|Continuous||Police Officer (Part-Time)||Law Enforcement|
|08/21/2017||Confidential Assistant||Clerical/Administrative Support|
|08/25/2017||Administrative Assistant||Clerical/Administrative Support|
|08/25/2017||Data and Technology Services Supervisor||Information Technology|
|Until Filled||Executive Director||Executive|
|Until Filled||Director of Financial and Administrative Services||District Administration|
|Until Filled||Associate/ Senior Transportation Planner||Planning|
|Until Filled||Associate Transportation Planner||Planning|
|Until Filled||Associate/ Senior Planner, Transit||Planning|
Regional Government Services Authority (RGS) was formed in 2001, by a city and a regional planning and services agency to help local governments meet three challenges: decreasing revenues, increasing demands (and costs) for services, and loss of experienced staff. Local government leaders knew that these challenges were likely to continue, so agencies would have to work together – uniting not only their voices but their resources to advocate and become more efficient. The idea behind the creation of RGS was to form an agency which would help local governments share expertise and improve efficiencies. A need was emerging for some way to help agencies get the expertise and experience needed, without each agency having to hire full-time staff when the need might be less than full-time. Agencies could, in effect, share expertise through a third-party.
Today, RGS is governed by several member agencies, all with the common goal expressed in the JPA’s mission statement: To provide quality, innovative, cost-effective services exclusively to public agencies.
RGS developed a highly flexible platform of administrative support, benefit plans and programs that could serve the diverse needs of cities, special districts, counties and other joint powers authorities. Flexibility was vital because the needs of partner agencies varied and because RGS services were 100 percent fee-based. Thus, RGS costs needed to be able to ramp up or down quickly, as demand changed.