The League of Oregon Cities (LOC) is the trusted, go-to resource to help Oregon city staff members and elected officials serve their cities well and speak with one voice. We support Oregon’s cities by connecting city leaders and state legislators, advocating for cities’ needs, sharing vital information, and helping build vibrant, resilient communities that Oregonians are proud to call home.
The LOC is currently recruiting for a dynamic and innovative Member Services Director to serve as a resource to member cities and to ensure internal LOC operations run smoothly. The Member Services Director will coordinate LOC’s efforts to develop and execute strategic plans that ensure LOC serves Oregon’s cities through outreach programs, training programs, and networking events. In addition, the Member Services Director will manage, develop, and oversee business programs, processes, and LOC’s internal operations, which includes facilities management, information technology (IT) and database management, and LOC’s finances.
If you enjoy working for Oregon cities and want to work with a team dedicated to the same, now is your chance to join our team.
For full details of the position, including instructions on how to apply, please visit: https://www.orcities.org/about/who-we-are/loc-job-openings.
All applications must be received no later than noon on Friday, December 6, 2019. Assuming qualified applications are received, LOC intends to conduct interviews on Monday, December 16, 2019.
Five or more years of experience working in local government, or related field, as a manager or administrator, finance director, recorder, or other similar administrative position providing a comprehensive understanding of overall government operations, including experience working with elected officials and city managers. Extensive working knowledge of all aspects of local government, particularly Oregon cities. Comprehensive knowledge of overall city operations including governance structure, budgeting, typical programs and services provided. Strong project management skills including organization, attention to detail, budgeting, and communication.
About League of Oregon Cities
The League of Oregon Cities (LOC) is the trusted, go-to resource that helps Oregon city staff and elected leaders serve their cities well and speak with one voice. We provide cities what they need to build thriving communities, through advocacy, training and information. Created in 1925 through an intergovernmental agreement of incorporated cities, the LOC is essentially an extended department of all 241 Oregon cities. Our mission is to support city leaders and state legislators in building a strong Oregon by connecting with all Oregon cities, sharing vital information and advocating on their behalf. The LOC is governed by a 16 member Board of Directors, lead by an Executive Director, and comprised of 21 employees, five of whom are managers.