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Assistant City Manager

City of Brunswick

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Assistant City Manager                                                                           

City Manager’s Office



This position assists in directing the day-to-day operations of the city government.


  1. Supervises and provides guidance to the Information Technology Department and the Human Resources Department.
  2. Meets with citizens to discuss complaints, concerns, recommendations, and other issues important to the city.
  3. Attends Board of Commissioners meetings and workshops.
  4. Attends community and various agency meetings.
  5. Attends a variety of community events.
  6. Serves as a trustee on the city’s Pension Board.
  7. Attends training and conferences to learn best practices and to ensure compliance with various policies and procedures on the local, state, and national levels.
  8. Participates in employee grievance proceedings.
  9. Provides assistance to the City Manager and Board with assigned projects and general inquires regarding citizen matters and city operations.
  10. Makes recommendations regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of existing municipal operations, policy development, and the implementation of updated industry best practices.
  11. Serves as City Manager in his or her absence as assigned.
  12. Meets with department directors regarding concerns and issues in their departments.
  13. Performs related duties.


  1. Knowledge of information technology principles and practices in a municipal government environment.
  2. Knowledge of human resources principles and practices.
  3. Knowledge of state and federal employment laws.
  4. Knowledge of municipal operations.
  5. Knowledge of public meetings and meeting protocols.
  6. Knowledge of computers and job-related software programs.
  7. Skill in identifying and solving problems.
  8. Skill in the supervision of personnel.
  9. Skill in researching information and preparing complete and accurate reports.
  10. Skill in multitasking.
  11. Skill in interpersonal relations.
  12. Skill in oral and written communication.


The City Manager assigns work in terms of department goals and objectives.  The work is reviewed through conferences, reports, and observation of departmental activities.

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