Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District, CA

Director of Administrative Services

Filing Deadline: February 17, 2024
Interviews will be scheduled as soon as recommended candidates are identified.

Valerie Phillips

Bob Murray & Associates
1544 Eureka Road, Suite 280 • Roseville, CA 95661
(916) 784-9080 • Fax (916) 784-1985

Detailed Description : PDF

Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District is seeking a knowledgeable, collaborative, and highly engaged candidate to serve as the next Director of Administrative Services. Under the direction of the Air Pollution Control Officer and the Board of Directors, the Director provides District leadership serving as the executive over the areas of Finance/Accounting, Information Systems, Human Resources, Communications, Facility/Fleet Management, Board Clerk, and Customer Service. The ideal candidate is a solution-oriented, strategic, and analytical thinker who is innovative and professional. A team player with excellent verbal and written communication skills is essential. The incoming Director must have the ability to develop and prioritize program goals and objectives, determine staffing needs, develop and administer budgets and grants, and represent the District before various groups. The salary for the Director of Administrative Services is $12,144 to $16,274 monthly. Placement within this range is dependent on experience and qualifications. A 5% salary differential is provided to management employees. The Air District also offers a robust benefits package.

More about the Air District: The Sacramento area is nestled in the heart of Northern California and boasts a rich history, a vibrant arts and culture scene, diverse culinary options, and a variety of recreational activities. The area is home to more than 1.5 million people and offers warm summers with short and partially cloudy winters. The Air District, created in 1996, seeks to monitor, promote, and improve air quality in the County of Sacramento by developing and administering programs focusing on climate change mitigation and adaptation and reducing air pollution levels below the health-based standards established by the state and federal government. The Air District’s vision is to create a clean air and low-carbon future for all by achieving state and federal clean air and climate goals.

This position is Open Until Filled with interviews scheduled as soon as recommended candidates are identified.