NORWALK, Conn. – The job descriptions and qualifications for two key city positions are online, and four people have already been interviewed for one of the openings.
The posted positions are for a director of personnel and labor relations – James Haselkamp’s old job – and a director of economic development to replace Tad Diesel. Mayor Harry Rilling said Thursday night the city has interviewed two men and two women for Haselkamp’s old job.
The personnel job is listed at a salary range of $111,953 to $153,199, while the economic development position offers $80,000 to $90,000 a year. The economic development position “preferred” education and/or work experience includes a master’s degree “in urban planning, urban policy, economic development, community development, finance, business or other relevant field,” plus five years experience.
The personnel position requires a bachelor’s degree in “personnel and industrial relations, public administration, business administration or some closely related field and five years of progressively responsible experience in personnel administration or labor relations with two years of experience in public personnel administration. A master’s degree in business or public administration may be substituted for two years of the aforementioned practical work experience; or, any equivalent combination of training and experience.
To see the entire personnel director’s job description, click here.
For the economic development director description, click here: Job Description for economic developer