Be part of something great! The City of Chesapeake seeks a high-energy, results-oriented professional that is a subject matter expert in process improvement and has a proven track record of success. The Process Improvement Program Manager will be tasked with implementing and leading the City of Chesapeake's first process improvement program. This will include developing and delivering process improvement training and exercises with City employees. The City seeks a dynamic candidate who has vision for the program and the enthusiasm and ability to be hands-on to deliver this vision. The successful candidate will be skilled at communicating and building trust with employees at all levels. This individual is part of the City Manager's Office and reports to a deputy city manager. Salary range for the position is $66,272 to $109,449. Hiring salary dependent on qualifications and experience. For a complete job description, required qualifications and more details visit www.cityofchesapeake.net. To be considered, please fill out an application on www.cityofchesapeake.net. Application closing date is 2/4/19.
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About City of Chesapeake
The City of Chesapeake is a dynamic, growing city of 353 square miles, located in the heart of Virginia’s Hampton Roads region. The City operates under the council-manager form of government with the city manager having oversight for daily operations. Chesapeake city government employs approximately 3,500 people in over thirty departments. The operating budget for the city is approximately $500 million and it is the third largest city in the region. Formed in 1963, Chesapeake is home to more than 40 international companies and one Fortune 500 firm, along with hundreds of small and mid-size businesses of every description. The Chesapeake Public School system is a community asset with an excellent reputation. The City’s urban core mixes with a lasting agricultural heritage and extensive amenities, including 70+ parks, community centers and libraries. Named one of the safest cities for its size by the FBI, Chesapeake takes pride in being a great place to live, work, and raise a family.