Treasure Island’s over 6,500 residents enjoy the 3.4 square miles of the barrier island’s beautiful, beaches, clean tropical setting, high-quality city services, low crime rate, and the amenities associated with the proximity of the greater Tampa Bay Metro area. The area has an average of 361 days of sunny weather each year, providing residents and visitors with enjoyment of the surf, sun, sand, and easy access to both community and area attractions. Located in Pinellas County, and only 8 miles from downtown St. Petersburg, there is something for everyone with year-round beach access, annual events & festivals, world-class seafood and restaurants, sporting and concert venues, shopping, and many ways to enjoy the beautiful Gulf of Mexico and the intercoastal waterways. The City is a welcoming place, where there is a blend of people who have lived here for years and those who made Treasure Island home after discovering its uniqueness while visiting. It is an easy place to make friends and become a part of the community. The City of Treasure Island operates under a council-manager form of government that combines the political leadership of the City Commission with the professional experience of a City Manager to run the day-to-day operations of the City.

Treasure Island seeks an energetic, ethical, decisive leader who balances the objectives of the community’s long-term plans with preserving our historical island lifestyle to become its next City Manager. The ideal candidate will possess a high level of emotional intelligence, advanced interpersonal and listening skills and maintain a proactive, transparent, and collaborative management style. A demonstrated history of consensus-building and achieving goals is desired. The selected individual will be an experienced Manager who understands the details associated

with municipal operations and be a champion of the City’s existing vision and obtainable goals, while being capable of respectfully introducing additional organizational direction and goals. Experience with the inherent challenges of development and service delivery in coastal/shoreline communities is considered a plus.

The selected candidate should hold a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, business administration, or a closely related field, with a Master’s degree preferred. Candidates should have at least five years of experience in managerial, financial, and executive level decision-making, ideally in a comparable sized or larger city than Treasure Island. Candidates will also be considered who possess a combination of education, training and/or work experience deemed relevant and equivalent to achieve the successful performance of the job, including nonprofit organizations. International City/County Management Association Credentialed Manager (ICMA-CM) preferred.

The City of Treasure Island offers a competitive salary depending on qualifications and experience. Residency for the City Manager is desired but can be waived by the City Commission.

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For more information on this position contact:

Doug Thomas, Executive Vice President of Recruitment & Leadership Development