Eagle-Vail looks for community manager
Eagle-Vail, CO Colorado
EAGLE-VAIL ” Residents in Eagle-Vail, Colorado are looking for a community manager oversee finances, spending, public facilities and planning.
The Eagle-Vail Property Owners Association and the Eagle-Vail Metropolitan District are hoping to hire a community manager in the near future. The manager would:
– Develop new sources of revenue and control expenditures.
– Oversee community programs and facilities
– Develop growth policies
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– Develop real estate assets
A selection committee has been meeting to develop a job description, screen resumes, set interviews and make recommendations to the two boards. The committee members are Cindy Gilbert, for the metro district board, Jeff Layman, of the property owner’s board, Ken Marchetti, the district’s financial consultant, Neil Mulholland, from the metro district’s development committee, and residents Jen Wright and Reed Ford.
“It’s clear that some of our issues are nearing a critical stage,” Layman said. “Improvements aside, our financial situation will be dire if we don’t act very soon. Getting a professional manager in soon to work with Ken Marchetti, our boards and our employees is critical to our success.”
Local experience is one qualification the committee is looking for in a manager, Layman said.
People with experience in city or community management, business, real estate development, urban planning and other fields are encouraged to apply, he added.
“We’re looking for someone who has a track record of building consensus within a community”, Layman said.
Interviews will begin later this month and new manager could be hired in July.
Those interested in applying can visit Eagle-Vail’s Web site at http://eaglevail.org/ and should submit at resume by Wednesday.