OCCMA provides active members who have resigned or been removed from a position in local government with an array of personal and financial support. Along with the benefits below, OCCMA Senior Advisors also act as first responders when OCCMA finds out a member has been forced to resign. The Senior Advisors will contact the member and inform them about OCCMA's in-transition services. The following services are available to active members in-transition.
It is important that manager-in-transitions let the OCCMA staff liaison know when a transition occurs and provide the liaison or your Senior Advisor with a personal email address and/or cell phone number.
The League of Oregon Cities (LOC) hosts an interim page on their website that allows candidates interested in interim city positions to post their bios and contact information to a private, password-protected list. When a city is needing to fill a high-level position this is often the first place they will go to.
ICMA provides personal and financial support for their members who have been fired, forced to resign or otherwise involuntarily separated.
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SGR's Career Transition Support Services help managers navigate their local government career transition with confidence. SGR offers the following services to all managers who find themselves in transition.