INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. - The finalized job description for IVGID general manager includes requirements for candidates to have a four-year bachelor's degree and a minimum of 10 years of increasingly responsible experience, while demanding the new leader become a resident of the district.The 7-page description, obtained late Friday by the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, lists the job's salary range as $100,000 to $200,000. According to a timeline the Incline Village General Improvement District Board of Trustees adopted at its Jan. 30 meeting, the job will officially be posted on Thursday, Feb. 14, on the district's website at www.ivgid.org. The job posting period ends March 15.According to a draft timeline presented in the Jan. 30 meeting's agenda packet, the final description was expected be ready for board adoption at its meeting this Wednesday, Feb. 13. The meeting was canceled on Friday, however, due to a lack of agenda items.At the Jan. 30 meeting, trustees voted to submit individual edits to the original 3-page description to IVGID Director of Human Resources Dee Carey. Once changes were added, Carey met with trustees Jim Smith and Bruce Simonian and board clerk Susan Herron to draft the final description."The responsibility of the finalization of the job description was tasked to Chairman Simonian and Trustee Smith by the IVGID Board of Trustees (on) January 30, 2013; no further action was required by the IVGID Board of Trustees," Herron said in a press release Tuesday.The trustees received a copy of the description as an informational item at the end of last week. According to the updated timeline - which is available on the front page of www.ivgid.org - trustees will determine by the March 25 meeting whether to move forward with candidates who respond to the job posting. If it does, various interviews and screenings would conclude with the board making a final recommendation for a new GM sometime in May.If none of the initial candidates are deemed sufficient, the board may then vote on whether to hire an executive search firm at its April 10 meeting."The process for the hiring of the district's general manager has been thoughtful and it began with the timeline which is available at ivgid.org," Tuesday's press release reads. "...The clear goal has always been and will continue to be to find the best candidate for this position. ... It is the commitment of the IVGID Board of Trustees and the entire district staff to find the most qualified candidate who shares their passion for our community to be the next general manager."Aside from the IVGID website, the job announcement will also be published in the North Lake Tahoe Bonanza, in the district's Public Works newsletter, as advertisements with Jobs Available, Inc., and www.icma.org, and on various other popular employment websites.
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