Deputy City Manager (2 positions) - City of Coral Springs, FL (approx. pop. 126,200)


Located in Broward County between the cities of Fort Lauderdale and Boca Raton, the City of Coral Springs is a vibrant community known for its excellent quality of life which includes top-rated schools, beautiful parks, and an active business community.  The City has earned numerous awards and recognitions, including its mark of distinction as a two-time winner of the State’s Governor’s Sterling Award, and the first City in the nation to win the Malcolm Baldrige National Award for Excellence.  The City is a full-service city with approximately 825 full-time staff, an annual budget of $198 million, and a AAA Bond Rating from Wall Street credit rating agencies.  The City has a collaborative, solutions-oriented culture and is highly-rated in customer service by residents and businesses. 


The City Manager is seeking candidates to fill two (2) Deputy City Manager positions.  The successful candidates must be well-rounded, professional leaders who have a flexible, team-oriented management style, and prefer to work in an exciting, empowered, and collaborative environment. 


Requirements include a Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Public or Business Administration, Political Science, Organizational Communications/Management, or other closely related field; Master’s degree is preferred. 


Candidates should have at least ten (10) years of progressively responsible senior management experience in public/municipal administration, preferably as a manager or assistant manager of a full-service municipal organization.  The salary range is open, dependent upon qualifications. 


The first review of applications will take place on November 27, 2017; open until filled.  If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at  Questions regarding this recruitment may be directed to S. Renée Narloch & Associates, (850) 391-0000 or info@srnsearch.comA detailed brochure is available at  The City of Coral Springs is an Equal Opportunity/ADA Employer. 


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