Yolo County, home to over 220,000 people, was one of the original 27 counties when California became a state in 1850. The majority of the County’s population live within its four cities: Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, and Woodland. The Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) provides services that advance the County’s mission of ensuring residents are healthy, safe, and economically stable. The County is seeking a collaborative, strategic, and experienced leader to serve as the new Director of Health and Human Services. The ideal candidate is even-tempered with excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing. The new Director has the ability to create cohesion, inspire staff, and listen to the staff’s needs and feedback. The successful candidate has high political acumen and has the proven ability to build successful relationships. Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, health administration, public health, psychology, social science, social work, behavioral sciences, or a related field; and must have five (5) years of progressively responsible senior management experience in the delivery of health care, mental health, and/or social services programs. A Master’s Degree in the above fields is highly desirable. Experience in a local government agency providing health and human services in an integrated environment is preferred. The salary for the Health and Human Services Agency Director is $188,696 to $229,368 and placement within this range is dependent on experience and qualifications of the selected candidate. The County also offers an outstanding benefits package.