Stefen Wynn M.P.A. is the current Town Manager for the Town of Albion. Stefen was hired as the Town Manager for Albion in February 2016. Stefen came to us from Marshal County, IN.
In April of 2009, Stefen successfully completed his degree from Florida Golf Coast University with a Bachelor of Science, in Legal Studies. In May, of 2013, Stefen successfully complete his degree at Indiana University Graduate School with a Master of Public Affairs degree. In April, 2016, Stefen successfully completed CDBG 101 training for the State of Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs. Stefen has also become a Notary Public while at the Town of Albion. We welcome Stefen and his family to the Albion community.
Below are listed some, but not all of the Duties and Characteristics for the Town Manager's position.
- Carries out the policies adopted by the elected body.
- Provides professional administration, management and supervision of town departments.
- Assures compliance with relevant federal laws and regulations, Indiana General Laws and municipal laws, ordnances and regulations.
- Develops long-range plans with guidance from the elected body and assists in the achievement of common goals and objectives.
Functions as the Chief Executive/Administrative Officer of the municipality. Prepares Council or Board meeting agenda materials. Prepares a comprehensive annual operating budget and capital improvement plan. Ensures fiscal responsibility and modern accounting and financial reporting practices. Develops performance measurement systems for municipal services. Plans for short-term and long-term financing for capital projects. Makes recommendations for appointments and removal of relevant positions and membership on committees. Recruits, hires and supervises the municipal workforce, including key department managers. Provides oversight of personnel functions, collective bargaining, classification and compensation plans and benefits. Serves as the Chief Procurement Officer. Oversees and manages property and assets. Applies for and administers federal, state and private grant funds. Acts as the liaison with state and federal government, local civic and business entities, and interested members of the public. Facilitates the flow and understanding of ideas and information between and among elected officials, employees and citizens.