The Templeton Community Services District’s board of directors plans to review applications it has received this month from people seeking to serve as the community's interim general manager.
A new leader is needed after former general manager Jeff Hodge unexpectedly resigned Dec. 18 — the same day the new board was seated.
His resignation was effective Jan. 6.
The interim position is expected to last three to six months until a permanent general manager is hired, according to the district.
The position pays $50 to $60 per hour, depending on qualifications, for 40 hours per week. There will be no benefits paid.
The decision to seek an interim general manager came late last month at a special meeting by the board.
An ad hoc committee is now reviewing the applications and preparing a list of candidates the board can review Wednesday, according to the district. Specifics on the applicants weren’t immediately available.
The board then plans to interview its top applicants on Feb. 2 and select the finalist on Feb. 5.