The City of Dubuque, Iowa (population 58,000) invites applications for the position of Human Resources Director. The current Director is retiring. The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing, planning, organizing, coordinating and managing all of the activities of the Human Resources Department which includes negotiations with five collective bargaining units. The successful candidate will posses considerable experience in human resources management and labor relations at the local government level; experience working with and supervising a diverse workforce and population; a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university in Public Administration or Business Administration or related field; or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the essential knowledge, skills and abilities. The successful candidate will possess a demonstrated ability to follow a management style that is input oriented and values equity, problem solving and the development of partnerships and a desire to be part of an organization that values service, people, integrity, responsibility, innovation and teamwork. The City offers an annual salary range of $101,816 to $133,140, effective July 1, 2019, and an attractive benefit package, which includes twelve weeks of paid parental leave. Please submit an employment application to Randy Peck, Human Resources Director, City Hall, 50 West 13th Street, Dubuque, Iowa 52001-4864 by May 24, 2019. The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (563) 589-4125 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The employment application, benefit summary and job description are available at www.cityofdubuque.org/employment. Women, minorities, veterans and qualified persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. EOE.
About City of Dubuque
With a population of 60,000, Dubuque is Iowa's oldest and sixth largest city. Located on the Mississippi River between St. Louis and St. Paul, Dubuque is the retail, service, and industrial center of the region consisting of northwest Illinois, southwest Wisconsin, and east central Iowa.