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Bob Murray & Associates | November 01, 2016
Topeka’s governing body took a step Tuesday evening toward hiring a search firm to help find the next permanent city manager. Though no vote was taken, Mayor Larry Wolgast concluded a consensus existed among governing members that they want city staff to craft a proposal for them to consider to formally seek bids from search firms. Wolgast said he personally leaned toward hiring a search firm.“I think this is one of the most important decisions the body makes, and we want to be as pr...
Bob Murray & Associates | July 13, 2016
The process of finding a recruitment firm for the job initially began in May when council made a request for proposals for eight firms under contract with the City of Tucson and the City of Peoria with a proposal submission deadline of June 1. Of the eight, six firms responded with proposals: Mercer Group, Slavin Management Consultants, Ralph Andersen & Associates, Bob Murray & Associates, CPS Human Resources Consulting and the Novak Consulting Group....
Bob Murray & Associates | May 20, 2016
Pasadena will have plenty of applicants to choose from as the Crown City selects it’s next city manager after 50 people applied for the job. Bob Murray and Associates, the executive search firm hired by Pasadena, will sort through the applicants before presenting the top picks to an ad hoc city council committee convened by the mayor, according to Jennifer Curtis, Pasadena’s director of Human Resources...
Bob Murray & Associates | November 02, 2016
After making their selection, council members launched a nationwide search for a new city manager, hiring the recruitment firm Bob Murray and Associates. The search could cost up to $35,000.
Bob Murray and Associates brought Beck, Police Chief Phillip Sanchez and former Pasadena Unified School District Superintendent Jon Gundry to Pasadena. Pasadena’s city manager oversees 11 departments and makes a yearly salary of $292,000, with perks that include a vehicle and a housing allowance...
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