectacular views of Pikes Peak's north side found anywhere.
Surrounded by the Pike National Forest, Woodland Park (pop. 8,200,
area 6.61 sq mi, elev. 8,465 ft) is Teller County's most populous
city, the multi-generational, family friendly "City Above the
Clouds." Citizens cherish the city's rural heritage, built on
timber, ranching, and railroads, and just sitting on the back porch
to watch the sunset.
Incorporated in 1891, agency is a home-rule municipality (1975)
operating under the council-manager form of government. The FY 2023
Budget (all funds) includes $31.5 in expenditures ($12.75 million
total capital expenditures), supporting 104.33 FTE. The budget
includes five-year financial and capital improvement plans.
Reserves are healthy, and debt is modest.
The mayor and city council are ready to hire the next city manager.
Working at the direction of the city council, the city manager is
the city's chief administrative officer, responsible for day-to-day
administration of the city and for performance of the duties set
forth in Section 4.3 of the city charter.
A four-year degree in a relevant field of study, preferably in
public administration, business administration, or a related field,
and at least five years of progressively responsible experience as
a municipal manager, deputy, assistant, or major department head
are required. Graduate study in public administration or a related
field is preferred. Any equivalent combination of training,
education, and experience may be considered at the city's sole
discretion. Residency within the city is required during tenure as
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