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City Manager, City Administrator, Executive Director, Director Resume

Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 73348
Desired Job Location: San Antonio, Ft. Worth, Austin, Texas Date Posted: 8/30/2014
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: October 1, 2014
Desired Wage: $60,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Masters Willing to Relocate: Yes

Passionate and enthusiastic Public
Servant with 9+ years’ Public
Administration seeking an opportunity
to use deep experience and
demonstrated leadership in a
State/City/Municipal or Agency
Director position. Excellent hands-on
leader who personally creates
relationships, successfully manages
difficult and high profile projects,
and implements meaningful key
performance strategies to ensure
transportation needs of the region are
met on time and within budget.
Strategic Planner who is able to
manage day-to-day operations while
focusing on long-term and short-term
relevant goals, taking into account
future public needs. Gifted public
speaker and motivator who involves all
stakeholders in public administration
decisions to create a sense of
community and shared responsibility.
Understanding of many
federal/state/local regulations to
ensure compliance while meeting the
public need.

(07/2012 – Present)
Exercise complete administrative
authority and responsibility for
decision-making, organization
performance, daily operations,
expenditures and revenues and staff
management. Includes management
oversight of 3 staff members, project
development/prioritization, public
outreach, policy implementation.
Key Accomplishments:
• Develop and implement long-range and
short-term planning initiatives and
direct the production and compliance
of required plans and programs such as
Metropolitan Transportation Plan,
Unified Planning Work Program,
Transportation Improvement Program,
Public Participation Plan.
• Oversee federally funded highway,
public transit and non-motorized
transportation projects and monitor
project budget, project coordination
and implementation schedule.
• 3 - 4 projects implemented on time
and within budget. Total projects
costs $7M.
• Collaborate with municipal and
regional leadership to create
customized transportation plans and
programs designed to address
transportation network and system
issues such as 1) safety amongst
cyclists/pedestrians and motorists, 2)
poor transportation infrastructure, 3)
lack of public involvement in planning
process, 4) educating motorists about
drinking while driving, 5) distracted
• Conduct research, review relevant
material and produce summaries or
prepare special reports to aid with
policy decision making.
• Effectively maintain and strengthen
organization’s relationship with
stakeholder organizations, local
private businesses, non-profit
entities, elected officials, civic and
community groups and regional partners
through in-person meetings, community
meetings, social media, newsletters,
and email.
• Administer effective planning
strategies and resource allocation and
assure plans and policies align with
mission, vision and goals set by
policy board directors.
Successful Projects and Educational
• “Keep Calm and Be Responsible” to
address drinking and driving.
• “Trick or Treat: Stay Safe of the
Street” to encourage visibility for
children walking and riding bikes.
• Public Surveys to solicit
information from citizens on
transportation issues.
• Hosting Community Events to keep the
community informed about
transportation planning activities.
• Confidently speak, “sell,” and make
presentations to civic groups, private
businesses and local leaders to remain
relevant and ‘top of mind’ in the role
the organization plays in the
transportation system.

Receives $9M+ Federal Funds
(04/2011 – 07/2012)
Conducted transportation planning
process addressing transportation
issues such as safety,
accidents/collisions, congestion and
ensured compliance with required
regulations U.S.Code Title 23-Highways
and Code of Federal Regulations-Title
• Provided expertise on 1) balancing
transportation modes, 2) addressing
safety, fatalities, problematic
traffic locations, 3) planning
assistance and technical information
to stakeholders regarding
transportation integration with land
use, economic development, freight and
• Attended board meetings, commission
and council meetings and served as
primary interface with elected
officials, government representatives,
community groups and stakeholders.
• Developed, managed and updated the
long-range transportation plan, which
included identifying needs, producing
short and long-term planning
strategies including 1) focusing on
the most problematic transportation
concerns, 2) creating a dedicating
funding source for roadway
maintenance, 3) identifying areas for
new projects such as sidewalks and
bike lanes, 4) observing policies and
procedures, and 5) developing
solutions in accordance with federal,
state and local regulations.
• Engaged and worked collaboratively
with key transportation partners to
assess the condition of the regional
transportation network and proactively
developed realistic remedies including
educational campaigns designed to
change driver behavior, more public
engagement in transportation planning,
participating in community events to
increase visibility.
• Provided leadership for the
organization and made recommendations
to board of directors for carrying out
federal and state urban transportation
planning requirements such as
approving certain projects for
funding, recommending an ordinance to
regulate taxi cabs, and partnering
with private companies to build
transportation infrastructure.

Planning Coordinator)
(11/2009 – 04/2011)
Utilized relevant software
(statistical analysis, geographic
information system), and travel demand
forecasting models software.
• Collected and analyzed vital
financial and technical data and
administrative information for
including developing project solutions
for frequent accident/collision
locations, identifying underserved
segments of the community and
recommending projects to improve
quality of life.
• Effectively researched land use,
economic development and census
information to forecast transportation
demands and needs for the urban and
rural area.
• Researched, compiled and prepared a
variety of reports and related
information for planning organization,
stakeholders, and other agencies
including the Annual Project Listing
report and the Annual Performance and
Expenditure report.

(08/2007 – 11/2009)
Thoroughly researched information
related to planning issues, zoning
violations, urban design, deed
restrictions, transportation impacts
and economic effects for projects.
• Conducted research and prepared
staff reports on development requests
and presented findings to council,
zoning board, planning commission and
• Skillfully provided professional
planning services including 1) zoning
regulation compliance, 2) subdivision
review, 3) zoning adjustments, 4)
downtown and neighborhood
revitalization including reviewing
technical documents-Zoning Ordinance,
Sign Ordinance, Comprehensive
Strategic Plan, Façade Improvement
Grant for compliance with the city
ordinance, zoning regulations and
development guidelines.
• Performed field inspections
consisting of visiting properties,
inventorying nearby development for
compatibility, and verifying proposed
development with zone allowances.
• Responded to difficult and sensitive
citizen inquiries and complaints
concerning zone issues, zone changes,
zone adjustments (variances) and new
and existing developments.

Master of Public Administration,
August 2007 – Angelo State University
Public Policy Issues and International
Business, Summer 2007 – Heriot-Watt
Bachelor of Business Administration,
Financial Planning, December 2004 –
Angelo State Unv.
The European Union and European
Culture, Summer 2003 – University of

- Successfully implemented changes
that have increased the visibility and
relevance of the San Angelo
Metropolitan Planning Organization.
- Oversee a $250K+ budget.
- Streamlined processes and
implemented cost-cutting measures to
ensure daily operations are efficient
and meaningful.
- Organizational re-branding (new
logo, motto, marketing materials and
social media). A first for the
Metropolitan Planning Organization.
- Development and completion of
transportation plans and documents.
- Maintenance of good working
relationships with local leaders,
congressional representatives, non-
profit directors, executives and

Software/Computer/Online Skills
- Caliper, TransCAD, Transportation
Planning Software, Microsoft Office
2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,
Outlook, Publisher, OneNote and
Access), Windows 7, ArcGIS, QuickBooks
2013, Google Chrome, Dropbox, Doodle,
Constant Contact, LinkedIn

Additional Information:
• Program Development
• Program Management
• Administration
• Financial Management
• Presentations
• Subject Matter Expert
• Federal/State Regulations
• Policy Research & Analysis
• Strategic Planning
• Process Improvement
• Decision Making
• Leadership
• Goal Planning/Prioritization
• Staff Management
• Public Relations
• Problem Solving
• Communications Skills
• Organizational Performance
• Organizational Development
• Community Liaison

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