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Board of Commissioners

County Administrator (Full-Time)

The Medina County Board of Commissioners will accept applications for the position of County Administrator until filled.  The application may be downloaded from the Medina County Human Resources website  A resume shall be included as supplementary information.  Applications and resumes shall be submitted to the Medina County Human Resource Department, 144 N. Broadway, Medina, Ohio 44256 or email to  The Medina County Board of Commissioners is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.


The applicant shall possess the following, minimum qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree in public administration or closely related field; five (5) to ten (10) years supervisory experience in public sector management, with at least some experience in Ohio; or, an equivalent combination of education, experience, and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.  The selected individual will be a highly motivated professional and an excellent communicator who can work effectively with peers in local, regional, and state government.  The ideal candidate will have proven success in the areas of collaboration, team development, and professional communication.  This will be an unclassified civil service position.  Salary dependent on experience.

Position Description:

Provides executive level leadership, management, and direction to the various departments of County government that fall under the authority of the Board of Commissioners.

Assists the Board in the administration, execution, and enforcement of Board policies.  Negotiates and manages contracts and agreements on behalf of the Board.

Recommends policy and procedural measures for Board consideration and adoption.

Assists in planning, developing, coordinating, and implementing programs, projects, and activities.

Monitors and reviews State and Federal legislation having an impact on the County.

Responsible for the development and management of budgets under the control of the Board.  In collaboration with the County’s Finance Department, prepares budget analyses and projects and regularly monitors and reports to the Board on fiscal activity.

Assures that grant programs operated under authority of the Board are in fiscal compliance and satisfy applicable guidelines and regulations.

Provides public information support to the Board.  Researches and addresses inquiries and complaints from the public and advises the Board as required.  Maintains necessary rapport with the media and appropriate public officials, business and community leaders, and the general public.

Performs personnel management and policy functions on behalf of the Board.

Initiates and manages special projects that are necessary and beneficial to the County.

Pay Range: $115,000 – $140,000/annually

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