Township Administrator – Harrison Township, Montgomery County, OH

Jan 4, 2024Jobs

Harrison Township, Montgomery County, Ohio is seeking a highly competent, well qualified local government leader with the energy, passion, and experience to serve as Township Administrator. Harrison Township, situated in Montgomery County, and boasting a population of 21,814, is currently actively searching for an exceptionally skilled and qualified local government leader. The Township is seeking a leader with the vitality, enthusiasm, and proven experience to effectively serve as Township Administrator.

Founded in 1841, the Township operates as a statutory local government under the Ohio Revised Code. Harrison Township is a service oriented community and first ring suburb of Dayton with a proud heritage within its neighborhoods of Northridge, Shiloh and Ft. McKinley. The previous Administrator served for nine years in the position after serving 14 years in planning, development and administration in the Township. The next Administrator will embrace community engagement, be a highly visible leader, an active mentor to staff, and will facilitate the advancement of the Township’s economic health and vibrancy for the foreseeable future.


Harrison Township is centrally located within the Dayton-Montgomery County metro area immediately north of the City of Dayton. Situated along the I-75 corridor immediately south of the I-70/75 interchange, Harrison Township is home to numerous small to medium size businesses. The Township offers easy access to downtown Dayton and the Riverscape along State Route 48 (Main Street) and is within an hour’s drive to Cincinnati. It’s strategic location is just minutes away from Dayton International Airport and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio’s largest single site employer with over 30,000 military, civilian, and contract personnel, including a myriad of defense and aerospace research programs.


The Township’s total annual budget for all funds is approximately $19 million, spread across a variety of operating funds. As a township, services are primarily funded from property taxes levied by the Township to include several voter approved levies for streets, waste disposal, police and fire, augmented by General Fund property tax revenue.

The Township Administrator supervises all operations of the Township except Finance and reports directly to the Board of Trustees, the elected officials who set the overall direction and policy for the Township. The elected Fiscal Officer of the Township is responsible for managing all financial operations of the Township and collaborates with the Administrator for the effective and efficient management of fiscal resources.


Interested candidates for this outstanding career opportunity should submit a cover letter and detailed resume to:

Gregory B. Horn
Management Advisory Group, LLC
P.O. Box 1915
Westerville, OH 43086

Mr. Horn’s direct line: 937-478-6385

Electronic submittal/correspondence is preferred. Cover letters and resumes are encouraged to be received by February 9th, 2024, to be given utmost consideration. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Confidentiality of applicants under Ohio law cannot be guaranteed.


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