- Retirement: 2% @ 62 benefit formula and 3% @ 60 benefit formula. The City participates in Social Security and Medicare.
- Health Benefits: The City currently provides a Cafeteria Benefit Plan with an allotment for Executive employees of $2,070 per month that can be used to help cover the cost of medical, dental, vision, supplemental life insurance, and ancillary benefits.
- Leave Benefits: Employees may accrue up to 244 hours of annual leave per year.
- Administrative Leave: The City provides Executive employees with 80 hours of administrative leave per fiscal year.
- Life Insurance: The City provides one times salary Term Life plus $25,000 Term Life and $25,000 Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D).
- Short- and Long-Term Disability: The City provides short- and long-term disability insurance equal to 66 2/3% of income.
- Tuition Reimbursement: The City provides up to $2,000 per fiscal year for reimbursement of directly related degree and non-degree classes or short-term seminars as well as student loan payments.
- Vehicle Allowance: Up to $350 per month.
Internal Number: 23-00015
The City of Coronado is seeking qualified applicants to serve as City Clerk for this beautiful and historic beachside community in San Diego County.
The City Clerk is an at-will position appointed by and working under the general direction of the City Manager. As a key member of Coronado’s Executive Team, the City Clerk is responsible for executive leadership, direction, and management of the City Clerk’s Office.
The City Clerk is responsible for preparing and distributing City Council meeting agendas, maintaining custody of all official City documents, records, and archives, updating the City’s Municipal Code, serving as the Election Officer for the City including administration of elections, and recording legislative actions, ordinances, resolutions, and minutes. Additionally, the City Clerk acts as the compliance officer for federal, state, and local statutes including the Political Reform Act and the Brown Act and managing all requests for public records to ensure compliance with the Public Records Act, and provides highly responsible and complex support to the City Manager.
The next City Clerk should be prepared to take on strategic initiatives to continue process improvements within the department and the City. Specifically, updating the City’s Records Retention Schedule, streamlining board and commission administration, and centralizing contract procedures within the department.
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Experience: Six years of increasingly responsible administrative experience in municipal government including three years of management responsibility.
Education/Training: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in public administration, business administration, or a related field. A Master's degree in one of these fields is desirable. Certified Municipal Clerk (CMC) or Master Municipal Clerk (MMC) designations are preferred.
Coronado, incorporated on December 11, 1890, as a general law city, has a Council-Manager form of government. The City is governed by a Mayor and four council members who serve staggered four-year terms. The City employs 250 full-time employees and a seasonal/temporary workforce that ranges between 100 and 200 throughout the year.
The City has a General Fund revenue of $60 million, a total operating budget of approximately $93 million, and an underlying AAA rating from Moody’s. It is a full-service City organized into 10 departments: City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk, Administrative Services (Finance, Human Resources, and Information Technology), Community Development, Police Services, Fire Services and Beach Lifeguards, Public Services and Engineering, Library Services, and Golf and Recreation Services.