Summit County narrows search for new manager |

Summit County narrows search for new manager

Summit County Manager Bob Jasper gave his bosses plenty of time to search for his replacement, announcing in June that he planned to retire in December.

Next week, members of the Summit County Council will talk with eight finalists for the position who were culled from a stack of applicants by an executive recruitment company.

According to Summit County Human Resources Director Brian Bellamy, some of the applicants may interview in person, others will be contacted via the online video conferencing service GoToMeeting. Those interviews are scheduled Oct. 9-10.

Bellamy said the pool includes applicants from in and out of state. None of the finalists are from Summit County.

"They represent a good breadth of experience. Some have quite a bit of experience, some are up and coming," he said.

The goal is to rank the semi-finalists and to invite the top three to come to Summit County Oct. 27-28 for further interviews. There will also be an opportunity for the applicants to meet other members of the community at that time, Bellamy explained.

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