Feb 26 2016
Burbank, CA: Community Meeting: City Manager Recruitment 2016
 

Community Meeting: City Manager Recruitment

The City of Burbank has scheduled a community meeting for residents to share what attributes they’d like to see in the person selected to fill the city’s top executive position.

Burbank City Council is currently looking for a permanent replacement for former City Manager Mark Scott who left the City earlier this month. Under a council-manager form of government, council appoints a city manager to administer municipal operations, including the city budget and the oversight of city staff.

Council has retained executive search firm Avery and Associates to identify qualified candidates for the position. As part of the recruitment process, the City Council wants to engage the community and hear directly from citizens. So, Avery and Associates will host a community meeting at 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, March 2, 2016, in Room 104 in the Community Services Building at 150 N. Third St. in Burbank.

The City Council anticipates applications for city manager will be accepted beginning in April and that it may take four months for a permanent city manager to be named.

For those who would like to offer feedback and cannot attend the forum, and for those who would like to receive future information regarding the city manager recruitment, please contact (818) 238-5840.

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