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Village of Belleville Employment Opportunity

Village Administrator/Treasurer- Belleville, WI (Population 2,659)

The Village of Belleville is located in south central Wisconsin just 20 miles south of the Capital City of Madison. Belleville is a highly desirable and growing community that has a range of housing options for people wanting to live in a safe and sustainable setting yet close to many urban amenities. The Village is very proud of its outstanding schools, quaint downtown, growing businesses, waterfront recreational opportunities and biking/walking trails. Belleville is a full-service community that distinguishes itself on being a great place to live, work, play, learn and visit as well as providing high quality municipal services. Starting salary range $85K-$100K DOQ plus excellent benefits. Village President and Six Village Trustees are elected for two-year terms on a non-partisan basis. $9.25M total annual budget including CIP, TID’s, Utilities. 17 FT and 12+PT/ seasonal employees. Also serves as statutory Treasurer. Future emphasis on continued downtown redevelopment; continued development of the Bell West Business Park; implementation of a robust Village CIP including remodeling the Village Hall, renovation of the historic Belleville Train Depot and redevelopment of the former library building; project coordination of Lake Belle View and Sugar River waterway improvements; completion of Employee Handbook and municipal fiscal procedures and policies; completion of new Employee Classification/Comp Plan update and evaluation of cost effectiveness/efficiency of municipal services.   

Require Bachelor’s Degree in public or business administration or related field; prefer Master’s Degree with at least three years of progressively responsible administrative and leadership experience in a municipal organization(s).  Consideration of candidates with private sector or military experience will be made if they can demonstrate accomplishments that directly relate to skills required.  Desire a strong background in capital improvement planning and execution; budget development and debt financing (including TID experience); human resources administration and downtown/commercial redevelopment/development. The successful candidate should have a collaborative style in carrying out governing body policies; demonstrate a high level of personal and professional integrity; a strong work ethic and commitment to public service; open and positive communication skills, and a team building approach in addressing community issues and problems. Visit the community website at 

Send cover letter, resume, salary history and references in a single PDF to Public Administration Associates, LLC, Attn: Sue McDade, Associate; e-mail; phone 608-516-9012 by November 30, 2022.

Confidentiality must be requested by applicant and cannot be guaranteed for finalists.
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