Could You Be Wake County’s Next Chief Community Health and Vitality Officer?
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on January 18, 2021 |
Wake County, North Carolina is seeking its next Chief Community Health & Vitality Officer which is equivalent to a Deputy County Manager role. The Chief Community Health & Vitality Officer serves as the key advisor to County Management and the Board of Commissioners.
This position provides leadership, direction, and strategy for the departments of Housing, Environmental Services, and Human Services as well as quasi-county agencies of Soil & Water, Cooperative Extension, and Workforce Development.
The successful candidate will be a results-driven public administrator who is an innovative problem-solver with a record of maintaining and building outstanding community partnerships, transparency, staff engagement, and innovative leadership in human and economic service delivery. Wake County has a commissioner/manager form of government.
The County’s FY 2020 General Fund budget is $1.47 billion, and the County has approximately 4,350 employees who serve the citizens of Wake County across more than 20 departments. Reporting to the County Manager, this position serves as a facilitator in accomplishing certain Board of Commissioners' goals, objectives, and initiatives in the focus areas of Social and Economic Vitality, Community Health, and Growth and Sustainability to support Community Vitality. The portfolio of six departments includes 2,000 FTE employees and a budget of $200M.
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