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Chief Deputy, Medical Examiner-Coroner

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    Chief Deputy, Medical Examiner-Coroner

    The Chief Deputy Director, Medical Examiner-Coroner reports directly to the Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner, and has executive and administrative responsibility in assisting with planning, organizing, and directing the administrative operations of the department. The Chief Deputy is responsible for the overall coordination and management of the five Divisions that provide services for the Department, with particular emphasis and responsibility for duties by the Operations Bureau, Public Services Bureau, and Administrative Services Bureau.

    The ideal candidate will have an outstanding track record and reputation for success; someone with proven leadership skills and demonstrated management experience in a complex, public sector environment. This individual must have a strong administrative and financial management background, particularly in the areas of budgetary control and human resources management. The ideal candidate must also be able to manage the day-to-day operations of the department and have a strong commitment to providing accountability and transparency. He or she must demonstrate integrity and practice sound management and decision-making. Of particular importance will be the ability to maintain a culture of innovation, cost-effectiveness, and quality of service. Candidates should also be proactive, approachable, and effective in building the necessary partnerships for the department’s success, with a variety of groups and individuals such as elected officials, State and federal counterparts and the media.

    Qualifying Education and Experience: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university -and- four years of progressively responsible management experience with demonstrated experience managing, through subordinate managers or high level supervisors, a major segment of a public services operation. Including such responsibilities as planning and directing the operations and administrative functions of budget, fiscal, information systems, contracts and personnel services.

    How to Apply Please go to: https://bit.ly/2TTQ3GS in order to submit your application, cover letter, resume, record of accomplishments, and verification of degrees.

    For confidential inquiries, please contact: Bill Dukes Department of Human Resources Talent Acquisitions Division (213) 974-2351 wdukes@hr.lacounty.gov

     

    The Chief Deputy Director, Medical Examiner-Coroner reports directly to the Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner, and has executive and administrative responsibility in assisting with planning, organizing, and directing the administrative operatio
    2020-11-09
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    2020-11-09
Organization: 
County of Los Angeles
Salary Range: 
$156,752 to $237,257

The Chief Deputy Director, Medical Examiner-Coroner reports directly to the Chief Medical Examiner-Coroner, and has executive and administrative responsibility in assisting with planning, organizing, and directing the administrative operations of the department. The Chief Deputy is responsible for the overall coordination and management of the five Divisions that provide services for the Department, with particular emphasis and responsibility for duties by the Operations Bureau, Public Services Bureau, and Administrative Services Bureau.

The ideal candidate will have an outstanding track record and reputation for success; someone with proven leadership skills and demonstrated management experience in a complex, public sector environment. This individual must have a strong administrative and financial management background, particularly in the areas of budgetary control and human resources management. The ideal candidate must also be able to manage the day-to-day operations of the department and have a strong commitment to providing accountability and transparency. He or she must demonstrate integrity and practice sound management and decision-making. Of particular importance will be the ability to maintain a culture of innovation, cost-effectiveness, and quality of service. Candidates should also be proactive, approachable, and effective in building the necessary partnerships for the department’s success, with a variety of groups and individuals such as elected officials, State and federal counterparts and the media.

Qualifying Education and Experience: A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university -and- four years of progressively responsible management experience with demonstrated experience managing, through subordinate managers or high level supervisors, a major segment of a public services operation. Including such responsibilities as planning and directing the operations and administrative functions of budget, fiscal, information systems, contracts and personnel services.

How to Apply Please go to: https://bit.ly/2TTQ3GS in order to submit your application, cover letter, resume, record of accomplishments, and verification of degrees.

For confidential inquiries, please contact: Bill Dukes Department of Human Resources Talent Acquisitions Division (213) 974-2351 wdukes@hr.lacounty.gov

 

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