Duties of the Supervisor

The Township Supervisor's duties are to manage and supervise public improvements, works and undertakings; to manage and to be responsible to the Board of Trustees for the efficient administration of the township government. The Supervisor also assumes the duties as personnel director of all township employees. The Supervisor is the Chief Assessing Officer of the township and serves as the Secretary of the Board of Review.  The Supervisor is the township's legal agent, develops the township's budget, and appoints several commission members with concurrence from the Board of Trustees. 

Statutory Duties of a Township Supervisor
Duties of a Township Supervisor per the Charter Township Act
Core Competencies of a Township Supervisor