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Wilcox Miller Nelson
Sacramento, CA 95811 United States
The Board of Directors of CADA seeks an Executive Director to serve as the Chief Executive Officer and manage the five service units of the Authority: Administration, Asset Management, Property Management, R Street Project Area, and Development.
The Executive Director reports directly to the Board of Directors, which consists of two State of California appointees, two City of Sacramento appointees, and one member voted at-large by the Board. The first year expected outcomes for the Executive Director include:
Within 90 days:
1. To have conducted an organizational review and become familiar with the issues, structure, processes, development projects, the Capitol Area Plan, and CADA’s employees.
2. To have identified and met with CADA’s key stakeholders and institutional partners (Administration, including the Governor’s Office, the Secretary of the State and Consumer Services Agency, the State Department of General Services [DGS], the Department of Finance [DOF], local State Legislators, Mayor of Sacramento, Sacramento City Council Members, City Manager, real estate development interests, and community and neighborhood leaders).
3. To have become intimately familiar with CADA’s history and previous strategic plans and to have developed a clear understanding of Downtown Sacramento’s commercial and residential real estate market. This familiarity and understanding will provide the basis for commencing with the development of a new five-year strategic plan.
Within 180 days:
4. To have begun the process of creating a new five-year strategic plan, including strategizing with key stakeholders to refine CADA’s mission and addressing the State’s evolving interest in the Capitol Area and R Street Project Areas.
Within 270 days:
5. To have created the new strategic plan and begun implementation.
Within 1 year:
6. To be an effective manager.
7. To be leading the implementation of the new strategic plan.
8. To be functioning as an effective representative of CADA’s interests in coordination and collaboration with CADA’s key stakeholders and institutional partners.
Education, training, experience:
We are seeking candidates with any combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates the capacity to successfully perform these duties and achieve these expected outcomes. Typical qualifications would include the following:
• 10-15 years of administrative experience in an organization with a minimum of $5 million in revenues and a minimum of 20 employees.
• Experience with public agencies, progressive urban and regional planning principles and practices, and real estate development and management programs, (to include public participation processes, smart-growth and transit-oriented principles).
• Experience creating and executing an organizational strategy that balances the interests of diverse stakeholders.
• Familiarity with California’s political and administrative institutions, including a fundamental understanding of key players and their roles and responsibilities.
• An understanding of low and moderate-income housing and tax increment financing.
• Experience working directly with elected and/or appointed officials and a Board of Directors.
• Experience with the audit requirements and the accounting principles of a public agency.
• Experience in property management.
• A minimum of undergraduate degree in a related field.
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