Established in 1878, the City of Louisville retains connections to its modest mining and agricultural beginnings, while continuing to transform into one of the most livable, innovative, and economically diverse communities in the nation. Covering nine square miles, Louisville has a population of 20,687 residents and is located in Boulder County, about six miles east of Boulder and twenty-two miles northwest of Downtown Denver.
The City of Louisville, CO employs 200 full-time employees and 225 part-time and seasonal employees. The FY2021 General Fund Budget is a program-based budget and totals $22.8 million. The city has placed a $51M debt and tax increase question on the 2021 ballot for future transportation improvement projects. Operating under the Council-Manager form of government, the City of Louisville is a home rule charter city. As such, the Louisville City Council appoints the city manager, city attorney, the municipal judge, the prosecuting attorney, and the members of 15 separate boards and commissions.
The City Manager serves as the chief administrative officer, who implements council policies, provides organizational leadership and manages the delivery of city services, programs, initiatives and the day-to-day business operations of the city including Public Works, Police, Parks and Recreation, Planning and Building Safety, Human Resources, Library and Museum Services, City Clerk, Information Technology, and Economic Vitality.
Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree in public administration, finance, business administration, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university and a minimum of five (5) years related professional experience (department director, assistant city manager or city manager) in a similar or larger organization required.
To apply for this job email your details to Edward.Williams@bakertilly.com