Derry councilors set to begin town administrator search
Town councilors are placing an ad seeking “a creative, proactive leader” for the vacant post on the New Hampshire Municipal Association site, with postings on other sites coming soon, said acting Town Administrator Larry Budreau. Candidates will have until June 1 to apply for the job.
The councilors then discussed how much they wanted to spend on advertising and agreed to set aside $2,000.
After agreeing on the language of the ad, councilors began examining how to execute the search. Bourdon suggested they use several sites, including Monster, Simply Hired and Indeed.
“We accomplished a lot of goals, and I’m just thrilled with this council,” Osborne said.
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