LAWRENCE - The search is officially underway for a managing director for the Van Buren County Road Commission, according to a press release from the Road Commission.
    The ideal managing director will be someone who wants to make a difference in Van Buren County and be part of the Road Commission’s mission to maintain a safe and efficient road network.  The Board of County Road Commissioners of Van Buren County is requiring the successful candidate to maintain residency within a 20 mile radius of Van Buren County.
    The Van Buren County Road Commission’s road network is comprised of 350 primary miles and 980 local miles with an annual budget of approximately $18 million.  The managing director directly manages four department heads and indirectly manages a staff of 51 members.
    Road Commission facilities are located in Lawrence (administration office and storage-maintenance facility), Bloomingdale, and Bangor (road maintenance facilities).
    The selection process will be conducted over phased-in time periods as follows:
    Resume/application phase through Oct. 24, followed by a candidate selection phase, interviews, final candidate selection, and the transition phase.
    The Board of County Road Commissioners will begin reviewing all received letters of interest, resumes and completed applications at their Oct. 24, regular board meeting.
    Qualified interested candidates are urged to visit the “Employment Opportunities” page of the Van Buren County Road Commission’s website at: to view the job advertisement, job description outlining essential duties and responsibilities of the position, and information on how to apply for the position.

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