OC Board of Supervisors accepting Applications to fill vacant elected positions

The Orange County Board of Supervisors is now accepting applications from qualified candidates as they seek to fill three elected offices that are currently vacant.

The Board is seeking candidates for possible appointment to the offices of Auditor-Controller, Clerk-Recorder and Public Administrator. Since these are all elected offices, any individual appointed must be a registered voter within the County of Orange and be qualified to vote for that office at the time of appointment. The Board appointment will be effective until January 2015, when individuals selected by the voters through the 2014 primary and general elections would take office.

Information about the positions, including job descriptions and a link to the on-line application, can be found on the County’s website at www.ocgov.com/jobs. Qualified individuals are encouraged to review the job descriptions to determine if they meet the qualifications and are interested in being considered by the Board of Supervisors. Applications are due before 12 Midnight on January 15, 2013. Candidates will be reviewed through a process to be established by the Board of Supervisors, who will interview selected individuals during February and March 2013.

  1 comment for “OC Board of Supervisors accepting Applications to fill vacant elected positions

  1. dempatriot
    December 10, 2012 at 11:58 am

    So does John Moorlach have to apply or do they just crown him as Auditor Controller?

    Fellow board members really need to look into Moorlach’s time as the Tax Collector/Treasurer as former employees at that office will describe how he’d come into the office for a short time each and every morning for a short ego meeting with managers then disappear all day every day only to show up later to check email and speak with managers before going home. If anyone dared to question where he went all day he would angrily tell them to page him (they carried pagers then) or call his cell phone if they need him but it’s really none of their business. Was he running a side business, leading a secret life or who knows? He was definitely an absentee department head collecting his $180K for not much work.

    They also need to look into why many female staff members cycle through his office and refuse to work for him anymore and don’t come back to attend his office events when they move on to other departments. The word amongst the County female managers is he’s an “agressive hugger” and “creepy.” Maybe he learned that trick from Carlos.

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