The Town of Randolph, a Council-Manager form of government with a population of 32,330, seeks an innovative leader with a passion for public service and ability to provide inspired leadership. The salary is anticipated to be $180,000 +/-. To learn more about the position and application procedures, please visit the Collins Center for Public Management webpage at: www.umb.edu/cpm to review the Profile.
About Town of Randolph, MA
Randolph is a town proud of its especially diverse suburban middle-class community. It offers residents a great quality of life with abundant recreational opportunities, close proximity to major employment centers, and numerous avenues of transit connecting the town to the larger region. Located fifteen miles south of Boston with approximately 6,665 acres of land, at the intersection of Routes 128 and 24, Randolph's location has been an important factor in its economic and social history. The town's proximity to major transportation networks has resulted in an influx of families from Boston and other localities who live in Randolph but work throughout the metropolitan area. Today, Randolph
is one of the most culturally diverse municipalities on the South Shore representing more diversity in its population than Norfolk County or the state. The town is nearly half Black/African-American (West Indian is the largest ancestry group), 33% Caucasian and 14% Asian. Working together to meet the challenges of a changing society and economy, town residents celebrate their unique heritage and strive to build for a future in which all can take pride.