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September 28
​Wake Invites Public to Participate in Recruitment Process for New County Manager

Wake County Government has started the recruitment process for a new county manager, and would like to include input from the public as part of that process. The county's executive recruiter and staff from Human Resources will hold an informal drop-in session on Tuesday, Oct. 3, from 6-7 p.m. where citizens can share the kinds of traits and skills they would like to see in the next county manager. The session will be held in Room C-170 of the Wake County Public Safety Center, which is located at 330 S. Salisbury St. in downtown Raleigh.

Residents can stop in at any point during the allotted hour. Input will be shared verbally. The recruiter will take the information offered into consideration as she develops a brochure, which will be used to advertise the position nationally.

Current County Manager Jim Hartmann is retiring from his position on Oct. 27 and moving home to Florida with his wife. He announced his resignation in August.


 



 

 

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